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ANNUAL REPORT | DONOR RECOGNITION | FY 2014 (JULY 1, 2013– JUNE 30, 2014)


At United Way of North Central Florida, our theme this year is to imagine, inspire and invest. We imagine what our community will be when everyone is inspired, like yourselves, to invest their time and resources to create a better opportunity for all. We are grateful to ALL of you who have chosen to support your community through United Way of North Central Florida! Throughout our annual report, you will read about our initiatives, programs and services that support our focus areas of education, income and health. In addition, a few years ago, our board voted to add immediate needs to this list as a result of feedback from our investors and community partners. Currently, 30 percent of every dollar invested into the Community Investment Fund is allocated to support immediate needs programs. In 2013, United Way of North Central Florida implemented a new community investment model. This model uses a three-year funding cycle for agency programs to reach longer-term goals, and changes to a one-year funding cycle for immediate needs. We are currently in year 2 of this process. The 3-year cycle gives agencies more time to successfully implement programs and demonstrate progress in reaching long-term indicators. The shorter timeline for immediate needs allows United Way of North Central Florida more flexibility in responding to immediate community needs, including food and shelter. When we began the new funding cycle, we also implemented results-based accountability. This allows us to track the results of the programs we fund and hold our partners accountable for the money the community has entrusted to us. Although this process can be quite lengthy and involved, our partners and funders have welcomed the ability this gives them to better understand the impact of their programs!

When your United Way moved to an impact model versus a funding model, it was not a popular decision. We are grateful that the leaders who came before us were forward-thinking and determined to see results. Because of this major change, your United Way continues to rank in the top 9 percent of United Ways throughout the nation for business performance. We encourage you to read your report cover to cover as we have so much good news to share. Thank you for your continued support of United Way of North Central Florida. Thank you for having the vision to imagine, inspire and invest with us! We welcome your feedback! Sincerely,

Kay Ayers Chair, Board of Directors

Dana Clayton Interim President & CEO


WHY UNITED WAY?

United Way of North Central Florida finds solutions and makes community connections that change lives—for the better. We are a local charity with a national brand.  e are the single largest private funder of W education initiatives in our community We convene experts who bring skills and resources needed to create lasting impact  e invest 70 percent of the money in the Community W Investment Fund on education, income and health

Our work is accomplished in one of four ways: »» Investing in results-driven programs »» Providing broad-reaching services »» Developing grant-funded initiatives »» Leveraging local funds

 e invest 30 percent of the money in the Community W Investment Fund to supply food, emergency shelter, rent, utility payment assistance and other interventions in times of crisis We serve Alachua, Bradford, Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy and Union Counties

United Way of North Central Florida

is a natural leader and convener of community building. As part of the community visioning and strategic planning process, we bring hundreds of organizations and experts together to envision, plan and engage in the work we do to build a stronger community.

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imagine AREAS OF FOCUS

EDUCATION » INCOME » HEALTH » IMMEDIATE NEEDS Education goal: Increase high school graduation rate to 90 percent by 2018  uccess By 6: By focusing on programs to strengthen S families and prepare children to learn, Success By 6 creates a new generation of students who can thrive in school and life — our primary education strategy Income goal: Reduce domestic impediments to education created by poverty (such as hunger, homelessness) Health goal: Children and adults are healthy and safe in their home, community and schools, and have increased access to dental and medical care Immediate needs goal: Respond to the community’s needs, including food, shelter, utility payment assistance and other immediate needs »» 70 percent of funding goes to education, income and health »» 30 percent of funding goes to immediate needs

$2,245,468 VITA/EITC RETURNED TO COMMUNITY

$347,596

FOOD, BOOKS & VOLUNTEER HOURS

$342,547 FAMILYWIZE SERVICES

$174,749 2-1-1 SERVICES

$3,110,360

UNITED WAY’S 2013–2014 COMMUNITY IMPACT

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SERVICES AND PROGRAMS

EFFECT CHANGE United Way of North Central Florida leverages local funds invested with federal and state dollars into our community in order to provide free programs to benefit residents. When you donate to United Way, your dollars go farther. For every $1 donated, we are able to get $3 worth of impact. That’s a real return on investment!

2-1-1 2-1-1 is a free 24-hour information resource line that connects the community to critical resources, such as health services, social services and childcare services. 14,535 calls were received »» Alachua: 12,184

» Levy: 800

»» Bradford: 267

» Union: 168

»» Dixie: 179

» Other: 771

»» Gilchrist: 166 Top five reasons local residents called 2-1-1: »» 22% Housing Assistance »» 19% Tax-Prep Assistance »» 18% Utility Assistance Trained 2-1-1 responders answer calls 24 hours a day.

»» 10% Holiday Assistance »» 7% Medical Services »» 24% Other

FAMILYWIZE®  he FamilyWize® Prescription Drug Program is offered T free of charge to everyone, regardless of income level or insurance coverage, and provides affordable access to prescription drugs to help keep families healthy. »» The goal of FamilyWize® is to reduce the cost of medicine for children, families and individuals living without prescription drug coverage by $1 billion nationally »» The prescription drug discount card was used locally 19,599 times »» Total local savings on prescription drugs of $342,547

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VITA PROGRAM Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, or VITA, is an IRS-funded program that provides free tax preparation in the community for low- to moderate-income households, putting money back in the pockets of local residents. More than 200 volunteers helped low- to moderateincome households file their taxes in Alachua County.

Our impact in Alachua County »» More than 200 volunteers participated »» Refunded $2,245,468 to the community and saved taxpayers $362,105 in paid fees, for a total impact of $2,609,483 »» Refunded an average Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) of $1,631 »» 2,020 people filed their taxes through the 2014 VITA program

Why do EITCs matter? Receipt of larger EITCs is linked to: »» Higher test scores, particularly in math. Larger EITCs are linked to improved test scores in the year of receipt for both elementary and middle school students. Buchholz High School Academy of Finance F or the 2014 VITA Tax Season, United Way of North Central Florida partnered with the Buchholz High School Academy of Finance to provide a high school student-run community tax site. »» 87 personal income tax students participated, ranging from 9th to 12th grade. »» United Way kicked off this partnership by celebrating Earned Income Tax Credit Awareness Day at Buchholz High School where special guest U.S. Rep. Ted Yoho, spoke with students and community members about the importance of tax filing. »» $90,643 in tax returns were prepared by the students, generating an estimated $11,880 in free tax services and creating a total community impact of $102,523.

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»» Higher high school graduation rates. Receiving a larger EITC in childhood increases the likelihood that a student will graduate high school or complete his or her general equivalency diploma (GED). »» Higher college attendance rates. The larger the EITC a child’s family receives, the more likely he or she will enter college by age 19 or 20.


SEAL & SMILE DENTAL PROGRAM This school-based initiative provides preventative oral health services to second- and sixth-grade students in Alachua County. University of Florida dental students and Santa Fe College dental hygiene students complete an education learning component through volunteering their time and services to provide these oral health services. Our impact in Alachua County »» 628 children received dental services, including sealants, fluoride varnish treatment, an oral health exam and oral hygiene instruction »» Offered in 14 Alachua County schools

Who did we treat?

45% MEDICAID-ELIGIBLE 34% UNINSURED 21% PRIVATELY INSURED

“The amount of care that was needed within a few miles of the University of Florida College of Dentistry made me question why students and faculty spend so much time and money going overseas for mission trips when we have such a great need for care in our own backyard. If we were able to apply that same amount of time and money used on overseas mission trips to the Alachua area the benefits would be immense.” ­ –Second-year UF Dental Student and Seal & Smile volunteer

Adopt-A-School program New to United Way of North Central Florida in 2014, the Adopt-A-School program invites local dentists to provide free dental services to a high-need school in the community. »» Dr. Richard Parent of Parent Dental Group and Drs. Janet Pappas and Patricia Tapley of Pappas & Tapley Orthodontics adopted Archer Elementary and Newberry Elementary, respectively »» 103 of 628 total children were treated by three private dental volunteers through Adopt-A-School

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READINGPALS

University of Florida student and ReadingPals volunteer Maria Caraballo reads with her student.

“We volunteer to give to children, but they give back so much when given the opportunity to have a relationship with a volunteer.”

An early literacy initiative, ReadingPals matches volunteers to second- and thirdgrade children for a weekly one-hour reading session to improve reading scores and success in school. ReadingPals is made possible through the support of Carol and Barney Barnett, United Way of North Central Florida and the Children’s Movement of Florida. »» 170 children served »» 3,000+ volunteer hours given »» 91% of all ReadingPals students achieved a passing grade in Reading

–Carol Shoup, ReadingPals volunteer

Family Literacy Nights  ngaging ReadingPals students E and families in literacy featuring celebrations like Happy Birthday, MLK!, If You Give A Mouse A Cookie and Happy Birthday, Dr. Suess!  Florida Museum of Natural History Field Trip  eadingPals students and their R volunteers enjoyed the “Wolf to Woof: The Story of Dogs” exhibit with docent guides and hands-on learning.

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“It is very rewarding to develop a relationship with a student and see their reading skills improve. The students really bond with their volunteer and are truly excited to spend time with them. The smile that Kenya greeted me with at each session was worth more than the time I volunteered, making every moment worthwhile.” –Nori Conner, ReadingPals volunteer


CHECK & CONNECT Aimed at reducing high school drop-out rates and making progress toward graduation, Check & Connect builds relationships with eligible students and their families to improve attendance, engage with learning and invest in their future. »» 72 students participated »» 97% of students promoted on time »» 82% of students completed their core course »» 76% of students had improved attendance »» 75% of students improved their behavior With the Check & Connect program, 47 Alachua county high school students received laptops. The Check & Connect Technology Program »» Through the generous $20,000 donation from a private local donor, 47 selected Check & Connect students received laptops »» The laptops helped the students to gain skills and knowledge related to goal setting, Microsoft software, career exploration and online job applications

Terrell's Story: Shoot for the Moon Eastside High School junior and Check & Connect student Terrell Q., has always had an interest in putting things together and taking them apart. As a youth, Terrell wanted to be an astronaut and was more interested in understanding how things worked than he was interested in playing video games. Although he is incredibly bright, he has had some troubles in the past when it came to school. That has all changed since being enrolled in the Check & Connect program. Terrell recently earned a spot in NASA’s “Build It, and It Will Fly!” program, a collaboration with Santa Fe College Community Outreach, the University of Florida and Kennedy Space Center that resulted in Terrell’s team winning the competition. Participation in this NASA initiative was a life-changing opportunity for Terrell, who has since been invited to work at NASA next summer.

Terrell (left) being presented with an award for his team’s win at NASA's “Build it, and It Will Fly!” competition.

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VOLUNTEER SELECT

AMERICORPS VISTA

Volunteer Select is a new way to form connections between individuals and nonprofits in an effort to enhance community involvement and eradicate poverty. The website matches volunteers to agencies with available opportunities, tracks volunteer hours and allows agencies to post events and open board member positions.

AmeriCorps VISTA and United Way formed a partnership to help make the community a better place. AmeriCorps VISTA members help the United Way staff with various projects such as Book Nooks, ReadingPals and Volunteer Select. These VISTAs work fulltime at the United Way office for an entire year and become fully entrenched with the community and its needs.

In its first year, it featured: »» More than 70 agencies registered »» 105 active volunteering opportunities »» 379 active users

BOOK NOOK PROJECT The Book Nook Project is aimed at increasing reading proficiency in the community through placement of bookshelves in 50 locations in Alachua County accessible to children and families.

TOYS FOR TOTS Toys for Tots in Alachua County is a local initiative in partnership with United Way of North Central Florida, SWAG Resource Center and the U.S. Marine Corps. This year, United Way provided more than 3,000 new toys to 437 needy children.

“Life is much bigger than what we do every day. I feel that each of us are charged with using our gifts to make the world a better place. By working together we can accomplish so much more than what we can do individually. Being a leadership donor to United Way gives me the opportunity to share the gifts I have been blessed with and helps me to be a part of strengthening our community in a very real way.” –Coleen DeGroff, United Way Leadership Donor and Small Business Partner

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ONE MISSION, MANY OPPORTUNITIES

GET INVOLVED. VOLUNTEER. Thank you VOLUNTEERS! United Way of North Central Florida cannot do our work without YOU! Throughout the year, United Way has volunteer opportunities that give individuals, groups and organizations an opportunity to give back, engage and have fun. Visit www.volunteerselect.org or call 352-331-2800 for volunteer opportunities.

UF Health employee Carole Herndon dropping off items collected for the June Day of Action Toiletry and Diaper Drive.

(above and below) Volunteers from various workplace campaigns helping to weatherize and beautify Alachua County Public Schools at our October Day of Action.

Volunteer hours add up!

VITA READINGPALS OCTOBER DAY OF ACTION AFFINITY GROUPS (WLC, YLS, STUDENT UNITED WAY) OTHER ACTIVITIES TOTAL VOLUNTEER HOURS

4,623 3,034 552 514 6,680 15,403

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ONE COMMUNITY, COUNTLESS PARTNERS

MAKE AN IMPACT. LIVE UNITED. Community Impact Partner Agencies are invited to apply for United Way funding through the Community Investment Process. The Community Investment Process is led by a team of community volunteers who use results-driven data to determine how the funds will be invested. The community volunteer team bases its funding decisions on the agencies’ ability to improve on the indicators of at least one strategy under a particular goal. The United Way of North Central Florida Community Investment Fund is made up of the donations that are NOT designated to individual 501(c)(3) agencies. Thank you for donating to the Community Investment Fund. You are helping to make North Central Florida a

stronger and safer place to live. You are investing in programs that help your colleagues, friends and neighbors when times get rough. And you’re investing in a trusted organization that provides leadership and vision to address critical long-term issues.

COMMUNITY INVESTMENT FUNDED PROGRAMS

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PROGRAM

AGENCY

Early Learning Coalition - (Success by 6) Gilchrist Pre K - (Success by 6) Child Abuse Prevention - (Success by 6) HIPPY - (Success by 6) Comprehensive Youth Development Family Partners Micanopy Tutoring ACHIEVE Kids Count After School Dental Home for Low Income HEALTH Positive Behavior Weekend Hunger Backpack Program Reducing Trauma to Abused Children-Forensic MSCC Lunch Bunch Bridges to Prosperity Food Program Transitional Housing Emergency Assistance FAITHH Interface Al’z Place Community Care OAA - Meals on Wheels Emergency Shelter Emergency Food and Shelter

Early Learning Coalition Gilchrist County School Board Healthy Families Gainesville HIPPY, Inc. Boys & Girls Club of Alachua County, Inc. Children’s Home Society Friends of the Micanopy Library Girls Place, Inc. Kids Count Alachua County, Inc. ACORN Clinic ACORN Clinic The ARC of Alachua County Catholic Charities Bureau, Inc. Child Advocacy Center, Inc. IWI Catholic Charities Bureau, Inc. The Salvation Army St. Francis House, Inc. Catholic Charities Bureau, Inc. Catholic Charities Bureau, Inc. CDS Family & Behavioral Health Services, Inc. Eldercare of Alachua County, Inc. Eldercare of Alachua County, Inc. Eldercare of Alachua County, Inc. Peaceful Paths St. Francis House, Inc.

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Alachua Bradford

Dixie

Gilchrist

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PARTNERS

Friends of the Micanopy Library

Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters

INSTITUTE FOR WORKFORCE INNOVATION

SUWANNEE

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A rea H eal th Edu cat ion C ent er Veterans Providing A Caring Environment

Our Community Impact Partners meet high standards of effectiveness and efficiency while delivering lasting change and quantifiable services. ACORN Clinic Healthy Families Alachua Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mid-Florida Institute for Workforce Innovation Boys & Girls Club of Alachua County, Inc. Kids Count in Alachua County, Inc. Catholic Charities Bureau, Inc. North Florida YMCA, Inc. CDS Family & Behavioral Health Services, Inc. Partnership for Strong Families Child Advocacy Center, Inc. Peaceful Paths Domestic Abuse Network, Inc. P. 0. Box 357177, Gainesville, FL 32635 • Phone: (352) 225-3995• Fax: (352) 225-3995 Childhood Development Services of Ocala Reichert House Children’s Home Society St. Francis House, Inc. Early Learning Coalition of Alachua County Suwannee River AHEC ElderCare of Alachua County, Inc. The ARC of Alachua County, Inc. Friends of the Micanopy Library The Salvation Army Gainesville HIPPY, Inc. Three Rivers Legal Services, Inc. Gilchrist County School Board VETSPACE, Inc. Girls Place, Inc.

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INVEST AFFINITY GROUPS

NETWORKING TO GIVE BACK

United Way of North Central Florida provides leadership donors with value-added ways to engage in community and network with others who Live United to advocate for the common good.

UNITED WAY OF NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA’S WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP COUNCIL The mission of the Women's Leadership Council is to increase philanthropy among women in support of United Way and their objectives in service to the community. The money they raise helps to support Elementary Essentials, which ensures children are equipped with the most basic items to prepare them for school and life. Additionally, they work closely with the ReadingPals initiative to create

UNITED WAY OF NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA’S YOUNG LEADERS SOCIETY

This group of Leadership Donors ages 45 and younger, actively give, volunteer and advocate every day in our community. The group discusses philanthropy and ways to use their leadership skills for the common good in our community. Young Leaders Society plans socials, trainings and opportunities to volunteer.

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positive relationships for children centered around reading. 2013–2014 Women’s Leadership Council Steering Committee WLC Council Chair Jennifer Blades, AvMed WLC Council Co-Chair Nicole Wheeldon, Nationwide WLC Steering Committee Jane Adams, University of Florida Kay Ayers, AvMed Ivy Bell, Alachua County Rebecca Catalanotto, North Florida Retirement Village Coleen DeGroff, RE/MAX

2013–2014 Young Leaders Society Steering Committee YLS Co-Chairs Cat Ferris, Nationwide Kat Kitching, Enterprise Holdings YLS Steering Committee Carvone Allen, Enterprise Holdings Kim Jamerson, SumTotal Freedlengton Joseph, Affiliated Engineers Christian Long, Evolent Health Ivelisse Munoz, RTI Surgical Jeanette Porro-Gough, AvMed Daira Vargas, InfoTech

Laurie Denny, O2BKids! Paula Fussell, University of Florida Jaye Hamblet, Nationwide Susan Hahn, UF Health Randy Harmatz, UF Health Carol Hinton, University of Florida Kathryn Lancaster, Edward Jones Barbara Pavai, Modern Woodmen of America Laura Robertson, University of Florida Debbie Sorgi, Haile Plantation Golf and Country Club To get involved in Women’s Leadership Council, please visit www.unitedwayncfl.org/about-wlc.

To get involved in Young Leaders Society, please visit www.unitedwayncfl.org/young-leaders-society.


WORKPLACE CAMPAIGNS

GENEROSITY AT WORK Workplace Campaigns currently generate most of United Way of North Central Florida’s revenue.

JULY 1, 2013 – JUNE 30, 2014 (2013 CAMPAIGN YEAR) $100,000 and More

$3,500–$9,999

Publix Super Markets, Inc.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $579,156 UF Health Shands. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $307,630 Nationwide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $245,549

SunTrust Bank, North Central Florida. . . . . . . . . . . $9,972 Saliwanchik, Lloyd & Eisenschenk . . . . . . . . . . . . $9,472 Enterprise Rent-A-Car . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $9,346 Alachua County Library District. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $8,430 North Florida Retirement Village. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $8,202 WCJB-TV20. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7,560 Alachua County Tax Collector. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7,539 BBVA Compass. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7,000 Duke Energy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,935 SiVance, LLC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,861 Target Stores, #0687. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,336 IBM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,068 TD Bank. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,982 Bear Archery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,754 Koss-Olinger Financial Group. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,496 Dillard's. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,359 Early Learning Coalition of Alachua County . . . . . . $5,288 James Moore & Co., P.L.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,009 Belk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,925 The Crom Corporation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,915 VyStar Credit Union. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,579 JCPenney. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,541 Institute for Workforce Innovation. . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,171 The Gainesville Sun. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,121 Environmental Consulting and Technology. . . . . . . $3,620

$50,000–$99,999 RTI Surgical. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $78,116 AvMed Health Plans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $69,837 GRU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $61,153 Wells Fargo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $60,725 Enterprise Holdings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $53,725

$25,000–$49,999 City of Gainesville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $40,794 Alachua County Public Schools. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $39,376 UPS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $28,794 Santa Fe College. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $25,575

$10,000–$24,999 North Florida Regional Medical Center. . . . . . . . . $20,614 WalMart. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $20,188 CPPI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $14,780 Florida Food Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $14,326 Bank of America. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $14,215 M&S Bank. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $13,588 Alachua County Administration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $12,545 Campus USA Credit Union . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $12,185 NORDSTROM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $12,017 O2B Kids! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $11,640 United Way of North Central Florida . . . . . . . . . . $11,623 Macy’s. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $11,579 Dollar General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10,101

WE SALUTE OUR

TOP 50 WORKPLACE CAMPAIGNS!

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UNITED WAY EVENTS

CELEBRATE UNITED Throughout the year, United Way holds many different events. Some of the events are focused on our workplace campaigns, while others are focused on fundraising. Thank you so much to everyone who has attended our events! These photos show some event highlights.

Team members from Publix accepting their award at the Campaign Finale.

Employee Campaign Coordinators enjoying the ECC Appreciation Breakfast, hosted by Nationwide.

The generous Leadership Reception hostess Heather Doughton, with David Guzick, former Board Chair Matt Fajack, Debra Staats and Brad Staats.

CEO Breakfast speakers (from left to right), Board Chair Kay Ayers, Hershel Lyons, Brad Pollitt, Jay Larsen and former President & CEO Debbie Mason.

Nick Banks, Tim Giuliani and Sheila Spence at the Hearts Unite fundraising luncheon. 14

Albert and Alberta were a staple at all 2013 United Downtown events.

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John Spence and United Way staff members at the annual fundraiser, Spend the Day with John Spence.


WE SALUTE

OUR GENEROUS DONORS TOCQUEVILLE SOCIETY MEMBERS GIFTS OF $10,000 AND ABOVE French aristocrat Alexis Charles-Henri Clerel De Tocqueville was 26 years old when he came to America in 1831. As a keen observer of American society, he recognized, applauded and immortalized the voluntary spirit that lives in America’s heart. His observations formed the basis for “Democracy in America,” a book describing this new country and its people. United Way’s Tocqueville Society was created to honor the goodwill and community leadership that inspired De Tocqueville’s writings more than 175 years ago. The Tocqueville Society honors leaders locally and nationally who exemplify that spirit through their high level of personal giving to United Way. Our local society is a growing community of individuals and families who make an outstanding difference through influential leadership, outstanding volunteerism and selfless giving. Today, the Tocqueville Society is one of the world’s most prestigious institutions for individuals who are passionate about improving people’s lives and strengthening communities. United Way donors who give $10,000 or more annually are members of the Tocqueville Society and are recognized both locally and nationally. United Way of North Central Florida is pleased to present our local Tocqueville Donors and recognize this exemplary level of commitment with deep gratitude and sincere appreciation: Kay and David Ayers Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Gallagher Sam & Deborah Goforth Tim and Laura Goldfarb David Guzick & Donna Giles Ken & Linda McGurn

John Verne McKenzie & Janet McKenzie Paul & Evelyn McKnight William J. & Nancy A. Robinson Dharma Endowment Foundation

Visit www.unitedwayncfl.org, mail a check or money order, or call 352-331-2800 to provide a credit card or debit card number for a recurring gift to: United Way of North Central Florida, 6031 NW 1st Place, Gainesville, FL 32607. Remember us in your estate planning to leave a lasting legacy.

OUR LEADERSHIP DONORS PLATINUM LEVEL DONORS ($5,000–$9,999) William Bryson Mr. Thomas Clark Jim & Sibet Grantham Brian and Julie Hutchison Mr. James Larsen Bradley S. and Marta E. Pollitt Mr. Jeffrey Robertson Randy & Sally Scott Tim White & Mary Duryea Michael & Betty Wolf

DIAMOND LEVEL DONORS ($2,500–$4,999) Jane and Steve Adams Dr. Libby F. Brateman Dr. & Mrs. Ronald J. Cain Mr. and Mrs. James E. Clayton Matthew and Regina Fajack Dr. Timothy Flynn & Dr. Marian Limacher Ronnie Fraser Guy Grover Stephanie Hanson Mr. James Kelly Gerald & Kathryn L. Kidder Keith and Wendy Koford Scott R. Koons Lee Marshall Debbie Mason Louisea Pittman Wendy & Steven Resnick B.E. Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Rose Mr. Jeffrey Shorb Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sweeney Lynda Tealer Steve & Elaine Truluck Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wacker Nancy Walsh Gayle and Bruce C. Wheeler Charles Wood and Maureen Keller-Wood Tom & JoAnne Young

EMERALD LEVEL DONORS ($1,500–$2,499) Dr. Tammy Bennett Kathleen V. Black Scott and Jennifer Blades Patrick and Betty Brunson Marina T. Cecchini Mr. James Chapman Robert Cook C. Ryan Cooke Mr. Joseph Costa Ms. Veta Cumbaa Sheriff Sadie Darnell Mr. Roger Deal Jim & Heather Doughton Mr. Anthony Edwards Mr. Alan Fehlner Michael & Vivi Fitzgerald Mr. Paul Folkers Kai Gallops Jon & Cathy Gardner John Gildroy Lamar Hatcher Jr., D.D.S. Ann & Marc Heft Mr. Jeffrey Hogue Joel and Sherry Houston Joel & Nan Islam

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Evan and Priscilla Jones Timothy and Nona Jones Dean & Mary Kelley Ms. D. E. Kley Mr. & Mrs. Donald Koons Joyce Krajnovich Jeff & Judy Laake Maggie Labarta, Ph.D. The Lanzillotti Family Foundation Michael Lawton Ed & Laurie Lenhart Joe and Lucille Little Carolyn Lukert Carol and Les Magee Mr. Charles Maule Mr. Curtis Maxvill Jimmy and Maddie McDavid Janice Peacock Davis & Judi Rembert Foundation David & Regina Richardson Mr. Richard Richter Steve and Lorraine Ritz Ms. Rebecca Roberts Lawrence W. Roose Michael & Sabrina Roper Roger Rose Tonya M. Ross Meredeth Rowe Marian B. Rush Mr. Jack Sameck Mr. Carlos Sanchez Dr. Katheryn Sarantos Robert Scott, III Betsy & Jim Severance Mr James Simpson Karen Slevin Koven and Ginny Smith Elizabeth S. Sommer Brad & Debra Staats Mr. Bruce K. Stechmiller James Stringfellow Randy & Patricia Stuart Drs. Craig and Trish Tapley Mr. David Thoman Gordon H. Tremaine Mr. Ronald Umpleby Barry and Abby Wagner Colleen and Mark Warring Ms. Nicole Wheeldon Edward & Kate Wilkinson Jenna White Risa Wray and Robert Klemans Julie Zhu & Paul Xia

GOLD DONORS ($1,000–$1,499) Mr. Greg Adams Mr. & Mrs. John Alexaitis Mr. Rodrigo Almeida Lori J. Altmann Mr. Darron Alvarenga Ms. Sherry Augustine Mr. Guy Bair Mr. John Barli Chad Barnes Dimetress Barnwell David & Cindy Bass Dr. Theresa Beachy David & Diane Beaulieu

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Mr. Charles Behl Ms. Ivy Bell Brad and Debbie Bentley Russ & Arzella Blackburn Ms. Amy Blanchard Dr. Tina Smith & Dr. Ed Bonahue Ms. Catherine Bonthron Mr. David Bounds Charles Brabham Pete and Sharon Breitinger Mr. Victor Brennan Mr. Rodney Brown Ms. Robin Brown Mr. Darryl Brown Rhea D. Broyles Devyn Perry Bryant Mr. Robert Bryson Ms. Casey Buddle Mr. Robert Bush Ms. Jo Caldwell Mr. John Carlson Michael Carr Ms. Christine Cassisi Frank and Jane Catalanotto Rebecca J. Catalanotto Alan and Toni Chatman Mr. Robert Chenoweth Thomas Chmielewski Janet L. Christie Jennifer and Anthony Clarizio Alana & Jason Cole Mr. Dylan Cote Anna Michelle Cox Jaqueline M. Crews Ms. Leigh Daley Larry and Gale Danek Frank E. Davis Judy & Steve deMontmollin Dr. James R. Dearing Ms. Heather Diamond Mr. Matthew Donovan Michael Dorris Paul & Polly Doughty Margaret M. Downey LJ Duncan F. Charles & Dorothy Duryea Charles R. Fellows David & Cassie Fernandez Jim Ferrer Ms. Cathariya Ferris Ms. Cherie Fine Ms. Barbara Ford Ms. Marie Fucci Christopher Fuller Mr. Kenneth Gaillot Ms. Pinkie H. Gainey Corrie Gardner Claire Germain Judy Geroni Micaela Gibbs Joyce & Denny Gies Dr. John Graney Ms. Sarah Grimes Mr. Greg Grooms Dick & Anna Gutekunst Mr. & Mrs. John W. Hamblet Ms. Marybeth Hammond David & Megan Hanegan

Chris and Cassie Harle Ms. Randy Harmatz Ruth E. Harris Ms. Elizabeth Hayes James and Diane Heaney Dink & Peggy Henderson Mr. Dwight Hersey Mr. Kevin Hopper Ray & Rhonda Hoskavich Stephen Howard Mr. Brandie Hudecek Al & Denise Huggins Clarence B. Hyde Marilyn & Jim Islam Terrance Barnard Jackson Mr. Edward Jimenez Mr. Anthony Johns Karen Johnson & Ann Gill Mr. Jerry Johnson Ms. Bridget Johnston Rob Jordheim LouAnn Kapper Marie Kasprow Ms. Kelly Kerr Ms. Mary Kiely Steven Kim Mr. Carl King Ms. Candice King Robert J. King Bill & Mary Koss Kenneth & Rebekah Kurdziel John and Skylar Lane Ms. Martha LaTour Kim Lee Henri Logan Christian J. Long Mr. Hershel Lyons Tina and Tim Matsubara The McClintic Family Don McIntyre Mr. Ronald Montagna Mr. Barry Moore Mr. Gregory Moraski Ms. Bonnie Mountain Scarlott Mueller Mr. Ray Mullins Kevin & Lisa Muth Peyton Nappo Peg Nattress Bill and Laura Northcutt Sandra and Bill Olinger Mr. and Mrs William D. Olinger, III Rick Parent Dr. Michael and Renee Perfit Gregg & Jeanne Perry Bill & Kem Poe Randal Pulliam Mr. Jon Raymond Dr. Kathleen Reilly Philip A. Restuccia Mr. Curtis A. Reynolds Mr. James Roberts George and Pam Rollins Symatha Rolston Ms. Bilinda Rountree Ms. Teresa Ruccione Anne Rush Dr. and Mrs. Jackson N. Sasser

Mary C. Sausaman Pete & Yvonne Scammacca Mr. Richard Scarborough Mr. Brian Scarborough Adam Service Mr. Paul Shealy Brian & Wendy Sheehan Ken Simmons Mr. Anthony Smoak Pascale Spears Ms. Sheila Spence Steve and Karen Stagliano Ms. Lori Stanley Mr. Matthew Steen Gerald & Sara Stein Mr. John Stoner Joel H. Stratton Betsy Styron Janet Sweat Ms. Maureen Tartaglione Rev. Adrian Taylor Ms. Lonnie Tetstone Mr. Joseph Tharp Mr. Richard Thomas Mr. Scott Thomas Mr. Jeffrey Thompson Mr. & Mrs. Bobby Tibbs Ms. Katie Tidwell Mr. Michael Timmes Ms. Nancy Turbyfill Michele and Rick Venick Kathy Viehe & Cindy Flowers Sandra A. Vincent Tyler H. Wall Mr. Michael Walsh Ms. Ann Wehr Ms. Gayle Wheeler Karen A. Williams James Willis

SILVER DONORS ($750–$999) Ms. Linda Allen Ralph and Bennye Alligood Ms. Duane Ammons Mr. Charles Anchors Mr. Richard Armitage Dr. Lisa Armour Ms. Maria Baker Mr. Craig Bakuzonis Mrs. Shellie Banfield Shawn and Lymaris Barger Ms. Amanda Barron Mr. Sean Barrs Ms. Sharon E. Batie Mr. Jared Beasley Ms. Jennifer Bender Ms. Jacquelyn Benefield Crystal Blackwell Christie Blakely Ms. Nicole Bodlak Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Book Mr. Aaron Bosshardt Mr. Ward Boston Ms. Vivian Boza Ms. Stephanie Brown Naima Brown, PhD Ms. Debbie Bryant Loreley Burgos


Ms. Stacey Burke Mr. Joseph Burns Jeannie Butz Mr. Justin Byrd Mrs. Anita Cacciotti Ms. Esther Carbon Ms. Kari Cassel Jacqueline Castagno, MD Mr. Joseph Castor Ms. Ann Christoffersen Ryan C. Clark Mrs. Karen Coffey Ms. Robbin Collins Mr. Thomas Cone Mrs. Margo B. Cook Ms. Margaret Crawford William J. Cunningham Ms. Anne D'Amico Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Daquila Don L. Davis Curt and Coleen DeGroff Mr. Lester DesForges Markus Dietrich and Ginny Linder Joann Dorval Chassity Dougherty Adrian & Patricia Dovell Ms. Joan Drane Mr. Joseph Drury Ms. Kimberley Dyle Mr. and Mrs. Richard Eddie Mr. Osee Fagan Chauncey and Rose Fagler Ms. Geza Farkas Ms. Janet Farrington Mr. Alexander Feinstein Mr. Nicholas Ferrara Mr. Reginald Ford Dennis Fuller Bill and Susan Gair Mr. and Mrs. Dale and Virginia Gibson Susan D. Gillespie Ms. Kelly Goad Mrs. Joyce Goodman Mrs. Barbara Gregory Mr. Ernest Grider Fred Hamilton Mr and Mrs. Thomas J. Hampson Mrs. Natalie Harris Mr. Troy Hart Mr. Christian Haug Donna M. Hazellief Claire M. Hedrick Ms. Tara Higgins Ms. Jenny Highlander Dianne Hope Mr. Byron Hopkins Tim Hoskinson Mr. William Hudson Kenneth and Jennifer Hunt Bob and Jennifer Hunzinger Mr. Robert Hutchinson Mr. Jesse Irby Mr. Christopher Isaac Ms. Kimberly Jamerson Betty Darlene Jax Ms. Paula Johns

Ms. Tina Johnson Melissa and Pete Jones Mr. Freedlengton Joseph Dr. Gail Kauwell & Peter Johnson Ted and Debbie Kellermann Ms. Stephanie Kelley Mr. John Kimlinger Mr. and Mrs. Kirk E. Klein Mr. Jasen Kloeppel Mrs. Holley Knapik Ms. Sarah Knight Mrs. Andrea M. Koff Ms. Laura Kowalczyk Mr. Gustavo Laguna Philip and Kathryn Lancaster Gordon K. Lawyer, Jr. Jeffrey & Leeann Lee Ms. Heather Lehmer Ms. Gloria Lipori Jeff Lloyd Ms. Patti Locascio Ms. Janna Magette Jeff Majewski, RRT Ms. Elizabeth Maree Peggy Marke Walter and Alice Markham Susan Grover Ms. Verna Matthews Mr. Erik Matzenbacher Mrs. Dora McDonald Steve and Jennifer McElroy Mr. Robert McKey Lynne McLean Davis Deborah & Buddy Miller Mr. Carlos Molina Lynn E. Monaco Ms. Terri Monaghan Mr. Steven Moore Mr. Mitchell Morgan Cassy L. Morgan Myra F. Morgan Ivelisse Munoz Mr. Richard Murdock Ms. Jennifer Myles Timothy C. Nesler Mr. Kenneth Niswonger Ms. Gina Norris Dana Ottaviano Mr. Michael Ouligian Jim Parker Mrs. Barbara Pavai Larry and Tammy Paxton Ms. Vera Payne Mr. Alexander Pellerito Ms. Megian Pfau Mrs. Jeanette Porro-Gough Mr. and Mrs. John Power Ms. Pamela Primus Gwen Qualizza Douglas J. Queen Ms. Emily Quintana Angela E. Raiford Mr. Mark Ramsey Mr. Mitchell Ray Jeff and Amy Register Rhoden Family Ms. Shelia Rhodes

Ms. Tammy Rice David Richardson Mr. Dewayne Roark Laura Robertson Debbie Robins Kimberly Anne Rose Ms. Melanie Ross Mrs. Becky Rountree Nancy and David Saliwanchik Mr. Jacob Schmidt Danny and Kathy Self Jason Shank Joe Shaw Bill Shepherd Andrew & Katharine Sherrard Debra Sirota Ms. Nina Sloan Ms. Kimberley Smith Ms. Amy Smith Mr. Andrew Smithson Patricia Snyder Ms. Patricia Sokol Mr. John South Theresa A. Spurling-Wood, LEED AP William T. Stormant Joan Suchorski and Leon J. Larson Mr. Don Swieter Mr. William Swift Mai Hoang Ta Dan and Dalene Tandy Mr. David Thompson Barb & Art Wachna Mrs. Robin Waite Mr. Robert Walters Lewis and Dana Walton Ms. Dawn Watkins Mr. Brian Watson Mr. Errol Whisler Charley and Alyson Widmer Gary Willard Ms. Rebecca Williams Wayne and Pamela Wishart Mr. Michael Wright Mr. Jeffery Wright Dr. David Yonutas Guy & Martha York Ms. Lisa Youngblood Lynne Zirkelbach Mr. Harley Alltop Ms. Caroline Bell Ms. Teresa Bernal Ms. Traci Black Ms. Janice Boston Ms. Laura Bratcher Ms. Linda Burgess Mr. Robert Catlow Ms. Ursula Crews Daryl Anne Cummings Ms. Nancy Dickson Mr. Erich Dietz Ms. Catherine Halsema Ms. Ceann Harris Mittie House Ms. Alicia Johansen Ms. Marcia Kent Ms. Gail Knowland Mr. Philip Lambert

Ms. Cara Lashley Ms. Susan Learn Ms. Barbara Limbaugh Mr. John Lynn Ms. Kendra McCray Mr. Charles McGinn Ms. Anne Meiring Mr. Matthew Miller Ms. Kathleen Monroe Mr. Christopher Montrowl Mr. Stephan Moore Ms. Kathryn Parker Roque Perez Velez Rene and Brenda Perron Ms. Marguerite Polkowski Ms. Alice Faye Roberts Mr. Michelle Robinson Mr. Paul Robinson Ms. Kay Rogers Ms. Mildred Russin Ms. Elizabeth Ruszczyk-White Gail Stahl Ms. Lee Starling Mr. John Stephen Mr. Scott Swindel Ms. Kay Toner Mr. Mark Underberger Ms. Helen Welsh Ms. Lygia Williams Ms. Patricia Wright Ms. Cheryl Zirger

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UF CAMPAIGN FOR CHARITIES SENIOR LEADERSHIP SOCIETY ($10,000 AND ABOVE) Joe & Pat Alba Jeremy N. Foley David Guzick & Donna Giles Chris & Liz Janiszewski Bernie & Chris Machen Gary & Laura McGill Douglas E. & Pamela S. Soltis

PLATINUM DIVISION ($5,000–$9,999) William A. Bomberger Leslie D. Bram and Mark J. Flannery Tim White & Mary Duryea Matthew and Regina Fajack Mark Andrew Fenster Joe Glover Stephen J. Pearton and Cammy R. Abernathy D. D. Warfield Dr. Bryan & Mrs. Terry Weber Dr. Sno E. White Michael & Betty Wolf Charles Wood and Maureen Keller-Wood

DIAMOND DIVISION ($2,500–$4,999) Jane and Steve Adams Henry and Susan Baker Dr. Libby F. Brateman Carolyn and David Brown Kimberly Browne Curt and Coleen DeGroff Art and Katherine Edison Zina L. Evans Kelly D. Foote, MD Mr. Larry Fowler Michael and Danette Good Dave and Laura Gruber Paul and Maggie Gulig Jonathan Hamilton Stephanie Hanson Ms. Leighton James Robert and Lisa Jerry Julie Johnson Douglas F. Johnson Dave & Judy Kratzer Lucinda Lavelli Marian Limacher, MD and Tim Flynn, MD Dr. Michael E. Mahla Melinda Jeanne McAdams Ms. Anna McDaniel Ms. Diane McFarlin Martin & Pamela McMahon Dan Miller Winfred M. Phillips B. E. Robinson Dr. Steven Roper Judy Russell Kayser Enneking & Mark Scarborough Lynda Tealer Gayle and Bruce C. Wheeler R. Stan Williams, MD Barbara and Charles Wingo

EMERALD DIVISION ($1,500–$2,499) Michael Arnold Sheri Austin Rod & Beverly Bartlett

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Sr. Aso. Dean Michael and Dr. Cheri Brodeur Rick and Lynda Bucciarelli David and Susan Burchfield Mary Kay Carodine Dr. Arthur E Clark Jr. Philip and Lynne Collis Debbie & Mike Conlon Alan and Nicole Cooke Curbow-Carlberg Family Prof. Ben M. Dunn Tony & Michele Dunn William A. Friedman Paul Gader and Libby Dunn Mr. John Gresley III Melanie & Stephen Hagen Jeff and Sarah Harrison Linda Hayward Ann & Marc Heft Richard and Bobbi Henken Jill & Keith Herndon George & Marilyn Hochmuth Marion and Bruce Hoffmann Ms. Carolyn Holland Joel and Sherry Houston Jeffrey and Debra Jones David and Cheryl Kays Brian and Elizabeth Keith Mr. Jamie Keith Pramod & Seema Khargonekar Jack and Sandy Kramer Dr. Linda Lanier and Randy Batista Dr. Alfred S. Lewin Yuqing Li Joe and Lucille Little Daniel Logan, MD Ken Marx and Linda Hayward Drs. William M. & Nancy P. Mendenhall Linda Morgan Mr. William Muschamp Dr. Rose M. Nealis Dr. David Norton Donna and George O'Connor Donald and Virginia Pemberton Bob and Lorie Primosch Ruth & Mark Sherwood Dietmar Siemann Drs. Christopher & Isabel D. Silver Kim C. Simpson Stan and Rita Smith Dr. Consuelo Soldevila Pico Brad & Debra Staats Mr. Bruce Stechmiller Michael Stoufer Elaine and Colin Sumners Dan & Karen Talham Drs. Craig and Trish Tapley Theresa and William Vernetson Dr. Nancy Waldron Edward & Kate Wilkinson Edythe Zettler

GOLD DIVISION ($1,000–$1,499) Robert McKenna & Mavis Agbandje-McKenna Lori J. Altmann Doug & Linda Archer Mr. Christopher Barnett Harold Barrand

Russell M. Bauer Sherry Benton Michael W. Binford Christina & Neal Birmingham Linda Bloom David C. Bloom Dr. Michael V. Bowie Mary T. Brownell Dave and Marie Brumbaugh Diane Bruxvoort Dr. Dale F. Campbell Jane Anne Carey Ms. Catherine Carey Drs. Lawrence and Janet Caruso Anne and George Casella Frank and Jane Catalanotto Bonnie Cauthon Jeff & Pam Chorlog Kirsten Cooke Stephen & Diane Craig Laura and Paul D'Anieri Rick & Judie Davidson David and Jean Day Carmen Diana Deere Mr. Richard D. Delker Matthew and Andria Doty Betty Dunckel Norbert and Kim Dunkel Mr. Robert Egerman Mai Elmallah Kevin L. Ferguson, M.D. Jim Ferrer Dr. Margaret U. Fields Dr. Jeffrey R. Fitzsimmons Dr. Marcia Funderburk Ms. Claire Germain Micaela Gibbs Janice & Mark Gold Mr. Glenn Good Mr. Anthony Gregg Jesse F. Gregory Randall & Cavelle Grimes Mary Ann Hagler Karen Karisse Hamilton Mr. Christopher Harle Ruth E. Harris James & Diane Heaney Bette and Paul Holloway Alice E. Holmes Mr. Stephen Howard Mr. Terrance Jackson Margaret James Mrs. Karen Janicki Drs. William & Carol Ritzen Kem Mr. Steven Kirn Mr. & Mrs. Charles Koenig Amie Kreppel Ms. Sarah Laibstain Henri Logan Richard and Rachel Lutz John and Lucia Madey Maria Gutierrez Martin Jeanna Mastrodicasa and Clay Sweger Greg McEachern Sue McGorray David Meurer Dr. William J. Millard Mr. Tom Mitchell Mr. Thomas O. Munyer

Brad O’Hara Judith & William Page Dr. Marco Pahor John T. Patterson Elisabete & Roberto Pereira Dr. Michael and Renee Perfit Michael G. Perri Ed and Sharron Poppell Ann Progulske-Fox and William D. Fox Richard J. Rathe Mr. Michael Reid Mr. Curtis Reynolds Michael Riley Lori & Mark Robinson Dorene and Jack Ross Gail Sasnett-Stauffer & Dave Stauffer Christopher Scuderi D.O. Angeline Sellung Dr. Elizabeth Shenkman Toby and Christine Shorey Pierre Sikivie & C. Chennault Paul Sindelar and Alyson Adams Karen M. Smith, M.D. Dr. Tina Smith & Dr. Ed Bonahue Venita Sposetti & Larry Rooks Dr. Arun Srivastava Keith and Sarah Stone Neil & Robyn Sullivan Bob and Adrienne Thieke Ms. Deborah Vincent Dr. Kenneth B. Wagener Dr. Tim Wheeler & Dr. Janet Pappas Norris & Nancy Williams Laura A. Wilson John and Fran Wingard Mary & Mark Wise Dr. Jinhong Xie Ms. Marie Zeglen

SILVER DIVISION ($750–$999) Ms. Sherry Ahrentzen David Allred and Elizabeth Dudenhausen Ms. Julie Baines Nina Barker Laura Barton Dr. B. Hudson Berrey, Jr. Ms. Joyce Bono Mary B. Brown Martha and Floyd Thompson and family David E. and C. Jeanne Carlson Jacqueline Castagno, MD Denise Chichester Bryan and Brandi Cooke Ms. Linda Cottler Susan Crowley Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Dana Dr. Laurie K. Davies Bon Dewitt Terri Dildine Lawrence C. Dodd Walter E. Drane William T. Driebe, MD & Family Paul and Margo Duncan Mr. & Mrs Duke Emerson Dr. Richard L. Fearn Dr. Norman Fitz-Coy


Dr. J. Bert Flanegan Paula and Greg Fussell Bill and Susan Gair Susan D. Gillespie Ms. Maria Gurucharri Silvia Menendez & Jeffrey Harman Alice Harmon John W. Harvey Arthur F. Hebard Michael M. Howell Marjorie A. Hoy Shehla Islam Doug and Sheila Jones Dr. Joe & Pam Joyce Dr. Gail Kauwell & Peter Johnson Dr. Charles J Kibert Carole Kimberlin Mr. Thomas C. Ladun Bruce & Jeannette MacFadden Wayne T. McCormack Ms. Katherine McDonald Michael and Rebecca McKee Brian and Cheryl Mikell Myra F. Morgan Rebecca Martin Nagy Ranga Narayanan Stephanie and Chris Nielsen Ms. Elizabeth Outler Ms. Lila W. Pittman Scott K. Powers Laura Robertson Ms. Melanie Ross Michael Sagas Desmond and Nadine Schatz and Family Beverly Sensbach Dr. Constance L Shehan Patricia Snyder Elspeth Keller and Richard Snyder Dr. Karl J. Soderholm Mike Spranger & Karen Blyler Ms. Kathryn Stofer Ms. Catherin Striley Arthur Teixeira & Marjorie St. John Dr. Patrica A. Travis Anastasia Ulanowicz Mr. Frank Varosi Dr. Peggy Wallace David & Vangi Weiner Dr. Stanton K. Wesson Mr. Alan West

COPPER DIVISION ($500–$749) Ms. Tammy Aagard Mr. Jerome Able Abi Adewumi Ms. Kim Ahrens Miles Albertson Anne L. Allen Wayne Archer Ms. Andrea Ascherl Dr. Patrica T. Ashton Margaret Atherton Dr. Ikramuddin Aukhil Donald Duane Ault Derrick & Shelia Bacon Dr. James E. Barrett Kirby Barrick Dr. Carol Bates Darren J. Baxley Dr. Roger Beebe Kevin E. Behrns

Ms. Barbara Bennett Christine A. Best Neel & Anu Bhattacharyya Scott & Jennifer Blades Ms. Tara Blythe Dr. Linda Bobroff Steven and Marcia Bourdon David and Susan Bowles Jesse & Pidge Boyles Dr. Jeffrey K. Brecht Mrs. Yvonne Brinson Babette Brumback Ms. Dianne T. Bryant C. Michael & Deborah Bucci Dr. Jorg Bungert Jacob and Katharine Burks Becky Burleigh Robert and Margareth Buschbacher Cynthia and William Butler Brian D. Cain Mr. Jonathan Cannon Ms. Ambar Cano Ms. Amy Cantrell John Lowell Capinera The Caruthers Family Charlotte and Paul Chadik Jim "El Guapo" Chichester Mr. Thomas Clanton Susan B. Collingwood Mr. Matthew Collins Dr. Patti Crawford Gwenda L. Creel Dan Cromer Robert W. Curry, Jr. Dr. John Dame Eddie Daniels Douglas D. Dankel II Ms. Ann Daunic Jeffrey Davis Dr. Matthew Dennis Dr. Nancy Denslow Larry & Colleen Di Matteo Dr. Richard Dickinson Mr. Keith Diem Mingzhou Ding Ms. Linda Dixon Ms. Grace Dixon Dr. Calogero Dolce Mr. Frank Dowdle Dr. William P. Duff Mr. Glen Edwards Elias & Michele Eldayrie Ms. Jane Ellis Dorothy L. Etienne Howie Ferguson & Family Mr. Francis Ferguson Bruce Floyd Chris Forsmark Dr. Jose A Fortes Ms. Patricia Foster John Freund Ms. Julie Frey Dr. Frederick Fricker Michael Kendall Friel Dr. Jason S. Fromm Ms. Jane Gannon Ms. Margaret Gaylord Ms. Jodi Gentry Anthony W. Giardino Nancy and Maurice Giunta Susan Goffman and Bill Abrams

Jim Gorske Wendy Graham Dr. Ralph Grams Karen and Jeff Grater Greg Gray Linda G. Green Dr. Cynthia Griffin Dr. Marcio Guelmann & Dr. Ariela Notzer-Guelmann Eileen Handberg Mr. Daniel P. Hanson Dr. Nancy Hardt Dr. Faye V. Harrison John & Alanna Haven Dr. Lynda Hayes Mr. John Hayes Satyanarayan Hegde Mr. Richard Heipp Mr. William Heitman Mr. Rodger Hendricks Ms. Elaine Henjum Dr. Mary Herman Ms. Stacey Higgins Erin Hodge Greg and Amanda Hodges Susan Hodges Jeff & Kay Holcomb Dr. Lynne Holt Rebecca M. Hoover Donna Rowland Dr. Ma Ingyinn Ms. Eve M. Irwin Raymond Patrick Jacob Dr. Susan Jacobson Ms. Rebecca Jefferson Ms. Lisa Jefferson Dr. Richard D. Johnson Dr. Pierce H. Jones Dr. Kevin Keating Mary Jo Koroly Dr. Anthony Ladd Ms. Jan Large Robyn LeBoeuf Dr. Lynn Leverty Dr. Linda Le-Wendling Judith Lightsey Jim and Angela Lindner Barbara E. Lindsey Earlene and Gary Lipowski Ms. Jamie Little Mrs. Susan Luther William C. Mann Kevin and Marlene Marshall Maurice R. Marshall, Jr. Ghania Masri Cheryl May Ms. Leslie McElvey Ms. Cydney McGlothlin Mr. Timothy E. McLendon Denis J. Mercier Thomas and Leilanie Merrill Jon & Beth Mills Michael and Jeannene Mironack Ms. Kelly Mitchell Martha Monroe and Tom Harris Ms. Jessica Mrozinske Obrene and Annie Newman Dr. Susan Nimmo Ms. Audrey Nowicki Stacey Oliver Linda Orfield

Craig W. Osenberg Debbie Otero Dr. Allen R Overman Dr. Victoria Pagan-Wolpert Mr. Kris Pagenkopf Donna M. Parker, M.D. Mary Peoples-Sheps Ms. Patricia Perry Dr. Diane Porter-Roberts Norman E. and Margaret B. Portillo Mr. John Powell Lou Powers Robin E. Poynor Beckie Preston Stephen J. Pritz, Jr. and Patrice C. Moore Dr. Francis Putz Kenneth H. Rand Konda R. Reddy Roger Reep John Regenfuss Jean Reid Shayna Rich Kellie Ritari Mr. Harry Rockwell Daniel & Talia Rogers Ms. Janet Romrell Dr. Eric Rosenberg Harriet and Jeffrey Roth Dr. Sandra Russo Dr. Kathleen Ryan R. Matthew Sailors Linda C. Sanchez Susan Schaffer John David Schert Ms. Tiffany Schmidt David J. Segura Randy E. Settle Dr. Judith P. Shoaf Rodrigo C. Silva, MD Betsy Simpson Dr. Susan Sinnott Dr. Martha Snider Lynn and Andrea Sollenberger Harriet M. & Sam Stafford Keith and Linda Stanfill Mr. Randall Staples Ruth L. Steiner Mrs. Teresa Stevens Mr. Donald Stevenson Dr. David Tanner Mark Taylor Mr. Nathaniel Terrell Mr. James Thomas Ms. Michelle D Tillander Dr. Gladys Torres Dr. Stanislav Uryasev Ms. Michelle Van Leer Dr. Thomas Vickroy Mr. Vladimir Vincek Wayne & Rhoda Wainwright Mr. Craig D. Warner Teresa & Joseph Welch Linda and Adam Wendling Dr. Myra Williams Andrew Wolpert Shen-Ling Xia Anthony T. Yachnis Dr. Lijun Yang Eric Young Gene & Cheri Zdziarski

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FINANCIAL POSITION ASSETS

FINANCIAL RESOURCES/INVESTMENTS

Cash & Investments Campaign Pledges Receivable, net Other Assets Land, Building and Equipment

841,766 1,553,088 101,970 443,596

TOTAL ASSETS

2,940,420

3%

7%

MONEY RAISED $4,140,927

9%

LIABILITIES Accounts Payable Designations Payable

87,298 728,838

TOTAL LIABILITIES

816,136

TOTAL NET ASSETS

2,124,284

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

2,940,420

PUBLIC SUPPORT AND REVENUES Annual Campaign Community Impact Grants Sponsorships & In-Kind Investment Income, Administrative Fees & Other

3,339,706 383,451 134,540 283,230

TOTAL SUPPORT AND REVENUES

4,140,927

24% 57%

n 56% – United Way Workplace & Residential Campaigns n 24% – University of Florida Community Campaign n 9% – Grants n 3% – Sponsorships and In-Kind n 7% – Investment Income & Other

ALLOCATIONS AND EXPENSES Agency Allocations 900,000 Donor Directed Allocations 1,215,664 Grant Payments 269,222 Program Expenses 748,372 Management and General 238,743 Fundraising 535,915 Provision for Uncollectible 184,653

TOTAL ALLOCATIONS & EXPENSES

MONEY INVESTED $4,092,569 4% 19% 30%

4,092,569

22% 25% n 30% – Donor Directed Allocations n 25% – Programs, Initiatives & Services (211, Success by 6) n 22% – Investment in Community Programs (Allocation to Agency) n 19% – Fundraising & Ops (Fundraising & Mgmt/General) n 5% – Uncollectibles

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2013–2014 SPONSORS A SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR ACADEMY SPONSORS Academy Sponsors provide ongoing support of $10,000 or more per year. We thank the following companies for their generous support!

EVENT SPONSORS

SMALL BUSINESS PARTNERS

Best Western Gateway Grand Hotel Bosshardt Realty Services Florida Food Service Gainesville Regional Airport Gateway Bank James Moore and Co., P.L. John Spence Parrish McCall PNC Bank North Florida Regional Medical Center Sunbelt Moving and Delivery

Brightway Insurance, Blair Janes Seventh Compass, Matthew Donovan Abstract Bodyworks, Ken & Robin Kepler Elisa Technologies Katsu Dojo Karate, Jason & Debbie Sorgi A Personal Elf, Rudy & Erica Castano

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LEADERSHIP TEAM STAFF/LEADERSHIP

DEVELOPMENT TEAM

Dana Clayton, Interim President & CEO Rhonda Johnson, Director of Operations Mary Broadfoot, Executive Assistant

Dana Clayton, VP Resource Development Chris Wells, Development Director of Residential & Individual Giving Britt Pearson, Development Associate, Affinity Groups Sylvia Waldman, Donor Database Manager Gregory Fabiano, Campaign Associate Mel Hanks, Campaign Associate Kim Huebner, Campaign Associate Devra Mathis, Campaign Associate

COMMUNITY IMPACT TEAM Karen Slevin, VP Community Impact Jennifer Stojkovic, Community Impact Manager Norinda Rosario Yancey, Education and School-based Initiatives Manager Angela Hutchings, ReadingPals Coordinator Barbara Brady, Check & Connect Specialist Stephanie Burke, Check & Connect Specialist Annetta McCloud, Check & Connect Specialist

COMMUNICATIONS & MARKETING Amy Azoulay, Communications Manager

BOARD OF DIRECTORS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

2014–2015 CAMPAIGN CABINET

Kay Ayers, AvMed, Chair Nick Banks, Front Street, Vice Chair Carolyn Lukert, Dementia Education, Inc., Past Board Chair Ed Bonahue, Santa Fe College, Member-At-Large Dennis Gies, Community Volunteer, Member-At-Large Kenneth Kurdziel, James Moore & Company, Finance Chair Melanie Ross, UF Health, Communications Chair

Brad Pollitt, Chair, UF Health Rory Causseaux, Causseaux, Hewett and Walpole, Inc. Robert Deese, SunTrust Bank Bill Gair, University of Florida Monica McMillen, Law Offices of Steven Miller John Power, Alachua County Tax Collector Jason Shank, Enterprise Rent-A-Car Jay St. Pierre, North Florida Regional Medical Center

BOARD MEMBERS Rob Chapman, Publix Bill Gair, University of Florida Sam Goforth, Community Volunteer Jennifer Hunt, CAMPUS USA Credit Union James Larsen, Allied/Harleysville Insurance Shaney Livingston, Alachua County Library District Hershel Lyons, Alachua County Public Schools Brad Pollitt, UF Health, Campaign Chair Doug Ray, Gainesville Sun/Ocala Star-Banner Dr. Jen Day Shaw, University of Florida Andy Sherrard, O2BKids! Dr. Patricia Snyder, University of Florida Adrian Taylor, Gainesville Chamber of Commerce, Public Policy Chair Lynda Tealer, University Athletic Association, Inc. Scott Thomas, Infinite Energy Jenna White, Enterprise Holdings, Inc., CIT Chair

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"At Front Street, being invested in our community is a core value that is central to our culture. We care deeply about our region and are proud to have United Way as our strategic partner allowing us to play a role in addressing the needs that exist in our community. United Way seeks long-term results for education, income and health, which are paramount to us creating and maintaining a healthy, productive community.�

–Nick Banks, Managing Director, Front Street Commercial Real Estate Group

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“United Way has helped me by providing funds to The Early Learning Coalition so my son was able to get subsidized, quality childcare, providing me with a peace of mind knowing that while I’m working, he was getting the care he needed.” –Kizzie Johnson, United Way service recipient

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