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THE IMPACT MODEL
is a results-driven model that focuses our agencyâ€™s work on specific areas of need in the community with targeted outcomes and measurable results.
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EDUCATION Our goal is to increase the high school graduation rate to 90 percent by 2018. $$$
INCOME Our goal is to reduce impediments to education created by poverty (i.e. hunger, homelessness).
HEALTH Our goal is to ensure that people are healthy $$$ $$$ and safe in their home, community and schools, and have increased access to dental and medical care.
IMMEDIATE NEEDS Our goal is to address the communityâ€™s needs including food, shelter, payment $$ $$$ $utility assistance and other immediate needs.
WHY UNITED WAY?
The Impact Model allows us to focus on areas of greatest need. Impact by the numbers...
Workplace Campaign, Residential Giving & Small Business Partners
University of Florida Campaign for Charities (Donor Directed Dollars)
Grants & Sponsorships
Emergency Food & Shelter Funds
VALUE OF INITIATIVES & SERVICES
$3,338,298 VITA/EITC (Returned to the Community)
Food, Books & Volunteer Hours
$3,942,999 Matching Grants
UNITED WAYâ€™S 2015-2016 TOTAL COMMUNITY IMPACT
WHEN YOU GIVE...
you are helping make a positive impact on the well-being of thousands of people across North Central Florida UWNCFL You Give 1
WHY UNITED WAY IS IMPORTANT TO OUR COMMUNITIES
EVERY DOLLAR DONATED TO THE UNITED WAY COMMUNITY INVESTMENT FUND BECOMES THREE TIMES AS POWERFUL. THAT’S MEASURABLE IMPACT THAT MAKES OUR COMMUNITY A BETTER PLACE.
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And give and give and give… It is through our community’s generosity and focus on areas of impact that we are able to help thousands of people in North Central Florida and make a $12 million impact! Community Impact is the model and relationship building is the method. We fully believe that everyone can make an impact. Everyone has something to offer. Everyone has the ability to add value. You have the ability to make our community a better place and we can help. We’re here to make connections that unite our community in efforts to help more and more people every year. By paying attention to our community’s needs, we form partnerships and develop programs to stretch our dollars and accomplish the most possible good. We’re not afraid to be creative, to think beyond our walls and to try new things. We can’t be. Not with our community’s well-being at stake. Our community’s well-being is why we use the impact model and that’s why the United Way Community Investment Fund is so important. The Community Investment Fund makes each donation three times as powerful and allows our impact to reach three times as far.
For every dollar invested in the Community Investment Fund, an average of three dollars in state and federal grants also go out to the community. When you give to the United Way Community Investment Fund, our community benefits threefold. Why do we do what we do? Mothers, fathers, sons and daughters. Grandparents. Our friends and neighbors. These are the people who need our help. The stories we hear every day drive us forward and knowing that we’re making an impact keeps us going. Community Impact takes community involvement. Share this message with your friends and neighbors. If they can’t help, maybe they need help. By working together, we can make an impact in the areas of education, health, income and immediate needs, and make our community a better place. Thank you for your support. Thank you for choosing to Live United.
Nick Banks Front Street Commercial Real Estate Group, 2016 Board Chair
Deborah V. Bowie United Way of North Central Florida President & CEO
Community Investment Fund:
DID YOU KNOW...For every one dollar you give to the United Way Community Investment Fund, we earn three dollars of impact. Three for one sounds too good to be true, but that’s what happens when you give. Our funded partners are able to leverage local funds invested with federal and state dollars to provide free programs for people in North Central Florida.
PARTNER-MINDED & COLLABORATIVE
WE CAN’T DO IT ALONE
Our approach is to build relationships and make community connections; to collaborate with shared purpose. Aligning efforts increases our impact and helps more people. When you give, you become a part of something that is bigger than all of us.
SOLUTIONS NOT SILOS
The Impact Model is about results and greatest need. In North Central Florida, we are focused on Education, Income, Health and Immediate Needs. While each area of impact has its own targeted outcomes and measurable results, we build programs and partner with others to better serve people in our community.
WE KEEP OUR EARS TO THE GROUND
Our team works to identify gaps in service or the need to build capacity in order to better meet people’s needs through Community Impact Initiatives. Sometimes we grow programs from the ground up to meet those needs. Once sustainability has been reached, these internal initiatives are often transitioned to United Way Impact Partners for continued operation, and eventually funded on a long-term basis through the Community Investment Fund. This process allows our programs and service offerings to change with our community’s needs.
COMMITMENT TO IMPACT
A group of volunteers, the Community Investment Council, work to ensure that our region’s greatest needs are met through the Community Investment Fund. Overseeing the grant funding process from initial application to program funding, the Council is invested in making sure your dollars go where they will do the most good, with a focus on long-term results.
Education, Health and Income Programs Immediate Needs
Funded on a THREEyear basis
Funded on a ONEyear basis
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PARTNERSHIPS COLLABORATING FOR OUR COMMUNITY
Every three years, Community Impact Partner Agencies are invited to apply for United Way funding through the Community Investment Process. This process is led by a committed group of volunteers, the Community Investment Council. Grants are awarded based on an agency’s ability to produce results in impact areas: Education, Health, Income or Immediate Needs.
COMMUNITY INVESTMENT FUNDED PROGRAMS PROGRAM Early Learning Coalition - (Success by 6) Gilchrist Pre K - (Success by 6) Child Abuse Prevention - (Success by 6)
Comprehensive Youth Development Family Partners Micanopy Tutoring Achieve Kids Count After School
Boys & Girls Club of Alachua County, Inc. Children’s Home Society Friends of the Micanopy Library Girls Place, Inc Kids Count Alachua County, Inc.
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Dental Home for Low Income HEALTH Positive Behavior Weekend Hunger Backpack Program Reducing Trauma to Abused Children-Forensic MSCC Lunch Bunch
ACORN Clinic ACORN Clinic The ARC of Alachua County Catholic Charities Bureau, Inc. Child Advocacy Center, Inc. IWI
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Bridges to Prosperity Food Program Transitional Housing
Catholic Charities Bureau, Inc. The Salvation Army St. Francis House, Inc.
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IMMEDIATE NEEDS $255,117
Emergency Assistance FAITHH Interface Al’s Place Community Care OAA - Meals on Wheels Emergency Shelter Emergency Food and Shelter
Catholic Charities Bureau, Inc. Catholic Charities Bureau, Inc. CDS Family & Behavorial 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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SUCCESS BY 6 $222,000
Alachua Bradford Dixie Gilchrist Levy Union
Early Learning Coalition y Gilchrist County School Board Healthy Families y
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The Community Investment Fund is made up of donations that are not designated to individual 501(c)(3) agencies.
When you give to United Way of North Central Florida...
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YOU GIVE SO MUCH MORE.
TOGETHER WE CAN ACHIEVE SO MUCH
Where effectiveness and efficiency meet, you find our Community Impact Partners. When you give to United Way, you give to your community. And remember, we leverage your dollars to earn three times the impact! ACORN Clinic Alachua County 4-H Alachua County Coalition for the Homeless & Hungry Boys & Girls Club of Alachua County, Inc. Bread of the Mighty Catholic Charities Bureau, Inc. CDS Family & Behavioral Health Services, Inc. Central Florida Community Action Agency (CFCAA) Child Advocacy Center, Inc. Childrenâ€™s Home Society Early Learning Coalition of Alachua County Education Foundation of Alachua County ElderCare of Alachua County, Inc. Friends of the Micanopy Library GACTA Gilchrist County School Board
Girls Place, Inc. Institute for Workforce Innovation Kids Count in Alachua County, Inc. North Central Florida YMCA, Inc. PACE Center for Girls Partnership for Strong Families Peaceful Paths Domestic Abuse Network, Inc. Reichert House St. Francis House, Inc. Suwannee River AHEC The Arc of Alachua County, Inc. The Guardian Foundation The Salvation Army Three Rivers Legal Services, Inc. UF Community Dentistry UF Healthy Families Alachua VETSPACE, Inc.
WE HAVE BEEN PARTNERING WITH AREA NONPROFIT AGENCIES FOR 59 YEARS IN ORDER TO MAKE AN IMPACT IN OUR COMMUNITY.
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SERVICES & PROGRAMS BRIDGES NOT BARRIERS
PART OF THE CURE
The connection between needs and available services isn’t always a straight line. Sometimes we need to remove barriers or create solutions. About 20 percent of our contribution to the community goes to internal Community Impact programs and services; to bridge the gap between people’s needs and our partners.
Together we can reduce the cost of medicine for children, families and individuals living without prescription drug coverage by $1 billion nationally. The FamilyWize® Prescription Drug Program is available to anyone, regardless of income level or insurance coverage. The program is free and provides affordable access to prescription drugs to help keep families healthy.
HOW MAY WE HELP YOU?
2-1-1 is a free service we provide that connects people in our community to critical health and social service resources.
Top reasons people in our area called 2-1-1:
25% 18% 13% 10% 7%
10,932 281 266 193 884 115 737 13,408 BRADFORD
IN FISCAL YEAR 2015 FAMILYWIZE® WAS USED:
$461,687 LOCAL SAVINGS:
PEOPLE CALLED FOR HELP
CHECK & CONNECT: A LASTING IMPACT
After four years, and witnessing the original cohort of students graduate, the Check & Connect program came to a close. Check & Connect aimed to reduce drop-out rates and help local high school students make progress towards graduation by building relationships with students and their families. In addition to one-on-one mentoring, many students who participated in the program were gifted a laptop as part of the effort to reduce barriers to success. While the program has come to a close, its impact will carry on for generations. At the end of the school year, we had a chance to celebrate the program, the most recent graduates and Check & Connect Specialists Barbara Brady, Stephanie Burke and Annetta McCloud. In total the Check & Connect program: Gifted 134 laptops Generated 6,500 hours of one-on-one mentoring hours over four years.
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PARTNERSHIPS PUT MONEY BACK IN OUR COMMUNITY VITA is an IRS-funded program that provides free tax preparation for low-to moderate-income people in North Central Florida. The program operates in collaboration with many community resources, including the University of Florida Levin College of Law, Santa Fe College, Buchholz Academy of Finance and Alachua County Library District. This year, the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program continued its strong history of helping people in our community with a more than 20 percent increase to total impact. VITA served 1,942 people, saved them a total of $464,138 in tax preparation fees and averaged a tax refund of $1,719. In addition to VITA, we also provide MyFreeTaxes as a supplemental online tax tool.
OPEN BOOKS OPEN MINDS Children unable to read at grade level by the time they reach the fourth grade are four times more likely to drop out of school. The latest numbers show that 70 percent of third-graders in Alachua County need reading support before going to fourth grade. The ReadingPals program connected second and third-grade students with 175 community mentor volunteers who read for a total of 2,967 hours and sent home over 2,000 books throughout the school year. On average, United Way of North Central Florida ReadingPals students preformed 17 percent better than their peers on the Discovery Education Assessments. ReadingPals students improved their average scores by 12.6 points. Similar peers decreased their average scores by 4.4 points.
$1,719 AVERAGE TAX REFUND
2,967 HOURS OF READING BETWEEN 2ND AND 3RD GRADERS AND READINGPALS MENTORS.
A REASON TO SMILE Tooth decay impacts overall health and for children, impedes their ability to learn. This year 161 children were given free dental sealants, fluoride varnish, oral health exams and referrals for dental care on Super Sealant Saturday. Some students received up to 9 sealants. This school-based initiative is sponsored by Oral Health America in partnership with the University of Florida College of Dentistry
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and Santa Fe School of Dental Hygiene. More than just 2nd and 6th grade students in Alachua County benefit from this program. Seal & Smile also helps prepare University of Florida dental students and Santa Fe College dental hygiene students for the future through volunteering their time and services.
INITIATIVES THAT INSPIRE
ACTIONS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS Not every action is about direct service. Time is one of our most valuable resources. Volunteering and giving of one’s time is one of the most selfless acts achievable. These programs allow people to give in ways beyond cash donations.
VOLUNTEERS IN SERVICE TO AMERICA Americorps VISTA and United Way work in partnership to help make our community a better place. Projects like Volunteer Select, Book Nooks, Toys for Tots and ReadingPals are supported by Americorps VISTA members. Working full time in our community for an entire year gives these special volunteers a strong sense of purpose, while helping to improve their new home.
CONNECTING PEOPLE WITH PASSION How do you want to help? Volunteer Select is the easiest way to connect people with opportunities to support our community. Last year, the Volunteer Select website had a total of 29,432 page views, 78.9% of those were new visitors. Volunteer Select connected more than 180 registered agencies and 1,506 active volunteers to local opportunities. Visit volunteerselect.org to find out how you can give back to our community.
HAVE YOU SEEN A BOOK NOOK?
Look around and you might find one of the more than 50 Book Nooks throughout Alachua County. This initiative encourages people to read by providing free books to children and adults through bookshelves placed in the community.
TOYS FOR TOTS VOLUNTEERS CONNECTED VIA VOLUNTEER SELECT
Toys for Tots in Alachua County is a local initiative in partnership with United Way of North Central Florida, SWAG Resource Center and the US Marine Corps. Last year, 2-1-1 connected the families of 750 children with United Way’s Toys for Tots Program.
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YOU GAVE YOUR TIME
VOLUNTEER AFFINITY GROUPS – WHAT DO THEY DO? When you give, you give selflessly. That’s what we’ve learned from the increase in volunteer hours year over year. Our community members care about each other and continuously prove that by volunteering their time and talent. We cannot thank you enough! We strengthen our community by creating opportunities for Leadership Donors to engage with our mission and work together to help people. Connecting people and building relationships through these affinity groups helps our community Live United.
United Way President & CEO Deborah Bowie with Woman United Co-Chair Kathryn Lancaster
EMPOWERING CHANGE ADVOCATES Women United Did you notice the new name? This year, we were excited to bring this group of leaders into better alignment with United Way Worldwide and show North Central Florida what Women United can do. This is a movement of women Leadership Donors, who are uniting to create opportunities for a better life for all. Find them on Facebook: facebook.com/WomenUnitedUWNCFL
2015-2016 Women United Executive Committee WU Steering Committee Co-Chairs Laura Gunter, TD Bank Kathryn Lancaster, Edward Jones Steering Committee Jennifer Blades, AvMed Sarah Carlson, University of Florida Andrea McClintic, Enterprise Holdings Julieanne McGuinness, Crosslinear Alexandra Roque, University of Florida Carre Saunders, University of Florida Debbie Sorgi, COX Theresa Spurling-Wood, Alachua County Public Schools
10,505 TOTAL VOLUNTEER HOURS... 10 You Give UWNCFL
OCTOBER DAY OF ACTION
OTHER ACTIVITIES (including affinity groups like WU, ELU)
Make a difference in your community, volunteer today: volunteerselect.org
Volunteers chomping with Alberta during the First Annual Volunteer Appreciation Reception
THE NEXT GENERATION OF PHILANTHROPIC LEADERS Emerging Leaders United This group provides an opportunity for young professionals to build relationships with each other and our community, while learning valuable lessons about leadership. Emerging Leaders United connects people through professional development, educational opportunities and volunteering/networking events. A shared purpose of making our community a better place strengthens the unity of these young leaders. ELU Steering Committee Paulette Alvarez, Nationwide Insurance Jared Beasley, Enterprise Holdings Cat Ferris, Nationwide Insurance Dr. Melissa Johnson, University of Florida Kat Kitching, Enterprise Holdings Ivelisse Munoz, Alachua County Sheriff’s Office Jeanette Porro-Gough, AvMed Kim Slone, Enterprise Holdings
I LOVE VOLUNTEERING. IT’S A GREAT WAY TO MEET MORE PEOPLE, GATHER VALUABLE EXPERIENCE. – XINXIN LIU VITA VOLUNTEER
Connect with Emerging Leaders United, on Facebook: facebook.com/EmergingLeadersUnitedUWNCFL
ELU members volunteering during Toys for Tots
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We are so grateful for every business that participates in our Workplace Campaigns. With more than 60 percent of our revenue – money that earns a return of three dollars for every one dollar given – we count on these campaigns to make an impact on people’s lives, every day. Associates from our top campaign, Publix, during their Day of Action at Grace Marketplace
TOP 50 WORKPLACE CAMPAIGNS $100,000 AND MORE
Publix Super Markets, Inc............................. $618,000 Shands HealthCare........................................$314,612 Nationwide Insurance...................................$250,487
Alachua County Tax Collector...........................$8,955 United Way of North Central Florida..................$8,011 Alachua County Library District........................$7,750 Macy’s...............................................................$7,663 Florida Blue......................................................$7,000 TD Bank............................................................ $6,581 SiVance, LLC......................................................$6,397 Koss-Olinger Financial Group............................$6,343 ALICO Nursery...................................................$6,056 Vystar................................................................$5,603 Target Stores, #0687........................................ $5,361 Dillard’s.............................................................$5,337 Bear Archery......................................................$5,273 WCJB-TV20........................................................$5,000 Dollar General...................................................$5,000 JCPenney...........................................................$4,806 Early Learning Coalition of Alachua County.....$4,779 Belk...................................................................$4,698 The Gainesville Sun.......................................... $4,316 Gainesville Agency Catholic Charities............... $4,102 Regions Bank....................................................$3,942 Water and Air Research....................................$3,700 FedEx................................................................ $3,618 Alachua County Clerk of Circuit Court.............. $3,301 North Central Florida Planning Council............ $3,198 Peaceful Paths.................................................. $3,124
$50,000–$99,999 RTI Biologics...................................................$79,922 Enterprise Holdings........................................$79,836 AvMed Health Plans........................................$64,934 GRU................................................................. $59,771
$25,000–$49,999 Alachua County Public Schools......................$48,836 City of Gainesville...........................................$35,955 Campus USA Credit Union..............................$35,606 UPS.................................................................$29,530 Wells Fargo..................................................... $29,001 Santa Fe College.............................................$25,993
$10,000–$24,999 Infinite Energy................................................. $21,278 Enterprise Rent-A-Car...................................... $21,067 North Florida Regional Medical Center........... $18,000 Florida Food Service....................................... $15,600 Bank of America............................................. $15,494 O2B Kids......................................................... $14,622 M & S Bank.....................................................$11,736 Saliwanchik, Lloyd & Eisenschenk..................$11,678 Duke Energy.................................................... $10,438 NORDSTROM................................................... $10,433 Alachua County Administration.......................$10,415
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DONORS 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 peoples’ 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:
OUR LEADERSHIP DONORS PLATINUM LEVEL DONORS ($5,000–$9,999) William Bryson Brian and Julie Hutchison James J. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Pollitt Randy & Sally Scott Tom & JoAnne Young
DIAMOND LEVEL DONORS ($2,500–$4,999) Irene Alexaitis Dr. & Mrs. Ronald J. Cain Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wacker David Currey Riley O. Ford Sam & Deborah Goforth Edward and Jennifer Jimenez Thomas Everett Johns Evan and Priscilla Jones Gerald & Kathryn L. Kidder Keith Koford Scott R. Koons Joyce Krajnovich Jeff & Judy Laake Ed & Laurie Lenhart Lee Wilkinson Marshall Louisea Pittman Wendy & Steven Resnick Randy & Patricia Stuart Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sweeney Jenna White
EMERALD LEVEL DONORS ($1,500–$2,499)
Kay and David Ayers Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Gallagher Ken & Linda McGurn Paul & Evelyn McKnight Dharma Endowment Foundation
Charles E. Behl Dr. Tammy Bennett Brad and Debbie Bentley Dr. & Mrs. Marvin S. Berk Russ & Arzella Blackburn Deborah V. Bowie Mr. and Mrs. James E. Clayton Jr. Robert Cook Joseph R. Costa Frank E. Davis Margaret M. Downey Paul E. Folkers Christopher Fuller Jon & Cathy Gardner Harvey Goldstein Todd J. Gregory Lamar Hatcher Jr., D.D.S. Ryan Holland Clarence B. Hyde Joel & Nan Islam
LouAnn Kapper Dean & Mary Kelley Alan Kloman Kenneth & Rebekah Kurdziel Maggie Labarta, Ph.D. Christian J. Long Carolyn Lukert Thomas Mareci and Debra Neill-Mareci The McClintic Family Jimmy and Maddie McDavid Bill and Laura Northcutt Janice Peacock Gregg and Jeanne Perry David & Regina Richardson Steve Richter James M. Roberts Lawrence W. Roose Michael & Sabrina Roper Roger Rose Tonya M. Ross Marian B. Rush Dr. and Mrs. Jackson N. Sasser Christopher S. Schenck Jason Shank Koven and Ginny Smith Stan and Rita Smith Drs. John C. and Rita E. Sutherland Maureen Tartaglione Lonnie E. Tetstone Scott and Dorothy Thomas Michael J. Timmes Dr. Gordon H. Tremaine Ronald Umpleby Barry and Abby Wagner Colleen and Mark Warring Karen A. Williams Robert Klemans and Risa Wray
GOLD DONORS ($1,000–$1,499) Mr. Greg Adams Larry W. Albritton Joseph Armstrong Sherry Augustine Guy Bair Craig W. Bakuzonis Abbie Barfield Chad Barnes Natasha Barnett Ms. Sharon E. Batie Jared S. Beasley Ivy M. Bell Jerry W. Benton Edward and Melinda Bielarski Scott and Jennifer Blades Amy L. Blanchard Tim Bloodworth Dr. Tina Smith & Dr. Ed Bonahue
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“I DO IT FOR THE CHILDREN. I LOVE KNOWING THAT WHAT I GIVE BETWEEN MY WORKPLACE DONATIONS AND MY TIME IS IMPACTING A CHILD/CHILDREN NOW AND FOR THEIR FUTURE.” – KIM SLONE, UNITED WAY LEADERSHIP DONOR
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Ed and Lori Book Charles Brabham Anna Michelle Cox Marquise D. Brathwaite Pete and Sharon Breitinger Victor L. Brennan Robin L. Brown Darryl R. Brown Rhea D. Broyles Casey E. Buddle Anthony F. Buige Aaron J. Butler Justin C. Byrd Anita K. Cacciotti Sarah M. Cafarelli Esther Carbon Kari Cassel Christine Cassisi Marina T. Cecchini Thomas Chmielewski Janet L. Christie Mark and Jaqueline M. Crews Charles Danley Daniel J. Danley Lynne McLean Davis Dr. James R. Dearing Frank P. Dola Amanda R. Douglass Joan Marie Drane LJ Duncan F. Charles & Dorothy Duryea Mary Lou & Donald Eitzman Kyle B. Erickson John J. Farrell Mr. Alan P. Fehlner David & Cassie Fernandez Arthur J. Florio Emily D. Fourman Vilma E. Fuentes Heather M. Fullen Charles Gainer Judy Geroni Denny Gies Danny and Karen Gilliland John M. Graney April Green Dr. Jesse F. and Barbara J. Gregory Sarah Grimes W. Scott and Beverly Griseck Greg and Dr. Mary C. Grooms Guy Grover Marybeth Hammond Ms. Natalie A. Harris Elizabeth M. Hayes Dwight O. Hersey Byron J. Hopkins Ray & Rhonda Hoskavich Brandie L. Hudecek Julian and Denise Huggins John I. Hunter Marilyn & Jim Islam Karen Johnson & Ann Gill Freedlengton Joseph Andrew Kahn Marie Kasprow Ted and Debbie Kellermann Candice A. King Robert J. King
Kirk and Michelle Klein Mr. & Mrs. Donald Koons Bill & Mary Koss Craig Lange The Lanzillotti Family Foundation Kathryn F. Lehman Gloria P. Lipori Jerry M. Little Joseph Lusher Carol and Les Magee Janna Theresa Magette Matthew S. Martinez Susan Mathison Tina and Tim Matsubara Logan McBride Dora E. McDonald Curtis D. and Monica McMillen Joanne W. McNeil Brian Joseph Moses Scarlott Mueller Ray Mullins Sky Murrin Kevin & Lisa Muth Robert & Jen Nappo Mr. and Mrs William D. Olinger, III Sandra and Bill Olinger Mr. Michael Ouligian Hollis Owens David E. Owens Kathryn Parker Melissa Patton Roque Perez Velez Larry Pitcher Bill & Kem Poe Amanda Pote Mr. and Mrs. John Power Brian V. Powers Dr. Kathleen Reilly Philip A. Restuccia Diana Leigh Richardson Bradley Rogers Mrs. Becky Rountree Jack Sameck Pete & Yvonne Scammacca Edward A. Schmidt Lloyd E. Scoggin Toby Sembower Adam Service Anne & Joe Shands Robert and Andrea Shaw Paul Shealy Brian & Wendy Sheehan Ken Simmons Dennis Z. Smith Elizabeth S. Sommer Theresa A. SpurlingWood, LEED AP Steve and Karen Stagliano John K. Stephen Brian Sterling Joel H. Stratton Michael B. Stubee Jill Michelle Sumfest William L. Swift Jeffrey W. Thompson Mr. & Mrs. Bobby Tibbs Katie M. Tidwell Michele and Rick Venick Sandra A. Vincent
Alissa Meade Voils Lewis and Dana Walton Catherine A. Weaver Rebecca Ruth Williams James Willis Julie Zhu & Paul Xia
SILVER DONORS ($750–$999) Mrs. Tarin L. Acaron Linda Salyer Allen Mark Jospeh Amox Richard D. Armitage Dr. Lisa R. Armaour Shellie A. Banfield Shawn and Lymaris Barger John C. Barli Dr. Theresa Beachy Monica M. Benson Peter A. Berry Amanda Page Bettencourt Janice Bird Kathy Birthisel & Michelle Ortiz Kathleen V. Black Christie Blakely Thomas H. and Jenese J. Bolduc Jennifer Bonacci Catherine S. Bonthron Naima Brown, PhD Adam Buddle Joseph Burns Lior Busel William Bush B. Joy Butler John H. Byrd Jo Caldwell Cheryl Calhoun William Cassarly Ann M. Christoffersen Merari Clairmont Jennifer and Anthony Clarizio Ryan C. Clark Karen E. Coffey Clete D. Collum Mindy L. Combs Margaret Crawford Thomas R. Crosby Larry and Veta C. Cumbaa John A. Cusack Anne D’Amico Don L Davis Dino Deleo John P. Dickerson Joann Dorval Adrian & Patricia Dovell Patricia L. Dugan Kristina L. Dunn Wanda J. English Chauncey and Rose Fagler Susan L. Flynn Melissa Fox Dennis Fuller Joyce Galvez Mark Gardner Angela L. Georgalis Kenneth Gerds Virginia L. Gibson Todd Goede Mrs. Joey A. Goodman
Doria R. Gordon Megan E. Gray Ms. Ana M. Green James Green Laura M. Gunter Mr and Mrs. Thomas J. Hampson Diana S. Handros Simone Harbert Ms. Debbie L. Hicks Randy Harmatz Jill Harper James Shelden Harper Ceann M. Harris Adam Hart Caroline Hartill Tina C. Hayes Michelle Hernandez Juan Lazaro Herrera Josh and Jenny Highlander Kerry A. Hodge Susan C. Horton Wiley Horton Ervin L. Horton William D. Hudson Michael K. Hughes Kenneth and Jennifer Hunt Osvaldo R. Hunter Mr. Jesse K. Irby Christopher A. Isaac Carolyn Larnese Jackson-Christie Kelly Jean M. Jacobitz Kimberly D. Jamerson Taft Jasper Erin M. Jaszczak Dr. Mark A. and Jacqueline M. Johnson Ms. Deborah Johnson Melissa and Pete Jones Susan Keating Stephanie A. Kelley John W. Kimlinger Jasen A. Kloeppel Gail Meredith Knowland Laura Knudson Mrs. Andrea M. Koff Laura Kowalczyk Kendra L. Kuck Philip M. Lambert Philip and Kathryn Lancaster Kevin D. Lane Cara M. Lashley Belinda Lauderdale Jeffrey & Leeann Lee Shannon L. Lewis Duke Consul Lim Barbara N. Limbaugh Jeff Lloyd Justin M. Locke Ms. Nicole Looney Diana Lovett Lyle Luedeman Duncan S. Maahs Janice A. Mackenzie Cassandra Marcelle Beth & Ken Maree Peggy Marke Kevin W. Martinez Charles J. McGinn Anthony R. Mcloughlin
John J. McMahon John C. McNeely Anne Meiring Du Nguyen Meyer Deborah & Buddy Miller William C. Miller Matthew M. Miller Madeleine & Joseph Mills Susan Mistretta Stephanie L. Mitchell Carlos Molina Lynn and Toby Monaco Jennifer Lee Myles Kelly Jo Nugent Theresa A. O’Connell Dana Ottaviano Robert D. Pankow Jim Parker Angela E. Perry Tresa M. Petty-Edwards Megian Pfau Jennifer L. Pohl Marguerite M. Polkowski Jeanette A. Porro-Gough Gwen Qualizza Todd Eugene Ragland Patricia A. Rayos Mary Lynn Reeves Jeff and Amy Register Rhoden Family David Richardson Debbie Robins Michelle Leigh Robinson Paul M. Robinson Kimberly Anne Rose Daniel Neil Rose Candace Louise Rouse Mildred Mae Russin Ms. Carline Saintlouis Nancy and David Saliwanchik Benjamin Sanders Dane Santiago Lori K. Scott Joe Shaw Bill Shepherd Shannons R. Shupak Debra Sirota Joshua A. Slocum Kimberly A. Slone Stacey Small Rachel K. Smith Amy Latrell Smith Andrew Smithson Travis L. Soliday John M. South Shane M. Spicer William T. Stormant Sue Sutton-Jones Mai Hoang Ta Dan and Dalene Tandy James Thackrey Jeff and Jody Thieman Eric B. Tholen Jaime Renee Thomas Mr. David W. Thompson Greg C. Thomson Theodora A. Thomson John Varela Robin P. Waite
Mary Walsh Dawn Watkins Brian Watson Helen Welsh Lygia Denese Williams Ms. Tangelisha L. Williams Winston Williams Patricia Ann Wright Susan M. Wright Robert and Norinda Yancey Guy & Martha York Lisa J Youngblood Cheryl A. Zirger Lynne Zirkelbach
UF CAMPAIGN FOR CHARITIES SENIOR LEADERSHIP SOCIETY ($10,000 AND ABOVE) Joe & Pat Alba Jeremy N. Foley Dr. Wesley K. Fuchs David Guzick & Donna Giles Chris & Liz Janiszewski Bernie & Chris Machen Gary & Laura McGill Dr. Douglas E. and Dr. Pamela S. Soltis
PLATINUM LEVEL DONORS ($5,000–$9,999) Dr. Cammy R. Abernathy and Dr. Stephen J. Pearton Michael Arnold William A. Bomberger Zina L. Evans Mark Andrew Fenster Joe Glover Dave & Judy Kratzer Charles E. Lane Lucinda Lavelli Marian Limacher, M.D. and Tim Flynn, M.D. Diane H McFarlin Lynda Tealer D D Warfield Michael & Betty Wolf Charles Wood and Maureen Keller-Wood
DIAMOND LEVEL DONORS ($2,500–$4,999) Jane and Steve Adams Sheri Austin Henry and Susan Baker Dr. Libby F. Brateman Carolyn and David Brown Kimberly Browne Martha and Floyd Thompson and Family Jeannie Cimiotti Roy Curtiss, III Curt and Coleen DeGroff Kelly D. Foote, M.D. Mr. Larry J. Fowler Dr. Frederick J. Fricker William A. Friedman
Danette and Michael Good Dave and Laura Gruber Paul and Maggie Gulig Jonathan Hamilton Stephanie Hanson Jeff and Sarah Harrison Ann & Marc Heft Carolyn K. Holland Mr. Robert F. Howard, Jr. Mr. Stephen C. Howard Ms. Leighton R. James Julie Johnson Douglas F. Johnson Daniel Logan, M.D. Melinda Jeanne McAdams Anna M. McDaniel Michael and Rebecca McKee Dr. James L. McLeskey Sven A. Normann Winfred M. Phillips Michael B. Reid The Ropers Laura A. Rosenbury Judy Russell Linda C Sanchez Kayser Enneking & Mark Scarborough Dr. Consuelo Soldevila Pico Dr. Nancy Waldron Dr. Michael F. Weigold Linda and Adam Wendling Tim White & Mary Duryea R. Stan Williams, M.D.
EMERALD LEVEL DONORS ($1,500–$2,499) Rod & Beverly Bartlett Linda Bloom David C. Bloom David and Susan Burchfield Mary Kay Carodine Josephine E. Clark-Curtiss Debbie & Mike Conlon Alan and Nicole Cooke Stephen and Diane Craig Dr. Erik Deumens Betty Dunckel Tony & Michele Dunn Paul Gader and Libby Dunn Susan D. Gillespie Randall & Cavelle Grimes Melanie & Stephen Hagen Richard and Bobbi Henken Marion and Bruce Hoffmann Mrs. Karen A. Janicki Jeffrey and Debra Jones David and Cheryl Kays Brian and Elizabeth Keith Pramod & Seema Khargonekar Dr. Charles J. Kibert Mr. Steven P. Kirn Joe and Lucille Little Dr. Alfred S. Lewin Yuqing Li Joe and Lucille Little Maria Gutierrez Martin Jeanna Mastrodicasa and Clay Sweger Greg McEachern
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Drs. William M. & Nancy P. Mendenhall Dan Miller Linda Morgan Dr. Rose M. Nealis Dr. David P. Norton Donna and George O’Connor Donald and Virginia Pemberton Elisabete & Roberto Pereira Ann Progulske-Fox and William D. Fox Michael Riley Michael Sagas Gail Sasnett Ruth & Mark Sherwood Dietmar Siemann Patricia Snyder Brad & Debra Staats Mr. Bruce K. Stechmiller Kathryn A. Stofer Elaine and Colin Sumners Dan & Karen Talham Drs. Craig & Trish Tapley John T. Toner, Jr. Edward & Kate Wilkinson Laura A. Wilson Randall C. Wright Dr. Jinhong Xie
GOLD DONORS ($1,000–$1,499) Mr. John D. Abbitt, III David Allred and Elizabeth Dudenhausen Lori J. Altmann Doug & Linda Archer Margaret Atherton Dr. Ikramuddin Aukhil Harold Barrand Russell M. Bauer Michael W. Binford Dr. Michael V. Bowie Becky Burleigh Dr. Dale F. Campbell Frederick P. Cantrell Catherine W. Carey Drs. Lawrence and Janet Caruso Jacqueline Castagno, M.D. Frank and Jane Catalanotto Denise Chichester Jeff & Pam Chorlog Stuart and Charna Cohn Bryan Cooke Kirsten Cooke Linda B. Cottler Mr. Daniel D. Crisman Sally and George Dawson David and Jean Day Mr. Richard D. Delker Bon Dewitt Terri Dildine Matthew and Andria Doty Paul and Margo Duncan Robert S. Egerman Dr. Margaret U. Fields Timothy R. Fitzgerald Dr. Jeffrey R. Fitzsimmons Leslie Bram and Mark Flannery Dr. Marcia W. Funderburk
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Bill and Susan Gair Ms. Claire M. Germain Micaela Gibbs Glenn E. Good Anthony R. Gregg Dr. Jesse F. Gregory, III Ms. Maria C. Gurucharri Mary Ann Hagler Karen Karisse Hamilton Ruth E. Harris James & Diane Heaney Mr. Robert Michael Hill Dr. Lynne W. Holt Laura Huntley Margaret James Judith A. Johnson Drs. William & Carol Ritzen Kem Mr. & Mrs. Charles Koenig Amie Kreppel Ms. Sarah Laibstain Richard and Rachel Lutz John and Lucia Madey Nikolaus R. McFarland Sue McGorray Janin Menendez David Meurer Tom J. Mitchell Myra F. Morgan Mr. Dale A. Morris Mr. Steven Munger Brad O’Hara Judith & William Page Dr. Marco Pahor John T. Patterson Dr. Michael and Renee Perfit Michael G. Perri Scott K. Powers Richard J. Rathe Ms. Mary K. Reinhard Mr. Curtis A. Reynolds Dr. David E. Richardson Lori & Mark Robinson Jennifer Annette Rowland Desmond and Nadine Schatz and Family Beverly Sensbach Jen D. Shaw Dr. Elizabeth A. Shenkman Toby and Christine Shorey Jeremy W. Sibiski Pierre Sikivie Cynthia Chennault Paul Sindelar and Alyson Adams Glenn E. Smith Karen M. Smith, M.D. Dr. Tina Smith & Dr. Ed Bonahue Venita Sposetti & Larry Rooks Dr. Arun Srivastava Neil & Robyn Sullivan Dr. Deborah M. Treise Deborah W. Vincent Dr. Kenneth B. Wagener Michael Weaver Cheryl Webber David & Vangi Weiner Mr. Alan West Norris & Nancy Williams John and Fran Wingard Mary & Mark Wise Ms. Marie Zeglen
SILVER DONORS ($750–$999) Tammy Aagard Ms. Julie S. Baines Dr. B. Hudson Berrey, Jr. Tara M. Blythe Joyce Bono Jesse & Pidge Boyles Mary B. Brown Ms. Ambar Yajaira Cano David E. and C. Jeanne Carlson Susan Crowley Ms. Melissa S. Curry Dr. Laurie K. Davies Lawrence C. Dodd Walter E. Drane William T. Driebe, M.D. & Family Elias & Michele Eldayrie Mr. & Mrs. Duke Emerson Dr. J. Bert Flanegan Nancy and Maurice Giunta Karen and Jeff Grater Jaime A. Gresley John S. Gresley, III Dr. Scott K. Griffiths Alice Harmon Linda Hayward Arthur F. Hebard Shehla Islam Ms. Rebecca J. Jefferson Doug and Sheila Jones Dr. Joe & Pam Joyce Dr. Gail Kauwell & Peter Johnson Mr. Thomas C. Ladun Ms. Jaime R. Little Mrs. Susan C. Luther Bruce & Jeannette MacFadden Kevin and Marlene Marshall Mr. Mark A McCallister Wayne T. McCormack Brian and Cheryl Mikell Ms. Jessica E. Mrozinske Rebecca Martin Nagy Ranga Narayanan Stephanie and Chris Nielsen Ms. Audrey A. Nowicki Ms. Elizabeth Outler Dr. Nick T. Place Stephen J. Pritz, Jr. and Patrice C. Moore Laura Robertson Mrs. Melanie H. Ross Harriet and Jeffrey Roth Dr. Constance L. Shehan Lynn and Andrea Sollenberger Mike Spranger & Karen Blyler Catherine L. Striley Dr. Patrica A. Travis Anastasia Ulanowicz Mr. Frank Varosi Dr. Peggy Wallace Dr. Stanton K. Wesson Andrew Wolpert Dr. Mary E. Young Nicole C. Yucht
COPPER DONORS ($500–$749) Mr. Jerome Able Ms. Karen Z. Adamson Abi Adewumi
Mavis Agbandje-McKenna Ms. Kim P. Ahrens Sherry Ahrentzen Miles Albertson Anne L. Allen Wayne Archer Dr. Patrica T. Ashton Derrick & Shelia Bacon Bala & Uma Balachandar Dr. Carol S. Bates Darren J. Baxley Kevin E. Behrns Christine A. Best Neel & Anu Bhattacharyya Scott & Jennifer Blades Dr. Linda B. Bobroff Steven and Marcia Bourdon David and Susan Bowles Mrs. Heather L. Bradley Dr. Beverly A. Brady Dr. Jeffrey K. Brecht Mrs. Yvonne B. Brinson Ms. Elizabeth Brooks Babette Brumback Ms. Dianne T. Bryant C. Michael & Deborah Bucci Dr. Jorg Bungert Jacob and Katharine Burks Robert and Margareth Buschbacher Brian D. Cain Mr. Jonathon W. Cannon Ms. Amy M. Cantrell The Caruthers Family Charlotte and Paul Chadik Susan D. Chandler Jim “El Guapo” Chichester Ms. Lori K. Christiansen Dr. Nancy Chrystal-Green Mr. Jeffrey M. Citty Mr. Thomas L. Clanton Mr. Matthew J. Collins Dr. Patti C. Crawford Dan Cromer Dr. John B. Dame Mr. Thomas M. Dana Jeffrey Davis Carmen Diana Deere Dr. Matthew Dennis Dr. Nancy D. Denslow Larry & Colleen Di Matteo Dr. Richard B. Dickinson Keith Diem Mingzhou Ding Ms. Linda B. Dixon Ms. Grace L. Dixon Dr. Calogero Dolce Frank S. Dowdle Dr. William P. Duff Ms. Jane E. Ellis Ernesto R. Escoto Dorothy L. Etienne Ms. Adrienne J. Fagan Dr. Richard L. Fearn Ms. Gabrielle K. Fellenz Howie Ferguson & Family Mr. Francis Ferguson Ms. Frances R. Fiorello Dr. Norman G. Fitz-Coy
Ms. Alyson C. Flournoy Chris Forsmark Dr. Jose A Fortes Ms. Julie S. Frey Mr. Henry T. Frierson Dr. Jason S. Fromm Paula and Greg Fussell Suzanne L. Gable Ms. Jane M. Gannon Ms. Margaret G. Gaylord Anthony W. Giardino Susan Goffman and Bill Abrams Jim Gorske Wendy Graham Dr. Ralph R. Grams Linda G. Green Dr. Cynthia C. Griffin Dr. Marcio Guelmann & Dr. Ariela Notzer-Guelmann Freddie Richard Guyer Ms. Diane L. Hammock Eileen Handberg Mr. Daniel P. Hanson Dr. Lynda F. Hayes Mr. Richard C. Heipp Mr. Gregg A. Henderschiedt Mr. Rodger E. Hendricks Ms. Stacey J. Higgins Erin C. Hodge Greg and Amanda Hodges Rob and Angie Holland John and Sarah Houder Mrs. Diana L. Hull Ms. Robin R. Hull-Kress Dr. Barys V. Ihnatsenka Donna Rowland Dr. Ma Ingyinn Dr. Susan Jacobson Ms. Lisa Jefferson Dr. Richard D. Johnson Dr. Pierce H Jones Sriram Kalyanaraman Dr. Kevin P. Keating Ms. Kristina J. Kirmse Mary Jo Koroly Mr. Brian J. Kuhl Michael and Tomiko Kutyna Dr. Anthony J. Ladd Steve and Barb Landay Ms. Jan M. Large Dr. Lynn H. Leverty Dr. Julie K. Levy Dr. Linda T. Le-Wendling Lyrissa & Howard Lidsky Judith Lightsey Jim and Angela Lindner Barbara E. Lindsey Mrs. Rebecca Y. Lovely Ms. Joanna Lowenstein Manola Luque William C. Mann Cheryl May Dr. Dorothy J. McCawley Jamie McCloskey Ms. Leslie E. McElvey Robert McKenna Mr. Timothy E McLendon Silvia Menendez & Jeffrey Harman Denis J. Mercier
Thomas E. Metcalfe, Jr. Jon & Beth Mills Michael and Jeannene Mironack Martha Monroe and Tom Harris Michael R. Morse Ms. Peggy C. Myers Chris & Maureen Needles Danita D. Nias Jerelyn A. Nick Dr. Susan Nimmo Alva J. Nims Allison J. Novak Mr. James Ogles Stacey Oliver Linda Orfield Mrs. Kim M. Pace Dr. Victoria E. Pagan-Wolpert Donna M. Parker, M.D. Mr. Philip T. Pharr Ms. Tracey D. Phillips Dr. Diane Porter-Roberts Norman E. and Margaret B. Portillo Lou Powers Robin E. Poynor Beckie Preston Dr. Cindy A. Prins Dr. Francis E. Putz Peihua Qiu Kenneth H. Rand Ms. Delayne F. Redding John Regenfuss Karen E. Rice Shayna E. Rich Dr. Paul S. Richards Pablo Rios Kellie Ritari Mrs. Rodlee E. Ritter Daniel & Talia Rogers Ms. Janet Romrell Dr. Eric I. Rosenberg Jonathan H. Rubin Dr. Sandra L. Russo, Ph.D. Dr. Kathleen A. Ryan Susan Schaffer Ms. Tiffany M. Schmidt Ms. Barbara L. Sedesse Mr. Eric J. Segal David J. Segura Randy E. Settle Mr. Alexander D. Sevilla Dr. Judith P. Shoaf Ms. Ellen J. Sikes Rodrigo C. Silva, M.D. Drs. Christopher and Isabel D. Silver Harriet M. & Sam Stafford Keith and Linda Stanfill Mr. Randall A. Staples Ruth L. Steiner Ms. Marie Steinwachs Mr. Mark D. Sterling Mrs. Teresa L. Stevens Mr. Donald W. Stevenson Ms. Taryn L. Stoffs Ms. Melissa McGee Stuckey Ms. Theresa M. Sturzenbecker Ms. Alisha P. Tabag Dr. David B. Tanner
Kay Middleton Tappan Mark Taylor Mr. Nathaniel Terrell, Jr. Bob and Adrienne Thieke Mr. James D. Thomas Ms. Michelle D. Tillander Scott and Jill Tomar Dr. Gladys M. Torres, M.D. Jalie A. Tucker Dr. Stanislav Uryasev Ms. Michelle V. Van Leer Dr. Manuel A. Vasquez Dr. Thomas W. Vickroy Mr. Vladimir Vincek Wayne & Rhoda Wainwright Mr. Craig D. Warner Ms. Diane L. Weigle Teresa & Joseph Welch Chelsea A. Wilson Shen-Ling Xia Anthony T. Yachnis Dr. Lijun Yang Eric Young Ms. Cheri L. Zdziarski
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Small Business Partners attending UWNCFL’s annual Leadership Reception
United Way Small Business Partners give back to their community in a meaningful and easy to manage way. In total, their gifts have contributed more than $240,000 to the Community Investment Fund. Thank you to all of our Small Business Partners! 2 College Brothers, Wade Swikle A Personal Elf, Erica Castano Advanst Technologies, Kim Wolfmeyer Advantage Publishing, Scott Costello All Florida Personnel, Gregg Haas Allison Ables Real Estate, Allison Ables Ambiance Salon, Heidi Reichardt A’vie Events, Angela Renick Banks Carroll Group, Ashley Banks Barre Forte, Brinn Strange Blu Dove Designs, Lisa Renshaw Bogin, Munns & Munns, Phil Kabler Cartridge World, David DiEugenio Charles Berg Enterprises, Cindy LaCoste Chef Ami, Matt Dickhaus Clear Sounds Audiology, Dr. Jagadish Swamy Coldwell Banker M.M. Parrish Realtors, Pam Havens Comfort 4U, Robert Frazier Conference Catalysts, Chris Dyer CordaRoy’s, Byron Young Crafty Bastards, Betty Brunson Crash Technicians, Nirav Shah Crosslinear Consulting, Bill Dorman Current Technology Solutions, Mark Bates Dermacare, Jennifer Barkley Dex Imaging, Chris Bates DL Hulse Consulting, Dwight Hulse Drotos Ryals Group, Dan Drotos Dust Duo, Cory Wise & Luigi Rodriguez Earthwise Pet Supply, Jeri Banta Eat the 80, Carlee Marhefka Education Station & Preschool, LLC, Kristin Birdsey Edward Jones, Cathy Aull Evergreen Lawn Care, Diane Scianimanico Federal Accountants & Tax Consultants, Edward Black Florida Capital Bank, Doug Pratt Folds & Walker, Alison Walker
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Gainesville Medical Centers, Tony & Jen Hernandez Gateway Bank, Gator Air & Energy, Richard Schollenberger Gift Certificates & More, Edward Lavagnino Giggle Magazine/Irving Publications, Shane & Nicole Irving Granny Nannies, Bruce Troll Greenberg Communications, David Greenberg Heckard Door Specialties, Heather & Barry Heckard Katsu Dojo Karate, Debbie Sorgi Keller Williams, Anna Olcese Kennard Ace Hardware, Adra Kennard KMS Media Solutions, Kim Snell Landmark Mortgage Planners, Fritz Reichardt Lang Jewelers, Matt & Stacy Lang Law Office of Ramona M. Chance, Ramona Chance Leonard Sprague Construction, Lenny Sprague Life Settlements of North Florida, Laura Hook Liquid Creative Studio, April & Scott Schroeder Lovin’ the Light Photography, Linda Bainter Lowry Financial Advisors, Joe Lowry, Jr. Maven Construction, Ashley Finnegan McGriff Williams Insurance, Chris Floyd Medicare Advantage & Health Insurance, Victor Hazy Mini Maid, Carol Doak Mister Paper, Shane Roach Mowitz Title, LLC, Justin Mowitz My IT Master, Boris Kuchuk N2 Publishing, Anne Aulisio Nature Coast Insurance, Reese Rowland New Scooters 4 Less, Collin Austin Newberry Animal Hospital, Katie Hill North Florida Technology Consultants, Mark Bates Northwestern Mutual, Chani & Miles Leslie Northwestern Mutual, Joe Belgrade
Parent Dental Group, Rick Parent Paychex, Hannah Moron Pet Paradise, Michelle Dimaggio Philip Marcel Photography, Philip Turner Po’ Boys Seafood & Grille, Neil Lawson Pomodoro Café, Paul D’Alto Powell Chiropractic Health Center, Dr. Geoff Powell Power Production Management, Jason Gonos Procare Janitorial Services, Steven Camps, Sr. Quality Designworks, Heather Nazworth Quality Plumbing, Bryan Nazworth Raintree Graphics, Brian Knepp Re/Max Professionals, Gary Thomas Reggae Shack Café, Omar & Arpita Oselimo Regis HR Group, Leanna Iacobellis Sandy’s Upscale Retail, Sandy Thompson Schneider & Associates, Paul Schneider Servpro Alachua County West, Mark & Becky Raymond Sexton & Schnoll, Marc Schnoll Sunbelt Moving & Delivery, Marty Goodkind Sweetwater Branch Inn, Cornelia Holbrook Targeted Training Solutions, Kurt Morauer The Best Restoration, Jorge Villalobos The JAG Agency, Tricia Garzon The Little Cleaning Fairy, Stephanie Hall The Master’s Lawn Care, Rusty Thompson The Sustainable Design Group, Mary Alford Tower Publications, Charlie Delatorre Treweek Insurance, Tim Treweek Tucker Chiropractic, Dr. Charles Tucker Two Head Video, Mary Beth Head txtsignal, Matt Donovan UF Mover Guys, Brad Stumpff & Jordan Speisman Union Home Mortgage, Joe Hancock VeneAuto Cars, Luis Giraldo Walter Agency, Walter Rubiera Waymaker Communications, Tracy Bachmann Xerographic Copy Center, Eric Hill
FINANCIAL RESOURCES/INVESTMENTS ASSETS Cash & Investments Campaign Pledges Receivable, net Other Assets Land, Building and Equipment
1,110,190 1,402,834 23,043 425,729
MONEY RAISED $4,463,921
United Way Workplace, Residential & Small Business Partners Campaigns
Sponsorships and In-Kind
LIABILITIES Accounts Payable Partner Program Investments Payable Designations Payable
76,166 1,000,000 638,577
TOTAL NET ASSETS
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS
Investment Income & Other
University of Florida Community Campaign
PUBLIC SUPPORT AND REVENUES Annual Campaign Community Impact Grants Sponsorships & In-Kind Investment Income, Administrative Fees & Other
3,165,775 67,379 131,961 107,389
TOTAL SUPPORT AND REVENUES
MONEY INVESTED $3,731,019
Investment in Community Programs by Volunteer Process
Investment in Community Programs by Donors
ALLOCATIONS AND EXPENSES Volunteer Process Allocations 958,333 Donor Directed Allocations 1,089,374 Grant Payments 277,848 Program Expenses 431,571 Management and General 352,030 Fundraising 515,618 Provision for Uncollectible 106,244 TOTAL ALLOCATIONS & EXPENSES
Direct Programs, Initiatives & Services
Fundraising & Ops (Fundraising & Mgmt/General)
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2015-2016 SPONSORS 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!
The following companies help us to hold the many events enjoyed by our donors. Thank you for your support! BBI Construction Management Florida Food Service Cox Communications Front Street Commercial Real Estate Group Pepsi Nationwide Insurance
COMMUNITY IMPACT PARTNERS
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ACORN Clinic Alachua County 4-H Alachua County Coalition for the Homeless & Hungry Boys & Girls Club of Alachua County, Inc. Bread of the Mighty Food Bank Catholic Charities Bureau, Inc. CDS Family & Behavioral Health Services, Inc. Central Florida Community Action Agency (CFCAA) Child Advocacy Center, Inc. Childrenâ€™s Home Society Early Learning Coalition of Alachua County Education Foundation of Alachua County ElderCare of Alachua County, Inc. Friends of the Micanopy Library GACTA Gilchrist County School Board Girls Place, Inc. Institute for Workforce Innovation Kids Count in Alachua County, Inc. North Central Florida YMCA, Inc. PACE Center for Girls Partnership for Strong Families Peaceful Paths Domestic Abuse Network, Inc. Reichert House St. Francis House, Inc. Suwannee River AHEC The Arc of Alachua County, Inc. The Guardian Foundation The Salvation Army Three Rivers Legal Services, Inc. UF Community Dentistry UF Healthy Families Alachua VETSPACE, Inc.
United Way of North Central Florida positively impacts the education, health and the financial stability of people living in our region.
To be the number one trusted choice in charitable giving that unites people to transform lives in North Central Florida.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Deborah V. Bowie, President & CEO Rhonda Johnson, Director of Operations Mary Broadfoot, Board Liaison & Human Capital Associate
Nick Banks, Front Street, Board Chair Jenna White, Enterprise Holdings, Inc., Vice Chair Kay Ayers, AvMed, Past Board Chair Dr. Ed Bonahue, Santa Fe College, Member-At-Large Dennis Gies, Community Volunteer, Ex-Officio Kenneth Kurdziel, James Moore & Company, Finance Chair Melanie Ross, UF Health, Member-At-Large
COMMUNITY IMPACT TEAM Norinda Rosario Yancey, Director of Community Impact Rahkiah Brown, ReadingPals Coordinator Jason Giancarlo, VITA Coordinator Angela Hutchings, Community Impact & Volunteerism Associate
DEVELOPMENT TEAM Dana Clayton, VP Resource Development Chris Wells, Director of Small Business Partners Chad McGinnis, Database Manager Bobby Nellis, Campaign Associate Summer Pitt, Campaign Associate Shereka Williams-O’Neal, Campaign Associate
COMMUNICATIONS & MARKETING TEAM Amy Azoulay, Senior Manager of Communications Nailah Summers, Communications Specialist
BOARD MEMBERS Tracy Bachmann, Waymaker Communications Bill Gair, University of Florida Jennifer Hunt, CAMPUS USA Credit Union Jackie Johnson, Alachua County Public Schools John Jopling, Dell Graham Lt. Brandon Kutner, Alachua County Sheriff’s Office Shaney Livingston, Alachua County Library District Kevin Monroe, Cox Communications Greg Moraski, Nationwide Arpita Oselimo, Reggae Shack Café Lisa Patton, Publix Brad Pollitt, UF Health Todd Powell, Weyerhaeuser John Power, Alachua County Tax Collector Doug Ray, Gainesville Sun/Ocala Star Banner Dr. Jen Day Shaw, University of Florida Dr. Patricia Snyder, University of Florida Scott Thomas, Infinite Energy John Varela, RTI Surgical
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