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the fabric of the community

The Spartanburg County Foundation 2005 Annual Report Your Spartanburg, Your Community Foundation


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A message from the Chairman and President of The Spartanburg County Foundation

ur theme for the 2005 Annual Report, is “Your Spartanburg, Your Community Foundation: weaving the fabric of the community.” We now know, more than ever, that a successful community foundation must open itself up to its community, engaging its donors and convening its volunteers while giving them a sense of ownership in how the foundation is spending its resources. We also know that the future for community foundations lies in establishing a leadership role in the community as an organization that you would want to support because of what the foundation is doing for the community. We would like to think that, if the foundation takes care of its community, its community will take care of the foundation. The Spartanburg County Foundation’s Core Funding Mission relates to education, arts and culture, historic preservation, health, social services, and recreation and youth activities. In the pages to follow, through photographs, donor stories and grant stories, we have attempted to give you insights into how our community foundation is helping to weave the fabric of the greater Spartanburg community. Community foundations across the country play a special role in their communities: providing grant funding to address issues, solving problems, taking advantage of opportunities and helping donors fulfill their own charitable giving goals. They are also called upon to provide leadership in multiple ways. As we reflect on the 2005 year, we are reminded that a community foundation’s success is highly dependent not only on the generosity of its donors, but also on the effectiveness of the many other non-profits and dedicated leaders throughout its community. We are privileged to witness this every day in our work with our community’s outstanding non-profit organizations and with our dedicated civic leaders committed to improving education, health care, social services, the arts, physical and economic development and green space. For 62 years, The Spartanburg County Foundation has used its financial resources, convening skills, and role as a community leader to enhance the quality of life in Spartanburg in all of these areas. We hope this Annual Report will give you a greater appreciation of the many ways in which this Foundation is touching the lives of countless people through our grant-making and leadership efforts on key community issues. We ask that you join us in celebrating the “quiet renaissance” that is taking place throughout our neighborhoods, our downtown and our region. We ask that you pause and think about what is new, exciting and different about Spartanburg today from just a short time ago. There is so much to celebrate and be thankful for, and yet there is much to do! It is the responsibility of each of us to give our very best to this community that we all cherish. We invite you to join us on this exciting and meaningful journey. It’s Your Spartanburg... It’s Your Community Foundation! Sincerely,

D. Chapman Johnston, Jr. Chairman

John H. Dargan President & CEO


The Book of Memory Fund The Book of Memory provides an opportunity for friends and family to make gifts to The Spartanburg County Foundation in memory of a loved one. These gifts become a part of the General Fund from which grants are made to support worthwhile charities in the community. The Book of Memory is on permanent display at The Spartanburg County Foundation, providing a meaningful way to pay lasting tribute to the memory of those so honored. NAMES INSCRIBED DURING 2005

Dr. Callis Jensen Anderson • Ila Levie Bagwell Carolyn Blackford • Marcelle G. Campbell Robert Lide Dargan, II • Marjo Ann Dorchak Bessie Jane Harrison Lindsey Gray Rita Hammond • Sgt. Stephen C. High Ellen Hicklin • Daniel S. Henderson, IV Walter “Cotton” Hobson • Calvert Manning Howell Dr. David Carlisle Hull • Theodore R. Johnson Mary Ann Camp McCraw • John Wills Moses, Col. USA Nancy Ellerbe Page • Jo Ann Marie Fickert Plummer Rose H. Rambow • Betty McDougal Richardson Johann Leopold Tobler, Jr. • Quenton L. Wood Robert L. Wynn, Jr.


The Spartanburg County Foundation 2005 Annual Report Table of Contents: Letter from the Chairman and President................................... Inside Front Cover The Year in Review..........................................................................................2 Leadership of The Spartanburg County Foundation............................................3 About The Foundation.....................................................................................4 Tips for Applying for Grants.............................................................................5 Planned Giving Initiatives................................................................................6 Statement of Financial Activity..........................................................................7 Donor Stories Caroline Virginia Pulliam Mitochondrial Disease Fund...................................... 8-9 Bobby Chapman Junior Golf Scholarship Foundation Fund.......................... 10-11 Back Country Revolutionary Heritage Project Fund....................................... 12-13 New Day, Inc. of Spartanburg Endowment Fund............................................. 14-15 Arts Partnership of Greater Spartanburg Capital Building Fund................... 16-17 Cleveland Park Restoration Fund..................................................................... 18-19

Grant Stories SOAR (Success Opportunity Achievement Reward) Academy ...................... 20-21 Piedmont Care, Inc............................................................................................ 22-23 Southside Unity in the Community.................................................................. 24-25 Ballet Spartanburg, Inc...................................................................................... 26-27 Spartanburg Interfaith Hospitality Network.................................................... 28-29 Beyond the Dollars: Community Leadership................................................... 30-31

Foundation Funds, Grants and Gifts Funds held at The Spartanburg County Foundation....................................... 32-37 Grants Awarded during 2005............................................................................. 38-41 2005 Gifts to The Spartanburg County Foundation........................................ 42-52

The Book of Memory................................................................Inside Back Cover

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The Year in Review Development v Our 2005 year reflected our total assets growing by $7.1 million to $77,436,050. During this past year we opened 30 new fund relationships bringing our total now under management to 653. We also experienced another positive year in our investment performance as our funds realized an 11.5 percent return further enabling our donors to expand their charitable pursuits. We now have experienced a 61 percent compounded investment growth over the last three years.

Capacity Building v Our Strengthening

Voices Initiative focuses on increasing the community’s capacity to address issues that deeply impact families throughout Spartanburg. It uses a four-pronged approach to address capacity building at the foundation level, the community level, the organizational level and the individual level. One of the most innovative strategies of this initiative is the Grassroots Leadership Development Institute, which focuses on capacity building at the individual level. Through this Institute, participants’ voices are strengthened as they become better equipped to be agents of change in their community. More than 40 individuals have completed this program since its inception in 2004.

2005 Strategic Spartanburg: Community Indicators VI funding partners Spartanburg County Government The Spartanburg County Foundation United Way of the Piedmont Donor Advised Funds of SCF City of Spartanburg Mary Black Foundation Milliken Foundation JM Smith Foundation Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System Foundation RR Donnelley & Sons Inman Riverdale Foundation BMW Manufacturing Duke Energy Foundation

Community Partnerships v In February 2005, The Spartanburg County Foundation and United Way of the Piedmont with generous support from 13 local funders (see sidebar) released Strategic Spartanburg: Community Indicators VI, which examines the many human services and social issues affecting Spartanburg County. These issues directly impact the growth, health and quality of life for all citizens in our community. In the sixth edition, we brought together the public, private and nonprofit sectors to establish community-wide goals to benchmark Spartanburg’s progress and collaborate and focus resources against community needs. This project could not have been accomplished without the financial support of our many community partners who enthusiastically offered their support and saw the potential to really make a difference in the community.

Leadership v Last year, the Foundation was in a position to facilitate the reconstruction of Main Street’s downtown city block between Hall Street and Alabama Street, as this new development would certainly benefit the economic growth of our downtown district. This called for the sale of our building, and we have been busy finalizing our plans to locate to our new offices on Kennedy Street. We are happy to inform you that we are well underway at this time. Our new offices will be more spacious and inviting to facilitate community meetings, enabling us to do a better job of convening our many constituents and their charitable pursuits.

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The 2005 year saw changes on the Board of Trustees as well. Mrs. Betty J. Montgomery retired from her Trusteeship in December 2005. Betty represented the family legacy of our Founder, Walter S. Montgomery, Sr., and during her seven years of service, she showed great dedication, loyalty and passion for the traditions and values that Mr. Montgomery instilled in this organization. Her knowledge and experience proved to be invaluable to this Board and staff during her time of service and her commitment to this Foundation was indeed appreciated. In December the Board elected our new Trustee, Ms. Jennifer C. Evins, who began her seven-year Trusteeship in January 2006. Jennifer’s community involvement and leadership skills bring great resources to the Board of Trustees, and we look forward to her service.


2005 Board of Trustees

John A. Harrill, Jr. Chairman

D. Chapman Johnston, Jr. Vice Chairman

Volunteer Committees Investment Advisory Committee

W.D. Bain, Jr. Walter M. Brice, III Sally D. Foster Robert E. Gregory, Jr. John A. Harrill, Jr. D. Chapman Johnston, Jr. Daniel H. Kahrs J. William Strickland Barry Wynn Scholarship Committee

Thomas G. Barnet Margaret P. Collins Thomas Moore Craig, Jr. Larry T. McGehee

Grants Review Committee

H. Walter Barre Thomas E. Hannah Clay H. Turner

Gift Evaluation Committee

H. Walter Barre Sally D. Foster Betty J. Montgomery

Sally D. Foster Treasurer

H. Walter Barre, II Secretary

Betty J. Montgomery Past Chairman

Thomas E. Hannah Trustee

Clay H. Turner Trustee

Former Trustees Henry Nelson Snyder 1944-1949 J. Choice Evins 1944-1945 David W. Anderson 1945-1950 Frank B. Vincent 1944-1951 MacFarlane L. Cates 1944-1952 W. Priestly Conyers, Jr. 1944-1953 Clifford B. Hayes 1944-1954 James A. Chapman 1944-1955 Walter S. Montgomery 1949-1956 Broadus R. Littlejohn 1951-1957 James T. Wardlaw 1952-1958 John M. Fleming, M.D. 1953-1959 J.W. Gaston, Jr. 1954-1960 Marshall C. Stone 1955-1961 Benjamin O. Johnson 1956-1962 Robert L. Dargan 1957-1963 Stanley W. Converse 1958-1964 Donald S. Russell 1959-1965 Oliver C. Carmichael, Jr. 1960 Erwin N. Darrin 1960-1962 Philip A. Buchheit 1962-1966 Wyndham S. Clark 1961-1967 Frederick B. Dent 1962-1968 Paul M. Smith 1963-1969 James A. Chapman, Jr. 1964-1970 Neville Holcombe 1965-1971 William G. Willard 1966-1969 L. Perrin Smith 1969-1972 George Dean Johnson, M.D. 1967-1973 Robert B. Olney 1968-1974 John C. Anderson 1969-1975 Robert M. Hicklin 1970-1976 Henry Gramling 1971-1977

Walter J. Brown 1972-1978 Percy C. Blackman 1973-1976 Walter Demopoulos 1977-1978 Stanley C. Converse 1978-1979 Thomas A. Evins 1974-1980 Walter S. Montgomery, Jr. 1975-1981 Frank H. Cunningham 1979-1981 Wallace W. Brawley 1976-1982 William L. Jeffords 1977-1983 J. Sidney Fulmer, M.D. 1978-1984 Everett C. Clarkson 1985-1986 Martha C. Chapman 1981-1985 MacFarlane L. Cates, Jr. 1979-1986 W.D. Bain, Jr. 1980-1987 Edward P. Perrin 1981-1988 John T. Wardlaw 1982-1989 Harry R. Phillips, Jr. 1983-1990 Richard H. Pennell 1986-1991 W. Marshall Chapman 1986-1992 John E. Keith, M.D. 1987-1993 Elaine T. Freeman 1988-1994 Kurt Zimmerli 1989-1995 Joab M. Lesesne, Jr. 1990-1996 Ben S. Willard 1991-1997 Robert V. Pinson 1992-1998 William Barnet, III 1993-1999 Arthur F. Cleveland, II 1994-2000 Marianna B. Habisreutinger 1995-2001 Frederick B. Dent. Jr, 1998-2002 Robert L. Wynn, III 1996-2002 Robert H. Chapman, III 1997-2003 Edward P. Perrin 2002-2004 Betty J. Montgomery, 1999-2005

Foundation Staff

John H. Dargan President & CEO

Mary L. Thomas Vice President, Programs

Michael J. DePetris Chief Financial Officer

Angela Smith Communications & Donor Services Associate

Jeanne A. Papst Grants Manager

Heather Ailstock Administrative Assistant

James W. Shaw General Counsel & Assistant Secretary

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About The Spartanburg County Foundation Mission Statement:

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he Spartanburg County Foundation is a community trust established for the purpose of promoting such charitable pursuits, as in the judgement of the Trustees of The Foundation, will best make for the mental, moral, intellectual and physical improvement, assistance, relief and well being of the citizens of the Greater Spartanburg County, South Carolina area.

Directions and Goals: • To use the financial resources of the Foundation for the advancement of education, arts and culture, historic preservation, health, social services, recreation and youth activities in Spartanburg County. • To be a catalyst for the establishment of endowments to benefit the citizens of Spartanburg County now and in the future. • To serve as a steward of community resources in Spartanburg County. •

To promote philanthropy in Spartanburg County.

To serve as a versatile vehicle through which Spartanburg County donors may realize their charitable objectives.

To provide leadership in facing the challenges and seizing the opportunities related to the mental, moral, intellectual and physical needs of the citizens of Spartanburg County.

To promote such charitable pursuits outside Spartanburg County, which, in the judgement of the Trustees, in conjunction with all other uses of the resources of the Foundation, will directly or indirectly best make for the mental, moral, intellectual and physical improvement, assistance, relief and well being of the citizens of the Greater Spartanburg County area.

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Tips for Applying for Grants Tax exempt, nonprofit organizations in Spartanburg County may apply for grants from The Spartanburg County Foundation to fund projects that provide innovative responses to recognized community needs and do not duplicate other efforts.

We encourage proposals that:  Enhance the internal stability and growth of a receiving organization.  Have a plan for continued funding from other sources.  Are likely to attract support from matching fund arrangements.

The Foundation believes that community-building is essential to our work; therefore, preference will be given to projects that:  Affect broad segments of the community.  Demonstrate good planning in light of overall community needs.  Are collaborative in nature.  Promote volunteer participation.

Letter of Inquiry Process The first step in applying for a grant is to submit a letter of inquiry. In two pages or less, we request that you address the following:  Mission of your organization; describe the quality and integrity of your organization, document your accomplishments and community support.  The amount you are requesting from The Spartanburg County Foundation.  Proposed project, including the community need your project addresses and how your project will impact the quality of life of the people who you hope to serve, include the geographical area your program will serve.  Describe the outcomes you hope to achieve through this project; include sustainability plans.  Describe how you will evaluate your project. Please visit our website (www.spcf.org) and click on grant guidelines for complete instructions or call The Spartanburg County Foundation office at (864) 582-0138 for more information.

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Planned Giving Legacy Society

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any of our patrons have chosen to establish a Planned Giving relationship with The Spartanburg County Foundation over the years, which would be funded from their estates, making a difference in the good causes that they support and believe in for many years into the future. These patrons have experienced the joy of giving and the satisfaction of making a difference. We realize that there are many choices today as to where you can place your charitable gifts and The Spartanburg County Foundation appreciates the many patrons who have chosen us to be the steward for their future philanthropic funds. Planned giving encompasses a variety of ways that gifts can be made to The Spartanburg County Foundation from accumulated resources. It usually involves financial or estate planning and is not necessarily reserved for only the wealthy. Planned giving is a means by which anyone concerned with the wide use of his or her personal resources makes a considered choice about their ultimate disposition. In general, planned gifts are made through deferred gifts or outright gifts.

Deferred Gifts • A Bequest in a Will. . . a percentage of an estate, a specific asset (IRA’s or 401-K), a trust or the naming of The Spartanburg County Foundation as a contingent beneficiary. • A Life Income Gift. . . such as a Charitable Gift Annuity, a Charitable Remainder Trust, or a Charitable Lead Trust. • Life Insurance. . . make The Spartanburg County Foundation the owner and beneficiary of a life insurance policy. • A Life Estate. . . such as a gift of a home, vacation home or other related property.

Outright Gifts

To make a contribution or start a fund To make a contribution or start a fund at The Spartanburg County Foundation, please contact John Dargan today at (864) 582-0138 or visit our website at www.spcf.org.  • The Spartanburg County Foundation

• Appreciated Property. . . such as real estate, securities or personal property. Planned giving establishes a way for a donor to make a larger gift than they thought possible, as in most cases, it reduces estate taxes. Our donors have either opened new funds or designated existing funds at the Foundation to receive a residual of their estates, which will address their specific interests and concerns in Spartanburg County. Planned giving through The Spartanburg County Foundation ensures that you can honor the past, sustain the present, and nurture the future.


Statement of Financial Position Statement of activity for the years ended December 31, 2005 and 2004 for The Spartanburg County Foundation and its supporting organizations.

2005

2004

ASSETS Cash $844,505 $628,128 Marketable Securities and Real Estate at Quoted Market Prices $72,847,127 $66,058,032 Fixed assets, net of accumulated depreciation $3,484,820 $3,265,270 Other $259,598 $320,683 $77,436,050 $70,272,113 LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS Accounts Payable $27,221,150 $23,771,758 Annuities Payable $548,134 $535,596 Net Assets $49,666,766 $45,964,759

$77,436,050

$70,272,113

STATEMENT OF ACTIVITY Changes in Unrestricted Net Assets Investment Income $3,908,549 $5,199,776 Contributions $5,099,082 $3,349,433 Other $726,927 $745,089

$9,734,558

$9,294,298

Less: Grants $3,744,334 $3,797,439 Other Expenses $2,181,688 $1,705,134

$5,926,022

$5,502,573

Increase in Unrestricted Net Assets

$3,808,536

$3,791,725

Annuity Gifts in Excess of Actuarial Liability

($106,529)

$5,682

Net Assets, Beginning of Year

$45,964,759

$42,167,352

Net Assets, End of Year

$49,666,766

$45,964,759

Note: Grants reflected per the Statement of Financial Position — $3,744,334 — are net of payments from Agency Endowments that totaled $867,726. The financial statements are audited annually and copies are available by contacting the Foundation’s office at (864) 582-0138. 2005 Annual Report • 


The Caroline Virginia Pulliam Mitochondrial Disease Fund Giving people a way to help by weaving in the area of health What can we do? What can we do? It’s a refrain that Donna and Norman Pulliam have heard for three years — since their daughter, Caroline Virginia Pulliam, began having medical problems soon after birth and was later diagnosed with mitochondrial disease. Now friends, family and even complete strangers touched by Caroline’s story have a way to help.

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Photos of Caroline and her parents, Donna and Norman Pulliam, courtesy of Donna Pulliam.

aroline’s similarity to a healthy 3-year-old ends with regular naptimes and a love of cartoons. She eats via a feeding tube that goes directly into her intestines. She takes 10 different medicines each day. She doesn’t walk, crawl or climb on the furniture. Because the common cold can kill a child with mitochondrial disease, Caroline rarely goes to birthday parties, play groups or public places. She’s particularly isolated during the winter months when the flu and other viruses are most prevalent. Mitochondrial diseases result from failures of the mitochondria, which are specialized compartments present in every cell of the body except red blood cells. Mitochondria create more than 90 percent of the energy needed by the body to sustain life and support growth. When they fail, cell injury and death follow. While symptoms and severity are variable from case to case, individuals diagnosed with mitochondrial disease as children rarely live to see their 20th birthday. Caroline is


considered to be on the severe end of the disease spectrum because of the early presentation and complexity of her symptoms. While Donna and Norman were coming to terms with Caroline’s diagnosis, caring for her and trying to find ways to support mitochondrial disease research, their friends, including Emma and Andy Harrill and Nicole and Matthew Myers, were thinking of ways they could help the Pulliams. According to Matthew, the more their friends talked, the bigger their ideas grew. Matthew called John Dargan at The Spartanburg Country Foundation to discuss options, and the Caroline Virginia Pulliam Mitochondrial Disease Fund was established in June 2005. “Our goal is to raise $1 million and awareness about mitochondrial disease,” says Matthew. “Today, there’s no known treatment or cure.” The majority of the interest generated through the fund will go to the United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation — “the only player in town in raising research and awareness,” says Donna. The fund, however, allows for the flexibility of funding other research pertaining to the disease. An initial letter from The Spartanburg County Foundation announcing the fund raised more than $100,000. The Pulliam’s friends will add to the principal each spring by holding a Caroline’s On My Mind Weekend featuring a golf tournament, run/walk, barbecue, band party and silent auction. According to Matthew, more than 70 people generously gave of their time and talents to ensure the success of the event during its first year. “Now when people ask what they can do for Caroline and the Pulliam family, I tell them to support this fund to make sure that other families don’t have to go through this,” says Emma. “We want to show the Pulliam family how much we care about them and Caroline, but we also want to do our part to find a cure. Getting this diagnosis should not be a death sentence.” For Caroline and her parents, however, a cure probably won’t come in time. “How do you grieve with your good friends?” says Matthew. “There’s no way to grieve, no way to help, no way to do anything to make this better. That’s why we’ve seen such an enormous amount of support for this fund. It gives people something that they can do to help.” 2005 Annual Report • 


The Bobby Chapman Junior Golf Foundation Scholarship Fund Honoring Bobby Chapman’s legacy of competition and service by weaving in the area of education The Country Club of Spartanburg is home to one of the country’s top five junior golf tournaments. Last year some of the best young golfers in the country were invited to participate, but the tournament isn’t just a proving ground for future professional golfers, it’s a fundraiser that each year helps send deserving high school seniors to college.

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obert H. “Bobby” Chapman, Jr. — the name is synonymous with both textiles and golf. During his lifetime, he loved both and spent much of his time in cotton mills, boardrooms and on golf courses. “When my father passed away in 1994, a number of citizens in our community wanted to do something to honor him,” says Robert H. “Rob” Chapman, III. According to Doug Smith, speaker pro tem of the South Carolina House of Representatives, Charlie Rountree (considered by many the father of junior golf in South Carolina) suggested

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starting a junior golf tournament that would benefit both Spartanburg and South Carolina in Chapman’s memory. The proceeds from that first tournament were used to start the Bobby Chapman Junior Golf Foundation and a new fund at The Spartanburg County Foundation devoted to promoting junior golf in South Carolina and helping young people throughout the Southeast pursue a bachelor’s degree. The Bobby Chapman Junior Invitational is held each year in September and is funded through local sponsorships and individual contributions. Tournament alumni include Jonathan Byrd, Lucas Glover, Carl Peterson, Bill Haas and D. J. Trahan, as well as almost 30 other current professional golfers. Byrd and Glover have both won on the PGA tour. “Lucas Glover, who won the Bobby Chapman Invitational twice, played in The Masters this year. That tells you the caliber of player invited to compete in the tournament,” says Chapman. Thanks to the continued success of the tournament, the Bobby Chapman Junior Golf Foundation now awards two scholarships each year to rising first-year college students — one for $5,000 and the other for $2,500. Although priority is given to junior golfers who demonstrate financial need, the student recipients may or may not be golfers. More important to the selection process is the student’s character, leadership capacity and academic promise. While the tournament is for junior male golfers, scholarships are awarded to both male and female students. In fact, according to Chapman, the first recipient of a Bobby Chapman Junior Golf Scholarship was a young lady. The Spartanburg County Foundation helps the scholarship committee of the Bobby Chapman Junior Golf Foundation select each year’s recipients. Michael Barfield, a second year medical student at Duke University, is typical of the students who have benefited from the scholarship. “I am continually amazed at the lessons I learned while playing junior golf,” Barfield wrote in a letter to The Spartanburg County Foundation. “The teamwork as well as the individual responsibility inherent in playing what I still consider to be the greatest game will definitely come into sharper focus as I begin to participate in the care of patients.” In addition to awarding two competitive scholarships through The Spartanburg County Foundation, the Bobby Chapman Junior Golf Foundation also sends $10,000 each year to the South Carolina Junior Golf Foundation to support scholarships for junior golfers throughout the state. Smith thinks Bobby Chapman would be proud. “Bobby Chapman was a great golfer,” says Smith. “He won the club championship at the Country Club of Spartanburg nine times and served as president of both the South Carolina Golf Association and the Carolinas Golf Association. He was a leader in the textile industry and in the community. Bobby Chapman was clearly someone who did a lot for Spartanburg, our state and for golf.” (Above) A scene from the Bobby Chapman Junior Invitational, photo by John Byrum, Spartanburg Herald-Journal. (Left) Photo of Bobby Chapman (right) with his sons John (left) and Rob, courtesy of Rob Chapman. 2005 Annual Report • 11


Back Country Revolutionary Heritage Project Fund Preserving Spartanburg’s proud heritage by weaving in the area of historic preservation Musket cracks, cannon blasts, smoke, screams, the chaos of rag-clad colonials firing at lines of Red Coats… it’s the stuff of books, movies and reenactments, and much of it happened right here in Spartanburg County.

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pstate South Carolina residents might be surprised to discover that they drive by major Revolutionary battle sites each day on their way to work or school. What originally was known as the Spartanburg district — now Spartanburg, Cherokee, Union, Laurens and York counties — was the site of 22 Revolutionary War battles. “We have more Revolutionary battle sites in this part of the country than anywhere else other than in Charleston and Berkeley, SC, so it would be a terrible thing not to preserve them,” says Dr. George Fields, former president of Spartanburg Methodist College and founder of the Back Country Revolutionary Heritage Project. “People are amazed when they discover that a place that they pass every day was the site of an important battle.” By partnering with The Spartanburg County Foundation and The Palmetto Conservation Foundation, the Back Country Revolutionary Heritage Project is trying to preserve these sites and educate the public about their historical significance. Organized in 1998, the project seeks to promote the awareness of Revolutionary heritage. That means conducting tours, workshops and symposiums as well as providing speakers to local civic organizations. “It does no good to preserve a site if you don’t get people there so they can learn about the history,” says Fields. In addition, the project develops preservation plans for the most important sites, like Cedar Spring, Earle’s Ford, Musgrove Mill and Blackstock on the Tyger River in Cross Anchor, SC. “We often use the fund at The Spartanburg County Foundation as seed money to do the research to make sure we’re purchasing the right piece of property,” says Fields. “The Foundation also helped with planning for a wayside park at Earle’s Ford and provided a $10,000 grant to help start the Musgrove Mill preservation project, which was part of the formation of the Musgrove State Historic Park — the first new South Carolina state park created in more than 20 years.” According to Fields, another contribution of The Spartanburg County Foundation has been their guidance in starting a local heritage project. “There were no handbooks, no clear guidance on how to recover a local heritage and start to preserve these sites,” says Fields. “We began working with John Dargan in 1997, and with his help and the help of the Foundation, we actually learned how to start the Back Country Revolutionary Heritage Project.”

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Revolutionary war reenactment photos set at some of the Spartanburg District’s historic sites courtesy of Robert Hall (left).

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New Day, Inc. of Spartanburg Endowment Fund Offering open arms and open spaces by weaving in the area of social services When the New Day Clubhouse, a psychiatric rehabilitation facility in Spartanburg, was located on Converse Street in an old three-story home, everyone was welcome, but not everyone felt comfortable being there. Now, thanks to generous donors and an endowment fund at The Spartanburg County Foundation, New Day, Inc., has a new clubhouse with open arms and open spaces.

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he more the merrier was not the case in the kitchen and dining room at New Day, Inc.’s old location. The kitchen could accommodate four, but it was still crowded. “Sixty-five percent of our members have been diagnosed with schizophrenia; they don’t feel comfortable in crowds and often isolate themselves,” says New Day Executive Director Jane Clemmer. “Individuals who felt cramped didn’t want to participate.” The industrial kitchen in the new clubhouse, once a church and day

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(Right) New Day Executive Director Jane Clemmer helps a Clubhouse member in the administrative area. (Below) Clubhouse members prepare, serve and enjoy breakfast in their new, spacious kitchen area. Photos by Mark Olencki.

care center, has 13 workstations where members cook and serve two meals five days a week. The new dining room has two walls of floor-to-ceiling windows and can seat 40-50 comfortably. The entire facility is accessible for people with disabilities and includes a snack bar, computer lab, library, administrative offices for members and staff, and ample common areas where members can work, write, read, draw or talk. The space and layout of the new clubhouse also makes it easier for the staff to work alongside members to perform core administrative, maintenance and food service duties. “For one of our members in our old location, it took 30 minutes and every bit of strength in his mind, body and soul just to walk through the door,” says Clemmer. “He now walks right in and even reads at house meetings. Once our members feel comfortable coming here, then they can transition to the mall, the grocery store, and the workplace.” Since 1993, The Spartanburg County Foundation has held and managed a special fund for the New Day Clubhouse. Initially, the interest from the fund was used strictly for emergencies. When New Day, Inc. of Spartanburg needed to expand, the fund at The Foundation was amended to allow the awards committee to access both the corpus and the interest to purchase and renovate a new facility. “The endowment fund at The Spartanburg County Foundation made getting this new building possible, and it’s our security blanket,” says Clemmer. “Our members know that they have the right to a place to come… the right to meaningful relationships… the right to meaningful work… and the right to a place to return if they need us. Our members need that safety net. They are our reason for sustaining services. Because of the fund at The Spartanburg County Foundation, we know that we’re always going to be here for them.”

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The Arts Partnership of Greater Spartanburg Capital Building Fund Boosting our community’s economic and educational development by weaving in the areas of the arts, history and science

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(Right) Jennifer Evins with Don Bramlett, who brought a tractor full of dirt from the Clifton community to add to the Chapman Cultural Center site during the Common Ground event. (Below left to right) George Dean Johnson, Rob Chapman, Everett Powers and Architect David Schwarz at the Ground-breaking ceremony for the new Chapman Cultural Center. Photos by Mark Olencki

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Drive (or better yet walk) down East St. John Street, and at the corner of St. John and North Converse Street, you’ll see community funding at work. On an excavated site orange with Upstate clay, you’ll see rising cinder blocks and steel beams. Fast forward two years, and the clay will be replaced with manicured lawns accented with flowers and trees; the building skeleton will be a thriving arts center, and construction crews will be replaced with children and families experiencing the arts, sciences and history.

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500-seat theater will sit at the heart of the new 86,000square-foot Chapman Cultural Center, set for completion in the fall of 2007. The Spartanburg Little Theatre, the Spartanburg Youth Theatre and the Spartanburg Repertory Company will call the theater home. Surrounding the theater will be a pair of two-story wings. The Spartanburg County Museum of Art, the Spartanburg County Regional Museum of History, the Artists’ Guild of Spartanburg, a box office, a gift shop and offices for The Arts Partnership will occupy the west wing, while the east will be filled with Ballet Spartanburg’s school, the Dance Center, art studios for the Museum of Art, offices for the Music Foundation of Spartanburg and the Spartanburg Science Center. “Spartanburg is really on the move these days, and one of the best investments that communities that want to look to the future can make is in the development of their cultural communities,” says Everett G. Powers, president of The Arts Partnership of Greater Spartanburg. “The Chapman Cultural Center is important on a lot of different levels. A center for enrichment and entertainment will make a positive impact on our county’s economic development, community pride and education in the arts, sciences and history.”


According to Powers, cultural centers are vital to a community’s quality of life and the civic engagement of its citizens. The Arts Partnership has raised almost $36 million toward the completion of the Chapman Cultural Center with $33 million donated by gifts from citizens, foundations and businesses from every zip code in the county. More than $2.5 million is a result of Spartanburg city and county funding. “The Spartanburg Country Foundation has been involved from the beginning,” says Jennifer Evins, chairman of the Chapman Cultural Center Planning Committee and trustee of The Spartanburg County Foundation. “The Founders of The Spartanburg County Foundation had a vision to capitalize on the combined resources in our community to advance Spartanburg and its people. The Founders of The Arts Partnership had a similar vision. By working together to build this new cultural center, their shared vision will benefit not only the cultural community, but all of our citizens.” The Spartanburg County Foundation made a $1 million lead gift to the project well before The Arts Partnership began soliciting community support. “The Spartanburg County Foundation has been a major community leader for this project,” says Powers. “Both their gift and their early endorsement were very important to our fund-raising success.” In addition, the Foundation will manage the center’s $6 million permanent endowment established anonymously by four families in Spartanburg. According to Evins, the endowment fund will be used to ensure that the center’s condition always remains new. “Thanks to these four families and to the proven financial management of The Spartanburg County Foundation, we know that the Chapman Cultural Center will have the proper maintenance and repairs so that it will always be a jewel for Spartanburg,” says Evins. 2005 Annual Report • 17


The Cleveland Park Restoration Fund Improving the quality of life for children and families by weaving in the area of recreation and youth activities It took six million dollars, six years, and countless staff and volunteer hours, but Cleveland Park is now the jewel in the crown of Spartanburg’s Parks and Recreation Department.

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n 1952, The Spartanburg County Foundation helped the Kiwanis Club bring the first miniature train to Cleveland Park. Then, the park was the flagship of the Spartanburg Parks and Recreation System. Families came to picnic and play. Couples came to walk or read. Schools brought groups of children for rides on the train. Through

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the years, however, the park fell into disrepair, and the neighborhood changed. “When I returned to Spartanburg in 1996, I was concerned that our entire system would be judged by Cleveland Park,” says Jeff Caton, director of Parks and Recreation for Spartanburg County. “The park held so much nostalgia, but people were using the park’s deterioration and crime infestation as a rational for not wanting parks in their communities. We quickly realized that we couldn’t move out into the county with other facilities unless we got Cleveland Park in shape.”


On board with the restoration from the beginning was Julie Lowry, one of the co-founders of the PRIDE Taskforce. “Cyndi Beacham was working with the chamber, and she got together with Jeff to help get this restoration started. They asked Les McMillan and me to chair the project,” says Lowry. “I knew it would be great, and I knew it was important because of all of the good things that parks, trees and green spaces contribute to a community.” Raising funds and getting public support, however, were difficult. According to Lowry, County Council originally said “no” to supporting renovations. With additional research and neighborhood backing, however, the project began to creep forward. The next pitch to a different County Council was successful. “I’m very proud of the leaders of the community who stepped up to the plate and supported the park. We made lots of presentations, but it was all worth it,” says Lowry. The restored park now includes an event pavilion that is already booked every Saturday through 2006, a child-safe playground, picnic pavilions, two miniature trains (including the original that returned to Spartanburg last year), a train depot with restroom facilities, an island complete with gazebo and bridge to cross the lake, a lakeside plaza, and peaceful walking paths. According to Caton, the group sought The Spartanburg County Foundation’s support as the most efficient way to handle tax-deductible donations. “The Foundation also lent credibility to our efforts,” says Caton. With renovations almost complete, the Cleveland Park Restoration Fund is still paying for renovations and accepting payments on pledges. Additional funds held at The Spartanburg County Foundation will be used for future additions to the facility and for significant maintenance and repairs to ensure that Cleveland Park is maintained at the level it was constructed. “That was an important issue for donors,” says Caton. “People making contributions to the project wanted to make sure that the park would not return to its previous state. Funds at The Spartanburg County Foundation will ensure that. We’ve made a huge commitment and placed a high priority on full-time staffing, security and long-term maintenance. We have absolutely no intention of letting that park go back to the way it was. The park is going to be clean and safe, a place that families can enjoy.” (Left) Sparky the train in front of the birthday pavillion. (Above) Cleveland Park’s playground and event center. Photos courtesy of Spartanburg Parks & Recreation. 2005 Annual Report • 19


SOAR (Success Opportunity Achievement Reward) Academy SCF adds texture to the learning experience for children with disabilities by weaving in the area of education This summer, SOAR Academy will use a $14,956.89 grant from The Spartanburg County Foundation to create and equip a MultiSensory Room in their new school located on South Pine Street in Spartanburg. Both teachers and therapists will use the specially designed, sensory stimulating room to help their pre-school children learn about themselves and the world around them.

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etsy and Jeff Randall have done a lot of praying since they started noticing that their daughter Micah (now 6) was developmentally delayed. After years of seeing pediatricians, neurologists, geneticists, physical therapists and other specialists, they still don’t know why. Regardless of the whys, Micah continues to make progress largely because the entire family — Jeff, Betsy, Sydney (13) and Noah (3) — does whatever it takes to get Micah to the various after-school physical and occupational therapies she needs. This fall, however, things will become a lot easier for the Randall family, and other families like theirs, with the opening of the SOAR (Success Opportunity Achievement Reward) Academy in Spartanburg. “It’s an answer to prayer for us and other families like us,” says Jeff. “The public schools sometimes have a hard time serving so many different kids with different needs. At the SOAR Academy, we know Micah will get individual attention that focuses specifically on her needs.” Chapman Elementary School Special Education Teacher Teresa Loving is starting the school with the help of a core group of educators and parent volunteers. “I can’t wait until August to open the doors of SOAR Academy,” says Loving. “This will be a place where the whole family can receive well-rounded services. SOAR Academy will be a happy place for children with special needs to receive an education and therapies all in one location. The families also will be able to receive support and training they will use in the journey of having a child with special needs.” According to Betsy, SOAR will be the only pre-school in the area for children with special needs who are under the age of three. “The Spartanburg County Foundation was the first to recognize the need for this school in our community,” says Betsy. “The Multi-


Sensory Room will enhance the SOAR program. I know it will be one of Micah’s favorite places in her new school.” Loving agrees. “Because The Spartanburg County Foundation believed in our mission, they set the foundation for others to give.” For more information about SOAR Academy, contact Teresa Loving at teresaloving@aol.com or (864) 461-9777, Betsy Randall at jbsmn8920@charter.net or (864) 579-8920, or log on to their Web site www.soaracademy.org. (Left) Micah Randall dances with friends. (Below) Micah shows off her artwork. Photos courtesy of John Byrum, Spartanburg Herald-Journal

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Piedmont Care, Inc. SCF sews support for the 3C’s approach to HIV/AIDS prevention by weaving in the area of health In 2005, The Spartanburg County Foundation awarded Piedmont Care, Inc., a $10,000 grant through the South Carolina Rural Communities Compassion Project to support their 3C’s Approach to Prevention: Clients, Community and Collaboration program. In addition to purchasing equipment (a laptop computer, projector and projection screen), the staff at Piedmont Care used the funds to support the development of their first website.

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racey Jackson comes to work each day as executive director of Piedmont Care, Inc. (PCI), because her job matters. The time she spends at the office means prevention of HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus )/AIDS. It means medical care for people who are already HIV positive. It means a reduction of the stigma and discrimination associated with the disease. “This job is a mission — a true calling,” says Jackson. Jackson and Piedmont Care share the same mission: to coordinate and provide medical, social and psychological services for individuals and families affected by or at risk for HIV/ AIDS. Letting the Spartanburg community know about that mission, however, has been a challenge. Focus group research revealed that the general public was unaware of Piedmont Care’s programs and mission. “Both the portable computer equipment and website will address the need to get the word out,” says Jackson. According to Jackson, since federal funding is not keeping pace with the AIDS epidemic, spreading the word with the use of local resources is more important than ever. “The Compassion Project grant has helped Piedmont Care share the word about HIV prevention through technology,” says Jackson. “Individuals may invite the health educator or another staff member to present to their group. Piedmont Care is also in the process of creating a bank of HIV/AIDS prevention, education and awareness PowerPoint presentations that can be shared with the community.” Jackson says that Piedmont Care’s relationship with The Spartanburg County Foundation did not begin with this project. “The Foundation has supported us through the years by providing money, leadership and training. For example, the Foundation gave start-up money for PCI to hire their first executive director – me. The Foundation links us to other organizations and opportunities. They are always willing to pass along educational information and potential grant information,” says Jackson. “Just this past year Piedmont Care was the featured nonprofit at the Community Thanksgiving Service, which was co-sponsored by The Spartanburg County Foundation and the faith community. We not only received funds through this effort, but made much-needed contacts and received a great deal of media exposure.” For more information about Piedmont Care, Inc., please contact Tracey Jackson at (864) 582-7773 or at tracey@piedmontcare.org. Shawntae Moore (left), health educator, implements Piedmont Care’s Health Education Program. Photo by Mark Olencki. 2005 Annual Report • 23


Photos from Fun Friday by The Spartanburg County Foundation.

Southside Unity in the Community SCF starts a pattern of community support for Spartanburg Park It Day by weaving in the area of recreation and youth activities

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In 2005, The Spartanburg County Foundation awarded Southside Unity in the Community a $3,000 grant for Spartanburg Park It Day, an event to support the promotion of volunteerism and community pride in the Southside of Spartanburg.

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he Southside community is planning to build a playground in one day. Making sure it happens, however, has taken dozens of days and countless community service hours. From recruiting volunteers and raising funds to planning children’s activities and coordinating the construction process, hundreds of volunteers have been involved with this project for the past year. Irwin Park, located on Seay Street and Irwin Avenue a block off of South Church Street, will be the site of the new playground. Wanda Cheeks, a grassroots leader who has lived in the Southside Community for the past 18 years, worked with Spartanburg Parks and Recreation as well as a team of more than 30 community leaders to develop the concept and plan Spartanburg Park It Day. “I grew up playing in this park when I was a little girl,” says Cheeks. “We had some fun times in this park, but I had to move away. When I returned the park was not gone but empty — no playground equipment at all. I knew we had to do something about that.” 24 • The Spartanburg County Foundation


When the Kaboom Company issued Southside Unity in the Community a challenge grant to construct the playground, the first step was getting County Council approval. According to Cheeks, The Spartanburg County Foundation heard about the project at the council meeting and asked to be a partner. “They came to me and said, ‘we would love to be a part of this team,’” says Cheeks. “We sent them a letter, and they were the first to donate matching money for the grant.” Cheeks says that The Spartanburg County Foundation also helped them secure other funding. In addition to Park It Day, Southside Unity in the Community sponsors Fun Fridays where children and families meet at local parks to learn how to interact with each other and play in healthy ways. Cheeks says that serving as a parent volunteer at Mary H. Wright Elementary School and Carver Junior High School, as well as other community service with Partners for Active Living and the Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC), sparked her interest in reducing childhood obesity. “We’re doing all of this for our kids,” says Cheeks. “We want them to be healthier, and an effective way to do this is by teaching our Southside community to get the resources it needs to make changes from the inside out. The quote that I live by is: ‘We must unite to make it right.’ That’s what we’re doing in the Southside community.” To learn more about Spartanburg Park It Day, log on to www.kaboom.org/southside unityinthecommunity or e-mail Wanda Cheeks at wcssunityinthecommunity@usa.com. 2005 Annual Report • 25


Ballet Spartanburg, Inc. SCF grant helps weave a tapestry of art in action by weaving in the area of arts and culture Ballet Spartanburg’s mission is to promote dance and dance appreciation by providing quality dance education, presentation and outreach. With outdated technology, however, Ballet Spartanburg’s outreach efforts were losing their effectiveness. Now, as a result of a $5,000 grant from The Spartanburg County Foundation, Ballet Spartanburg’s three-fold mission (education, presentation and outreach) is back in performance condition.

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lose your eyes and visualize dramatic lighting, ethereal costumes, stirring music, grace, athleticism, precision, power and poise. Now look at the photos on these pages… see the difference? When describing ballet, words and phrases alone usually can’t capture the essence of the art. That’s why providing Ballet Spartanburg with the technology to create and show full-color movement, costumes and lighting is so important to helping the community understand and appreciate ballet. Last year, The Spartanburg County Foundation granted Ballet Spartanburg, Inc., $5,000 for a computer update project. Ballet Spartanburg then leveraged Foundation support to purchase two laptop computers, three desktop computers, a laser printer and software. “Because ballet is a visual, dynamic art, the previous computers that we had were not able to create marketing materials or make the DVDs or CDs we needed to show people in the community what we do,” says Gene Conroy, executive director of Ballet Spartanburg, Inc. “With the new equipment purchased through The Spartanburg County Foundation grant, we can make presentations to schools and civic organizations that will inspire excitement about ballet.” According to Conroy, the new equipment will also increase office efficiency by allowing Ballet Spartanburg to update and consolidate their databases. “We purchased a server as well so we will have better control of data, back ups and security,” says Conroy. “Before, we had several different older computers with bits of information. Now all of our membership information is stored in a central location.” Conroy, who moved to Spartanburg last August to join the Ballet Spartanburg staff, says that working with The Spartanburg County Foundation to make the project happen has been a straightforward process. “I guess you could say that The Spartanburg County Foundation is user friendly,” he says. For more information about Ballet Spartanburg, please contact Gene Conroy at (864) 583-0339 or gconroy@spartanarts.org.


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(Above) Photos from Carmina Burana by Bart Noschese.

(Left) A scene from the Nutcracker by Mark Olencki.


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Spartanburg Interfaith Hospitality Network SCF joins local faith community to create a fabric of home for those without by weaving in the area of social services Faith communities, volunteers and social service agencies in Spartanburg have been pooling their resources to provide temporary housing for local homeless families. In 2005, The Spartanburg County Foundation joined the effort by awarding Spartanburg Interfaith Hospitality Network (SPIHN) a $10,000 grant to help hire and train its first director to guide the program in its mission to provide shelter, food and support services for families with nowhere else to turn. (Top) Patricia Fluharty reads to Alex, a guest of SPIHN. (Below left) SPIHN Vice President Peter Freissle plays with Cody, Audrey and Alex. (Below right) A volunteer from Tyger River Presbyterian Church serves a meal to guest Susan. Photos courtesy of SPIHN.

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or Sharon, the month of June should have meant watching her children play in the backyard, grilling hamburgers with neighbors or sitting on the front porch swing relaxing after an evening of waiting tables. Instead it meant the anxiety of trying to find a place to live for her and her four children (ranging in age from 4-12). Sharon and her children had been living with her grandmother, who was now moving to New York. To make ends meet, Sharon worked two part-time jobs and had been on the waiting list for an apartment since February, along with 800 other families at the Spartanburg Housing Authority. Now, she had no place to go. Directed to SPIHN by the secretary at Holy Communion Lutheran Church, Sharon adapted her family to SPIHN’s procedures and schedules. “Sharon and the kids prospered in SPIHN,” says SPIHN Director Patricia Fluharty. “Her major concern was getting enough money to not only plan an apartment but also to provide the upcoming school supplies for her children.” SPIHN congregations helped her do both. They purchased school supplies and a few new outfits of clothes for the children, and when the Spartanburg Housing Authority found a four-bedroom apartment for Sharon and her family, SPIHN congregations donated furniture, kitchen items and bedding. “On moving day, Sharon broke down because this was the first time since 2000 that she had her own place,” says Fluharty. “Sharon and her family are a SPIHN success story. Thanks to the generous hospitality of our congregations, they were able to get back on their feet to become self-sufficient, and according to Sharon, ‘to never be homeless again.’” Fluharty says that The Spartanburg County Foundation grant through the South Carolina Rural Communities Compassion Project has helped SPIHN become a more effective organization. “The guests are benefiting from the training that I have had as a result of The Spartanburg County Foundation grant,” says Fluharty. “The goal of SPIHN is not to ‘hand’ anything to homeless families, but to teach them the life skills that they need to be able to take care of themselves. The grant has helped us to do that.” For more information about SPIHN, contact Patricia Fluharty at (864) 597-0699 or at spihn@bellsouth.net.

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Beyond the dollars The Spartanburg County Foundation weaves community leadership into their tapestry of service

Community Leadership

A tapestry of the Spartanburg community would include families, individuals, businesses, nonprofit organizations, schools, health care providers, government agencies and foundations. In that tapestry, threads woven by The Spartanburg County Foundation would reach every corner and be a part of every pattern. Their impact, however, isn’t from funding alone.

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ike other community foundations across the country, The Spartanburg County Foundation is embracing its role as a community leader. “Community foundations are realizing that their non-grant-making initiatives can be just as significant as their grant-making,” says Vice-President, Programs Mary Thomas. “The impact we can make beyond dollars shows that we’re here to serve Spartanburg in whatever way we can.” The following are some examples of The Spartanburg County Foundation’s recent community leadership initiatives:

Strategic Spartanburg: Community Indicators VI The Spartanburg County Foundation and United Way of the Piedmont released Strategic Spartanburg: Community Indicators VI in February 2005. This document gives statistical and comparative data designed to help the Spartanburg community identify and examine the social issues affecting its citizens. “The Indicators work gives us the information to make good decisions. It’s a tool that we hope drives community change in a measurable way,” says Thomas. According to Thomas, after the Indicators report, The Spartanburg County Foundation began leading a community-wide effort to bring more than 300 citizens to the table to develop a plan to address critical needs areas. Strategic Spartanburg: Community Improvement Plan (2006-2010), released in January 2006, was the result. “The Indicators document and the Improvement Plan are gifts to our community,” says Thomas. “With these publications we as a community can now move forward on implementation — connecting agencies with complementing missions, helping organizations test new ideas and exploring best practices.”

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to talk about the nuances of their communities and their individual circumstances. “The Spartanburg County Foundation’s Grassroots Leadership Development Institute (GLDI) offers participants an opportunity to not only develop their leadership skills, but also the opportunity to apply what they learn to improve their communities,” says A. Stan Davis, consultant and GLDI project manager. “This program strengthens the voices of citizens who choose to make a difference for all citizens of the Spartanburg community.” The Spartanburg County Foundation funded the GLDI with a grant from the Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation to help equip these individuals with the tools they need to make their communities better places in which to live. “This innovative program has really opened our eyes,” says Thomas. “Grassroots leaders helped develop the Strategic Spartanburg: Community Improvement Plan (2006-2010). They have met with the Foundation’s Board of Trustees, and they have spoken out in the community. It’s created a culture of learning and has helped all of us value the different ideas and opinions in our community.”

South Carolina Rural Communities Compassion Project Four years ago, The Spartanburg County Foundation sought out funding from the Compassion Project only to be told that Spartanburg didn’t qualify as rural. The Foundation’s request, however, encouraged The South Carolina Center for Grassroots and Nonprofit Leadership at Clemson University to take a closer look at Spartanburg, and eventually led to a leveraged investment of $300,000 over a three-year period to increase the effectiveness of Spartanburg County’s nonprofit organizations. The Spartanburg County Foundation and the Center provided funding to organizations to build on their capacity to implement programs related to homelessness, elders in need, at-risk children, people transitioning from welfare to work, those in need of intense rehabilitation services such as prisoners and addicts, and couples who need skills and knowledge to form and sustain healthy marriages. The grants also provided nonprofit board development and expert technical assistance from Clemson. “Partly because of The Spartanburg County Foundation’s leadership, Spartanburg is now a best practices community,” says Thomas. “What we’ve accomplished right here and what we’ve learned in the process will help other communities across the country.” (Top) Gladys Washington, senior program officer with the Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation, talks with SCF Chairman Chap Johnston. (Middle) Warren Wilkes and Thelma Thompson, two members of the Grassroots Leadership Development Institute Class of 2005, discuss community indicators. (Bottom) The unveiling of Community Indicators VI. Photos by Mark Olencki. 2005 Annual Report • 31


Fund List Agency Endowments Agency Endowment Funds are established by nonprofit organizations to provide income for philanthropic use. The Spartanburg County Foundation handles all administrative and investment responsibilities, freeing the organization to pursue its charitable mission. Animal Allies, Inc. of Spartanburg County General Fund (2005)........................................ $8,022.86 Appnet Community-Based Network Fund (1997)............................................................... $2,276.50 The Arts Partnership of Greater Spartanburg Capital Building Fund (2001).................. $557,547.45 Arts Partnership of Greater Spartanburg Reserve Fund (1999)....................................... $56,002.03 Back Country Revolutionary Heritage Project Fund (1998)................................................ $7,621.06 Ballet Spartanburg, Inc. Fund (1992)............................................................................... $78,888.05 Beeson/Fogarty Endowment of The Charles Lea Center Fund (1994)............................ $85,748.91 Bethlehem Baptist Church Cemetery Fund (1995)........................................................... $12,661.80 James E. Buchanan Trust (1974)................................................................................... $224,964.99 Calvary Episcopal Church Cemetery Fund (1999)........................................................... $35,370.37 Camp Mary Elizabeth Fund (1951)................................................................................... $12,237.36 Camp Ponderosa Fund (1963)......................................................................................... $19,731.52 Cancer Association of Spartanburg and Cherokee Counties Fund (1971)....................... $73,613.93 Central United Methodist Church Endowment Fund (2001)............................................... $1,421.70 W. Marshall Chapman Arts Endowment Fund (1984)...................................................... $98,174.20 The Spartanburg County Character Education Fund (1999).............................................. $7,150.56 Charles Lea Center Foundation General Fund (1994)................................................... $266,781.72 Children’s Advocacy Center of Sptbg. General Fund (1999).............................................. $2,680.84 Christmas in Action*Spartanburg General Fund (2001)..................................................... $9,551.10 Cleveland Park Restoration Fund (1997)....................................................................... $305,350.70 H.W. Close and Marshall Chapman Boy Scout Endowment Fund (1988)......................$811,502.14 Cowpens Development Corporation Fund (2000)............................................................ $14,948.07 Cowpens War Memorial General Fund (2001)................................................................... $6,798.46 Cross Anchor Ruritan Club Fund (1998).......................................................................... $16,041.05 Ethel Chase Davis Perception Court Fund (1972)........................................................... $74,721.95 Depot Restoration Fund (1997)........................................................................................ $14,394.70 Dorman High School Capital Fund (1998)...................................................................... $301,827.48 Eastside Greenway Project (SPACE) Special Fund (2000)............................................... $3,473.82 Jean Erwin Fund (2004)................................................................................................. $155,536.05 Family Care Council of Spartanburg General Fund (1999)................................................... $668.55 FENCE Endowment Fund (1998)..................................................................................... $83,380.27 Fernwood Baptist Church General Endowment Fund (2005)............................................. $2,074.19 First Baptist Church of Cowpens Special Fund (1998)................................................... $239,030.28 First Presbyterian Church of Union, SC Building Fund (1993)....................................... $122,247.82 First Presbyterian Church of Union, SC Capital Endowment Fund (1993)......................$211,550.97 First Presbyterian Church of Union, SC Mary Fant Jeter Memorial Fund (1993)............. $16,270.04 First Presbyterian Church of Union, SC Memorial Fund (1993)......................................... $5,955.07 First Presbyterian Church of Union, SC Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Fund (1993)................. $14,840.0 First Presbyterian Church of Union, SC William Coleman Benevolent Fund (1993)...... $130,342.49 First Tee of Spartanburg, Inc. Special Fund (2003).......................................................... $40,415.49 Friends of 7 Special Fund (1999)....................................................................................... $3,463.55 Friends of the Chesnee Library Fund (2002)...................................................................... $5,380.46 Friends of the Landrum Library Fund (2002).................................................................... $42,058.75 Friends of the Middle Tyger Library (2004)......................................................................... $2,419.50 Friends of the Spartanburg County Guardian Ad Litem Special Fund (1998).................. $19,476.02 Friends of the Westside Library Fund (2002)................................................................... $16,255.18 Friends of the Woodruff Library Fund (2002)................................................................... $59,822.78 German American Club Fund (1996)................................................................................ $13,527.58 Gilman S. Hooper Endowment of The Charles Lea Center Fund (1994)....................... $171,741.39 Girl Scout Endowment Fund (1985)................................................................................. $51,385.59 Grace United Methodist Church Cemetery Affiliate Fund of Union County, S.C. (2005) $143,958.40 Grace United Methodist Church General Affiliate Fund of Union County, S.C. (2005)... $385,560.18 Greater Spartanburg Ministries Endowment Fund (2001)................................................ $16,870.16 H.A.L.T.E.R. General Fund (2001)................................................................................... $54,455.66 Happy Hollow Park Fund (1995)...................................................................................... $12,515.13 Hatcher Garden and Woodland Preserve Fund (1997).................................................... $74,877.53 Josephine L. 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The Katie Hodge Healing Arts Fund of Greater Spartanburg (1998).................................. $4,587.24 Helping Hands Ministries of Woodruff Area General Fund (1999)................................... $24,577.14 Friends of Hollywild Animal Park General Fund (2001)...................................................... $3,967.16 HOPE VI Partnership Fund (2004)................................................................................. $173,639.15 Dannie Horne T.O.T.A.L. Ministries Fund (1996).............................................................. $33,267.43 Hub City Writers Project Fund (1995)............................................................................. $141,202.75 Inman Rotary Club General Fund (1999)......................................................................... $13,935.37 Anne Irwin Memorial Fund (1993)...................................................................................... $7,850.68 Joint Concert Fund (2003)................................................................................................ $48,677.25 Junior Achievement of Spartanburg Fund (1992)............................................................. $76,459.57 Junior Achievement of Spartanburg, Inc., S.C. Business Hall of Fame Fund (1994)....... $26,385.62 Junior League Fund (1987)............................................................................................ $123,965.80 Landrum Cemetery Perpetual Care Fund (1986)............................................................. $90,389.06 Landrum Community Development Fund (1998)............................................................. $18,562.75 Leland L. and Nell B. Larrabee Endowment of The Charles Lea Center Fund (1994)... $403,030.31 Leadership Spartanburg ‘99 Special Fund (1999).............................................................. $3,490.96 The Francis Lee Endowment Fund for the Dev. of Human Resources (St. Paul United Methodist Church) (2005)................................................................ $150,287.41 Mary G. Lominack Endowment Fund for Professional Staff Development (1994)........... $47,891.22 Dr. Jerrie Lucktenberg Concertmaster Chair Endowment Fund (2004)........................... $63,548.24 The John DeWitt McCollough General Fund (1999).......................................................... $9,746.80 Mental Health Association of the Piedmont, Inc. Fund (1998)............................................ $9,597.60 The Ruth Joan Millard Memorial Award Fund (2004)......................................................... $5,729.01 Daniel Morgan Statue Maintenance Fund (1988)..............................................................$11,782.18 Nativity Capital Endowment Fund of Union, SC (1998).................................................... $96,544.37 Nazareth Cemetery Fund (1975).................................................................................... $147,512.32 Nazareth Presbyterian Church Cemetery Fund (1988).................................................. $515,139.38 Nazareth Presbyterian Church Endowment Fund (1996)............................................... $253,859.90 Nazareth Presbyterian Church Ministry Fund (1994)....................................................... $43,130.54 Nazareth Presbyterian Church Sanctuary Fund (1988)................................................... $80,829.44 New Day, Inc. of Spartanburg Endowment Fund (1993)................................................ $300,762.43 New Hope Baptist Church Cemetery Fund (1997)........................................................... $15,202.03 New Hope Baptist Church Family Center Fund (1996)...................................................$127,551.11 New Hope Baptist Church General Fund (1997).............................................................. $67,982.52 Connie M. Nixon Boys and Girls Clubs Fund (1995)........................................................ $30,668.71 Oakwood Cemetery Perpetual Care Fund (1983)....................................................... $1,002,835.81 American Guild of Organists (Spartanburg Chapter) General Fund (2001)..................... $16,037.90 Oryol Art Associates Upstate Region Partnership Fund (1997).......................................... $2,971.45 Piedmont Interstate Fair Association-J.D. Foster Memorial Fund (1992)........................... $1,726.72 Piedmont Science Fair Fund (1990)................................................................................. $72,224.38 Piedmont Sertoma Enterprises Fund (1993).................................................................. $136,719.66 Price House Fund (1982)............................................................................................... $140,261.28 Priority Metrics Group Community Fund (2002)................................................................$11,601.00 Provisions, Inc. Collaboration Fund (1999)........................................................................... $998.84 Regional Museum of History Decorative Arts Endowment Fund (2005).......................... $51,653.69 David W. Reid Playhouse Fund (1985).............................................................................. $7,565.47 William W. and Ruth C. Robinson Memorial Fund (1998)................................................ $24,297.77 East Spartanburg Rotary Club General Fund (2001)....................................................... $13,057.76 North Spartanburg Rotary Club General Fund (1999)...................................................... $19,947.83 Spartan West Rotary Club General Fund (1999)............................................................. $21,996.40 Rotary Club of Spartanburg Unrestricted Fund (1996)..................................................... $13,240.65 Rotary Club of Spartanburg, Inc., Youth At Risk Fund (1996)............................................ $7,388.24 Rotary International Peace Park, Spartanburg, S.C. General Fund (2001)....................... $6,639.02 Rotary International/District 7750 Fund (1990)............................................................... $172,352.07 SAFE Homes--Rape Crisis Coalition Fund (1986)............................................................. $2,468.97 Mary V. Davis Safe Homes--Rape Crisis Fund (1999)....................................................... $3,128.47 Spartanburg County School District Five SCALE Fund (2001).......................................... $5,178.59 Seay House Endowment Fund (2005)............................................................................. $51,653.69 Endowment of the Senior Centers of Spartanburg County, Inc. (1987)..........................$116,914.82 Endowment Fund of the Shepherd’s Center of Spartanburg (1985).............................. $126,182.23 Silver Hill Memorial UMC General Fund (2001)............................................................... $26,330.43 The John McClellan Smith Family Memorial Fund (1999).................................................. $5,955.61 Ellen Hines Smith Girls’ Home Fund (1985)................................................................... $391,095.12 South Carolina Foundation for Disabled Athletes Fund (1993)........................................ $57,167.29 SPACE Fund (1993)......................................................................................................... $28,121.78 Spartanburg Animal Welfare League Building and Endowment Fund (1988)................ $157,032.08 Spartanburg Animal Welfare League, Inc. Fund (1986)................................................... $42,703.49 The Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce Special Fund (2005).............................. $52,359.04 Spartanburg Boys’ Home Endowment Fund (1987)....................................................... $683,370.52 Spartanburg Children Shelter Fund (1996).................................................................... $256,270.50


Fund List Spartanburg County Children’s Security Blanket Project, Inc. Fund (2005)....................... $9,932.31 Spartanburg County District One (1996).......................................................................... $10,812.50 Spartanburg County Historical Association Endowment Fund (1987)............................ $283,145.03 Spartanburg County Museum of Art Acquisition Fund (1998).......................................... $16,876.80 Spartanburg County Museum of Art George Ernest Burwell, Jr. Fund (1997)................ $146,512.94 Friends of the Spartanburg County Public Library Book Fund (1990).............................. $31,275.87 Friends of the Spartanburg County Public Library Capital Improvements Fund (1990)... $20,152.56 Friends of the Spartanburg County Public Library Staff Development Fund (1995)........ $20,973.31 Spartanburg County Regional Museum of History Endowment Fund (2000)................... $95,127.85 Spartanburg Development Council General Fund (2003).................................................. $9,186.28 Spartanburg Music Foundation Endowment Fund (1986)................................................ $32,098.18 Spartanburg Music Foundation Fund (1961).................................................................... $32,274.45 Spartanburg Philharmonic Fund (1961)........................................................................... $32,992.80 Spartanburg Repertory Company Virginia Ariail Rouse Fund (1989)............................... $24,940.19 St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church Properties Endowment Fund (1993)........................ $20,720.55 St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic Fund (1993).................................................................... $212,714.74 STCF Unrestricted Fund (1992)..................................................................................... $295,646.96 Troop 1 Legacy Foundation General Fund (1999)........................................................... $78,167.43 Troop 3 (Nazareth Pres.) Boy Scout Endowment Fund (2000)........................................ $28,850.58 Union County Carnegie Library Friends of the Library Fund (1996)................................. $48,995.60 Union County Health Care Foundation Affiliate Administrative Fund (2005)...................$113,147.34 Union County Health Care Foundation Affiliate Project Fund (1995)..............................$116,742.91 Union County Historical Society Museum Building Fund (1996).................................... $194,328.12 Union Rotary Club Fund (1990)...................................................................................... $104,344.77 Union-Laurens Commission for Higher Education General Fund (2000)....................... $157,751.80 Unitarian Universalist Church of Spartanburg, Inc., Building Fund (1994)....................... $34,983.00 Upcountry Heritage Alliance Special Fund (2003).............................................................. $1,569.03 Upstate Forever Spartanburg County General Fund (2005).............................................. $1,038.45 Walker Foundation General Endowment Fund (1999)................................................... $944,532.39 The Walker Foundation Technology Fund (1995)........................................................... $348,409.27 Wallace Thomson Hospital Adult Volunteers Fund (1996)............................................... $48,781.21 Walnut Grove Plantation Fund (1970)............................................................................ $245,844.31 Walnut Grove Plantation Nature Trail Fund (1989)............................................................ $9,419.82 The Warbirds, Inc. Museum Fund (2000)......................................................................... $12,385.34 Waters Family Cemetery Fund (1987)............................................................................. $23,232.09 Wellford Cemetery Association Fund (2004).................................................................... $87,313.68 Westminster Presbyterian Church Capital Fund (1999)................................................. $585,350.83 Whiteside Fund (1992)....................................................................................................$116,938.83 YMCA Family Center Endowment Fund (1991)............................................................. $262,887.59

Do you desire to construct a vast and lofty fabric? Think first about the foundations of humility. The higher your structure is to be, the deeper must be its foundation. Saint Augustine

Designated Funds Designated Funds allow you to support organizations that are important to you, while The Spartanburg County Foundation makes certain that grantmaking continues to be relevant over time and responsive to changing circumstances. Advent Fund (1994)..................................................................................................... $5,618,016.47 Piedmont Chapter American Red Cross General Endowment Fund (2000).................. $122,757.22 Educational Trust of the First Baptist Church of Spartanburg, SC (1999)................... $1,032,831.68 Television Missions Ministry Endowment Fund First Baptist Church of Spartanburg (1999)............................................................................................... $134,202.61 Lake Summit Community Foundation Fund (1998)........................................................ $137,123.82 St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic Endowment Fund (2004)............................................. $1,063,517.24 St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic SRMC Endowment Fund (2005)...................................... $62,641.84 United Way of the Piedmont Designated Fund (1998)................................................... $508,920.09 Walker Foundation Unrestricted Endowment Fund (2005).............................................. $10,204.92

Donor Advised Funds Donor Advised Funds allow you to create a fund in your name, or your family’s name, and make grant recommendations from the fund on an ongoing basis — similar to a private foundation. You may pass your fund on to the next generation to carry on your family’s philanthropy. Tom and Joan Barnet Fund (1994) Thomas and Marianne Bartram Donor Advised Fund (1998) Joseph T. and Kathy Black Donor Advised Fund (2002) James and Carol Bradof Fund (1999) Lucien & Evelyn Brailsford Donor Advised Fund (2000) W. Randolph and Alice H. Brown Donor Advised Fund (1998) Jule K. and DeArmond E. Canaday Donor Fund (1998) William Z. and Joy S. Cannon Family Fund (2003) Lucile M. Cart Donor Advised Fund (1988) Donna and Walter Cart Fund (1996) W. Marshall Chapman and Elizabeth S. Chapman Donor Advised Fund (2005) Harrison S. Chapman Fund (2003) Arthur and Polly Ann Cleveland Family Fund (2000) Paul J. and Nancy B. Cote’ Donor Advised Fund (1989) Kate and John Dargan Fund (1997) Ellis-Lehner Fund (1998) Andy and Lynne Falatok Fund (1997) John and Nora Featherston Donor Advised Fund (1991) Mary D. and William B. Ferguson Memorial Family Fund (1999) Philip F. and Sally D. Foster Donor Advised Fund (2000) Miller Foster Family Fund (2000) Fulmer Fund (1988) Fulwood-Wright Fund (1997) Ted and Nancy Gage Family Fund (1998) Theodore and Betty Gage Family Fund (2000) Nancy M. and Henry C. Giles Family Fund (2001) John Graham Fund (1996) John & Ellen Gramling Family Donor Advised Fund (2000) Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Gregory, Jr. Fund (1997)

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Fund List Tom and Dot Grier Donor Advised Fund (1999) Catherine Cleveland Grooms Donor Advised Fund (2000) John A. Harrill, Jr. and Lou Ann F. Harrill Family Donor Advised Fund (2002) Charles J. and Ellen N. Hodge Family Fund (2001) William W. Howell, Jr. and Rebecca C. Howell Family Fund (2004) Bill and Lillian Hudson Fund (1996) William A. and Sallie B. James Family Fund (1998) Donald C. Johnston, Jr. and Ann M. Johnston Family Donor Advised Fund (2002) Shepherd Johnston Fund (2000) Dorothy C. and Julian C. Josey Fund (1997) B.F. Kennedy Donor Advised Fund (1996) Jack A. Linder, Sr. and Carolyn G. Linder Family Fund (2004) The William Sinkler Manning Memorial Donor Advised Fund (2001) Ed and Gail Medlin Donor Advised Fund (1993) John and Ruth Michener Family Fund (1997) William E. and Betty S. Monroe Family Fund (1997) Betty Ann Moore Charitable Donor Advised Fund (2002) Vitthalbhai H. Patel Family Fund (1997) Richard H. Pennell Fund (1986) Anne Porcher Z. and Edward P. Perrin Fund (1986) Elizabeth P. Powell Donor Fund (1999) William Price Fund (2000) Jon Emmett and Virginia H. Shuler Fund (1989) James H. and Pauline J. Toy Memorial Donor Advised Fund (1988) The Visk Family Fund (1998) John and Jean Williams Donor Advised Fund (1997) Harry and Betsy Williams Fund (1986) Donald P. & Vicki E. Woodward Donor Advised Fund (1999) Thomas R. Young, Jr. Fund (1998) Kittler B. Zibart Donor Advised Fund (1994)

Field of Interest Funds Field of Interest Funds allow you to determine the general purpose of the fund based on your primary charitable interests, such as education, environment, health, etc. You then delegate the grantmaking decisions to the volunteer leaders and professional staff of The Spartanburg County Foundation, who will identify the most appropriate nonprofit recipients within your specified area of interest. Jim D. and Johnnie G. Adams Fund (1996)..................................................................... $44,978.21 Kevin Malcolm Alexander Fund (1972)..............................................................................$37,116.35 American Legion Building Spartanburg County General Fund (2003)............................. $27,381.87 Amos & Babs Memorial Fund (2002)............................................................................... $12,158.13 Anderson Family Fund (1994).......................................................................................... $60,160.95 Anonymous Fund (1992)............................................................................................. planned giving Arcadia Masonic Lodge General Fund (2002).................................................................. $82,049.81 Thomas and Cecilia Arthur Family Fund (1995)............................................................... $82,220.14 Anne A. Bain Fund (1994)................................................................................................ $25,686.19 Barbara J. Barnes Memorial Family Fund (2003)........................................................ planned giving Barnet Children’s Library Endowment Fund (1996)....................................................... $123,097.96 Barnet Park Community Fund (2000)............................................................................... $10,474.32 The Barre-James Fund (2005)......................................................................................... $54,963.79 Kent A. Beeson Memorial Fund (1999).......................................................................... $103,300.17 J.N. Berry Sunday School Class Local Missions Fund (1999)......................................... $57,192.51 Bethany Baptist Church Anonymous Fund (2002)......................................................... $169,820.85 34 • The Spartanburg County Foundation

James E. Bobo Memorial Family Endowment Fund (2004)........................................ planned giving Bramlett Family Fund (1994)............................................................................................ $26,733.96 Ann C.T. Brown Charitable Fund (2000)...................................................................... planned giving Antoinette G. Brown Special Fund (1997)................................................................... planned giving Dennis L. Bruce Author Series Special Fund (2000)........................................................ $23,540.08 Charles and Sarah Bryant Camp Scholarship Fund (1989)..............................................$11,876.84 Business Needs and Success Indicators Survey (BNSIS) Fund (2005)............................ $3,000.59 Faye C. Campbell Fund (1992)........................................................................................ $17,288.12 Jule K. and DeArmond E. Canaday Family Fund (2002)................................................. $15,397.07 Carolina Pediatric Alliance Sponsorship Fund (2000)........................................................ $9,835.20 B. Frank Carruth Landrum Community Memorial Fund (1998)........................................ $86,410.18 Ben M. Cart and Ella M. Cart Child Abuse Fund (1997)................................................. $102,576.17 Caswell Family Memorial Fund (1999)........................................................................ planned giving The Chapman Family Fund (2002)................................................................................... $21,204.16 Morris B. and Harriet S. Chesney Fund (1995).............................................................. $129,349.82 Citizen Scholar Program Fund (1996)............................................................................ $157,517.24 Jesse Franklin Cleveland and Betty Neiley Cleveland Fund (1991)................................. $51,153.44 Dorothy and Euta Colvin Family Fund (1996).................................................................. $85,601.88 Community Indicators Sixth Edition Resolution Fund (2004)........................................... confidential Converse Heights Tree Fund (2005).............................................................................. $266,590.19 John H. Costello Music and Public Service Award Fund (1995)........................................ $5,064.65 Nancy Bain Cote’ Trust Fund (1990)................................................................................ $21,812.34 The Council for Community Empowerment General Fund (2005)..................................... $5,763.69 Tom Moore Craig and Lena Jones Craig Trust Fund (1961).......................................... $177,428.60 Holly Crain Memorial Orchestra Scholarship Fund (1995)................................................. $6,571.90 Clarence H. Crow Bible Distribution Fund (1994)............................................................... $9,921.27 The Wally and Shirley Dalton Charitable Endowment Fund (2005)............................ planned giving Mary A. Daniels and Grace B. Daniels Citizen Scholar Fund (2000).......................... $1,010,231.72 W. Mac and Carole Vann Davis Family Fund (2000).......................................................... $3,293.97 Mary Wheeler Davis Fund for Promotion of the Arts (1989)............................................. $55,234.41 Harward J. Davis and Annie O. Davis Memorial Family Fund (2003)......................... planned giving R. P. Dawkins School Improvement Fund (1997)............................................................. $32,604.24 Frances Downard Memorial Award Fund (1992).............................................................. $32,549.68 Downtown Spartanburg Sertoma Club (2005).................................................................... $6,338.00 The Bill Drake Community Events Special Fund (2001).................................................... $9,134.85 Duke Power/Spartanburg County Libraries Math & Science Materials Fund (2002)........ $15,682.65 The Richard W. and Billie Hasty Dunn Memorial Family Fund (1986)............................. $74,757.25 J.D. Edwards Family Fund (1994).................................................................................... $57,769.45 Frances and Lester Eledge Endowment Fund (1996)................................................. planned giving Claude and Maxilla Evans Charitable Fund (1996)..................................................... planned giving Thomas A. and Elizabeth S. Evins Memorial Fund (1991)............................................... $30,425.92 W.O. Ezell Beautification Fund (1979).............................................................................. $73,099.20 Mickuel L. and Regina Keith Fain Special Fund (1992)..................................................... $1,788.94 John S. and Nora Beth Featherston Fund (1992)............................................................ $14,378.23 John S. and Nora Beth Hull Featherston Fund (1995)................................................ planned giving W. G. Foster Camp Scholarship Fund (1996).................................................................. $21,274.50 John W. and Carol G. Fowler Educational Assistance Fund (1994)................................. $19,054.13 Sue M. Fox Memorial Fund (2004).............................................................................. planned giving The J. Robert Freeman, Jr. Memorial Fund (1997).......................................................... $54,154.98 Gay Cecil Frick Cholangiocarcinoma Research Fund (2001).......................................... $58,820.31 Theodore and Elizabeth Gage Special Fund (A) (1999)............................................. planned giving Theodore and Elizabeth Gage Special Fund (B) (1999)............................................. planned giving Harry H. Gibson Family Fund (1990).................................................................................. $4,583.23 Special Fund Gignilliat (1986)........................................................................................ $160,054.49 Glendalyn Circle Beautification Fund (1997)...................................................................... $3,483.41 The Robert E. Gregory, Jr. Family Fund (2001)................................................................. $7,287.31 J. Thomas & Dorothy O. Grier Special Fund (A) (1999).............................................. planned giving J. Thomas & Dorothy O. Grier Special Fund (B) (1999).............................................. planned giving J. Thomas & Dorothy O. Grier Special Fund (C) (1999).............................................. planned giving Mary Frances Grimes Fund (1996)............................................................................. planned giving Habisreutinger and Black Foundation Fund (2001)............................................................ $2,026.67 Robert C. Hardin Memorial Camp Scholarship Fund (1990)............................................ $13,145.13 Hatcher Botanical Garden Fund (1987)....................................................................... $1,312,318.36 Healing Heart Fund (2002)................................................................................................. $3,474.86 Robert Hicklin, Sr. Fund (1994)........................................................................................ $28,852.70 William and Beverly Hiller Charitable Fund (1993)...................................................... planned giving Susan Patricia Hodge Memorial Fund (1995).................................................................. $45,291.82 George Dan’l Hoffman Fund (1995)................................................................................. $79,309.32 Inman Community Development Fund (2000)...................................................................$11,871.27 The Henry D. Jacobs, Jr. Family Fund (2002).................................................................. $21,051.46


Fund List James & John, Inc. Charitable Fund (2004)....................................................................... $1,221.71 The W.L. Jeffords Family Special Fund (2000)........................................................... planned giving Mignon S. Jeffords Memorial Fund (1997)....................................................................... $94,897.86 Betty and George Dean Johnson Fund (1994)............................................................... $573,023.83 Junior League of S’burg/Mary Flowers Scott Smith Fund for Abused Women (1994)..... $62,414.32 Junior League of Sptbg./Thomas J. Troup Educational Endowment (1999).....................$66,311.94 The Bob Justice General Fund (2004)............................................................................... $3,027.15 John and Kitty Keith Fund (1992)....................................................................................... $7,426.44 E. Clifton and Clara M. Lancaster Fund (1996).............................................................. $126,253.06 The Roy Lane Spartanburg Community Memorial Fund (2001)......................................... $5,913.26 Brian Lawrence Memorial Fund (1999)............................................................................ $19,863.14 Leadership Spartanburg 25th Anniversary Class Special Projects Fund (2005)................ $3,643.39 Leadership Spartanburg Alumni Association Fund (1998)............................................... $12,823.81 R. E. and Marion Littlejohn Fund B (1997)..................................................................... $412,963.90 R. E. and Marion Littlejohn Fund P (1996)..................................................................... $177,431.55 R.E. and Marion W. Littlejohn MBMH Employees Discretionary Fund (1996).................. $66,238.75 Rudolph E. Mancke, Sr. Fellowship of Christian Athletes Scholarship Fund (2002).......... $2,082.02 Marion L. McMillan, Jr. Family Fund (2001)....................................................................... $7,235.15 Ed and Gail Medlin Fund (1998)......................................................................................... $1,737.73 Carolina Miracle League Development Fund (2002)........................................................ $80,161.93 George Evans and Cabell Carrington Mitchell Fund (1995)............................................... $2,744.36 Walter Scott Montgomery Boy Scout Troop 1 Fund (Church of the Advent) (1996)..........$11,857.93 Walter S. Montgomery Commons (1978)....................................................................... $348,007.44 Walter Scott Montgomery Junior Achievement of Spartanburg Special Fund (1996)...... $59,194.68 Walter Scott Montgomery Palmetto Council Boy Scouts of America Fund (1996)........... $59,194.68 Walter Scott Montgomery United Way of The Piedmont Special Fund (1996)................. $59,194.68 One Hundred Club Fund (1956)..................................................................................... $130,683.67 Eleanor G. Oppenheimer Barnet Endowment Fund (2001)............................................. $19,908.23 Orthopaedic Associates P.A. General Education Fund (2004)........................................... $9,977.82 Orthopaedic Research Foundation of the Carolinas, Inc. General Fund (2005)............ $516,372.13 The John F. and Myrtice D. Osborne Memorial Family Fund (2003)........................... planned giving The Spartanburg County OST Youth Fund (2000)............................................................. $6,651.28 Palmetto Men’s Club General Fund (2002)...................................................................... $17,135.78 Frederick G. and Alice S. Phillips Family Special Fund (2000)................................... planned giving The Grace M. and Harry R. Phillips, Jr. Family Fund (1999)............................................ $18,403.25 Robert and Dixie Pinson Charitable Fund (1993)............................................................. $40,693.32 Wayne D. and Virginia W. Plylar Family Special Fund (2001)............................................ $8,988.21 Jon H. Poteat Scholarship Fund (1997)........................................................................... $49,308.22 Roy S. and Elizabeth P. Powell Charitable Fund (1992)............................................. planned giving Roy S. and Elizabeth P. Powell Mobile Meals Fund (1998)............................................ $210,748.61 Josephine Prall S’burg Animal Welfare Mem. Endow. Fund (2000)................................. $23,344.47 A Spot of Pride Beautification Fund (2000).................................................................... $146,972.00 Caroline Virginia Pulliam Mitochondrial Special Fund (2005)..........................................$102,911.73 The South Carolina Racing Museum Special Fund (2000)................................................... $742.33 Jackson S. Dunbar RAINBOW Fund (1998).................................................................... $26,720.30 Randall, Lynn, and Russell Raines Family Fund (2004)............................................. planned giving The J. Guy Rankin Children’s Relief Fund (2000).............................................................. $1,230.83 Renaissance Project Special Fund (2000)..................................................................... $278,963.76 The Lawrence E. Roel Fund (2000)................................................................................... $4,971.13 The Jennifer R. Schaper/Spartanburg Day School Memorial Fund (2002)........................ $2,817.95 Sherwood Circle Beautification Fund (1999)......................................................................... $945.77 The Florine Cates Simpson Calvary Episcopal Church Memorial Cemetery Fund (2005)................................................................................. $20,750.38 Southside Unity in the Community Special Fund (2003).................................................... $4,816.55 Spartanburg County District Three Scholarship Fund (1998)........................................... $17,638.13 Spartanburg County Foundation Music Awards Fund (1995)........................................... $68,031.91 Spartanburg County Medical Society Fund (1956)........................................................... $67,771.18 Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office Chaplain’s Benevolence Program Fund (2002)...... $12,822.13 Spartanburg County Youth Anonymous Fund (1997)..................................................... $127,337.50 Spartanburg County Youth Sports Bureau Special Fund (2002)........................................ $5,341.30 Spartanburg Development Council Farmer’s Market Fund (2003)................................... $41,051.93 Spartanburg High School Athletic Department Endowment Fund (2002).......................... $6,935.37 Spartanburg High School Community Services Fund (2004)............................................. $6,154.10 Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium General Fund (2002).................................................. $10,359.50 Spartanburg School District Three Children’s Assistance Fund (2002).............................. $3,164.71 Spartanburg’s 175th Anniversary, Inc. General Fund (2005)........................................... $52,628.13 Springdale Lane Beautification Fund (2002)...................................................................... $5,858.96 SSS Management Corp. Foundation General Fund (2002)............................................$118,590.76 STCF M. L. Jr. & Marguerite M. Cates Faculty/Staff Development Endowment (2000)................................................................................ $65,774.30

STCF Technical Expo. & Confr. Faculty/Staff Development Fund (2000)........................ $12,613.73 STCF Wallace Eppes Johnson Curriculum Enhancement Fund (2003).......................... $20,917.89 Thomas Mason Stokes Perpetual Care Fund (2000)....................................................... $35,909.09 Strengthening Voices--Grassroots Leadership Development Fund (2003)...................... $29,063.20 Strengthening Voices--Organizational Capacity Building Fund (2003)............................. $68,130.49 Mary Ellen Suitt Fund (1992)............................................................................................ $64,491.24 Swiss American Community Fund (1999)........................................................................ $50,866.54 Spartanburg Area IMA Ruby Taylor Memorial Scholarship Fund (1987).......................... $47,622.05 The Fred J. Thomas Community Fund (2003)................................................................... $8,683.50 Robert R. Thomas Science and Education Fund (1996).................................................. $41,400.58 The Tiller Family Fund (2005).......................................................................................... $10,388.08 Trinity UMC Building Maintenance Endowment Fund (2000)......................................... $178,595.54 Rev. Dr. Clay H. Turner Endowment for St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic Fund (1998)..... $198,989.62 United Way Special Endowment Fund (1983).................................................................. $27,573.04 The Willard G. Wade Family Fund (1999)........................................................................ $31,423.97 William A. and Annie Louise Murray Wallace Fund (1993).......................................... planned giving Sallie Lybrand Ward Fund (2004)................................................................................... $332,197.48 John T. Wardlaw Adult Learning Center Fund (1997).................................................. planned giving Wardlaw Trust Fund (1978)............................................................................................ $187,442.05 John T. and Mary W. Wardlaw Trust Fund (1991).............................................................. $1,817.95 Vera W. and Roy Waters School District Six Memorial Music Fund (2001)........................ $7,712.19 Westminster Presbyterian Church Anonymous General Fund (2002)............................ $312,735.68 Westside Neighborhood Association General Fund (2005)...............................................$33,586.11 Elizabeth Ormand White Children’s Books Endowment Fund (1997).............................. $16,438.96 George A. Withers, Jr. Camp Scholarship Fund (1992)..................................................... $6,095.45 Leone Walker Woodard and Susan L. Woodard Children’s Fund (1999).................... planned giving YMCA Special Endowment Fund (1983).......................................................................... $27,573.01

Scholarship Funds Scholarship Funds provide financial assistance to students or professionals to advance their education. You may define guidelines for candidacy, the advisory committee, the school, and the award. Adult Learning Center Scholarship Fund (1997).............................................................. $21,376.44 Alpha Phi Alpha Chapter Scholarship Fund (2000).......................................................... $10,307.49 Horace H. Andrews Spartanburg County Scholarship Fund (1998)................................. $36,316.41 Jack K. and Margaret J. Barnes Scholarship Fund (1998)............................................... $61,228.60 Mary Alice Lanford Barnett Memorial Scholarship Fund (2002)....................................... $27,361.20 Kent A. Beeson Memorial Scholarship (2004).................................................................. $25,391.81 Bird Christian Scholarship Fund (2001)............................................................................ $34,808.61 Black Tie Scholarship Fund (2002)....................................................................................... $679.82 Boiling Springs Junior Chamber of Commerce Scholarship Fund (1992).........................$11,357.23 Spartanburg Breakfast BPW Club Scholarship Fund (2000)............................................ $13,382.15 The Helen T. Bruce Memorial Scholarship Fund (2001)..................................................... $4,960.06 The Ben Burfete and Workman Cantrell Memorial Scholarship Fund (2001)...................$11,617.12 Sarah S. Butler Horticultural Scholarship Fund (1994)..................................................... $73,515.52 J.F Byrnes High School Coca-Cola Scholarship Fund (1999).......................................... $33,235.40 Elizabeth W. Cannon Scholarship Fund (1987)................................................................ $34,530.85 Michael Boyd Canupp Memorial Scholarship Fund (1997)................................................ $1,449.80 Robert M. Carlisle Memorial Scholarship Fund (1953)................................................... $646,858.61 B. Frank Carruth Memorial Scholarship Fund (1998)....................................................... $20,944.42 Bobby Chapman Junior Golf Foundation Fund (1995)................................................... $218,807.72 Citizens for a Better Tomorrow - School District #3 Fund (1993)................................... $158,002.34 Civitan Club of Spartanburg Scholarship Fund (1998)..................................................... $31,960.91 Cammie Fludd Clagett Scholarship Fund (1990)........................................................... $150,104.04 The Helen V. Cole/Butler Scholarship Fund (1999).......................................................... $29,465.71 Joseph L. Cooke Memorial Scholarship Fund (1996)...................................................... $65,295.28 Covenant Presbyterian Church Scholarship Fund (1997)................................................ $26,145.02 2005 Annual Report • 35


Fund List Coyle Scholarship Fund of Buford St. UMC (2001)........................................................ $100,238.16 Hilard H. Dawkins Memorial Scholarship Fund (1992)..................................................... $15,546.75 R. P. Dawkins Scholarship Fund (1996)........................................................................... $38,052.23 Dorman (All Sports) Booster Club Scholarship Fund (2000)............................................ $44,889.86 Dorman Band E. Todd Watson Scholarship Fund (1994)................................................. $19,592.10 Dorman Band Josie Turnage Scholarship Fund (1996)................................................... $30,268.00 Dorman High School Allen O. Clark, Sr. Scholarship to Wofford College Fund (1996).................................................................................... $9,776.59 Dorman High School Alumni Scholarship Award (1996).................................................. $74,613.37 Dorman High School Anonymous Scholarship Fund (A) (2002)...................................... $57,140.72 Dorman High School Anonymous Scholarship Fund (B) (2002)........................................ $3,182.83 Dorman High School Chartwells Scholarship Fund (1996).............................................. $26,715.50 Dorman High School Coca-Cola Scholarship Fund (1999).............................................. $88,713.21 Dorman High School Daniel Scott Seay Memorial Scholarship Fund (1996)..................... $3,125.38 Dorman High School Mary Frances Gosnell Scholarship Fund (1996).............................. $6,279.44 Dorman High School Michael Scott Adams Memorial Scholarship Fund (2003).............. $31,216.04 The Ryan Sims Dorman High School Scholarship Fund (2002).................................... $135,343.96 Dorman High School Weldon Wyatt Endowment Fund (2003)................................... $1,413,628.89 Paul M. Dorman Scholarship Fund (1996)....................................................................... $33,656.31 Fred M. Epting and Sara W. Epting Fund (1987)............................................................... $4,874.52 Jim Everhart Special Scholarship Fund (1998).................................................................. $6,761.78 Fairforest Middle School PTO Scholarship Fund (2003).................................................... $5,670.01 Faris Scholarship Fund (1993).............................................................................................. $646.59 Faucette Family Fund (1998)........................................................................................... $17,381.45 The Elton C. and Bernice N. Ferris Memorial Scholarship Fund (2000)........................ $702,253.31 First Federal Bank of Spartanburg Former Officers and Directors Scholarship Fund (2001)............................................................................................... $9,982.35 First Presbyterian Church of Union, SC Sloan Scholarship Fund (1993)......................... $13,632.96 The Marguerite Alman Foster Annual Scholarship (1998)................................................ $19,994.19 J. Howard & Blanche Chapman Foster/Bethel United Methodist Church Scholarship Fund (2002)............................................................................................. $17,177.20 L.E. Gable Middle School P.T.O. Scholarship Fund (1999)................................................ $3,864.33 Gaffney Rotary Club Scholarship Fund (2000)................................................................. $66,935.69 The Moody Garner Memorial Scholarship Fund (1999).................................................. $33,028.89 Mason Gaston Memorial Scholarship Fund (1998).......................................................... $23,747.44 Casi Kathleen George Memorial Scholarship Fund (2000).............................................. $44,267.98 German American Club Scholarship Fund (1997)............................................................ $15,203.70 Edwin Gerschefski Memorial Scholarship Fund (1993)...................................................... $8,401.71 Lemuel Clingman Greene Scholarship Fund (1992).......................................................... $7,796.30 The Hammett Memorial Scholarship Fund of Buford St. UMC (2001)............................. $29,967.98 Frederick G. and Martha B. Harris Fund (1997)............................................................... $93,800.62 Gordon B. Helmers Professional Education Fund (1995)................................................ $72,623.48 Paul High American Legion Post 45 Baseball Scholarship Fund (2001)............................ $4,140.61 H. E. Hipp Memorial Scholarship Fund (1998)................................................................... $7,949.54 Charlie and Ellen Hodge Spartanburg High School Scholarship Fund (2003)................... $6,315.31 Eva S. Hoffman Scholarship Fund (1990)........................................................................ $59,467.90 Dr. William L. Howell, III and Shirley M. Howell Scholarship Fund (2002)....................... $43,458.07 Charles H. Humphries, Jr. Scholarship Fund (1971)........................................................ $19,049.37 Gaffney High School Melissa Ann Huntley Memorial Scholarship Fund (2001)................$11,554.72 Toy A. Hyder Memorial Scholarship Fund (2002)............................................................... $4,466.28 The Helen W. Hyett Memorial Scholarship Fund (2001).................................................... $2,926.16 Jane Hicks ASTRA Scholarship of Altrusa International of Spartanburg Fund (2005)........................................................................................ $14,005.17 Benjamin O. and Mallie B. Johnson Legal Education Fund (1965)................................ $328,381.07 Kiwanis Educational Fund (1987)................................................................................... $129,574.34 James “Pee Wee” Lambert Scholarship Fund (1994)...................................................... $10,681.77 H. Gene Lee Memorial Scholarship Fund (1999)............................................................. $10,083.41 Jack A. Linder, Sr. and Carolyn G. Linder Broome High Scholarship Fund (2002).........$113,980.12 The Cliff Malpass Memorial Scholarship Fund (2001)........................................................ $1,902.77 James Mancke Scholarship Fund (1994)......................................................................... $36,906.79 Nancy Amelia Means Charitable Fund (1995)....................................................................... $134.55 Janna Miller Memorial Scholarship Fund (1999)................................................................ $3,251.07 Nancy M. Moore Memorial Scholarship Fund (1998)..................................................... $100,006.66 Miss South Carolina Organization Scholarship Fund (2003).......................................... $169,612.07 Katherine Marie Morgan Memorial Scholarship Fund (1999)............................................. $8,423.78 Daniel Morgan ROTC Fund (1989).................................................................................. $37,263.45 Music Club of Spartanburg Lynne Moore Salmon Scholarship Fund (1996)..................... $2,334.14 Music Club of Spartanburg Paul Calvert Thomas Pre-College Scholarship Fund (1990)............................................................................................. $12,310.12 The Music Club of Spartanburg (1986)............................................................................ $33,931.06 36 • The Spartanburg County Foundation

Doug Necker Memorial Scholarship Fund (2000)............................................................ $36,899.26 Alfred G. and Virginia R. New Memorial Scholarship Fund (1998)....................................... $153.36 Charles and Mary New Scholarship Fund (1990)............................................................... $4,470.43 Vendetta M. Nicholson Scholarship Fund (2000)............................................................. $14,812.83 The Oakbrook Preparatory School Scholarship Fund (2000)........................................ $123,905.37 Kay Killingsworth Parris Scholarship Fund (1988)........................................................... $26,636.77 The Stuart Harrison Price Memorial Scholarship Fund (2005)......................................... $12,762.94 M.D. Putnam Annual Scholarship Fund (2000)................................................................ $14,054.29 Harold D. Raeford Memorial Scholarship Fund (2003).................................................... $20,443.71 The Yvonne Ravan Memorial Scholarship (2004).............................................................. $7,754.09 H. Morgan Rogers and Anne W. Rogers Scholarship Fund (1996).................................. $85,678.94 Emil Rusch Memorial Scholarship Fund (1999)............................................................... $18,308.79 SC School Plant Management Association Scholarship Fund (1999)................................ $7,562.84 Dr. and Mrs. B. T. Sears, Sr. Memorial Scholarship Fund (2003)..................................... $13,304.16 The Eula Sherman Scholarship of Altrusa International of Spartanburg Fund (2001)...... $12,848.92 Small-Fry Scholarship Fund of Cherokee County (1997)................................................. $61,966.47 Ellen Hines Smith Girls’ Home Scholarship Fund (1998)................................................. $34,158.36 Frances Elizabeth Sitton Smith Memorial Nursing Scholarship Fund (2003)................... $48,399.32 The Jennifer Leigh Smith Memorial Swimming Scholarship Fund (1998)........................ $18,785.22 Dr. Gwendolyn M. Smith Scholarship Fund (2002).......................................................... $26,991.76 Clinton Richard Smith, Sr. Memorial Scholarship Fund (2003)........................................ $48,399.35 Spartanburg County Anonymous Scholarship Fund (1998)............................................. $54,537.39 Spartanburg County Clemson Club Scholarship Fund (1997)........................................... $6,056.90 Spartanburg County Dist. 5 Dietrich Gaston Memorial Scholarship Fund (1998).............. $1,717.68 Spartanburg County District Five Food Services Scholarship Fund (1997)..................... $37,070.15 Spartanburg County District Seven Orchestra Scholarship Fund (William R. Scott) (1997)............................................................................................. $19,247.47 Spartanburg County Livestock Producers’ Association General Fund (1997).................. $74,331.18 Spartanburg County Professional Legal Assistant Program Scholarship Fund (2000)...... $2,425.34 Spartanburg High School Jesse D. Workman Memorial Scholarship Fund (2003)........... $6,904.65 Spartanburg High School ACT/Ella Poats Scholarship Fund (1989)................................ $13,732.44 Spartanburg High School Alex Hopps, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund (1991)................ $14,330.39 Spartanburg High School Andrew Allen Scholarship Fund (1987)................................... $24,349.95 Spartanburg High School Business Education Scholarship Fund (2003).......................... $1,714.55 Spartanburg High School Chapter National Honor Society Scholarship (1994)............... $24,886.22 Spartanburg High School Chapter of the National Beta Club Scholarship Fund (1990)............................................................................................. $14,631.24 Spartanburg High School Charles I. Blackburn Memorial Scholarship Fund (1990)........ $13,463.29 Spartanburg High School Class of ‘44 Scholarship Fund (1984)................................... $186,265.57 Spartanburg High School Class of ‘45 Scholarship Fund (1995)..................................... $19,027.20 Spartanburg High School Class of ‘46 Scholarship Fund (1995)..................................... $16,230.51 Spartanburg High School Class of ‘47 Scholarship Fund (1999)..................................... $17,028.26 Spartanburg High School Class of ‘48 Scholarship Fund (2000)......................................$11,316.67 Spartanburg High School Class of ‘54 Scholarship Fund (1999)..................................... $16,494.78 Spartanburg High School Class of ‘60 Scholarship Fund (1995)....................................... $4,674.81 Spartanburg High School Class of ‘62 Scholarship Fund (1987)..................................... $18,542.71 Spartanburg High School Class of ‘65 Scholarship Fund (1996)..................................... $19,441.10 Spartanburg High School Class of ‘70 Scholarship Fund (1992)..................................... $12,286.50 Spartanburg High School Class of ‘71 Scholarship Fund (2001)....................................... $2,489.60 Spartanburg High School Class of ‘72 Scholarship Fund (2002)....................................... $3,753.84 Spartanburg High School Class of ‘75 Scholarship Fund (1995)....................................... $2,334.09 Spartanburg High School Erik Hudson Neely Memorial Scholarship Fund (2001)............ $2,998.35 Spartanburg High School General Scholarship Fund (2002)........................................... $19,567.83 Spartanburg High School Jack Lawrence, Sr. Scholarship Fund (1993)............................ $9,312.75 Spartanburg High School Joseph G. McCracken Valedictory Scholarship Fund (1991)............................................................................................. $39,893.44 Spartanburg High School Joseph P. and Edna B. Clarke Memorial Music Scholarship Fund (1994)..................................................................................... $5,394.07 Spartanburg High School McCracken Junior High Beta Club Scholarship Fund (1993)............................................................................................. $17,592.43 Spartanburg High School Michael Delton Holmes Memorial Scholarship Fund (1989)............................................................................................... $6,639.90 Spartanburg High School Thomas L. Willis Scholarship Fund (1996)................................ $3,435.04 Spartanburg Housing Authority Scholarship Fund (1997).............................................. $159,420.53 Spartanburg Rotary Club Scholarship Fund (1984)....................................................... $141,163.68 Walter Spry Memorial Scholarship Fund (1954)............................................................. $146,527.12 St. Paul United Methodist Church Youth Scholarship Fund (1995).................................... $7,695.15 STCF Benjamin D. Snoddy Scholarship Fund (1999).......................................................$11,645.12 STCF Boyce Hensley Achievement Award Fund (1999).................................................... $7,804.52 STCF Brazilian Friends Scholarship Fund (1992)............................................................ $13,642.29


Fund List STCF Bruce Harris Memorial Scholarship Fund (1998)....................................................$11,859.49 STCF Charles R. Sanders Scholarship (1993)................................................................. $12,035.30 STCF Chris Duerksen Memorial Scholarship Fund (1996)...............................................$11,165.22 STCF Debra Ann Kay Memorial Scholarship Fund (1995)............................................... $14,391.92 STCF Foster and Ruth Gray Chapman Single Parent Achievement Award (2001)......... $46,922.14 STCF Helen Mazalin Office Systems Tech. Scholarship Fund (2000)............................... $3,748.21 STCF HVAC Scholarship Fund (1992)............................................................................. $23,002.64 STCF Jack A. Powers Presidential Achievement Award Fund (1996).............................. $12,653.87 STCF James P. Ledbetter, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund (1992)................................... $21,033.63 STCF James Wood Memorial Fund (1992)...................................................................... $12,856.85 STCF Joe R. and Joella F. Utley Endowment Fund (1995)...............................................$15,117.57 STCF John Alden Squires Memorial Alumni Scholarship Fund (2000).............................$11,976.60 STCF John B. White Scholarship Fund (1992)................................................................ $15,077.47 STCF John C. Johnson Memorial Scholarship (2004)......................................................$11,593.76 STCF John S. Featherston Memorial Scholarship Fund (1992)....................................... $36,902.04 STCF Leroy Sellars Memorial Scholarship Fund (1999)...................................................$11,107.78 STCF Mildred Harrison Dent Memorial Scholarship Fund (1998).................................... $27,000.18 STCF Mu Alpha Theta Arts and Science Scholarship Fund (2001).................................... $5,207.72 STCF Piedmont Interstate Fair Horticultural Scholarship Fund (1997)............................ $12,231.61 STCF Shirley M. Tillotson Memorial Scholarship Fund (1998)......................................... $13,776.22 STCF Spartanburg County Medical Society Health Careers Scholarship Fund (2001)..............................................................................................$11,202.86 STCF Spartanburg Lions Club Scholarship for the Blind Fund (1997)............................. $18,645.76 STCF Todd Reynolds Memorial Scholarship Fund (1998)............................................... $12,128.66 STCF Vic Bailey Ford ASSET Scholarship/Resource Fund (1997)...................................$11,427.05 STCF Wil Myers Scholarship Fund (1990)....................................................................... $66,812.58 STCF Workman Cantrell Memorial Culinary Arts Internship Endowment (2001)............. $18,249.94 Jerry D. Steadman Scholarship Fund (1995)....................................................................$11,195.82 The Bud Teaster Scholarship Fund (2001)......................................................................... $6,597.31 The Doris and Claude Tidwell Spartanburg High School Scholarship Fund (2002)......... $12,636.58 Cornelia Greer Walker Scholarship of the Union Music Club Fund (1997)...................... $15,653.45 Union-Laurens Commission for Higher Education Scholarship Fund (2001)................. $126,006.38 Clifford M. Walden & Stephen A. Walden Memorial Scholarship Fund (1998)................. $48,669.98 Susan Y. West Memorial Art Scholarship Fund (2004)..................................................... $12,372.29 Ruby Hawkins West Memorial Scholarship Fund (2002)................................................... $9,808.61 The Melba J. Wheeler Memorial Scholarship Fund (1999).............................................. $24,670.31 Ada Gossett Williams Memorial Scholarship Fund (2003)................................................. $8,034.48 Zane Thomas Williams Memorial Scholarship Fund (2005)............................................... $7,685.54 Woodruff High School Athletic Alumni Assoc. Scholarship Fund (2000).......................... $14,163.70 Weldon Wyatt Scholarship Fund (1999).......................................................................... $33,028.89 YMCA Black Achievers Scholarship Fund (2001)................................................................$3,759.11

Counsel woven into the fabric of real life is wisdom.

Supporting Organizations Supporting Organization Funds allow public charities 501(c)(3), that have affiliated with The Spartanburg County Foundation, to make their charitable grants and distributions. Bain Foundation (1996) Balmer Foundation, Inc. (2001) The Barnet Foundation Trust, Inc. (1997) Benevolent Foundation (2003) Judy Bradshaw Children’s Foundation (1998) The Noble Tree Foundation.org (2001) Tena and Fred Oates Foundation, Inc. (1998) The Perrin Foundation (2000) Zimmerli Foundation, Inc. (1994)

General Fund Field of Interest Funds General Field of Interest Funds are given to The Spartanburg County Foundation by people who entrust The Foundation’s volunteer leaders and professional staff to make their philanthropic decision-making for them These unrestricted funds are used to address the community’s most pressing needs over time. (If you choose to establish a different type of fund, you may designate a portion of it as unrestricted.) William Stuart Allen Memorial Fund (2003).................................................................... $124,923.96 Lucile M. Cart Cancer Fund (1961)................................................................................ $238,772.00 A.K. and Lois H. Caughman Fund (1992)........................................................................ $54,150.73 Georgia Cleveland Memorial Fund (1986)..................................................................... $218,579.33 Stanley W. Converse Fund (1972)................................................................................... $99,823.22 Frank Harrison Cunningham Fund (1989)........................................................................ $54,568.32 Erwin N. Darrin Fund (1962)............................................................................................. $81,487.47 William B. and Mary D. Ferguson Fund (1986).............................................................. $249,307.30 Founder’s Fund (1993)..................................................................................................... $73,228.65 Alma M. and T. R. Garrison Fund (1992)..................................................................... $1,441,373.63 Greenewald Family Fund (1990)...................................................................................... $63,250.08 Leland L. and Nell B. Larrabee Fund (1977).................................................................. $144,558.87 Fred Nash Fund (1976)...................................................................................................$114,965.02 Olney Education Fund (1979)......................................................................................... $482,365.01 Virginia U. Russell Fund (1971)........................................................................................ $56,368.30 Arthur Frederick Willis Childrens Fund (1973).................................................................. $22,989.73

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Grants 2005 Grants from the General Fund Unrestricted Funds and General Fund Field of Interest Funds Arts & Culture Arts Partnership of Greater Spartanburg, Inc. Arts Partnership Capital Campaign “Silent Leadership Gifts”........................................ $666,666 Ballet Spartanburg, Inc. Computer Update Project.................................................................................................. $5,000 Brevard Music Center Scholarship Assistance...................................................................................................... $1,000 Hub City Writer’s Project Fund Comfort & Joy - Dr. Kirk Neely’s Manuscript .................................................................... $1,000 Spartanburg Community Band Inc. Pass Through Grant............................................................................................................... $50

$673,716

Community Services Big Country Foundation Inc. Luncheon of Champions - Table of 8..................................................................................... $450 Central Carolina Community Foundation, Inc. Community Foundation Alliance Support.......................................................................... $3,000 Christmas in Action*Spartanburg SCANPO’s 2005 Annual Conference: A New Look for a New Day...................................... $150 City of Spartanburg 175th Anniversary of Spartanburg, South Carolina........................................................... $5,000 2005 Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration........................................................................... $1,000 The Council for Community Empowerment General Fund African American Community Summit and Outreach........................................................ $7,500 The E. Clifton & Clara M. Lancaster Fund Interfund transfer........................................................................................................... $40,000 Piedmont Chapter AFP Philanthropy Day Awards Luncheon..................................................................................... $250 Safe Homes - Rape Crisis Coalition Renovation of New Building............................................................................................ $17,000 SPACE The Spartanburg Area Conservancy.................................................................................... $250 Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce Fort Worth Intercommunity Visit.................... $1,000 Spartanburg Housing Authority Baltimore Street Property..................................................................................................... $577 Upstate SCAVA Volunteer Reception............................................................................................................. $500

$76,677

Education ETV Endowment of SC, Inc. Media Literacy Workshops................................................................................................ $4,000 Reach Out and Read Book Purchase, Expansion and Training......................................................................... $12,175 Spartanburg County School District Three Cannons Elementary School 1/4 Mile Walking Trail.......................................................... $3,000 Spartanburg Methodist College Renovation of the Charles Pinckney Hammond Men’s Residence Hall ........................... $8,000 Strategic Planning Retreat................................................................................................. $1,000 Spartanburg Science Center Pass Through Grant............................................................................................................. $100 USC Upstate American Humanics Management Institute....................................................................... $1,000

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$29,275

Health

Cancer Association of Spartanburg & Cherokee Counties, Inc. SCANPO’s 2005 Annual Conference: A New Look for a New Day...................................... $150 The Children’s Advocacy Center of Spartanburg, Inc. Parental Assessment/Support Group Program............................................................... $14,000 Family Connection of South Carolina, Inc. Workshops and Respite Sites............................................................................................ $5,500 Partners for Active Living 2005 Walk to School Day.................................................................................................. $1,775 Piedmont Care, Inc. Community Thanksgiving Service Matching Funds........................................................... $3,914 Pass Through Grant.......................................................................................................... $3,914 South Carolina Ovarian Cancer Foundation Spartanburg Lecture for the South Carolina Ovarian Cancer Foundation......................... $2,000 St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic, Inc. Medication for Elderly Patients........................................................................................ $12,000

$43,253

Recreation & Youth

Piedmont Area Girl Scout Council, Inc. Improving Programmatic Capacity of the Girl Scouts...................................................... $13,830 Southside Unity in the Community Special Fund Spartanburg Park It Day.................................................................................................... $2,500 Youth Sports Bureau, U.S.A. Spartanburg Youth Bureau RBI Baseball Program............................................................ $1,000

$17,330

Scholarship

Barnet Scholarships Pass Through Grants......................................................................................................... $3,375 Olney Education Scholarships Spartanburg County Students........................................................................................... $9,000 Spartanburg County Foundation Scholarships Spartanburg County Scholars....................................................................................... $128,171

$140,546

Social Services

American Red Cross - Piedmont Chapter Heat Pump Replacement.................................................................................................. $2,000 Animal Allies Fund Animal Allies, Inc. of Spartanburg County General Fund.................................................. $2,500 Big Brothers/Big Sisters Match Coordinator for the Sidekicks Program................................................................. $15,000 The Haven, Inc. SCANPO’s 2005 Annual Conference: A New Look for a New Day...................................... $150 Mobile Meal Service of Spartanburg, Inc. Marketing Materials........................................................................................................... $2,000 Optimist Security Blanket Foundation Fund Optimist Security Blanket Fund Grant............................................................................... $3,000 Piedmont Community Actions, Inc. Head Start - U.S. Department of Transportation Bus Mandates....................................... $7,150 Senior Centers of Spartanburg, Inc. Sound Control System and Motorized Projector Screen................................................... $2,500 Spartanburg Teen Pregnancy Prevention Council, Inc. Teen Outreach: Curricula and Training for Partners and the “Relief” for Partners materials, supplies, and participation rewards................................................................. $15,000 Spartanburg Terrace Tenants Association 1st Annual Juneteenth Celebration of Freedom................................................................... $500 Strengthening Voices Organizational Capacity Building Fund Strenghtening Voices Organizational Capacity Building Program Support..................... $30,000 TOTAL Ministries SCANPO 2005 Annual Conference - A New Look for a New Day........................................ $150

$79,950

Total Grants from the General Fund Unrestricted Funds and General Fund Field of Interest Funds..........................................$1,060,745


Grants 2005 Grants from Component Funds and Donor Advised Funds Arts & Culture

Arts Partnership of Greater Spartanburg, Inc..................................................................... $155,150 Ballet Spartanburg, Inc.............................................................................................................. $700 Brevard Music Center............................................................................................................. $3,100 Carolina Foothills Artisan Center............................................................................................... $100 S.C. Federation of Music Clubs................................................................................................. $300 Hub City Writer’s Project Fund............................................................................................... $5,000 Hub City Writers Project, Inc................................................................................................ $10,500 Interlochen Center for the Arts................................................................................................... $100 International Festival Society.................................................................................................. $1,000 Music Club of Spartanburg..................................................................................................... $1,396 Music Foundation of Spartanburg, Inc............................................................................... $145, 285 Petrie School of Music............................................................................................................... $100 Spartanburg Community Band, Inc........................................................................................... $300 Spartanburg County Museum of Art..................................................................................... $24,100 Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium........................................................................................ $10,000 The Spartanburg Repertory Company................................................................................... $3,000

Community Services

$360,131

Alston Wilkes Society................................................................................................................ $100 American Legion Auxiliary Unit 28........................................................................................ $12,038 National Audubon Society, Inc..................................................................................................... $75 Bethany Baptist Church.......................................................................................................... $4,105 Cashiers-Glenville Volunteer Fire Department, Inc..................................................................... $50 Central United Methodist Church........................................................................................... $6,700 Child Evangelism Fellowship, Inc.............................................................................................. $100 South Carolina Christian Action Council, Inc............................................................................. $100 Coalition for Buzzards Bay, Inc.................................................................................................. $100 Columbia Theological Seminary................................................................................................ $200 Community Indicators VI Edition Resolution Fund................................................................. $6,000 Community SLASH Center.......................................................................................................... $51 Converse Heights Tree Fund.................................................................................................. $7,700 Covenant Presbyterian Church.............................................................................................. $4,000 Environmental Defense Incorporated........................................................................................ $951 Episcopal Church of the Advent........................................................................................... $32,654 Fellowship of Christian Athletes................................................................................................. $300 First Baptist Church of Spartanburg..................................................................................... $20,000 First Presbyterian Church..................................................................................................... $76,618 Foundation for the Carolinas.................................................................................................. $9,256 Gramling United Methodist Church........................................................................................ $1,000 Greenville Rotary Club.............................................................................................................. $100 Community Foundation of Greater Greenville, Inc.................................................................... $100 The Group of 100, Inc............................................................................................................. $5,000 Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County.................................................................................. $50 Habitat for Humanity of Spartanburg, Inc............................................................................... $2,964 Hatcher Garden and Woodland Preserve Fund..................................................................... $4,200 Hatcher Garden and Woodland Preserve, Inc...................................................................... $54,285 Inman Rotary Club..................................................................................................................... $500 Journey Resources.................................................................................................................... $100 Lake Summit Foundation........................................................................................................ $1,200 Leadership Spartanburg 25 Year Reunion Fund....................................................................... $100 Mayo First Baptist Church...................................................................................................... $1,815 Middle Tyger Community Center............................................................................................ $6,500 Morningside Baptist Church................................................................................................... $2,000 Nazareth Presbyterian Church............................................................................................. $56,137 New Hope Baptist Church.................................................................................................... $15,881 The Noble Tree Foundation.org.............................................................................................. $1,300 PACE Foundation................................................................................................................. $24,600 Population Communications International, Inc............................................................................ $50 A Spot of Pride Beautification Fund........................................................................................ $5,000 Riverbanks Zoological Parks Society........................................................................................ $951 Rotary Club of Greenville.......................................................................................................... $300 S. C. Coastal Conservation League.......................................................................................... $100 Safe Homes - Rape Crisis Coalition....................................................................................... $1,473

Silver Hill Memorial UMC........................................................................................................ $4,000 South Carolina Nature Conservancy...................................................................................... $2,600 SPACE....................................................................................................................................... $591 Spartanburg Christian Community Foundation.................................................................... $39,130 Spartanburg County First Steps................................................................................................ $926 The Spartanburg County Foundation General Fund.............................................................. $3,849 Spartanburg County Public Libraries.................................................................................... $15,850 Spartanburg Housing Authority............................................................................................... $2,000 Spartanburg Men’s Garden Club............................................................................................ $2,500 St. Benedict’s: Calvary and Epiphany Churches....................................................................... $600 St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church........................................................................................ $1,307 St. John In the Wilderness Church............................................................................................ $500 St. Matthew United Methodist Church.................................................................................... $5,900 St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church................................................................................................ $850 St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church...................................................................................... $2,200 Temple of Israel...................................................................................................................... $1,275 The College Foundation.............................................................................................................. $50 Trinity United Methodist Church............................................................................................$11,000 Tucapau Baptist Church............................................................................................................ $100 Union Rotary Club................................................................................................................ $25,100 United Ministries of Greenville................................................................................................... $500 United Way of Greenville County, Inc..................................................................................... $5,200 United Way of the Piedmont, Inc.......................................................................................... $61,333 Upstate Forever......................................................................................................................... $550 Westside Neighborhood Association Fund............................................................................. $1,000 South Carolina Wildlife Federation............................................................................................ $100

$555,815

Education

Adult Learning Center Scholarship Fund................................................................................ $1,000 Adult Learning Center, Inc.....................................................................................................$11,625 The Albany Academy................................................................................................................. $250 Arcadia Elementary School.................................................................................................... $1,000 Boiling Springs High School................................................................................................... $2,244 Buena Vista High School........................................................................................................ $9,500 Buford Street United Methodist Church.................................................................................. $3,779 The Ben Burfete and Workman Cantrell Memorial Scholarship Fund....................................... $250 Cannons Elementary PTO...................................................................................................... $1,000 Carolina Piedmont Foundation, Inc........................................................................................ $2,250 The Carter Center, Inc............................................................................................................... $300 The Charles Lea Center Foundation, Inc............................................................................. $21,591 Christ Church Episcopal School................................................................................................ $100 The Citadel................................................................................................................................ $220 Citizen Scholar Program Fund............................................................................................... $8,700 Citizens Scholars.................................................................................................................... $2,000 Clemson Advancement Foundation for Design & Building..................................................... $5,000 Clemson University............................................................................................................... $50,000 Colorado Christian University................................................................................................. $1,000 Columbia University................................................................................................................... $150 Converse College................................................................................................................. $33,397 Dartmouth College.................................................................................................................. $1,500 East Mississippi Community College...................................................................................... $2,000 Emory University.................................................................................................................... $6,000 Erskine College...................................................................................................................... $2,500 ETV Endowment of SC, Inc.................................................................................................... $3,671 Furman University.................................................................................................................. $6,000 Mary Baldwin College................................................................................................................ $450 O. P. Earle Elementary PTO................................................................................................... $2,850 Presbyterian College............................................................................................................ $14,004 Rhodes College......................................................................................................................... $450 The Rivers School..................................................................................................................... $500 Salem College & Academy..................................................................................................... $1,500 Savannah Country Day School, Inc........................................................................................... $250 SC School for the Deaf & Blind................................................................................................. $744 Small Fry Scholarship Committee.......................................................................................... $2,200 Southern Poverty Law Center, Inc............................................................................................. $100 Spartanburg County Anonymous Scholarship Fund............................................................... $1,000 Spartanburg County School District Four............................................................................... $2,000 Spartanburg County School District Three............................................................................. $2,500 Spartanburg Day School...................................................................................................... $21,928 Spartanburg High School....................................................................................................... $1,500 2005 Annual Report • 39


Grants Spartanburg Methodist College............................................................................................ $22,495 Spartanburg Science Center.................................................................................................. $1,000 Spartanburg Technical College Foundation.......................................................................... $49,644 Trinity College............................................................................................................................ $300 University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill................................................................................ $1,000 University of Rochester............................................................................................................. $500 University of South Carolina................................................................................................... $1,766 University of Virginia McIntire School of Commerce Foundation.............................................. $500 USC Upstate........................................................................................................................... $1,000 Vanderbilt University.................................................................................................................... $50 The Walker Foundation, Inc................................................................................................. $18,531 Washington University............................................................................................................... $500 George Washington University............................................................................................... $5,000 Winthrop University..................................................................................................................... $50 Winthrop University Foundation................................................................................................ $500 Wofford College.................................................................................................................... $25,197

$357,035

Health

Upstate Alzheimer’s Association............................................................................................ $1,089 American Cancer Society.......................................................................................................... $300 American Liver Foundation........................................................................................................ $100 Cancer Association of Spartanburg & Cherokee Counties, Inc................................................. $250 Candler Hospital........................................................................................................................ $100 Carolina Pregnancy Center....................................................................................................... $853 The Children’s Advocacy Center of Spartanburg, Inc............................................................. $1,100 Colon Cancer Alliance............................................................................................................ $1,000 Doctors Without Borders, USA, Inc............................................................................................. $50 Healthy Smiles of Spartanburg.................................................................................................. $200 Interim Hospice....................................................................................................................... $1,100 Lahey Clinic, Inc........................................................................................................................ $100 Mary Black Memorial Hospital Auxilary.................................................................................. $7,506 Mental Health Association of the Piedmont, Inc........................................................................ $585 Pardee Hospital Foundation...................................................................................................... $500 Piedmont Care, Inc.................................................................................................................... $500 Caroline Virginia Pulliam Mitochondrial Special Fund............................................................ $4,370 Spartanburg County Medical Society................................................................................... $89,000 Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System Foundation........................................................ $54,624 Spartanburg Regional Hospice............................................................................................... $1,400 St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital...................................................................................... $200 St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic, Inc......................................................................................... $7,959 Union County Health Care Foundation Affiliate Administrative Fund................................. $108,174 Union County Health Care Foundation, Inc............................................................................ $1,000

$282,060

Historic Preservation

Cowpens War Memorial General Fund.................................................................................. $5,000 Huguenot Society of South Carolina......................................................................................... $500 Landrum Cemetery Perpetual Care Association.................................................................... $6,000 National Trust for Historic Preservation..................................................................................... $951 The Oakdale Cemetery Company............................................................................................. $200 Oakwood Cemetery Perpetual Care Association................................................................. $33,600 Palmetto Conservation Foundation........................................................................................ $8,000 Price House Endowment Fund............................................................................................... $9,000 Rutherfordton Town Revitalization, Inc................................................................................... $1,000 The South Carolina Historical Society.................................................................................... $1,250 Spartanburg County Historical Association.......................................................................... $17,859 Union County Historical Foundation.......................................................................................... $100

Recreation & Youth

$83,461

Boy Scout Troop 1................................................................................................................ $13,000 Boys and Girls Club of the Upstate........................................................................................ $2,600 FENCE, Inc............................................................................................................................. $4,077 Girl Scouts of the Piedmont Area Council.............................................................................. $2,330 HALTER..................................................................................................................................... $100 Junior Achievement of Spartanburg, Inc............................................................................... $15,836 Palmetto Council Boy Scouts of America............................................................................. $53,093 Piedmont Area Girl Scout Council, Inc................................................................................... $1,000 Southside Unity in the Community......................................................................................... $1,000 Spartanburg County Parks & Recreation............................................................................. $25,375 40 • The Spartanburg County Foundation

Troop 1 Legacy Foundation General Fund............................................................................. $1,213 Troop 3 (Nazareth Presbyterian) Boy Scout Endowment Fund............................................. $5,000 United States Olympic Committee............................................................................................... $25 YMCA of Greater Spartanburg............................................................................................. $34,017 Young Life of Spartanburg.....................................................................................................$11,900 Youth Sports Bureau, U.S.A................................................................................................. $10,600

Scholarship

$181,167

University of Alabama............................................................................................................. $1,000 Anderson College................................................................................................................... $1,750 Appalachian State University..................................................................................................... $750 Asbury Theological Seminary................................................................................................. $2,000 Asheville Buncombe Technical Community College.................................................................. $500 Auburn University...................................................................................................................... $500 Augustana College.................................................................................................................... $500 Belmont University.................................................................................................................. $1,500 Brevard College...................................................................................................................... $4,625 Carleton College........................................................................................................................ $750 Carolina Piedmont Foundation, Inc........................................................................................ $2,000 Charleston Southern University.............................................................................................. $2,450 The Citadel............................................................................................................................. $2,000 Claflin University..................................................................................................................... $3,000 Clemson University............................................................................................................... $38,450 Coastal Carolina University.................................................................................................... $2,000 College of Charleston............................................................................................................. $8,875 College of William and Mary................................................................................................... $7,000 Columbia College...................................................................................................................... $500 Converse College................................................................................................................. $22,394 Davidson College................................................................................................................... $3,000 East Tennessee State University............................................................................................... $500 Emory University.................................................................................................................... $3,000 Erskine College......................................................................................................................... $848 Ferrum College....................................................................................................................... $1,100 Francis Marion University....................................................................................................... $1,000 Furman University.................................................................................................................. $3,150 Gardner Webb University.......................................................................................................... $500 Georgia Institute of Technology............................................................................................. $1,500 Georgia Southern University..................................................................................................... $500 Greenville Technical College.................................................................................................. $3,402 Grinnell College......................................................................................................................... $500 Hampton University................................................................................................................ $3,500 Illinois College........................................................................................................................ $1,000 Lander University.................................................................................................................... $2,000 Lenoir-Rhyne College............................................................................................................. $1,000 Limestone College..................................................................................................................... $500 Macon State College................................................................................................................. $898 Mars Hill College.................................................................................................................... $1,000 Maryville College.................................................................................................................... $1,000 Medical University of South Carolina...................................................................................... $1,250 Motorcycle Mechnanics Institute............................................................................................... $100 North Greenville College........................................................................................................ $5,750 Ohio State University................................................................................................................. $500 Ohio University....................................................................................................................... $3,000 Piedmont Technical School....................................................................................................... $345 Presbyterian College.............................................................................................................. $6,700 Rice University........................................................................................................................ $2,000 Salem College & Academy........................................................................................................ $100 Savannah College of Art and Design, Inc............................................................................... $1,350 Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic................................................................................. $500 South Carolina State University.............................................................................................. $1,500 Southern Wesleyan University............................................................................................... $1,000 Southwestern University......................................................................................................... $1,000 Spartanburg County School District Six.................................................................................... $350 Spartanburg Methodist College.............................................................................................. $8,333 Spartanburg Technical College Foundation.......................................................................... $13,534 Tennessee Technology Center at Elizabethton......................................................................... $500 Trident Technical College.......................................................................................................... $100 UNC Greensboro.................................................................................................................... $3,000 University of LaVerne............................................................................................................$11,931 University of South Carolina................................................................................................. $38,988


Grants University of South Carolina Aiken......................................................................................... $1,200 University of the South........................................................................................................... $1,000 USC Upstate......................................................................................................................... $14,621 Vanderbilt University............................................................................................................... $2,500 Virginia Union University........................................................................................................... $500 Winston-Salem State University............................................................................................. $1,000 Winthrop University................................................................................................................ $4,500 Wofford College.................................................................................................................... $35,824

$295,418

Social Services

American Red Cross.............................................................................................................. $5,000 American Red Cross - Piedmont Chapter............................................................................ $30,000 Amnesty International USA........................................................................................................ $200 Animal Allies.............................................................................................................................. $250 Bethlehem Center................................................................................................................... $2,500 Bread for the World Institute...................................................................................................... $250 Camp Bob Hardin...................................................................................................................... $145 Camp Courage-Carolina Shag Club, Inc................................................................................ $1,200 Common Cause of South Carolina Educational Foundation..................................................... $951 Cross Anchor Ruritan Club..................................................................................................... $2,000 Epworth Childrens Home........................................................................................................ $5,500 Goodfellows, Inc.......................................................................................................................... $50 Greater Spartanburg Ministries, Inc...................................................................................... $10,050 Greenville Humane Society......................................................................................................... $50 The Haven, Inc....................................................................................................................... $1,187 Healing Heart.......................................................................................................................... $1,000 Heifer Project International, Inc................................................................................................. $200 Humane Society of the United States.......................................................................................... $50 Kiwanis Club of Spartanburg..................................................................................................... $500 Merrie Woode Foundation, Inc............................................................................................... $1,000 Miracle Hill Ministries, Inc....................................................................................................... $1,050 Mobile Meal Service of Spartanburg, Inc.............................................................................. $42,206 New Day, Inc of Spartanburg..................................................................................................... $800 One Hundred Club.................................................................................................................. $7,900 Oxfam America, Inc................................................................................................................... $250 Parents Television Council.......................................................................................................... $50 The Population Institute............................................................................................................... $50 Priests for Equality....................................................................................................................... $50 Provisions............................................................................................................................... $3,157 Public Citizen Foundation, Inc................................................................................................... $951 The Salvation Army................................................................................................................ $1,052 The Shepherd’s Center of Spartanburg, SC, Inc. . .............................................................. $10,696 The Ellen Hines Smith Girls Home............................................................................................ $500 South Carolina Gamma Foundation....................................................................................... $1,700 Spartanburg Animal Welfare League.................................................................................. $147,936 Spartanburg Boys Home, Inc............................................................................................... $80,980 Spartanburg Children Shelter, Inc.......................................................................................... $1,792 Spartanburg Terrace Tenants Association.............................................................................. $1,689 Teen Straight Talk, SSC.......................................................................................................... $2,000 Thornwell Home for Children..................................................................................................... $200 TOTAL Ministries.................................................................................................................... $2,100 Union of Concerned Scientists, Inc............................................................................................. $50 The Urban League of the Upstate.......................................................................................... $4,000 VSP Club Senior Center............................................................................................................ $959

If we think we have ours and don’t owe any time or money or effort to help those left behind, then we are a part of the problem rather than the solution to the fraying social fabric that threatens all Americans. Marian Wright Edelman

$374,203

Total Grants from Component Funds and Donor Advised Funds................................... $2,489,290

2005 Annual Report • 41


Gifts 2005 Gifts

The Ben Burfete & Workman Cantrell Memorial Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. Donald L. Finkell, Jr. Adult Learning Center Scholarship Donald C., Jr. & Ann Johnston Donor Fund Advised Fund Adult Learning Center, Inc. Mr. C. Roland Jones, Jr. Spartanburg Rotary Club Scholarship Mr. & Mrs. David P. Livezey Fund American Legion Building Spartanburg Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Turner Business Needs & Success Indicators County General Fund Survey (BNSIS) Fund Chapman Concrete Products, Inc. Duke Energy Corporation The Gibbs Charitable Foundation First National Bank of Spartanburg Mr. & Mrs. George Dean Johnson Johnson Development Associates Milliken & Company Spartanburg American Legion Post 28 Jule K. & DeArmond E. Canaday Donor Fund Amos & Babs Memorial Fund Dr. & Mrs. DeArmond E. Canaday Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Atkins William Z. & Joy S. Cannon Family Mr. Glen B. Boggs, II Fund Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Eaton Mr. William Z. Cannon Mr. William B. Holt Michael Boyd Canupp Memorial Animal Allies, Inc. of Spartanburg Scholarship Fund County General Fund Mr. Barry Canupp Animal Allies Robert M. Carlisle Memorial Mr. & Mrs. Mark A. Boxer Scholarship Fund The Spartanburg County Foundation Ms. Carolyn F. Alexander General Fund Mr. & Mrs. A. T. Allen Bain Foundation Mrs. Eleanora G. Baird Mr. W.D. Bain, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Victor Bilanchone The Barnet Foundation Trust, Inc. Ms. Wilda D. Boatwright Mr. & Mrs. William Barnet, III Mrs. Martha G. Bomar Tom & Joan Barnet Fund Dr. & Mrs. Edwyn T. Bowen, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Thomas G. Barnet Mr. & Mrs. Walter Brice, III Mrs. David E. Oppenheimer Ms. Holly Broadwell The Barre-James Fund Ms. Angeline T. Brock Anonymous Ms. Martha K. Brockway Ms. Elizabeth S. Chapman Mr. & Mrs. Cecil R. Brown Phifer Johnson Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Kevin R. Burke Kent A. Beeson Memorial Fund Ms. Valerie A. Burnie Mr. & Mrs. John W. Beeson, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. J. M. Carlisle, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Michael D. Henthorn Kent A. Beeson Memorial Scholarship Mr. & Mrs. Louie H. Cody Ms. Lucy S. Cusano Mr. & Mrs. Randolph B. Thomas Ms. Darlene E. Fawver Joseph T. & Kathy Black Donor Ms. Olivia H. Fortson Advised Fund Ms. Cortlandt C. Freeman Mr. & Mrs. Joseph T. Black Ms. Mary Ann Fruit Book of Memory Fund Mr. & Mrs. Colvin L. Gibson Ms. Frances J. Bagwell Mr. & Mrs. J. Thomas Grier Ms. Nancy C. Carlisle Mrs. Lucy Harper Grier Dr. & Mrs. G. B. Hodge Ms. Jennifer S. Haas Dr. G.B. Hodge Mr. & Mrs. Roger Habisreutinger Mr. & Mrs. Walter S. Montgomery, Jr. Ms. Mary Lib S. Hamilton Ms. Walter S. Montgomery, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Hammett Mrs. Walter Montgomery Mr. & Mrs. F.J. Horne, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Harry R. Phillips, Jr. Ms. Helen Montgomery Johnson R.E. Gray Plumbing Co., Inc. Ms. Anne Page Irwin Lee Spartanburg Civitan Club Mr. & Mrs. Frank Lord, III Spartanburg Civitan Club Trust Fund Mr. & Mrs. M. Anthony McAlister, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. A. A. Watters, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Kelsay R. Meek Spartanburg Breakfast BPW Club Col. & Mrs. John W. Moses Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. John R. Murphy Breakfast Club Business & Prof. Ms. Margaret B. Murray Women Ms. Frances C. Myers James & Carol Bradof Fund Mr. & Mrs. Michael Newman Dr. & Mrs. James E. Bradof Mrs. Marguerite Gignilliat Old Mrs. Paul J. Cote’ Rebecca R. Pennell Revocable Trust Bramlett Family Fund Mr. & Mrs. L. Perrin Powell Dr. Charner W. Bramlett Dennis L. Bruce Author Series Special Ms. Elizabeth P. Powell Ms. Mary Anne Probus Fund Ms. Elizabeth M. Rahe Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Bruce Mrs. Roger Refshauge Ward, Susan, & Sarah Riley 42 • The Spartanburg County Foundation

Mr. Edward C. Roberts Mr. & Mrs. Olin B. Sansbury, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Frederick P. Spach Mr. & Mrs. Roland A. Stebbins Mr. & Mrs. Richard Stockton Ms. Charlotte Stone Ms. Karen Swetland Ms. Lou B. Thomson Ben M. Cart & Ella M. Cart Child Abuse Fund Mr. & Mrs. Ben M. Cart Lucile M. Cart Donor Advised Fund Mr. & Mrs. Ben M. Cart Mr. & Mrs. John M. Cart Donna & Walter Cart Fund Mr. & Mrs. Walter M. Cart W. Marshall Chapman & Elizabeth S. Chapman Donor Advised Fund The Elizabeth S. Chapman Charitable Trust Ms. Elizabeth S. Chapman The Chapman Family Fund Anonymous Harrison S. Chapman Fund Mrs. Robert H. Chapman, Jr. Bobby Chapman Junior Golf Foundation Fund AAA Supply, Inc. Mr. F. Blake Allen Alm Investments, LLC The Arkwright Foundation Auten Warehouses Barnet Development Corp. Bell Laundry & Cleaners Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrie Berline BMW Manufacturing Corp. Mr. Charles J. Bradshaw Mr. Dan C. Breeden, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Walter Brice, III Mr. & Mrs. Grant Calhoun Mr. & Mrs. Randall K. Chambers Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Chapman III Mr. John Chapman Mr. Norman H. Chapman Mrs. Harrison S. Chapman Mr. & Mrs. J. Derham Cole Colonial Asset Management, Inc. Committee to Elect Doug Smith to the SC House Contec, Inc. Converse & Company, Inc. Copac Mr. Martin S. Cornelson Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth R. Couch Mr. & Mrs. E. Patrick Crowley Mr. F. Michael Crowley CWS Insurance Diversco, Inc. Drayton Enterprises, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. William J. Duncan Mr. John L. Easterling, III. Mr. & Mrs. W. Carrington Edmunds Mr. T. Alexander Evins, Esq. Ronald M. Fields Jr. First National Bank of Spartanburg Foster Towson & Company Mr. & Mrs. Samuel J. Galloway, Jr. Gibbs International, Inc. Golf Land & Development, Inc. Dr. & Mrs. James F. Green, Jr. Griffin Gear, Inc.

Mr. & Mrs. Roger Habisreutinger Mr. John M. Hamrick Mr. Henry P. Hargrove Mr. Robert A. Harley Dr. & Mrs. John A. Harrill, Jr. Harrison, White, Smith & Coggins, P.C. Higginbotham & Nease Orthodontics Hodge Carpets Robert M. Holland, Esq. Ms. Gwendolyn T. Howell Mr. Joseph Willis Hudson Ms. Sarah C. Jackson Ms. Brenda M. James Mr. & Mrs. George Dean Johnson Mr. Donald C. Johnston, Jr. Lancaster Distributing Company Leigh Fibers, Inc. Dr. Walt R. Leonard Mahon & Ryan Investment Mr. John V. Manatis McAbee, Talbert, Halliday & Co. Mr. James L. McCredie McElrath Trailers McMillan Smith & Partners Architects Metromont Prestress Company Mr. E. Lewis Miller, Jr. Mr. Robert U. Miller The Mitchell Agency NBSC Mr. & Mrs. W. C. Neal Palmetto Ophthalmology, LLC Mr. & Mrs. Mack H. Pettit Mr. Stephen M. Poole Mr. & Mrs. L. Perrin Powell Prym Dritz Re/Max Realty Associates Mr. Charles C. Rountree, III Mr. James W. Shaw, P.A. Mr. Jon E. Shuler Mr. & Mrs. Darwin H. Simpson J. M. Smith Corporation Mr. & Mrs. Stuart L. Smith Smithwork, Inc. Still & Company, INC. Stone Lighting Summit National Bank The Lubrizol Corporation Mr. George C Todd Jr. Urology Center of Spartanburg W. Lewis White Co., Inc. Wachovia Bank Wachovia Corporation Wade’s Restaurant, Inc. Wells Fargo Home Mortgage White Oak Inc. Wilkes Law Firm, P.A. Mr. & Mrs. Ben S. Willard Young Office Supply Charles Lea Center Foundation General Fund The Charles Lea Center Foundation, Inc. Children’s Advocacy Center of Sptbg. General Fund Ms. Judy Bessinger Christmas in Action*Spartanburg General Fund Mr. Douglas B. Baker


Gifts Citizen Scholar Program Fund The Benevolent Foundation Judy Bradshaw Children’s Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Randall N. Conway Episcopal Church of the Advent Miller Foster Family Fund The Gibbs Charitable Foundation Inman-Riverdale Foundation Donald C. Johnston, Jr. & Ann Johnston Family Donor Advised Fund Milliken Foundation Betty Ann Moore Charitable Donor Advised fund Ms. Eileen N. Rampey Sew-Eurodrive James H. & Pauline J. Toy Memorial Donor Advised Fund Mr. & Mrs. Lem H. Walker, Jr. Citizens for a Better Tomorrow School District #3 Fund Broome High School Cannons Elementary PTO Clifdale Elementary School Civitan Club of Spartanburg Scholarship Fund Civitan Club of Spartanburg Cleveland Park Restoration Fund Swaim Brown & Elliot PA H.W. Close & Marshall Chapman Boy Scout Endowment Fund Mr. & Mrs. Alfred R. DeAngelis Dr. & Mrs. Tom T. Galt The Helen V. Cole/Butler Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. Edward B. Butler The Helen V. Cole/Butler Scholarship Fund Ms. Lula Nesbitt Community Indicators Sixth Edition Resolution Fund The Benevolent Fund BMW Manufacturing Corp. County of Spartanburg Duke Energy Foundation Andy & Lynne Falatok Fund The National Council on the Aging, Inc. Spartanburg County United Way of Piedmont Designated Fund United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. Thomas R. Young, Jr. Fund Converse Heights Tree Fund Mr. & Mrs. David W. Adamson Ms. Laura E. Albenesius Ms. Anne S. Anderson Ms. Georgia V. Anderson Ms. Dianne P. Ansley Mr. & Mrs. Caleb A. Arrington Mr. & Mrs. Gregory J. Atkins Mr. & Mrs. Michael C. Ball Mr. & Mrs. Wayne M. Ballard Ms. Harriet A. Ballenger The Balmer Foundation, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey H. Barker Mr. & Mrs. William Barnet, III Mr. & Mrs. Bert D. Barre Mr. & Mrs. David M. Beacham Dr. & Mrs. H.C. Bean, Jr. Ms. Elizabeth E. Bean Mr. & Mrs. David E. Bell

Ms. Susan Anne Bennett Dr. & Mrs. David P. Berry Ms. Elisabeth S. Boatwright Mr. & Mrs. Glen B. Boggs, II Mrs. Mark L. Boggs Mr. & Mrs. J. Grier Bomar Mr. & Mrs. R. Wiley Bourne, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Pascal S. Boyd, III Mr. & Mrs. Walter Brice, III Mr. & Mrs. Lam B. Britton Ms. Holly Broadwell Mr. & Mrs. Cecil R. Brown Ms. Alice H. Brown Ms. Sara H. Brown Mr. & Mrs. T. Lee Bryant Mrs. Freida S. Burchfield Mr. & Mrs. Ed Burke Mr. & Mrs. James L. Burnett Burrell Optometrists, P.A. Mr. & Mrs. William H. Burton, III Mr. & Mrs. Henry F. Butehorn, III C.B. Fleet Company, Inc. Ms. G. Virginia Carey Mr. & Mrs. Jay Cariveau Mr. & Mrs. J. M. Carlisle, Jr. Ms. Ruth L. Cate Mr. David W. Cecil, II Ms. Bethany S. Cecil Mr. & Mrs. Randall K. Chambers Ms. Lora S. Chambers Mr. & Mrs. John S. Chapman Mrs. Harrison S. Chapman Mr. & Mrs. William B. Cheek, IV Mr. Jesse P. Cleveland Mr. Claude Cole, Jr. Colonial Asset Management, Inc. Converse Heights Home & Garden Club Mr. Martin S. Cornelson Mr. James C. Cothran, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Cradit Ms. Emily C. Creal Mr. & Mrs. E. Dixon Crenshaw, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Brooks M. Crenshaw Mr. & Mrs. Elton Crenshaw Mr. & Mrs. John T.E. Cribb Mr. & Mrs. Harry J. Crow Mr. & Mrs. Wade C. Crow Mr. George K. Crow Kate & John Dargan Donor Advised Fund Ms. Jennifer L. Davis Ben J. De Luca Ms. Phyllis Bucheit DeLapp Mrs. Byah T. Doxey Mr. & Mrs. George Z. Dunn Mr. & Mrs. Coy L. Eaton Juliet C. Eaves Revocable Trust Ms. Anne Ebersbach Janis & Maxie E. Edwards Ms. Bonnie C. Elrod Ms. Janet W. Estes Mr. & Mrs. Jerome Farmer Mr. Nicholas F. Fleming Ms. Kimberly A. Fly Mr. William A. Fort Ms. Margaret Fort Ms. Lorelei Foster The Frame Up Ms. Helen I. France Ms. Lauren B. Franklin Dr. Kenneth E. Frick

Mr. H. Laurence Fritz, Jr. Ms. Mary Ann Fruit The Fulmer Fund Ted & Nancy Gage Family Fund Mr. & Mrs. Samuel J. Galloway, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Mel A. Garrett Mr. & Mrs. Marcel G. Gauthier Mr. William P. Gee Revocable Trust Mr. & Mrs. J. Thomas Grier Mrs. Lucy Harper Grier Mr. Joel C. Griffin Mr. & Mrs. Todd Gwinn Mr. & Mrs. Roger Habisreutinger Mr. & Mrs. Arlis S. Hall Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Hammett Ms. Patsy Hammett Mr. Wesley Hammond Mr. Troy Hanna Mr. & Mrs. Thomas E. Hannah Mr. & Mrs. R. R. Hardigree Ms. Valerie J. Hare Dr. John A. & Lou Ann Harrill, Jr. Donor Advised Fund Mr. & Mrs. Edwin C. Haskell, III Mr. & Mrs. Mark Hatton Ms. Eaddy Williams Hayes Henderson Sales, Inc. Franklin S. Henson, P.A. Dr. Michael W. Holmes Ms. Nancy Holmes Mr. & Mrs. Audrey Thomason Hope Erin M. Hubbell James W. Hudgens, Esq. Mr. & Mrs. Joseph W. Hudson Mr. Dennis C. Hughes Mr. Max Thomas Hyde, Jr. Inman-Riverdale Foundation Mr. & Mrs. George L. Johnson, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. George Dean Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Stewart H. Johnson Ms. Melissa D. Johnson Mr. Harry L. Johnston Ms. Shirley S. Johnston Mr. Albert B. Jolly, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. F. Bailey Kendrick Dr. & Mrs. Kyle F. Kiesau Dr. & Mrs. Harry W. Kinard Mr. & Mrs. Thomas N. King Mr. & Mrs. Todd Kleman Dr. & Mrs. Edward Bert Knight, III Mr. & Mrs. Yon Lambert Mr. Nick Lambroukos Mrs. Bennie S. Larj Lee F. Lasnier Dr. & Mrs. Joab M. Lesesne, Jr. The Rev. & Mrs. Giles F. Lewis, Jr. Ms. Frances B. Little R. E. & Marion Littlejohn Fund P Dr. & Mrs. Timothy S. Llewelyn Ms. Jane S. Long Mr. & Mrs. George W. Loudon Mr. Charles W. Lowe, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. William Lowndes, III Mr. & Mrs. Nathaniel F. Magruder Mr. & Mrs. John V. Manatis Mr. Zerno E. Martin, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John Baker Maultsby The J. B. Mayo Company Ms. Gwendolyn W. McAbee Mr. & Mrs. E. L. McArthur Mr. & Mrs. David L. McBride

Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. McCullough Mrs. Gail D. McCullough Dr. & Mrs. Thomas R. McDaniel Mr. & Mrs. Sean McEnroe Mr. John McGeady Mr. & Mrs. R. Glenn McGee Ms. Ruby E. McIntyre Mr. Stephen A. Michelman Mr. & Mrs. Brian C. Miller Ms. Cathleen M. Minch Mr. & Mrs. Nathanael R. Miranda Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Mitchell Mr. Mard D. Monson Rose & Walter Montgomery Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Herbert B. Moore, Jr. Mr. Devue F. Moore Mr. John W. Moore Ms. Kacie B. Morgan Moveable Feasts, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. John R. Murphy Ms. Kate H. Murphy Dr. J. W. Nelson Dr. & Mrs. H. Heyward Nettles Mr. & Mrs. John E. Nicholson The Noble Tree Foundation.org Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth J. Norton Mr. Corry W. Oakes, III Mr. William L. Oates, III Mr. & Mrs. J. Fred O’Connell Mr. & Mrs. Richard Kenneth Orr Mr. & Mrs. Tate Osterman Sarah Kerr Overcash Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Page Mr. Michael L. Parks Mr. & Mrs. David Pellegrino Rebecca R. Pennell Revocable Trust Ms. Carolyn D. Pennell Mr. & Mrs. Edward P. Perrin Mr. & Mrs. Robert O. Pickens, Jr. Mr. Ben R. Pickens Mr. Grady R. Pitts Mr. & Mrs. John C. Powell Mr. M. Fern Powell Ms. Elizabeth P. Powell Mr. Everett G. Powers Mr. Harry Price Mr. & Mrs. Norman F. Pulliam Dr. & Mrs. Robert Oscar Rainer Mr. & Mrs. John A. Reagan, III Henry Repokis Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Ricky Richardson Mr. & Mrs. E. L. Sanders Mr. & Mrs. William Schwartz Mr. & Mrs. Adolf Schweizer Mr. & Mrs. G. Garrett Scott Mr. & Mrs. Mark Scott Mr. & Mrs. Jerry L. Setzer, Jr. Ms. Joy G. Shackelford D.T. Shantha Mr. & Mrs. Robert Shelor, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Roy Shelton Ms. Marilyn Materr Sherrill Mr. & Mrs. Roy McBee Smith, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. David K. Smith Mr. & Mrs. John Leslie Smith Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Smith Ms. Betty Eaddy Smith Mr. & Mrs. George M. Speed Mr. & Mrs. Warwick F. M. Spencer Ms. Charlotte Stone Dr. & Mrs. James R. Story 2005 Annual Report • 43


Gifts Mr. & Mrs. A.J. Swann, Jr. Ms. Merike Tamm Mr. & Mrs. John T. Tatham Mr. & Mrs. Ralph A. Tesseneer Ms. Elizabeth W. Teter Mr. & Mrs. William K. Thompson, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Fletcher Thompson Ms. Rebecca E. Thurmond Dr. & Mrs. W. Howard Tiller, Jr. Ms. Joyce Tirado Mr. George C. Todd, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Aaron M. Toler James H. & Pauline J. Toy Memorial Donor Advised Fund Mr. Nick T. Trainor Dr. & Mrs. Perry N. Trakas Mr. David L.R. Turner United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. Mrs. Anne J. Vandiver Wachovia Foundation Matching Gifts Program Mr. & Mrs. Lem H. Walker, Jr. Melissa Walker Mr. & Mrs. L. Harrall Walker Mr. Marcus H. Wall Mrs. William A. Wallace Mr. & Mrs. Mark E. Ward Dr. & Mrs. Robert M. Watson, Jr. Mr. Paul D. Weaver Mr. & Mrs. William M. Webster, IV Mr. & Mrs. Thomas F. Webster, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Peter Weisman Wofford College Ms. Mary C. Wolfe Mr. & Mrs. Stephen L. Wood Ms. Susan C. Woodham Mr. & Mrs. Donald P. Woodward Mr. & Mrs. Ned R. Workman, Sr. Ms. Elsie R. Wright Ms. Marsha A. Wright Thomas R. Young, Jr. Fund Mrs. Carole Coker Youngblood Mr. Jon L. Zoole Nancy Bain Cote’ Trust Fund Mrs. Paul J. Cote’ The Council for Community Empowerment General Fund Advance America Anonymous Arrows Bridge Club Believers Fellowship of the Assemblies of God Mr. James A. Cheek Ms. Wanda K. Cheeks Cornerstone Baptist Church The Council for Community Empowerment Creative Solutions Group, LLC Mr. & Mrs. Miller Cunningham Mr. A. Stan Davis Mr. & Mrs. H. Rochell Dean Mr. & Mrs. Isaac B. Dickson, Jr. Gentle Dental Care, PA Gerod Allison Agency, Inc. Gosnell, Menard & Brooks PA Dr. & Mrs. Art Grant Dr. Art Grant Karry & Chandra Guillory Harrison Grove Baptist Church Mr. & Mrs. Lonnie C. Holman

Homeownership Enterprises, LLC Dorman Band Josie Turnage The Kirby Resource Group Scholarship Fund Committee to reelect Brenda Lee Mr. & Mrs. Stan Clary Mr. Thomas A. Lounds, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Earl R. Keaton Ms. Julia D. Lyons Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey T. Schwartz Mr. David C. Mitchell Dorman High School Allen O. Clark, Sr. Mr. Sheldon L. Mitchell Scholarship to Wofford College Fund Terry Moore Daniel Morgan Chapter New Birth Kingdom City of Refuge Dorman High School Anonymous New Testament Church Scholarship Fund Northwest Recreation Center Anonymous Mr. & Mrs. Dwight F. Patterson, Jr. Dorman High School Coca-Cola Dr. & Mrs. Willie Ross, Jr. Scholarship Fund Silver Hill Memorial United Methodist Coca-Cola Bottling Company United, Inc. Church Dorman High School Michael Scott Spartanburg County Democratic Party Adams Memorial Scholarship Fund The Spartanburg County Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Adams General Fund Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Diantonio Spartanburg County School District 7 Mr. & Mrs. Edward G. Kranz Spartanburg Terrace Tenants Association Mr. & Mrs. Neil G. Martin Ms. Karla Cherry Starks National 4th Infantry Division Assoc. Mr. Mark A. Stewart Mr. & Mrs. Henry R. Teuteberg Ms. Mary L. Thomas Downtown Spartanburg Sertoma Club Dr. Todd A. Tidwell Mr. Charles Adams Mr. Claude Tidwell Mr. Mike Byers Ms. Doris Tidwell Mr. Rob Byers USC Upstate Mr. Brian Carey Vision 2 Destiny, Inc. Mr. Ken Crocker Mr. & Mrs. Richard B. Wheeler Downtown Sertoma Club of Spartanburg Cowpens War Memorial General Fund Mr. Andrew J. Falatok Ms. Idalene S. Branch Mr. Glenn Gowan Loving Funeral Home Mr. Charles Grant Mr. & Mrs. Johnny W. Mabrey Mr. Lee Greer Mr. Holt Miller Mr. Steve Griffin Nancy M. & Henry C. Giles Family Fund Mr. Peter Groot Ms. Patricia C. Staten Mr. Steve Gurganus USS Cowpens Women’s Auxilary Club Mr. Winston Hines Coyle Scholarship Fund of Buford Mr. Alexander Hray, Jr. St. UMC Mr. Bryan Jeter Buford Street United Methodist Church Mr. Mustan Kapasi Frank Harrison Cunningham Fund Mr. Bob Lutz Mr. Frank Harrison Cunningham, IV Mr. Harold McGaha Mr. & Mrs. Reed L. Cunningham Mr. Wayne McKinney Mr. Charles Carlisle Cunningham Mr. & Mrs. Boyce F. Miller The Wally & Shirley Dalton Charitable Mr. David Miller Endowment Fund Mr. Rick Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. Wallace B. Dalton Mr. Matt Myers Mary A. Daniels & Grace B. Daniels Mr. Richard Petty Citizen Scholar Fund Mr. Marty Reid Miss Mary A. Daniels Trust Mr. Ben Taylor Kate & John Dargan Fund The Bill Drake Community Events Mr. John H. Dargan Special Fund W. Mac & Carole Vann Davis Family Fund Ms. Monta M. Anthony Dr. & Mrs. W. Mac A. Davis Eclipse Salon Mary Wheeler Davis Fund for Promotion Ms. Robin L. Garrett of the Arts Mr. & Mrs. William G. Heacox, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. W. Mac A. Davis Ms. Jill Jones Mr. & Mrs. Kirkland W. Davis Mr. & Mrs. Werner Mendler R. P. Dawkins Scholarship Fund Ellis-Lehner Fund Professor R.P. Dawkins Mr. & Mrs. Paul H. Lehner Dorman (All Sports) Booster Club Jim Everhart Special Scholarship Fund Scholarship Fund Mr. Jim Everhart Dorman All Sports Booster Club Ms. Tamara E. Gosnell Dorman Band E. Todd Watson Mr. V. Haskell Penland, Jr. Scholarship Fund Fairforest Middle School PTO Ms. Mary K. Watson Scholarship Fund Fairforest Middle School Ms. Sandra A. Seebeck Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Wilkerson

44 • The Spartanburg County Foundation

Andy & Lynne Falatok Fund Mr. Andrew J. Falatok Faris Scholarship Fund Oilmens Equipment Corporation Fernwood Baptist Church General Endowment Fund Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Davis The Elton C. & Bernice N. Ferris Memorial Scholarship Fund Robert A. Breitweiser, Jr. Trust First Baptist Church of Cowpens Special Fund First Baptist Church of Cowpens Educational Trust of the First Baptist Church of Spartanburg, SC First Baptist Church of Spartanburg First Presbyterian Church of Union, SC Building Fund First Presbyterian Church First Tee of Spartanburg Special Fund Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Chapman III First Tee of Spartanburg, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Burnham Uhler W. G. Foster Camp Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. Lem H. Walker, Jr. J. Howard & Blanche Chapman Foster/Bethel United Methodist Church Scholarship Fund Anonymous Bethel United Methodist Church Mr. & Mrs. Wallace A. Storey Mr. & Mrs. Fletcher Thompson The J. Robert Freeman, Jr. Memorial Fund Mr. & Mrs. J. Robert Freeman, III Gay Cecil Frick Cholangiocarcinoma Research Fund Mr. & Mrs. Randall K. Chambers Mr. & Mrs. John F. Floyd Dr. Kenneth E. Frick Ms. Jean Cecil Frick Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Hammett Dr. & Mrs. William F. James, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. David L. McBride Mr. & Mrs. R. Alex Stacy Friends of the Landrum Library Fund Friends of the Landrum Library Polk County Community Foundation Friends of the Spartanburg County Guardian Ad Litem Special Fund Trident United Way Friends of the Woodruff Library Fund Friends of the Woodruff Library Fulmer Fund Dr. & Mrs. J. Sidney Fulmer L.E. Gable Middle School P.T.O. Scholarship Fund Gable Middle School PTO Theodore & Betty Gage Family Fund Mrs. Betty Gage General Fund Mr. & Mrs. John A. Adams, III Advance America Dr. & Mrs. Mitchell H. Allen Ms. Mary A. Anders Ms. Mary D. Anderson The Balmer Foundation, Inc. William Barnet & Son, Inc. Mr. H. Walter Barre, II Dr. & Mrs. Lynn Batten


Gifts Mr. & Mrs. Michael C. Bigger Bob’s Car Wash Mr. & Mrs. J. Grier Bomar Mrs. Martha G. Bomar Mr. & Mrs. A. J. Bows Broadway Bagels, Inc. Mrs. Suzanne W. Brown Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Bruce Mr. Thomas M. Byrne Dr. & Mrs. Ernest Camp, III Ms. Nancy C. Carlisle Mrs. Donna R. Cart Mr. John A. Chandler & Ms. Elizabeth V. Tanis Ms. Elizabeth S. Chapman Chick-fil-a Hillcrest Mr. & Mrs. Don R. Childers Arthur & Polly Ann Cleveland Family Fund Mr. & Mrs. Timothy L. Cleveland Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Cogan Community Thanksgiving Service Donors Cote’ Donor Advised Fund Mr. & Mrs. Elton Crenshaw Mr. James G. Crouch Mr. & Mrs. Thomas W. Curvin The Rebecca Manning Cutler Trust Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Davis Mr. & Mrs. Alfred R. DeAngelis Mr. Frederick B. Dent Duke Energy Mrs. Nancy S. Dunn Mr. & Mrs. Ray C. Eubanks, Jr. Fatz Café Dr. John S. & Nora H. Featherston Donor Advised Fund Ms. Jewell A. Ferris First National Bank of Spartanburg Ms. Lalla S. Fleming Mr. & Mrs. Philip Foster Mr. & Mrs. Scott P. Gajewsky Mr. Gregory L. Garcia-Riley & Ms. Mary Riley Mr. & Mrs. John E. Gordon, Jr. Mr. & Mrs.Tim Gowan Greater Greenville Chamber of Commerce Mrs. Lucy Harper Grier Ms. Ann B. Haar Dr. & Mrs. Robert J. Haas Dr. Robert J. Haas Mr. & Mrs. Roger Habisreutinger Hair It Is Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Hammett Mr. & Mrs. Arthur B. Hammond Ms. Joyce Harrison Ms. Eaddy Williams Hayes Mr. & Mrs. Steven J. Heeren Mr. & Mrs. James L. Henderson Holcombe Bomar Gunn & Bradford, PA Mr. & Mrs. J. Thomas Hollis Ms. Nancy Holmes Mrs. Sally G. Horton Mr. & Mrs. William A. Hudson Mr. Charles D. Hurt, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. David G. Ike Mr. & Mrs. William P. Irwin, IV George L. Johnson Insurance Co. Mr. & Mrs. George Dean Johnson

Mr. & Mrs. Stewart H. Johnson Ms. Ann J. Jones Ms. Ann J. Kelly Mr. & Mrs. Bennett L. Kight Mr. John M. Kohler, Jr. The E. Clifton & Clara M. Lancaster Fund Mr. & Mrs. Douglas E. Latham Ms. Allegra J. Lawrence Dr. J. B. Lesesne Mr. R. Lindsay Lewis, Jr. The Rev. & Mrs. Giles F. Lewis, Jr. Ms. Margaret P. Littlejohn Ltc. & Mrs. Clyde W. Lollis, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Frank A. Lyles Mr. & Mrs. Edward B Mabry, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John A. MacPhail Mass Mutual Financial Group Mr. & Mrs. Allan G. Mathis, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Joe F. Mattison McAbee, Talbert, Halliday & Co. McMillan Smith & Partners Architects Mr. & Mrs. Todd Milford, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Thomas S. Miller, Jr. Milliken & Company Mr. Lewis A. Mills Dr. & Mrs. Robert E. Mitchell Ms. Rhonda S. Mitchell Moore Financial Group, LLC Moore Stephens Tiller, LLC Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Moore Mrs. Katherine R. Moore Ms. Kate H. Murphy Dr. & Mrs. Kirk H. Neely Ms. Virginia R. New Panera Bread Ms. Carolyn D. Pennell Mr. & Mrs. Edward P. Perrin Mr. & Mrs. Harry R. Phillips, Jr. Piedmont Natural Gas Company, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. Pinson Dr. & Mrs. Jan H. Postma, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Charles L. Powell Mrs. Charlotte H. Redding Henry Repokis Foundation Mr. & Mrs. G.E. Reynolds Mr. Robert P. Richardson Mr. & Mrs. Blynn E. Scott Mr. & Mrs. Mark Scott Ms. Joy G. Shackelford Ms. Minor M. Shaw J.M. Smith Corporation Mr. & Mrs. Roy McBee Smith, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Michael C. Smith Ms. Martha V. Smith Ms. C. Diane Smock & Bradford W. Wyche The Souther Agency Spencer/Hines Properties St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church Properties Endow. Fund Mr. & Mrs. H. Walker Stockley, III Mr. & Mrs. Christopher E. Story Mr. & Mrs. Edwin H. Story Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Suber Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP Swaim Brown & Elliot PA Mr. & Mrs. William K. Thompson, Jr. Mr. Steuart H. Thomsen Ms. Nancy B. Tiller Tindall Concrete Products, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Norman M. Tisdale

Mrs. Anne J. Vandiver Wachovia Corporation Wachovia Securities Mr. & Mrs. Nathaniel G. Walker WalMart Hillcrest Mr. Johnnie M. Walters Mr. & Mrs. John T. Wardlaw Mrs. Mary W. Wardlaw Mrs. Carolyn Welsh Mr. & Mrs. L. Andrew Westbrook, III Mr. & Mrs. John B. White, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Bruce B. White Bubba Wilson Festival Foundation Fund Ms. Janet E. Wilson Mr. & Mrs. Edward W. Woodill Young Office Supply Zaxby’s Casi Kathleen George Memorial Scholarship Fund Buffalo Elementary School, 3rd Grade Teachers Mr. & Mrs. Randy Crocker Ms. Mary Ann B. Dula Ms. Sandra Hagler The Seby B. Jones Family Foundation, Inc. Mr. Kevin Morrow Mr. & Mrs. Joe Pitt, Jr. Mrs. Lou Smith Mr. & Mrs. George Williford Edwin Gerschefski Memorial Scholarship Fund Rho Chapter Pi Kappa Lambda Nancy M. & Henry C. Giles Family Fund Mr. Henry C. Giles Glendalyn Circle Beautification Fund Mr. & Mrs. P. Clarke Blackman Mr. & Mrs. Pascal S. Boyd, III Mr. & Mrs. Jay Cariveau Mr. & Mrs. Coy L. Eaton Mr. & Mrs. F. Michael Eikman Dr. & Mrs. Harold E. Fleming Dr. Kenneth E. Frick Mr. J. Tom Grier Mr. Joel C. Griffin Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Hammett Mr. & Mrs. George Dean Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Stewart H. Johnson Mr. Lee V. Manatis Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. McMeekin Mr. & Mrs. Herbert B. Moore, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Harold Nixon Mr. & Mrs. James M. Pickens Dr. & Mrs. James R. Story Mr. George H. Thomason Mrs. Anne J. Vandiver Mr. & Mrs. Lem H. Walker, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Louis M. Weld David G. White, Esq. Grace United Methodist Church Cemetery Affiliate Fund of Union County, S.C. Grace Methodist Church Cemetery Fund Grace United Methodist Church Grace United Methodist Church General Affiliate Fund of Union County, S.C. Grace United Methodist Church Tom & Dot Grier Donor Advised Fund

Mr. J. Tom Grier H.A.L.T.E.R. General Fund Ms. Anne Page Irwin Lee Callie & John Rainey Foundation John A. Harrill, Jr. & Lou Ann F. Harrill Family Donor Advised Fund Dr. & Mrs. John A. Harrill, Jr. Hatcher Botanical Garden Fund Mr. Allen E. Hatcher Hatcher Garden & Woodland Preserve Fund The Bain Foundation The Tom & Joan Barnet Fund Mr. Thomas W. Bartram James & Carol Bradof Donor Advised Fund Donna & Walter Cart Donor Advised Fund Mr. & Mrs. Alfred R. DeAngelis Ellis-Lehner Donor Advised Fund Dr. John A. Harrill, Jr. & Lou Ann Harrill Family Donor Advised Fund Hatcher Garden & Woodland Preserve Donald C. Johnston, Jr. & Ann Johnston Family Donor Advised Fund R. E. & Marion Littlejohn Fund

Mr. & Mrs. Marion L. McMillan, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Burnham Uhler Wardlaw Trust Fund The Harry & Betsy Williams Donor Advised Fund The Zimmerli Foundation, Inc. Paul High American Legion Post 45 Baseball Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. Winston Cantrell H. E. Hipp Memorial Scholarship Fund Spartanburg County School District One Charles J. & Ellen N. Hodge Family Fund Hodge Law Firm, PC HOPE VI Partnership Fund Advance America Alvarez Construction, Inc. William Barnet & Son, Inc. Barnet Development Corp. Johnson Development Associates Lancaster Distributing Company MasterBrand Spartanburg Housing Authority Wachovia Corporation Dannie Horne T.O.T.A.L. Ministries Fund Mr. & Mrs. Alfred R. DeAngelis Dr. William L. Howell, III & Shirley M. Howell Scholarship Fund Mrs. Elizabeth Bishop Mr. & Mrs. William M. Brasington, Jr. Mrs. Shirley Howell Ms. S. Catherine Howell Ms. Kim Hunter Ms. Karen E. Neal Spartanburg County School District Four Mr. & Mrs. Gary Wilson Woodruff High School Woodruff Middle School Hub City Writers Project Fund

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Gifts Mr. & Mrs. Mack Amick Anderson Family Fund Mr. W. Dean Anderson The Arkwright Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Atkins Baehr Investment Corp. Mr. & Mrs. Stanley W. Baker Mr. & Mrs. Jack Ballance Mr. & Mrs. John P. Barber The Barnet Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Bert D. Barre James & Carol Bradof Donor Advised Fund Mr. & Mrs. George Brandt, III Ms. Mellnee G. Buchheit Champion Investment Corporation Mr. Jerry Cogan Mr. Justin A. Converse Mr. & Mrs. John T.E. Cribb Ellis-Lehner Donor Advised Fund Mr. John Faris Mr. Nicholas F. Fleming Mr. & Mrs. David A. Fort Mr. & Mrs. William A. Fort Mr. Caleb C. Fort The Fulmer Fund The Gibbs Charitable Foundation Mrs. Maribelle G. Green Mrs. Lucy Harper Grier Mr. & Mrs. Joel R. Griffin, Jr. Mr. Joel C. Griffin Mrs. Robert J. Haas Mr. & Mrs. Roger Habisreutinger Mr. & Mrs. Hugh A. Hayes Dr. & Mrs. G. B. Hodge Mr. & Mrs. David Hooker Ms. Elsa P. Hudson Mr. & Mrs. Henry D. Jacobs, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. William A. James, Jr. Ms. Patricia Herrick Jennings Mr. & Mrs. Stewart H. Johnson Ms. Jill Jones & Clifton P. Flynn Mrs. Frances S. Jordan Dr. & Mrs. Julian C. Josey, Jr. Ms. Suzanne H. Keim Mr. & Mrs. Kim N. Keith Ms. Angela R. Kelly Mr. John E. Lane R.E. & Marion Littlejohn Fund B Mr. Kelly D.H. Lowry & Rebecca Ramos Dr. & Mrs. W. Brownlee Lowry Mr. & Mrs. Edward B Mabry, Jr. Mr. Gaines H. Mason, Jr. John S. McBride, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John W. McBurney Dr. & Mrs. Thomas R. McDaniel Mr. & Mrs. P. Edward Medlin Mr. Roger Milliken Morningside Baptist Church Mr. & Mrs. George B. Nixon Mr. Corry W. Oakes, III Mr. & Mrs. Dwight F. Patterson, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Edward P. Perrin Mr. & Mrs. Craig M. Phillips Mr. & Mrs. Mickey A. Pierce Callie & John Rainey Foundation Ms. Carol Ramella Ms. Eileen N. Rampey Mr. & Mrs. Charles Reid Mr. Marty Richards

Mr. & Mrs. Alexander B. Richardson Mr. & Mrs. Ricky Richardson Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Smith Ms. Sa Smith The Spartanburg County Foundation General Fund Mr. & Mrs. Warwick Spencer Mr. & Mrs. B. G. Stephens Mr. & Mrs. George Stone Dr. & Mrs. James R. Story Ms. Elizabeth W. Teter Mr. & Mrs. Burnham Uhler United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Curt Wagner Ms. Katherine Wakefield Melissa Walker Wardlaw Trust Fund Mr. & Mrs. David Whisnant Mr. & Mrs. D.M. Wiseman The Zimmerli Foundation, Inc. Toy A. Hyder Memorial Scholarship Fund Mrs. Toy A. Hyder, Jr. Inman Community Development Fund Better Homes & Garden Club SC Department of Transportation Anne Irwin Memorial Fund Mrs. Mary Jo C. Brodie Dr. Vivian B. Fisher Mr. & Mrs. Larry E. Kibler Mrs. Rita Spiess Jane Hicks ASTRA Scholarship of Altrusa International of Spartanburg Fund Altrusa International, Inc. of Spartanburg Mignon S. Jeffords Memorial Fund International Auction Houses Betty & George Dean Johnson Fund Mr. David P. Berry Donald C. Johnston, Jr. & Ann M. Johnston Family Donor Advised Fund Mr. Donald C. Johnston, Jr. Shepherd Johnston Fund Ms. Shirley S. Johnston Joint Concert Fund BB&T of South Carolina General Wholesale Company of SC J. M. Smith Corporation Wachovia Corporation The Bob Justice General Fund Dr. & Mrs. Tom T. Galt Mr. Thomas H. Galt Ms. Jean Edwards Galt Kiwanis Educational Fund Mr. & Mrs. Elton Crenshaw Dr. & Mrs. C.A. Graves Ms. Heidi F. Kerns Landscape Architects, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Joe W. McCraw Spartanburg Kiwanis Club Mr. Ray M. Spears, Jr. Lake Summit Community Foundation Fund Lake Summit Foundation James “Pee Wee” Lambert Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. Dale Mulwee E. Clifton & Clara M. Lancaster Fund The Spartanburg County Foundation General Fund

46 • The Spartanburg County Foundation

Landrum Cemetery Perpetual Care Fund Ms. Katherine J. Barton Mr. & Mrs. Hermon L. Brown Carruth Furniture Company Mr. & Mrs. Clarence R. Dill Ms. Rachel C. Drake Mr. & Mrs. Ray J. Foster Mrs. Robert S. Griffin Mr. & Mrs. Ray Howard Ms. Elizabeth D. Landrum Ms. Betsy Milsteen Mr. & Mrs. Francis Morrow Mr. & Mrs. David E. B. Sanders, Jr. Ms. Mary C. Sanders Mr. & Mrs. David E. Shi Mr. & Mrs. John T. Vehorn Mr. Clifford M. Walden Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Walker Landrum Community Development Fund Mr. & Mrs. James Ashmore Ms. Peggy Barrett Mr. & Mrs. J. Harold Burns Mr. & Mrs. Byron B. Butler Mr. & Mrs. Clarence R. Dill Estate of Dixon K. Durham Mr. & Mrs. George Gould Mr. & Mrs. Wilburn L. Hensley Landrum Drug Company Landrum Hardware, Inc. Landrum Lions Club Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Meeske Ms. Joyce A. Moffatt Mr. Laurence D. Morda Mr. & Mrs. William K. Myers Mr. & Mrs. Jim Oliver Mr. Mitch Page Mr. & Mrs. J. Scott Rambach Mr. & Mrs. William Ray Ms. Beth Romney Mr. Gerald J. Siddons, Jr. Ms. Hope W. Slater The Tryon Daily Bulletin Upstate Games Mr. & Mrs. Tony Wallace Brian Lawrence Memorial Fund The Charles Lea Center Foundation, Inc. Mr. Jack W. Lawrence Leadership Spartanburg 25th Anniversary Class Special Projects Fund Ms. Lee O. Arsenault Bank of America Matching Gifts Ms. Kristin Burnett Barber Ms. Barbara J. Barnes Mrs. Valerie Barnet Mr. H. Walter Barre, II Mr. & Mrs. Bert D. Barre Dr. & Mrs. Lynn Batten Ms. Laura Bauknight BB&T of South Carolina Mr. & Mrs. David M. Beacham BellSouth Dr. Erin M. Bentrim-Tapio Mr. & Mrs. Russell N. Bradley Mr. & Mrs. Samuel L. Brannon, Jr. Carolina First Bank Ms. Ruth L. Cate Ms. Carolyn H. Coleman Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Conner Mr. Steven K. Coolidge Mr. & Mrs. Paul H. Corden

Mr. & Mrs. Reed L. Cunningham Mr. Omar Daniels Mr. & Mrs. Samuel L. Davis Mr. Kevin N. Davis Mr. Frederick B. Dent, Jr. Alice & Chris Dorrance Mr. Robert L. Dubose Duke Energy Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Raymond A. Dunleavy, III Mr. T. Alexander Evins, Esq. Mr. Robert F. Faucett, Jr. First Baptist Church of Spartanburg Mr. A. Tony Fisher Mr. Caleb C. Fort Mr. & Mrs. Frank W. Gibbes Mr. Charles E. Godfrey, Jr. Ms. Deborah A. Goforth-Traylor Ms. Catherine P. Gramling Mr. & Mrs. D. Benjamin Graves Ms. Amy B. Hatley Ms. Lynn Hawkins The Hiring Authority, Inc. Hodge Carpets Ms. Susan Adams Hodge Mr. & Mrs. Curtis Jonathan Hucks Johnson Development Associates Johnson, Smith, Hibbard & Wildman Ms. Beverly D. Jones Mr. & Mrs. Yon Lambert Mr. & Mrs. William A.W. Lancaster Mr. & Mrs. J. Philip Lane Leadership Spartanburg Alumni Assoc. Mr. & Mrs. Leroy B. Lewis, Jr. Mr. Spain Lutz Mr. & Mrs. William Alan Lyles Mr. & Mrs. Gaines H. Mason, Jr. Mr. E. T. McLean, Jr. Mr. Stanford McMillan Mr. & Mrs. William J. Michels Mr. & Mrs. Jerald F. Mitchell Mr. Scott K. Mitchell Ms. Karen H. Mitchell Ms. Linda Moehlman Ms. Joan L. Moore Neely’s Building Supplies Mr. Berry Nickelsberg The Palmetto Bank Mr. & Mrs. David H. Parks Mr. & Mrs. Anthony M. Payne Piedmont Natural Gas Company, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. John S. Poole Mr. & Mrs. L. Perrin Powell Mrs. Jo Carol Pulliam Regions Financial Corporation Mr. & Mrs. Ricky Richardson Dr. Thomas L. Roberts, III Roebuck Wholesale Nursery & Landscaping, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Sean R. Rogers Mr. & Mrs. Mark Scott Dr. & Mrs. Gordon B. Sherard, III Jon E. & Virginia H. Shuler Fund J. M. Smith Corporation Mr. & Mrs. Roy McBee Smith, Jr. Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System Ms. Melissa Strickland Sullivan Trehel Corporation


Gifts Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Van Patton Wachovia Bank, N.A. Mr. & Mrs. Gregory H. Wade Wakefield Buick, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. David W. Ward Wessam Landscape & Irrigation Mr. James Whatley WSPA-TV/Media General The Francis Lee Endowment Fund for the Dev. of Human Resources (St. Paul United Methodist Church) St. Paul United Methodist Church H. Gene Lee Memorial Scholarship Fund Spartanburg County Parks & Recreation Jack A. Linder, Sr. & Carolyn G. Linder Broome High Scholarship Fund Middle School of Pacolet Spartanburg County School District 3 Dr. Jerrie Lucktenberg Concertmaster Chair Endowment Fund Dr. & Mrs. Eugene N. Crabb Dr. Jerrie Lucktenberg Janna Miller Memorial Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. Miller, Jr. Mr. Robert G. Miller, Jr. Mrs. Mary Lewis Tiller Carolina Miracle League Development Fund Mr. & Mrs. Jack D. Anderson Mr. & Mrs. James A. Anderson Mr. & Mrs. Randi A. Berry Mr. & Mrs. Todd B. Brents Ms. Caroline Broyles Mrs. Kathleen Bolton Bullington Mr. & Mrs. William Burroughs Mr. Stephen B. Cannon Carolina Miracle League Ms. Tammy R. Caveny Charles Lea Center Cochran Law Firm Mr. & Mrs. Alan Cochran Mr. & Mrs. Neil Cochran Mr. Christopher S. Coggins Converse Baptist Church Mr. & Mrs. Gary F. Cooley, Jr. County of Spartanburg Ms. Virginia O. Dean Mr. & Mrs. Mike Edens Mr. & Mrs. Danny G. Gosnell Mr. & Mrs. Holman C. Gossett Mrs. Dianne K. Gossett Ms. Anita Green Mr. Mark Harley Mr. & Mrs. Barry Sloan Henderson Mr. & Mrs. Danny Holcombe Mr. Danny Holcombe Ms. Louise Holcombe Home Depot Mr. & Mrs. Jerry J. Howe Mr. John O. King Mrs. Dorothy R. King Kreismer Clinic of Chiropractic The Lindey Family Mr. James Lindey Mr. & Mrs. Stanford Frank Martin Mr. & Mrs. Paul T. McChesney Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Carolinas Ronald McDonald House Charities Mr. & Mrs. Matthew R. Meyers

Michelin North America, Inc. Middle Tyger Lions Club Mr. & Mrs. Gregory R. Morgan Mr. & Mrs. John Wayne Nodine Mr. & Mrs. Jim Payne Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey T. Schwartz Uptown Sertoma Club Mr. Craig Sims Spartanburg High School Spartanburg Lions Club Ms. Marcia F. Spears Mr. J.D. Spencer Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Sprouse Mr. & Mrs. Fletcher Thompson Mr. & Mrs. John D. Todd Ms. Allison C. Wilson Ms. Martha P. Womick Wright Enterprises Mr. & Mrs. Andy Youngblood ZL Madden Elementary School Miss South Carolina Organization Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. Samuel C. Agee American Eagle Pay Day Loans Mr. & Mrs. John W. Beasley, Jr. Mr. Sammy Boan Ms. Cortni Bracken Mr. & Mrs. Bill Bradshaw Mr. & Mrs. Dallas Burnette Ms. Ashley A. Byrd Canepole Creek Construction, LLC Mr. & Mrs. Bill Chidester Consumer Insurance Associates Ms. Jessica D. Eddins Ms. Melinda G. Garrison Ms. Jane Jenkins Herlong Ms. Dawn S. Jordan Mr. & Mrs. Charlie Kelley Local Cash Advance of S.C. II, LLC Ms. Julie K. Mayer Ms. Kelly Austin McCorkle Mr. C. Gregg McCuen Miss South Carolina Pageant, Inc. Nancy Humphries O’Dell Dr. & Mrs. Lee R. Perry, Jr. Mr. Robert D. Pinson Dr. Sherry R. Powell Progress Energy Service Company, LLC Mr. Sammy J. Raney Ms. Gail M. Sanders Mr. & Mrs. Chad E. Singleton Mr. & Mrs. Michael R. Sorkin South Carolina Farm Bureau Federation Betty Ann Moore Charitable Donor Advised Fund Betty Ann Newman Moore Charitable Lead Trust Wachovia Bank Daniel Morgan ROTC Fund Ms. Lois T. Blackwell Mr. Stanley J. Corwin Daniel Morgan Chapter Lt. Col. Paul E. Grubb Mr. & Mrs. Arthur B. Hammond Mrs. Lois W. Harley Mr. & Mrs. Boyce V. Hawkins Ms. Janie B. Hicks Mr. George L. Johnson Mr. & Mrs. William C. Leonard, Jr. Lt. Col. & Mrs. Homer VanVleet Mr. & Mrs. Donald E. Wright

Mr. & Mrs. Ricky Richardson Nativity Capital Endowment Fund of Mr. & Mrs. Thomas L. Rocks Union, SC Dr. & Mrs. Brian E. Rothemich The Episcopal Church of the Nativity Nazareth Presbyterian Church Cemetery Dr. & Mrs. F. Peter Ryan, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. E. L. Sanders Fund Dr. & Mrs. Glenn Scott Ms. Margaret S. Culclasure Mr. & Mrs. Hal Shaw Mr. W. Clyde Fowler Mr. L. H. Simkins, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Erich Galsterer Mr. & Mrs. Darwin H. Simpson Mrs. Jean S. Jones J. M. Smith Corporation Ms. Peggy Snoddy Robinson United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Ralph L. Sheppard, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Tony Wallace Mr. & Mrs. Curtis Sidden Ms. Mary A. Walter Nazareth Presbyterian Church Mr. & Mrs. Myles W. Whitlock, Jr. Endowment Fund Mr. & Mrs. James F. Zahrn Nazareth Presbyterian Church New Hope Baptist Church Family Center Oakwood Cemetery Perpetual Care Fund Fund Mr. Samuel E. Anderson, Jr. Mrs. Joyce A. Bailey Mr. & Mrs. Bob Bass New Hope Baptist Church Vendetta M. Nicholson Scholarship Fund Miss Frances Cherry Cantrell Mr. & Mrs. Bob P. Cantrell Mr. & Mrs. Jesse Bennie Blackwell Mr. & Mrs. Louis D. Cantrell Ms. Alice Blackwell Ms. Elizabeth S. Chapman The Noble Tree Foundation.org Ms. Martha Chapman Dr. & Mrs. G. Ashley Allen Miss Frances Cherry The Arkwright Foundation Ms. Hazel G. Glenn Mrs. Barrett F. Bain Mr. & Mrs. J. Thomas Grier Mr. Daniel S. Bargar Mr. J. Tom Grier Mr. & Mrs. Leland Burch Ms. Eaddy Williams Hayes Ms. Elizabeth S. Chapman Dr. C.R. Jones Judge Gary E. Clary Mr. & Mrs. Donald L. Menchhofer Mr. Jerry Cogan Mr. & Mrs. Wilton P. Myers, Jr. Copper Beech Ventures LLC Ms. M. Frances Myers Ms. Fannie I. Cromwell Kate & John Dargan Donor Advised Fund Mrs. Opal G. Pendleton Mrs. Nota A. Ramantanin Mr. Charlton DeSaussure, Jr. Ms. Gertrude Kay Rice Ms. Alice Cross Dorrance Mr. David K. Smith Ms. Anne Ebersbach Ms. Barbara Helderman-Tardiff Ellis-Lehner Donor Advised Fund Thomas Scientific, Inc. Mr. David M. Evans Mr. & Mrs. Burnham Uhler Mrs. Elaine T. Freeman Ms. Elizabeth C. Welch Mr. John T. Gramling, III Ms. Mary W. Zittrouer Mr. & Mrs. Joel R. Griffin, Jr. American Guild of Organists Mr. James L. Hamrick, Sr. (Spartanburg Chapter) General Fund Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Harley American Guild of Organists Mr. & Mrs. James Harmon, Jr. Spartanburg Chapter AGO Dr. John A. Harrill, Jr. & Lou Ann Harrill Orthopaedic Associates P.A. General Family Donor Advised Fund Education Fund Mr. & Mrs. William K. Hassell Orthomed, Inc. Ms. Eaddy Williams Hayes Orthopaedic Associates P.A. Mr. Larry Holcombe Spine Synergy of the Carolinas Ivy League Garden Club Orthopaedic Research Foundation of Mr. & Mrs. Joseph L. Jennings, Jr. Donald C. Johnston, Jr. & Ann Johnston the Carolinas, Inc. General Fund Community Foundation of North Texas Family Donor Advised Fund Greenville Hospital System University Leigh Fibers, Inc. Medical Center Ms. Julia D. Lyons Mrs. Tina Hollifield Drs. Allen H. & Clara C. Mackenzie Mrs. Heather Jenkins Mr. & Mrs. Marion L. McMillan, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Jason Kluckhohn Mr. Walter McSherry Mr. Stanley J. Kotara Mr. Roger Milliken Ms. Susan J. Lanier Mr. & Mrs. Walter S. Montgomery, IV Medica Mr. John Montgomery Mrs. Heather Miller Mr. & Mrs. David J. Moody, II Dr. Curtis Noel Mr. Marion H G Nichols Mr. Russell Raines Pauline Feed & Seed, LLC Mr. David Skinner Mr. Everett G. Powers Mrs. Tonya B. Stott Mr. & Mrs. L. Stephen Quatannens Mrs. Amy Sweet Mr. Russell Raines Mr. Troy Williams Mr. & Mrs. Henry A. Ramella

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Gifts Palmetto Men’s Club General Fund B & J’s Pig Out Mr. & Mrs. Charles B. Boyce Mr. W. M. Cooper Country Livin’ Enterprises, Inc./Design Pools Foster Towson & Company Mr. Rhett Giddings Gowan Appraisal Service, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Jimey W. High Mr. Alexander Hray, Jr., Attorney Mr. & Mrs. George C. Martin Mr. & Mrs. Boyce F. Miller Mr. Robert U. Miller Philip C. Morrow, DMD Stanley M. Pack & Co., Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Michael P. Ravan Elena & Stephen Rush J. M. Smith Corporation Smith Design Group of South Carolina Mr. & Mrs. James M. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Andrew J. Wingo, Jr. Kay Killingsworth Parris Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. D. Tom Davis Ms. Louise Parris Mr. & Mrs. W. Wallace Robertson Ms. Dibbie Shealy Ms. Elizabeth K. Shealy The Perrin Foundation Mr. Edward P. Perrin Anne Porcher Z. & Edward P. Perrin Fund Mrs. Ann Porcher Perrin Piedmont Science Fair Fund BB&T Kohler Co. Leigh Fibers, Inc. Jon H. Poteat Scholarship Fund Ms. Kate M. Allen Ms. Robyn C. Crawford Ms. Carol L. Kaczmarek Dr. Susan McKee National Technical Honor Society Ms. Kathy Perron Nuckolls Dr. G. James Pinchak Ms. Patricia S. Poteat Mr. C. Allen Powell Mr. James E. Sardin Mr. David W. Sink, Jr. Verizon Wireless Mr. Hal G. Warlick, Jr. Dr. Nancy Welch William Price Fund Mr. & Mrs. Harry Price Ms. Susan Price The Stuart Harrison Price Memorial Scholarship Fund Mr. Darryl Allison Mr. Larry Arms Mr. Lee Asbury Chris Bagwell Mr. Mike Ballenger Mr. Kelly Banks Mr. Bill Bateman Mr. Bob Bell Mr. Brad Blackwell Mr. Brent Blackwell Mr. Tom Boller Mickey Bottoms Mr. Jim Bowen 48 • The Spartanburg County Foundation

Mr. Mark Patterson Mr. John Bowers Mr. & Mrs. Steven Peacock Mr. Jerome Boyce Mr. Alan Pierce Mr. & Mrs. Charles Bradey Mr. David Pless Mr. Jeff Bradley Mr. Tracy Pool Mr. Ludie Brady Mr. & Mrs. Dean Price Mr. Billy Brown Mr. & Mrs. Eddie C. Price Mr. & Mrs. Clifford Buff Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth D. Price Mr. Dennis Burdette Mr. Dean Price Mr. Randy Burgess Mr. Lewis Rawls Burnett Lime Company, Inc. Mr. Michael Reese Mr. C. Hugh Burnett Mr. Danny Rhodes Mr. Rodney Burns Canada Roach Mr. Tom Carney Mr. Mike Roach Mr. Travis Chapman Mr. Brad Rogers Chem/Trend Mr. Jason Rollins Mr. Bruce Clayton Mrs. Patsy Sanders Mr. Faye Cohenour Mr. Don Satterfield Mr. Bret Coley Mr. & Mrs. Jim Saurez Mr. Harris Collins Seawright’s Funeral Home Mr. Drew Compton Mr. Trent Seay Mr. Paul Culbreath Mr. Brad Setzler Mrs. Helen Culbreth Mr. George Sink Mr. Jody Dean Mr. Kevin Sink Mr. & Mrs. Donald J. Denton Mr. Gary Skinner Mr. Dean Dill Mr. Kary Skinner District 2 SC Basketball Officials Assoc. Mr. Steve Skinner Mr. Randy Drake Mr. Frank Smith Mr. Bobby Ellis Mr. & Mrs. Chester Snyder Emory & Gaines, P.A. Mr. Jimmy Spurgeon Mr. Jim Everhart Mr. & Mrs. Joe Steadman Mr. & Mrs. Bo Fant Mr. T.J. Stockton Mr. Henry Few Mr. Douglas Stringer Mr. Shannon Ford Mr. Jeffrey Stringer Mr. Reginald L. Foster, P.A. Mr. Jimmy Stringer Mr. Gary Fowler Mr. Robert Stringer Mr. Hugh Fowler Mr. Tommy Stringer Mr. Wright Gaines Mr. Jeff Sumner Mr. Mark Gentry Mr. Tim Tucker Mr. Patrick Glenn Mr. Josh Tumbleson Mr. Bobby Gowan Mr. Cecil Turner Gramling Brothers Mr. Hoot Wade Mr. Adam Green Mr. & Mrs. Hal G. Warlick, Jr. Mr. Erik Hannon Mr. Jack Westall Mr. Todd Hill Dr. & Mrs. Thomas White Mr. & Mrs. J.T. Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Steve Whitt Mr. Ed Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Henry Whittingham Mr. Ray Johnson Mr. Rodney Williams Mr. & Mrs. Johnny Keadle Mr. Cecil Young Mr. Earl Kelly Drs. Michael & Lori Zimmerman Krispy Kreme A Spot of Pride Beautification Fund Mr. & Mrs. Joe Lavisky The Balmer Foundation, Inc. Kim Lawrence The Barnet Foundation Mr. Micah Lewis Cintas Corporation Mr. Johnny Martinez Contec, Inc. Mr. Jonathan McAbee Fairway Outdoor Advertising Mr. Eddie McCarley Mr. Caleb C. Fort Mr. Kyle McCulloh Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas G. Harakas Mr. Gary Medlock Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Harley Mr. Jason Meredith Home & Garden Mr. Ed Miller Mr. & Mrs. George Dean Johnson Mr. Kevin Miller Lancaster Distributing Company Mr. Brian Morgan Neuburger Management, Inc. Mr. Jason Moseley The Palmetto Bank The National Christian Foundation Peoples Choice Insurance of Mr. & Mrs. Roger Newman Spartanburg, LLC Mr. Austin Page J. M. Smith Corporation Mr. Roger Page Spartanburg Pharmaceutical Research Mr. Tim Pankratz Stankiewicz International Corporation Mr. Jerry Parris Symtech, Inc. Patterson Developers of Lyman Wakefield Buick, Inc.

Wal-Mart Foundation Thomas R. Young, Jr. Fund The Zimmerli Foundation, Inc. Caroline Virginia Pulliam Mitochondrial Special Fund Mrs. Ashley Richardson Allen Mrs. Jerri Allen Mrs. Sarah Allen Mr. John Eddie Anderson Ms. Gail Anderson Anonymous The Arkwright Foundation Ms. Sandra Armstrong Dr. & Mrs. Lee Arnett, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Babb Mr. & Mrs. Waddy Babb Duffy & Lamar Baehr Ms. Anna J. Ballard Ms. Georgianna Ballenger Mr. & Mrs. J.A. Beard, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John W. Beeson, Jr. Mr. David P. Berry Mr. & Mrs. Louie W. Blanton June, Glen & Charlotte Boggs Mr. & Mrs. Pascal S. Boyd, III Judy Bradshaw Children’s Foundation Mr. Charlie Bradshaw, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Bill Bradshaw Ms. Julia D. Bradshaw Ms. Mellnee G. Buchheit Mr. Edgar A. Buck Mr. & Mrs. A. B. Bullington, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Henry F. Butehorn, III Mr. Lenox J. Cannon, Jr. The Capital Corporation Mr. & Mrs. Jay Cariveau Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Carlin Mr. & Mrs. J. M. Carlisle, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Alasdair K. Carmichael Donna & Walter Cart Donor Advised Fund Mr. & Mrs. Randall K. Chambers Ms. Elizabeth S. Chapman Ms. Martha Chapman Mr. & Mrs. Arthur F. Cleveland, II Ms. Ann W. Compton Mr. Justin A. Converse Mr. W. M. Cooper Mr. & Mrs. Martin Cornelson Mr. & Mrs. Brooks M. Crenshaw Mr. & Mrs. F. Ashton Cribbs, III Mr. & Mrs. E.E. Cubitt Mr. Jamie Cubitt Mr. Charles J. Cunning Mr. & Mrs. Brendan M. Delaney Ms. Phyllis Bucheit DeLapp Mr. & Mrs. John F. Dulken Jackson S. Dunbar RAINBOW Fund Mr. Charles K. Dunlap, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Daniel F. Dunn Mrs. Nancy S. Dunn Ms. Elizabeth K. Durham Mr. John L. Easterling, III Mr. William F. Easterling Mr. T. W. Edwards, III Mrs. Lynn K. Edwards Mr. & Mrs. Daniel S. Ellis Mr. & Mrs. J.K. Fairey, III Mr. & Mrs. Claude Finney Mr. A. Tony Fisher


Gifts Mr. & Mrs. Claus C. Foerster Mrs. Jane C. Fogarty Mr. & Mrs. Caleb Fort Mr. & Mrs. Philip Foster Ms. Donna B. Fullilove Mr. & Mrs. Stephen R. Futrell Mr. & Mrs. John T. Gramling, II Mr. John T. Gramling, III Mr. & Mrs. David B. Graves Mr. & Mrs. Walter R. Griffin Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Hammett Dr. & Mrs. Richard J. Harp Dr. John A. Harrill, Jr. & Lou Ann Harrill Family Donor Advised Fund Mr. & Mrs. Andy Harrill Ms. Eaddy Williams Hayes Mr. L. J. Hendrix, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Darrell Hinson Ms. Amelia Pettiss Hinson Mr. & Mrs. Robin D. Hood Ms. Nela Hooker Ms. Gwendolyn T. Howell Mr. & Mrs. Paul W. Hucks Mr. & Mrs. James W. Hudgens Bill & Lillian Hudson Fund Mrs. Erica Hurteau Mr. W. H. Hussey, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Henry D. Jacobs, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. James O. Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Stewart H. Johnson Mr. & Mrs. T. Lane Johnson Ms. Wallace E. Johnson Donald C. Johnston, Jr. & Ann Johnston Family Donor Advised Fund Judge & Mrs. Sam Johnston Mrs. Daisy N. Johnston Mr. & Mrs. Roland Jones & Miss Jennifer Jones Ms. Ann J. Jones Mrs. Frances S. Jordan Dr. & Mrs. Julian C. Josey, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Killoren, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Spencer King Mr. D. Trent Lancaster Ms. Nettie L. Ligon Mr. & Mrs. Demetri Evan Liollio Mr. David D. Little Nick Lomax & Associates Ms. Jo Willa Gramling Lopez Dr. & Mrs. W. Brownlee Lowry Mr. & Mrs. Richard B. Lowry Mr. & Mrs. Samuel H. Maw, Jr. Mr. James McCutcheon, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Gary S. McHam Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. McMeekin Mrs. Thomas McMeekin Mr. & Mrs. J.F. Middlebrooks Mr. & Mrs. Larry Miller, Jr. Mr. E. Lewis Miller, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. E. Lewis Miller Mr. & Mrs. Robert U. Miller Mr. & Mrs. W.E. Mitchell Betty Ann Moore Charitable Donor Advised Fund Mr. & Mrs. Herbert B. Moore, Jr. Ms. Carolyn C. Moore Mr. & Mrs. McCall Morehead Mr. & Mrs. George Moseley Mr. H. Herbert Mott Ms. Susan Murphy

Mrs. Maxine F. Nash Mr. & Mrs. Edward G. Neal Mrs. Margaret R. Neal Neely’s Building Supplies Mr. & Mrs. Jack W. Newton Mr. & Mrs. George B. Nixon Mrs. Jo Nixon Ms. Camille Norris Stanley M. Pack & Company, Inc. Mr. Stanley Michael Pack, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. B. H. Peace, III Mr. Perry C. Peace Richard H. Pennell Fund Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. Pinson Mr. & Mrs. Orville V. Player Mr. & Mrs. Scott Plyler Dr. & Mrs. Jan A. Postma, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Potts Mr. Joseph J. Pulliam, III Mr. & Mrs. Norman F. Pulliam, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. H. Ronald Pulliam Mr. & Mrs. Norman Pulliam Jackson S. Dunbar RAINBOW Fund Mr. & Mrs. Tyler Duke Reed Mr. & Mrs. David C. Rehr Mr. Harold B. Risher Mr. & Mrs. James M. Robertson Mr. & Mrs. Mark K. Rogers Mr. & Mrs. Jack C. Scott Mr. & Mrs. Sam B. Shackelford, Jr. Mr. James W. Shaw Mr. & Mrs. Darwin H. Simpson Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Smith Mrs. Horace C. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Jack A. Smoke South Carolina Bankers Association Mr. L. Terrell Sovey, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. William G. Stevens Mr. & Mrs. Harold A. Taylor, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Winston C. Taylor Mrs. Joyce G. Turner Mr. & Mrs. William Turrentine, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. F. William Vandiver Mrs. Louis C. Vreeland W. C. Taylor, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Lem H. Walker, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Peter Weisman Mr. & Mrs. John B. White, Jr. Mr. Lewis White, Jr. Ms. Elizabeth N. Williams Mr. Emmerson Fort Wolfe, Jr. Ms. Mary C. Wolfe Ms. Elizabeth H. Young Jackson S. Dunbar RAINBOW Fund Mr. & Mrs. Gordon M. Darby, III Mr. & Mrs. W. Carrington Edmunds Mr. & Mrs. H. Daniel Foster Ms. Janell R. Myers Wallace F. Pate Fellow Man Foundation Randall, Lynn, & Russell Raines Family Fund Mr. Russell Raines The Yvonne Ravan Memorial Scholarship Chapman High School Regional Museum of History Decorative Arts Endowment Fund Spartanburg County Historical Association David W. Reid Playhouse Fund

Sallie B. James Trust Renaissance Project Special Fund The Arkwright Foundation Spartan West Rotary Club General Fund Ms. Susan Turpin Rotary Club of Spartanburg, Inc., Youth At Risk Fund Spartanburg Rotary Club Rotary International/District 7750 Fund Rotary District 7750 Emil Rusch Memorial Scholarship Fund Boiling Springs Homemakers Club Ruesch International Seay House Endowment Fund Spartanburg County Historical Association Endowment Fund of the Shepherd’s Center of Spartanburg Ms. Frances Amidon The Eula Sherman Scholarship of Altrusa International of Spartanburg Fund Altrusa International, Inc. of Spartanburg Sherwood Circle Beautification Fund The Barnet Foundation Ms. Ruth L. Cate Ms. Anne Ebersbach Silver Hill Memorial UMC General Fund Silver Hill Memorial United Methodist Church The Florine Cates Simpson Calvary Episcopal Church Memorial Cemetery Fund Mr. & Mrs. M. L. Cates, Jr. Mr. MacFarlane L. Cates, Jr. Small-Fry Scholarship Fund of Cherokee County Mr. & Mrs. Joe Abernathy Mr. & Mrs. D.K. Anderson Mr. & Mrs. Don J. Brown, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Horace O. Burkett Mrs. Mary F. Cagle Mrs. Victor W. Cagle Ms. Louise Carson Mr. & Mrs. L. Stanford Clary, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Stan Clary Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Cooper Mr. & Mrs. M.L. Crotzer, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. A. L. Curtis Mr. & Mrs. Larry L. Ducharme Environmental Monitoring Inc. of NC Mr. & Mrs. Ronald R. Erickson Mr. & Mrs. Billy R. Gibbons Mr. & Mrs. Ted Hope Mr. Karl House Ms. Hazel M. Hubbard Mr. & Mrs. Vernon Kite Mr. & Mrs. Paul C. Larson Mr. & Mrs. Ted L. Lightle Mr. & Mrs. Harry Lovelace Mr. & Mrs. Ernest L. McDaniel Mr. Gordon McDowell Ms. Mary M. Michaels Mr. & Mrs. William F. Moore Mrs. Elizabeth H. Phillips Mrs. Virginia M. Phillips Mr. Michael R. Posner Mr. & Mrs. Norman E. Ramsey Mrs. Gertie Ramsey Mr. & Mrs. Andrew P. Sullivan Mr & Mrs. Julius L. Surgnier

Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Teague Mr. & Mrs. Ernest W.P. Thayil Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Thayil Mr. & Mrs. Victor Uhrich Ms. Celeste Watson Mr. & Mrs. J.F. White Ms. Grace P. Whiten Ms. Margaret Wilkins Ms. Wynona M. Wineland The Jennifer Leigh Smith Memorial Swimming Scholarship Fund Ms. Mary Ann Camp Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Graves Mr. M. Dexter Hagy Mr. & Mrs. Michael L. Hope Mr. & Mrs. Corey M. Jones Ms. Dianne Lanford Mrs. Jean Beeks Marston Ms. Barbara J. McCracken Mr. & Mrs. Mendel D. Smith, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Wade Vaughn, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Hal G. Warlick, Jr. Ms. Beverly C. Williams Dr. Gwendolyn M. Smith Scholarship Fund Brenda Jo Barnette Mr. & Mrs. Ted Cothran Annie & Julius Covington Mr. & Mrs. Roger F. Luttrell Ms. Peggy Ann McQuade Mr. & Mrs. Anthony E. Revels SC School Counselor Association Ms. Kathy J. Williams Mr. & Mrs. Stephen J. Wunder South Carolina Foundation for Disabled Athletes Fund Mr. & Mrs. Alfred R. DeAngelis Southside Unity in the Community Special Fund Cornerstone Development, LLC Ms. Sylvia F. Fesperman Ms. Kyla Moore Piedmont Natural Gas Company, Inc. The Spartanburg County Foundation General Fund Mr. & Mrs. Clarence O. Stokes, Jr. SPACE Fund Mr. & Mrs. William K. Hassell Mr. & Mrs. Burnham Uhler Spartanburg Animal Welfare League Building & Endowment Fund Spartanburg Animal Welfare League The Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce Special Fund New Beginnings Foundation Spartanburg County Anonymous Scholarship Fund Anonymous Spartanburg County Children’s Security Blanket Project, Inc. Fund Optimist Security Blanket Foundation The Spartanburg County Foundation General Fund Spartanburg County Dist. 5 Dietrich Gaston Memorial Scholarship Fund Byrnes High Booster Club James F. Byrnes High School Spartanburg County Livestock Producers’ Association General Fund Spartanburg County Livestock Producers 2005 Annual Report • 49


Gifts Mr. & Mrs. James A. Trammel Spartanburg County Medical Society Fund Dr. & Mrs. Tom T. Galt Spartanburg County Museum of Art Acquisition Fund Spartanburg County Museum of Art Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office Chaplain’s Benevolence Program Fund Spartanburg County Chaplain Benevolent Fund Spartanburg County Youth Anonymous Fund Anonymous Spartanburg County Youth Sports Bureau Special Fund The Barnet Foundation Budweiser of Spartanburg, Inc. Coach Dave’s School of Pitching & Hitting Spartanburg High School Charles I. Blackburn Memorial Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. John D. Bane Mr. & Mrs. Randall N. Conway Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin H. Correll Mr. & Mrs. Dwight F. Patterson, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Thomas S. Price Spartanburg High School Ms. Joyce N. Wiley Mr. & Mrs. James M. Young Spartanburg High School Class of ‘44 Scholarship Fund Dr. & Mrs. Tom T. Galt Dr. & Mrs. J. Vernon Jeffords Mr. J. Wofford Locke Ms. Emily Reid Mr. & Mrs. George A. Wheeler, Jr. Spartanburg High School Class of ‘45 Scholarship Fund Mr. J. Wofford Locke Spartanburg High School Class of ‘46 Scholarship Fund Mr. Charles L. Bates, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Ray L. Childers Mr. J. G. Hudson, Jr. Mr. James H. Jones, Jr. Mr. Henry C. Reid Spartanburg High Class of ‘46 Dr. Hal Trimmier, Jr. Spartanburg High School Class of ‘47 Scholarship Fund Ms. Mildred W. Ballenger Mr. & Mrs. Fred O. Bartlett, Jr. Charles W. Clary Mr. & Mrs. Wallace DuPre, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Philip Foster Dr. & Mrs. J. Vernon Jeffords Ms. Virginia C. Lanford Drs. Allen H. & Clara C. Mackenzie Mr. & Mrs. Leslie L. McMillan, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. D. C. Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. William A. Powell Mr. & Mrs. David E. B. Sanders, Jr. Mr. John H. Tillotson Spartanburg High School Class of ‘48 Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. T. Jack Upton Spartanburg High School Class of ‘60

Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. L. Guerry Burnett Mr. & Mrs. Ronald E. Casey Mr. & Mrs. C. D. Coleman, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. M. Austin Connors, Jr. Kayle Feagan Col. (Ret.) & Mrs. James D. George Mr. Jim Gilliam Mr. Thurman L. Greene, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Hines, Jr. Cyron T. Lawson Mr. & Mrs. Harry C. Morris, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John R. Murphy Mr. & Mrs. Wilton P. Myers, Jr. Spartanburg High School Class of ‘60 Mr. & Mrs. Duane Turner Spartanburg High School Class of ‘62 Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. Stephen C. Franke Mr. & Mrs. Stewart H. Johnson Ms. Anne H. Malone Mr. & Mrs. Alvin Stauber Spartanburg High School Class of ‘65 Scholarship Fund Ms. Beverly Thomas McDaniel Spartanburg High School Class of ‘65 Scholarship Fund Spartanburg High School Class of ‘70 Scholarship Fund Dr. & Mrs. William D. Stewart Spartanburg High School Community Services Fund Spartanburg County School District 7 Spartanburg High School Erik Hudson Neely Memorial Scholarship Fund Neely’s Building Supplies Spartanburg High School Jack Lawrence, Sr. Scholarship Fund Mr. Jack W. Lawrence Spartanburg High School Joseph G. McCracken Valedictory Scholarship Fund Coastal Community Foundation Spartanburg High School Joseph P. & Edna B. Clarke Memorial Music Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. Clark Bagwell Ms. Dateria C. Johnson Spartanburg County School District 7 Spartanburg High School Spartanburg High School McCracken Junior High Beta Club Scholarship Fund Spartanburg County School District 7 Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium General Fund Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium Spartanburg Philharmonic Fund Spartanburg Philharmonic Music Club Spartanburg’s 175th Anniversary, Inc. General Fund Advance America Mr. & Mrs. Stanley W. Baker Bank of America City of Spartanburg Mrs. Marianna Habisreutinger Mary Black Foundation McMillan Smith & Partners Architects NBSC

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Security Finance Corporation Mr. Mark Taylor Walter Spry Memorial Scholarship Fund The Bud Teaster Scholarship Fund Rho Chapter Pi Kappa Lambda Mr. & Mrs. Jimmy W. Hodge St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church Mr. & Mrs. Paul D. Petty Properties Endowment Fund Mr. & Mrs. T. Dewitt Smith, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. James V. Burchfield, Jr. Ms. Shirley Teaster St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic Fund The Tiller Family Fund Mr. & Mrs. Alfred R. DeAngelis Dr. & Mrs. Wendell H. Tiller, Jr. Episcopal Church of the Advent Trinity UMC Building Maintenance St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic SRMC Endowment Fund Endowment Fund Trinity United Methodist Church St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic, Inc. Troop 1 Legacy Foundation General St. Paul United Methodist Church Youth Fund Scholarship Fund Mr. Mukhtar Ahmed Mr. & Mrs. John D. Bane Mr. & Mrs. Lon Alexander Ann H. Karegeannes Mr. & Mrs. A. T. Allen St. Paul United Methodist Church Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Allen St. Paul United Methodist Women Mr. & Mrs. W. Swinton Anderson St. Paul’s United Methodist Men’s Club Mr. & Mrs. William S. Bagwell STCF Bruce Harris Memorial Scholarship Mr. H. Walter Barre, II Fund Mr. & Mrs. Orin W. Beach, Jr. Spartanburg Technical College Beeson Investments Foundation Mr. & Mrs. John W. Beeson, Jr. STCF Foster & Ruth Gray Chapman Mr. & Mrs. Jerry R. Blackburn Single Parent Achievement Award Boy Scout Troop 1 Spartanburg Technical College Mr. & Mrs. George Brandt, III Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Walter Brice, III Wachovia Corporation Mr. Alford Baxter Bright, III STCF John C. Johnson Memorial Mr. & Mrs. R. E. Browne, III Scholarship Ms. Sarah S. Burnett Spartanburg Technical College Mr. & Mrs. Jacob D. Butts Foundation Mr. Don Cantrell STCF John S. Featherston Memorial Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Chapman, III Scholarship Fund Mr. John Leslie Clayton Spartanburg Technical College Mr. & Mrs. Theodore D. Clyburn Foundation Ms. Margaret C. Cole STCF M. L. Jr. & Marguerite M. Cates Ms. Margaret T. Derrick-Becker Faculty/Staff Development Endowment J.B. Dunn Enterprises Spartanburg Technical College Ms. Delores D. Dye Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Allen Edgerton STCF Mildred Harrison Dent Memorial Mr. & Mrs. Homer W. Ellis Scholarship Fund Ms. Laura V. Emrich Spartanburg Technical College Episcopal Church of the Advent Foundation Dr. & Mrs. Robert E. Flandry, Jr. STCF Todd Reynolds Memorial Mr. & Mrs. Paul C. Fleischer Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. L. Barry Foy Spartanburg Technical College Mr. & Mrs. David M. Fudge Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Theodore W. Gage, Jr. STCF Wallace Eppes Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Dean Gaskins Curriculum Enhancement Fund Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence O. Goldstein Spartanburg Technical College Ms. Irene Goldstein Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Roger Habisreutinger STCF Workman Cantrell Memorial Judge & Mrs. Stuart H. Hall Culinary Arts Internship Endowment Ms. Margaret D. Hall Mr. & Mrs. James R. Courie Terry P. Hall Spartanburg Technical College Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Hammett Foundation Mr. & Mrs. R. Wesley Hammond Strengthening Voices — Grassroots Mr. & Mrs. Thomas E. Hannah Leadership Development Fund Mr. & Mrs. Larry Harken Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Edwin C. Haskell, III Committee to reelect Brenda Lee Mrs. Anne Hill Strengthening Voices — Organizational Mr. J. Thomas Hollis Capacity Building Fund Mrs. Louis P. Howell The Spartanburg County Foundation Dr. & Mrs. David G. Ike General Fund Iron Mountain The Hearst Foundation, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. W. Pickney Irwin, IV Mary Ellen Suitt Fund Mr. & Mrs. Cleveland Jackson Miss Mary Ellen Suitt Ms. Pat Jameson Spartanburg Area IMA Ruby Taylor Ms. Cynthia D. Jeffers Memorial Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. Stewart H. Johnson


Gifts Ms. Melissa D. Johnson Donald C. Johnston, Jr. & Ann Johnston Family Donor Advised Fund Mr. & Mrs. K.S. Johnston Mr. & Mrs. C. Roland Jones, Jr. Mrs. Marshall M. Jordan Mr. & Mrs. Daniel H. Kahrs Mr. & Mrs. Monty Kirby Mr. & Mrs. Pat Knie Dr. Wood N. Lay Mr. & Mrs. Henry M. Laye, III Ms. Anne Page Irwin Lee Mr. & Mrs. David D. Little, III Rev. & Mrs. Robert H. Long Lubrizol Performance Products Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. Lyles Mr. & Mrs. Maxey C. Lynn, Jr. Ms. Christine W. Lynn Mr. Lee V. Manatis Mr. E. George McCoin, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Joe McConnell Mr. & Mrs. L. J. McLeskey Mr. & Mrs. John T. Michael Mr. & Mrs. Glenn C. Miller Walter Scott Montgomery Boy Scout Troup 1 Fund (Church of the Advent) Mr. & Mrs. Bob Moon, Sr. Moretex Chemical Products, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. M. Moseley Ms. Anne S. Mostellar Ms. Robin New Mr. & Mrs. Walter M. Oates, Jr. Ms. Anna M. Painter Mr. & Mrs. Charles B. Palmer Mr. & Mrs. John J. Palmer Mr. & Mrs. Richard Petty Mr. & Mrs. Marion Pittman Dr. & Mrs. Jan A. Postma, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. L. Perrin Powell Ms. Elizabeth P. Powell Dr. & Mrs. William F. Price Mr. & Mrs. Frank H. Rice, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Frank H. Rice Mr. & Mrs. William P. Robinson B. Holland Satterfield, Jr., DMD LLC Mr. & Mrs. John A. Schwartz Mr. & Mrs. Sam B. Shackelford, Jr. Mr. James W. Shaw The Steritech Group, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Clarence O. Stokes, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Stringer Ms. Janet F. Thompson Dr. & Mrs. W. Howard Tiller, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. George C. Todd, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Traywick, II Mr. & Mrs. Charles D. Turner Ulterion International, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Lem H. Walker, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. L. Harrall Walker Mr. & Mrs. Charles K. Warren Ms. Holly S. Watters Dr. & Mrs. David F. Weir Ms. Loretta G. Wessells Mr. Lewis White, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Marc White Mr. & Mrs. Reginald W. Whitehurst, Jr. Ms. Joan Whitlock Mrs. Martha B. Whitney Dr. & Mrs. Talmadge D. Wilkins, III Ms. Joanne C. Willis Mrs. Deidre Workman

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur W. Yex Troop 3 (Nazareth Pres.) Boy Scout Endowment Fund Miller Foster Family Fund Rev. Dr. Clay H. Turner Endowment for St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic Fund Mr. & Mrs. John P. Barber Episcopal Church of the Advent Union County Carnegie Library Friends of the Library Fund Friends of Union Carnegie Library Union County Health Care Foundation Affiliate Administrative Fund Union County Health Care Affiliate Project Fund Union County Historical Society Museum Building Fund Union County Historical Foundation Union-Laurens Commission for Higher Education General Fund Union/Laurens Commission for Higher Education Upstate Forever Spartanburg County General Fund Upstate Forever The Visk Family Fund Dr. & Mrs. Mark Visk Walker Foundation Unrestricted Endowment Fund Walker Foundation Sallie Lybrand Ward Fund Estate of Doris Gallagher Vera W. & Roy Waters School District Six Memorial Music Fund Mr. & Mrs. Donald Gillespie Mr. & Mrs. Claude W. Hunt Wellford Cemetery Association Fund Wellford Cemetery Association Susan Y. West Memorial Art Scholarship Fund Ms. Bernice Brewer Ms. Laural F. Brown Mr. & Mrs. Phillip D. Davis Ms. Susanne Floyd Gunter Mr. & Mrs. H.G. Phillips, Jr. Mr. Robert Short Mr. & Mrs. John R. Walters Mr. & Mrs. Clyde W. Ward Mr. & Mrs. Stanley O. West Mr. & Mrs. John Gary West Ruby Hawkins West Memorial Scholarship Fund BMW Manufacturing Corp. Dee/Traxx, Inc. Gerod Allison Agency, Inc. Law Insurance Agency, Inc. Conway Rice Wachovia Corporation Westside Neighborhood Association General Fund Mr. & Mrs. Charles C. Adkins Mr. & Mrs. David Adolphson Mr. Bruce K. Alexander Mr. & Mrs. Bob Allare Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Allen Ms. Sara Allison L. Kaye & Ingo Angermeier Mr. & Mrs. Zeb Atkinson Mr. Steven A. Baer Mr. & Mrs. Brian H. Baghdady

Mr. & Mrs. James L. Ballinger Mr. & Mrs. David Bartholomew Mr. & Mrs. Charles Baxter BB&T of South Carolina Ms. Judy Bessinger Mr. & Mrs. Marc Bingham Ms. Karen E. Bjelland Mr. & Mrs. James A. Bleiler Mr. Tully W. Brewer, III Ms. Shirley Bright Bernard E. Brooks & Associates, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. John H. Bucher Bullis Hardware, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Louis Buttino Mr. Jerry Calvert Ms. Karen Cannon Mr. & Mrs. David B. Cash Cates Pond Home Owners Association Mr. James A. Cheek Mr. & Mrs. Douglas A. Christian Mr. & Mrs. Steven Christiano Mr. & Mrs. E. Joe Clay Mr. & Mrs. Steven Clevenger Mr. & Mrs. John F. Connell Mr. & Mrs. Harold E. Cook Dr. & Mrs. Steven W. Corso Mr. & Mrs. James Cox, Jr. Ms. Claire A. Crouch Mr. & Mrs. Fieldin Culbreth, III Ms. Suella C. Davis Dr. & Mrs. Ben W. Dawsey, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Alfred R. DeAngelis Mr. & Mrs. Robert Dee Definition, LLC Mr. Dennis Dennerlein Mr. Joe D. Dickey Mr. & Mrs. J. Richard Dillard Mr. Luke DiMaggio Ms. Betty S. Dupree Ms. Ursula S. Dyer Mr. & Mrs. Phillip Esce Mr. & Mrs. James A. Essman Ronald M. Fields Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Ken Finley First National Bank of Spartanburg Mr. Dickie Fleming Mr. James Fleming Mr. & Mrs. Robert Fogle, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Greg F. Force Mr. & Mrs. Paul M. Forrester Four Bees, Inc. Mr. Fred R. Fraley Ms. Patsy Gad Dr. & Mrs. Robin Go Ms. Mary Lou Gorman Mr. & Mrs. Klaus M. Groeger Mr. & Mrs. John D. Groves Dr. & Mrs. James T. Halla Mr. & Mrs. James L. Hannah Ms. Debra J. Harris Mr. & Mrs. Michael T. Hastings Hawk Creek Homeowners Association Mr. Allen S. Hearn Mr. & Mrs. William H. Hebert Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Heffernan Mr. & Mrs. Robert Henderson, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Craig E. Herman Mr. & Mrs. Rick M. Higgins Ms. Anne W. Holmes Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Holt

Mr. & Mrs. Hernando Jaramillo Mr. & Mrs. Danny Jasso Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Jennings Mr. & Mrs. Gary Johnson Mr. Steve Jones C. Dan Joyner Company, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Jurs Mr. & Mrs. Randolph W. Kellner Mr. & Mrs. Mark Koenig Mr. & Mrs. Ronald D. Kountz Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Krebs Mr. & Mrs. Richard Kyle Mr. Jim Lancaster Mr. & Mrs. Sidney A. Landers Mr. & Mrs. Paul A. Lepage R. E. & Marion Littlejohn Fund P Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Locke Mr. & Mrs. Warren C. Lovett, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Paul Lovett Mr. & Mrs. Thomas F. Lucas Ms. Cheryl T. MacMillan Mr. & Mrs. Blaine A. Maddin Mr. & Mrs. James D. Madsen Ms. Mary Ann Magee Mr. & Mrs. Richard Mallett Mark III Properties Mr. John S. Mason Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Mathis Mc2 Enterprises, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. John McBurney Mr. & Mrs. Ronald L. McCarter Mr. & Mrs. Joe McMahan Mr. & Mrs. W. Ray McPherson Mr. & Mrs. Ronnie C. Meeks Mendel Hawkins Builder, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Matthew R. Meyers Mr. & Mrs. Jack D. Millwood Ms. Joyce Moesley Mr. & Mrs. Bryan M. Moore, IV Mr. & Mrs. Michael Moore Mr. Charles B. Morris Ms. Dana Morrison Ms. Laura D. Moses Mr. Jittin T. Muljibhai Mr. & Mrs. Brian F. Munsey NBSC Mr. & Mrs. Raymond C. Orzechowski Mr. & Mrs. Gonzalo F. Pares Mr. & Mrs. Stan W. Parker Mr. & Mrs. Pranay R. Patel Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Pickeral Mr. Earle D. Posey Mr. Gregg S. Postage Mr. & Mrs. William Peter Primm Mr. & Mrs. D.E. Quinn Mr. & Mrs. Henry A. Ramella Mrs. Judy Reese Ms. Ann J. Rickard Drs. Frank & Susan Rinaldo Mr. Clyde Ring Dr. & Mrs. Regis Robe Mr. & Mrs. William P. Roberts Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Robinson Mr. & Mrs. F. Joseph Rogers Mr. & Mrs. William Rogers Mr. & Mrs. James Rook Mr. J. Scott Ross Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Rourke Mr. Robert J. Royle Safeguard Business Systems 2005 Annual Report • 51


Gifts Marcelo & Mayte Sandrin Mr. & Mrs. Norm Schuessler, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Seiss Mr. & Mrs. Vijay G. Shah Mr. & Mrs. V. Lewis Shuler Ms. Astrid Simon Mr. & Mrs. H.J. Sterling SunTrust Bank, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. George Sykes Tall Tree Mobile Home Park Mrs. Barbara Tanbonliong Mr. Douglas N. Tinsley Mr. & Mrs. John W. Tobias Mr. & Mrs. Ulrich Tombuelt Mr. & Mrs. James Duren Trout, Jr. Mr. Jimmy Trout Mr. Victor Voigt Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Voll Mr. Charles L. Waddell Mr. Drew Walker Mr. David Weiss West View Elementary School Gaynelle West Mr. & Mrs. John B. White, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. David E. White Mr. Todd Whitehead Mr. John R. Wiggins Ms. Linda G. Wiley Ms. Cindy Wilson Woodridge Association, Inc. Dr. & Mrs. Claude D. Woollen Ms. Kim Hont A. Yee The Melba J. Wheeler Memorial Scholarship Fund Mr. Johnny Lee Wheeler Harry & Betsy Williams Fund Mr. & Mrs. Harry Williams, Jr. Ada Gossett Williams Memorial Scholarship Fund Pearson Education Zane Thomas Williams Memorial Scholarship Fund Altrusa International, Inc. of Spartanburg Mr. & Mrs. David Anders Mr. & Mrs. B. B. Ashley, Jr. Mr. Gay Barefield Mr. & Mrs. John H. Brasher, Jr. Ms. Ruth O. Brown Mr. & Mrs. David G. Brunetti Wyvonne R. & Kimberly A. Coates Mr. & Mrs. George D. Collins Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Frances Comella Mr. Jorge N. Da Silva D. Scott Dotherow Mrs. Donald F. Fowler Ms. Deborah B. Gallion Ms. Sylvia B. Gantt Ms. Carey Elizabeth Garrett Gene Powell’s Auto Sales Mr. & Mrs. Perrin W. Gilbert Mr. & Mrs. Craig Gilliam Ms. Peggy Moore Gowens Mr. & Mrs. James Gowens Glenda G. Graham Mr. & Mrs. James E. Griggs Mr. & Mrs. Jason W. Hamblett Mr. & Mrs. Phillip E. Harrison

Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Harrison Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Harrison Ms. Susan E. Harrison Mr. & Mrs. James M. Hart Mr. & Mrs. Steve H. Hart Ms. Eileen D. Henderson Mr. & Mrs. E. Jay Hendrickson Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Hodge Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Hope Innate Chiropractic, Inc. Ms. Tracey Jackson Jenadan, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. A. Wayne Johnson Ms. Bonita B. Landers Mr. & Mrs. Jack A. Mabry, Jr. Dr. Salvatore J. Martingano Mr. & Mrs. Bobby W. McAlister Ms. Joann McDaniel Ms. Judith W. McGrath Dr. & Mrs. Aaron R. Millage Mr. William F. Moran, Jr. Newman & Sims Development, Inc. Ms. Mary E. Owens Palmetto Medical Transport, LLC Mr. & Mrs. Winston F. Parker Mr. & Mrs. Vernon Payne Mr. & Mrs. Louis C. Pennington Mr. & Mrs. Randall H. Perrenoud Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Perry Ms. Joanne H. Perry Ms. Elizabeth H. Puette Mr. & Mrs. Ernie D. Ramsey Mr. & Mrs. Phil Reeves Mrs. Zack Reeves Ms. Margaret H. Sarratt Mr. & Mrs. Everett D. Seay Mr. & Mrs. Dan M. Shumaker Mr. Craig Sims Mr. & Mrs. Donald E. Smith, Jr. Social Science Resources Mr. & Mrs. Ronnie Solesbee Mr. L. Terrell Sovey, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Rhett Stidham Mr. & Mrs. Heath L. Strawn, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Larry J. Weaver Mr. & Mrs. Nathan W. Williams Ms. Angie Williams Woodruff High School Athletic Alumni Assoc. Scholarship Fund Woodruff High School Athletic Alumni Woodruff Senior High School Zimmerli Foundation, Inc. Ms. Nelly Zimmerli

If we are to achieve a richer culture, rich in contrasting values, we must recognize the whole gamut of human potentialities, and so weave a less arbitrary social fabric, one in which each diverse human gift will find a fitting place. Margaret Mead

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SPCF Annual Report 2005  

SPCF Annual Report 2005

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