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The Spartanburg County Foundation a community foundation

2006 Annual Report


A letter from Foundation’s ty un Co g ur nb ta ar Sp The Chairman and President

ing.” “Connecting, Responding and Conven The theme for our 2006 Annual Report is own es to connect our donors through their The Spartanburg County Foundation striv of lity to respond with grants that affect our qua specific funds to needs in our community, r organizations that are passionate about thei life, and to convene a host of individuals and ing shar follow, we will illustrate this theme by philanthropic concerns. In the pages that ity and donors have connected to the commun several stories with you about how our ership community need and has provided a lead how the Foundation has responded to the e stories effectively tell the story of how role as a convener. We hope that thes ting plan rove the community today, but also is Foundation is working, not only to imp ity for tomorrow. seeds to promote a sustainable commun

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urg such a significant asset as The Spartanb It is really quite remarkable that we have who e are accessible to anyone and everyon County Foundation in our community. We ities countless examples of generous commun wants to be a philanthropist. There are ant vibr ts, you will usually find a growing, across the country and, where this exis ce We work hard to achieve a level of excellen community. Spartanburg is no exception! to also not only to our Foundation donors, but in all that we do. This is a commitment, mise to the future with hope, courage and pro our broader community.We look forward cate, a priority in your life.0 by being an advo because you have made this community rt. In and energy and by leading with your hea by giving your financial resources, time and s to you, growing the community’s resource turn, we continue to remain committed to that impact our community. We want you connecting generous people with causes r you in ndation is poised to be your partner know that The Spartanburg County Fou that you embrace. quest to address the quality of life issues and e grant making, community leadership We are convinced that through effectiv this for funds, we will promote sustainability management of our many donor directed be relevant for generations to come. Foundation and this Community that will Sincerely,

Sally D. Foster Chairman of the Board

John H. Dargan President & CEO


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The Year in Review

.......................... 26-29 ............................................................ Highlights of 2006............................ .............................. 26 ndation................................................. About The Spartanburg County Fou ............................ 27 ............................................................ Board of Trustees. .............................. ............................ 28 ............................................................ Planned Giving Initiatives. .................. ............................. 29 ............................................................ 2006 Financials..................................

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The Dorothy C. & Julian C. Josey Fund (established in 1997)

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or Dorothy Chapman Josey and Dr. Julian Josey, Spartanburg is home. Spartanburg is where Julian serves the community as a radiation oncologist and director of the Gibbs Cancer Center at Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System. Spartanburg is where Dorothy paints, taxis children back and forth to school, and volunteers. Spartanburg holds friends, family and responsibility. Taking that responsibility seriously, Dorothy and Julian established a fund at The Spartanburg County Foundation in 1997 that has already doubled in principal. Specifically, the Joseys “don’t want to abandon the organizations that they hold dear” after they retire and no longer have the same income. “We’ve been blessed,” says Julian. “The Spartanburg County Foundation is a marvelous vehicle for us to take those blessings and do some nice things for our community.” Dorothy Josey’s art hangs in galleries, art museums and homes around the country, but no one is more proud of the paintings than her husband, Julian. The iris painting above is one of his favorites. (Right) Dorothy, who worked as the deputy art director of Time magazine for seven years before returning to Spartanburg, peaks out from behind a painting she did of the family’s Spartanburg backyard

What made you consider starting a fund at The Spartanburg County Foundation?

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An award-winning amateur photographer, Bill took the flowers and lighthouse photos while traveling. He took the albino squirrel in his own Spartanburg backyard.

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ive now and continue giving forever. That’s the philosophy behind The Mary D. & William B. Ferguson Memorial Family Fund. Bill, the owner of Service Office Equipment in Spartanburg for 27 years and a Civitan since 1959, and his first wife, Mary, a volunteer for the Spartanburg Humane Society, always put the community first — in their professional lives and in their personal ones. Connected to the community, both Bill and Mary saw that non-profit organizations “didn’t have much trouble raising money for capital improvements, but did for annual giving.” In creating their fund, they kept that in mind designating the interest from the endowment toward annual operating support for the organizations they felt most passionate about, like the Spartanburg Humane Society, the Church of the Advent, the American Red Cross, and senior programs and youth programs in the community. A few years after Mary’s death, Bill remarried. Sandie Ferguson shares Bill’s commitment to the community. Together they work through The Spartanburg County Foundation’s Donor Connect program to stay aware and connected to the needs in the Spartanburg community. 2006 Annual Report • 


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necting The Betty Ann Moore Charitable Donor Advised Fund (established in 2002)

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etty Ann Moore was dying of colon cancer when she decided to set up a charitable fund at The Spartanburg County Foundation. Her son, John, helped her during the gift planning phase but didn’t realize at the time just what a gift she was leaving for him and his sister, Anne Brady. “She wanted us to have the opportunity to interact and be more involved in the community,” says John. “It’s also kept us even closer and offers some significant tax benefits.” The Betty Ann Moore Charitable Donor Advised Fund places John and Anne Brady in an uncommon position. Through the fund, they now have the resources to make a charitable difference in their community often reserved for people twice their age. While their mom named a few organizations that she particularly wanted to continue to support, she left the ultimate decisions for designating funds up to John and Anne Brady. “John Dargan [president of The Spartanburg County Foundation] led us through the process of getting the fund started, and he still meets with us each year to discuss funding priorities,” says John. “Our dad and mom really stressed giving back to the community, and Anne Brady and I are committed to following their example.”

The Moores during a family vacation

What is your motivation?

Anne Brady Moore

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The Andy & Lynne Falatok Fund (established in 1997)

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ndy and Lynne Falatok decided to begin a charitable fund with definite goals in mind — to benefit their community and their two sons. “We want our sons to know what’s important in life, and we want them to work together in W hy did you esta future years to complete the work in the community blish a charitable fund? that we started,” says Andy, president of Tex-Mach, Inc., a used textile machinery, appraisals and liquidations firm in Spartanburg. They chose The Spartanburg County Foundation with similar thought and determination. According to Andy and Lynne: 1. The Foundation has a long history of successful philanthropy in the Spartanburg Community. 2. The Foundation has had an excellent return of approximately 12% per year for over 10 years. 3. The compounding investment return will allow us to make charitable donations for a much longer period than we could have imagined. The Falatoks also are working with their son, Christopher, an agent with Northwest Mutual, to purchase a life insurance policy that will eventually benefit their fund.

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Andy & Lynne Falatok

(Left) a photo of Lynne, Christopher and David at The Citadel during a vacation in Charleston. (Right) David, as a student at The Citadel, with Christopher, a graduate of Clemson, in front of the same plane.

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with a 2006 grant to the Woodruff Community Center

he Woodruff Community Center fosters a spirit of community that encourages residents of Southern Spartanburg County to live healthy and empowered lives. Since it was founded in 2001, the center has been a part of Spartanburg County School District 4. When the center’s advisory board decided to pursue getting non-profit status, they sought the help of The Spartanburg County Foundation. In 2006, the foundation awarded the Woodruff Community Center a $15,000 grant after the center raised $9,000 in matching funds from local individuals and businesses. In addition to funding the professional services needed to gain 501(c)(3) status, the foundation’s grant also went to support the center’s after-school and summer enrichment program for area children. More than 100 children in the Woodruff area have benefitted from the program by receiving homework help, academic enrichment, safe recreation, character education, fine arts programming, field trips and nutritious snacks. The results of this initiative include higher grades on report cards, better school attendance, higher standardized test scores and improved self esteem.

W hat has been th e impact of the grant?

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A grateful homeowner thanks the Christmas in Action work team from First Presbyterian Church of Spartanburg.

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with a 2006 grant to Christmas in Action

onths after returning from a trip to Texas to visit Christmas in April founder Bobby Trimble, Sandi Turner, director of Spartanburg’s Christmas in Action, and three of the organization’s board members are still awed and inspired by the experience. In addition to learning directly from the source, they also took another benchmarking trip to learn from a successful Christmas in Action community organization in Michigan. The trips, as well as a board retreat, marketing survey and strategic plan, 6 x 12 foot enclosed tool trailer stocked with tools, and an information management software program for the organization were all funded with a $20,000 Clemson Compassionate Project Grant through The Spartanburg County Foundation. Turner and the board are especially pleased with the marketing survey, which pinpoints areas in Spartanburg County where the need is greatest. Since the organization mobilizes volunteers for one-day workdays in April and October to make home repairs for elderly, disabled and disadvantaged homeowners in the Spartanburg area, they need to know the areas where their work will make the most impact.

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Dr. Monique Fox (right), Pediatrician at ReGenesis Community Health Center, and Nurse Manager Quiantina Eison, RN, give a book to Zachariah following his 6 months well check. 14 • The Spartanburg County Foundation


How many books are in the community because of your partnership with The Spartanburg County Foundation?

Erica Rhodes, Office Manager ReGenesis Community Health Center

with a 2006 grant to the ReGenesis Community Health Center & Reach Out and Read

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hen ReGenesis Community Health Center and Reach Out and Read teamed up to make books a part of a healthy childhood for children living in neighborhoods on the south side of Spartanburg, they looked to The Spartanburg County Foundation for local support. Beginning with their 6-months well check-up, babies who receive health care at the ReGenesis Community Health Center are given a new, age-appropriate book while visiting the doctor and nurse. Those books are funded through a grant from The Spartanburg County Foundation. In addition, the doctors and nurses encourage parents to read to their children at home. It’s all in an effort to get children ready for school, both physically and academically, and encourage a life-long love of reading. 2006 Annual Report • 15


Senior Life & Wellness Club Director Pat Ruff (left) with Ola Mae Styles, a member of the club and resident of the Archibald Rutledge Apartments where the center is located

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with a 2006 grant to the Senior Centers of Spartanburg County, Inc. for the Senior Life & Wellness Club at Archibald Rutledge

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la Mae Styles had never watched a movie on the big screen until the Senior Life & Wellness Club in her apartment building used funding from The Spartanburg County Foundation to purchase and install a large screen and state-of-the-art audiovisual system for the center’s dining area. “My parents were strict about movies, so I never saw one growing up. Then I thought, you can’t miss anything you never had,” says Styles, who now enjoys watching movies with her six-year-old granddaughter. “It gives us something to talk about together. I look forward to the movies now, and have no intention of missing another one.” The staff at the Senior Life & Wellness Club also use the new equipment to play exercise DVDs and educational videos for the members. “This new equipment helps us meet the mission of the Senior Centers,” says Executive Director Nancy Ogle. “Our goal is to keep seniors as independent as possible and connected to the community. We want them to stay as healthy, wealthy and wise for as long as they can.” Margaret Jones of Woodruff, uses the Senior Centers transportation system to travel from Woodruff several days each week to the Senior Life & Wellness Club. When her family planned a Grand Canyon vacation with her, the staff at the club used the trip as an opportunity to educate club members about the Grand Canyon using the new audiovisual equipment.

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Huaiying Kang, a graduate of The Spartanburg County Foundation’s Grassroots Leadership Development Institute


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through the Grassroots Leadership Development Institute

uaiying Kang learned about The Spartanburg County Foundation’s Grassroots Leadership Development Institute (GLDI) from a friend who had just completed the program. Living in Spartanburg after growing up in Shanghai, China, Kang soon realized that she could bring knowledge of her native country to her adopted home, but she needed help to get started. Kang enrolled in the GLDI in May 2006 and spent the next six months attending monthly Saturday workshops where she absorbed training in community building, community organizing, race and power, resource development, strategic thinking and public speaking. By the time she graduated in November, she had already developed a feasible plan for the creation of a Chinese Culture and Education Center in Spartanburg. “The Grassroots Leadership Development Institute was a good resource for me because it gave me the energy and encouragement to become more open-minded and realistic about starting a non-profit organization,” says Kang. The Chinese Culture and Education Center now enjoys formal partnerships with Spartanburg Day School and the area colleges and universities where they serve as a resource organization to enrich the schools’ international or Chinese language programs.

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Drs. Art and Audrey Grant with their Citizen Scholars (left to right) Quincy, Kiala and Rashanti. In addition to going to see movies, the Grants have taken their scholars to The Peace Center to see Annie and Cats, and they all enjoy visiting Hatcher Gardens.


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r. Art Grant, director of counseling services at Daniel Morgan Technology Center, remembers going to the movies with his uncles. He always enjoyed the films, but it was the walk to and from the theatre where they would talk that made a lasting impact on his life. When he and his wife, Dr. Audrey Grant, assistant superintendent for student services for Spartanburg County School District Seven, decided to become mentors to three Citizen Scholars, those memories came rushing back. “We love to take the children to the movies,” he says, “but more than that we like to talk about travel and nature and science with them.” Audrey adds that many of their conversations also circle around grades, schools, scholarships and going to college. “We’re all looking forward to high school graduation six years from now,” she says. Through the Citizen Scholars Program, students with academic potential who would not normally be able to attend college are paired with a supportive adult mentor. The program also offers enrichment activities and college preparatory classes outside of the regular classroom and is open to students between the ages of 11 and 18 in all seven Spartanburg County school districts. Students who complete the Citizen Scholars Program and graduate from high school earn a college scholarship.

Citizen Scholar Tramaine Brown and his mother, Emma, with his mentors Laura and Brand Stille at his graduation from high school. In addition to receiving a scholarship from The Spartanburg County Foundation, Tramaine earned a scholarship from Wofford College and just completed his freshman year there.

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Alston Drummond, a Youth Council participant, just graduated from Broome High School and in August is off to Auburn University where he plans to study engineering and attend lots of Auburn football games. 22 • The Spartanburg County Foundation


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s Alston Drummond begins classes in the fall at Auburn University, he’ll take with him some of the lessons he learned while participating in Spartanburg Youth Voices, the youth arm of the Spartanburg Youth Council. A grant from The Spartanburg County Foundation brought consultants and curriculum from The Search Institute to Spartanburg to train individuals and organizations in the community who work with youth. The Spartanburg Youth Council was one of those organizations to benefit from The Search Institute, an independent nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide leadership, knowledge, and resources to promote healthy children, youth, and communities. Alston calls Spartanburg Youth Voices an effort to “help youth become better adults.” With the resources provided by The Search Institute, Spartanburg youth leaders have developed a program to help community youth build the foundation they need to nurture their positive development. As a result of this collaboration, Alston has met youth from across the county, learned about children’s rights and responsibilities, and attended a three-day leadership camp in Knoxville, TN.

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icky Richardson, a vice president with Smith Barney/Citigroup Global Markets in Spartanburg, has always been conscious of the environment. “Being a native ‘Spartanburger,’ I’ve seen tremendous changes in the landscape of our county — both good and bad,” says Richardson. “So the natural resources component of Community Indicators holds great interest to me.” Richardson also agreed to co-chair the Management of Natural Resources Taskforce for the Strategic Spartanburg: Community Indicators Improvement Plan (2006-2010) because he wanted to learn more from the experts in the field who were also serving on the taskforce. The Management of Natural Resources Taskforce was one of 10 groups convened to analyze and prioritize the data from Community Indicators VI examining key human service and social issues affecting Spartanburg County. The resulting Community Improvement Plan, a collaborative effort of The Spartanburg County Foundation, the United Way of the Piedmont, Spartanburg County government, and individual Spartanburg community leaders, is a working document designed to help guide non-profit organizations, businesses, government and local funders in meeting the most pressing needs in Spartanburg County. For more information about Strategic Spartanburg: Community Indicators VI or for information on how to become involved, visit www.strategicspartanburg.org.

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Highlights during 2006... The foundation and its donors awarded more than 1,400 grants to community organizations: • $935,000 from donor advised funds • $463,000 in scholarship aid • $1.6 million from field of interest funds • almost $465,000 from the unrestricted and general fund.

More than 3,500 contributions were made to The Spartanburg County Foundation for a total of $9,708,962, a 39% increase over 2005.

Foundation Staff and General Counsel

John H. Dargan President & CEO

Mary L. Thomas Executive Vice President

Susan S. Mullins Controller

Angela S. Smith Donor Services Officer

Jeanne A. Papst Executive Assistant

Heather A. Ailstock Administrative Assistant

James W. Shaw General Counsel & Assistant Secretary

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.

Strategic Goals 2005-2010 • Establish The Spartanburg County Foundation as the preferred organization for community philanthropy – the leading resource for philanthropy & community problem solving; reaching out to new people, particularly women, minorities, young people, & families; and often via relationships developed with their professional advisor. • Increase the assets of The Foundation to a total of 110 million by 2010, through aggressive marketing, cultivating, and fostering new/existing relationships. • Expand and focus our resources on donor education, connecting donors and other funders to identified community needs. • Uphold the integrity, history, and tradition of The Foundation while growing an effective staff of sufficient size led by a geographically diverse board. • Invest our social, intellectual, and financial capital as a philanthropic leader in addressing the health and well being of our community. 26 • The Spartanburg County Foundation


Supporting Organizations granted more than $1.6 million to the community.

Mary L. Thomas, executive vice president of the foundation, was honored with the national Robert W. Scrivner Award for Creative Grantmaking. She used the $10,000 gift that accompanied the award as seed money to begin the Mary L. Thomas Award for Civic Leadership and Community Change at the foundation.

Foundation assets grew by $13.5 million to $90,949,558, an increase of 17%.

2006 Board of Trustees

D. Chapman Johnston, Jr. Chairman

Sally D. Foster Vice Chairman

Volunteer Committees Investment Advisory Committee W.D. Bain, Jr. Sally D. Foster Herbert L. Fritz, Jr. Robert E. Gregory, Jr. D. Chapman Johnston, Jr. Daniel H. Kahrs Daniel Byrd Miller, III Barry D. Wynn H. Walter Barre, II

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

Grants Review Committee Clay H. Turner Jennifer C. Evins Thomas E. Hannah

Gift Evaluation Committee Sally D. Foster Thomas E.. Hannah John A. Harrill, Jr.

H. Walter Barre, II Treasurer

John A. Harrill, Jr. Past Chairman

Thomas E. Hannah Secretary

Clay H. Turner Trustee

Jennifer C. Evins 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

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Highlights during 2006... In January, the Board and staff revised the foundation’s 2010 Strategic Plan around five key strategies that focus on: • becoming the center for philanthropic resources • development • implementation of innovative donor services • implementing appropriate systems and controls to carry out the expanded program of work • exercising foundation leadership as an advocate for community change in responding to identified needs.

In November, the foundation moved into a new headquarters located at 424 East Kennedy Street.

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 • 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.

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In March, The Spartanburg County Foundation received notification that it met the nation’s highest philanthropic standards for operational quality, integrity and accountability. The National Standards compliance effort for U.S. Community Foundations is administered by the Council on Foundations, a national professional association based in Washington, DC, and is the first of its kind for charitable foundations in the United States. Meeting these rigorous standards assures the Spartanburg public of The Spartanburg County Foundation’s ability to achieve its mission to strengthen the community and help donors achieve their personal charitable goals.

Statement of Financial Position 2006 Total Assets: $90,949,558 2,685,912

Unrestricted Funds ($3,777,570) Agency Endowments ($19,494,806)

Supporting Organizations ($12,881,335)

agency endowments

Annuities ($757,591)

Scholarship Funds Charitable Lead Trusts ($794,439)

($9,925,176)

Charitable Remainder Trusts ($1,175,036) General Fund — Unrestricted ($10,652,870) Field of Interest Funds ($10,006,702)

Designated Funds ($13,920,555) Donor Advised Funds ($7,563,478)

2006 Grants Distributed from Funds: $7,677,499 Unrestricted Funds ($190,323)

Agency Endowments ($2,183,568)

Supporting Organizations ($1,620,504)

TOTAL ASSETS

agency endowments

Scholarship Funds ($463,542) Designated Funds ($395,000) General Fund — Unrestricted ($274,570)

Statement of activity for the years ended December 31, 2006 and 2005 for The Spartanburg County Foundation and its supporting organizations.

Donor Advised Funds ($933,713)

Field of Interest Funds ($1,616,279) 2006 Annual Report • 29


funds 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).......................................$19,611.40 Appnet Community-Based Network Fund (1997)............................................................... $2,561.40 Arts Partnership of Greater Spartanburg Reserve Fund (1999)....................................... $63,008.90 Back Country Revolutionary Heritage Project Fund (1998)................................................ $8,683.32 Ballet Spartanburg, Inc. Fund (1992)............................................................................... $88,758.45 Beeson/Fogarty Endowment of The Charles Lea Center Fund (1994)............................ $96,477.71 Bethlehem Baptist Church Cemetery Fund (1995)........................................................... $14,246.01 Boys & Girls Clubs General Endowment Fund (2006)..................................................... $26,828.00 James E. Buchanan Trust (1974)....................................................................................$253,112.34 Calvary Episcopal Church Cemetery Fund (1999)........................................................... $40,168.17 Camp Mary Elizabeth Fund (1951)................................................................................... $12,237.36 Camp Ponderosa Fund (1963)......................................................................................... $16,434.76 Cancer Association of Spartanburg & Cherokee Counties Fund (1971).......................... $82,824.43 Central United Methodist Church Endowment Fund (2001)............................................... $1,599.61 W. Marshall Chapman Arts Endowment Fund (1984).....................................................$110,457.65 The Spartanburg County Character Education Fund (1999)............................................. $7,387.73 Charles Lea Center Foundation General Fund (1994)................................................... $608,918.03 Children’s Advocacy Center of Sptbg. General Fund (1999).............................................. $6,620.03 Christmas in Action*Spartanburg General Fund (2001)................................................... $18,890.06 Cleveland Park Restoration Fund (1997)....................................................................... $318,959.74 H.W. Close & Marshall Chapman Boy Scout Endowment Fund (1988)......................... $882,349.62 Cowpens Development Corporation Fund (2000)............................................................ $15,787.31 Cowpens War Memorial General Fund (2001)................................................................... $9,438.29 Cross Anchor Ruritan Club Fund (1998).......................................................................... $14,235.80 Ethel Chase Davis Perception Court Fund (1972)........................................................... $83,315.99 Depot Restoration Fund (1997)........................................................................................ $16,195.76 Dorman High School Capital Fund (1998)...................................................................... $339,591.77 Jean Erwin Fund (2004)................................................................................................. $174,996.54 Family Care Council of Spartanburg General Fund (1999)................................................... $752.21 FENCE Endowment Fund (1998)..................................................................................... $89,351.82 Fernwood Baptist Church General Endowment Fund (2005)............................................. $2,333.70 First Baptist Church of Cowpens Special Fund (1998)................................................... $282,714.27 First Presbyterian Church of Union, SC Building Fund (1993)......................................... $32,599.16 First Presbyterian Church of Union, SC Capital Endowment Fund (1993)....................... $65,569.72 First Presbyterian Church of Union, SC Mary Fant Jeter Memorial Fund (1993)............. $17,251.88 First Presbyterian Church of Union, SC Memorial Fund (1993)......................................... $5,659.52 First Presbyterian Church of Union, SC Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Fund (1993)................$15,116.04 First Presbyterian Church of Union, SC William Coleman Benevolent Fund (1993)...... $140,055.42 First Tee of Spartanburg, Inc. Special Fund (2003)...........................................................$59,011.71 Friends of 7 Special Fund (1999)....................................................................................... $3,896.95 Friends of the Chesnee Library Fund (2002)...................................................................... $6,053.66 Friends of the Landrum Library Fund (2002).................................................................... $50,017.72 Friends of the Middle Tyger Library (2004)......................................................................... $4,893.99 Friends of the Spartanburg County Guardian Ad Litem Special Fund (1998)...................$11,365.66 Friends of the Westside Library Fund (2002)................................................................... $18,288.99 Friends of the Woodruff Library Fund (2002)................................................................... $67,307.74 German American Club Fund (1996)................................................................................ $14,512.08 Gilman S. Hooper Endowment of The Charles Lea Center Fund (1994)....................... $193,229.46 Girl Scout Endowment Fund (1985)................................................................................. $57,814.89 Grace United Methodist Church Cemetery Affiliate Fund of Union County (2005)......... $161,970.28 Grace United Methodist Church General Affiliate Fund of Union County (2005)........... $395,365.53 Greater Spartanburg Ministries Endowment Fund (2001)................................................ $16,480.43 H.A.L.T.E.R. General Fund (2001)................................................................................. $138,539.18 Happy Hollow Park Fund (1995)...................................................................................... $14,080.96 Hatcher Garden & Woodland Preserve Fund (1997)..................................................... $202,459.66 Hatcher Garden & Woodland Preserve General Real Property Fund (2006)................. $449,174.15 Josephine L. Hatcher Special Projects Fund (1999).......................................................... $9,560.68 The Katie Hodge Healing Arts Fund of Greater Spartanburg (1998).................................. $5,161.19 30 • The Spartanburg County Foundation

Helping Hands Ministries of Woodruff Area General Fund (1999)................................... $27,652.23 Friends of Hollywild Animal Park General Fund (2001)...................................................... $4,463.50 HOPE VI Partnership Fund (2004)................................................................................. $221,020.13 Dannie Horne T.O.T.A.L. Ministries Fund (1996).............................................................. $53,756.89 Hub City Writers Project Fund (1995)............................................................................. $109,084.82 Inman Rotary Club General Fund (1999)......................................................................... $15,678.95 Anne Irwin Memorial Fund (1993).................................................................................... $13,327.85 Joint Concert Fund (2003)..................................................................................................... $165.40 Junior Achievement of Spartanburg Fund (1992)............................................................. $80,832.03 Junior Achievement of Spartanburg, Inc., S.C. Business Hall of Fame Fund (1994)....... $27,646.06 Junior League Fund (1987)............................................................................................ $103,615.83 Landrum Cemetery Perpetual Care Fund (1986)............................................................. $97,828.01 Landrum Community Development Fund (1998)............................................................. $21,539.22 Leland L. & Nell B. Larrabee Endowment of The Charles Lea Center Fund (1994)...... $457,143.37 Leadership Spartanburg ‘99 Special Fund (1999).............................................................. $3,927.73 The Francis Lee Endowment Fund for the Dev. of Human Resources (St. Paul United Methodist Church) (2005)................................................................. $169,091.20 Mary G. Lominack Endowment Fund for Professional Staff Development (1994)........... $53,883.31 Dr. Jerrie Lucktenberg Concertmaster Chair Endowment Fund (2004)........................... $72,549.78 The John DeWitt McCollough General Fund (1999)........................................................ $10,966.30 Mental Health Association of the Piedmont, Inc. Fund (1998).......................................... $10,798.46 The Ruth Joan Millard Memorial Award Fund (2004)......................................................... $6,177.64 Daniel Morgan Statue Maintenance Fund (1988)............................................................. $13,681.05 Nativity Capital Endowment Fund of Union, SC (1998)...................................................$116,299.60 Nazareth Cemetery Fund (1975).................................................................................... $165,968.89 Nazareth Presbyterian Church Cemetery Fund (1988).................................................. $556,334.54 Nazareth Presbyterian Church Endowment Fund (1996)............................................... $285,622.54 Nazareth Presbyterian Church Ministry Fund (1994)....................................................... $48,526.94 Nazareth Presbyterian Church Sanctuary Fund (1988)................................................... $81,497.75 New Day, Inc. of Spartanburg Endowment Fund (1993)................................................ $338,393.47 New Hope Baptist Church Cemetery Fund (1997)........................................................... $13,087.55 New Hope Baptist Church Family Center Fund (1996).................................................. $149,763.18 New Hope Baptist Church General Fund (1997).............................................................. $74,075.10 Connie M. Nixon Boys & Girls Clubs Fund (1995)........................................................... $33,190.97 Oakwood Cemetery Perpetual Care Fund (1983)....................................................... $1,085,903.23 American Guild of Organists (Spartanburg Chapter) General Fund (2001)..................... $20,087.36 Oryol Art Associates Upstate Region Partnership Fund (1997).......................................... $3,343.22 Palmetto Council Camp Maintenance Fund (2006)............................................................ $5,022.75 Piedmont Interstate Fair Association-J.D. Foster Memorial Fund (1992)........................... $1,942.77 Piedmont Science Fair Fund (1990)................................................................................. $78,195.31 Piedmont Sertoma Enterprises Fund (1993).................................................................. $152,736.28 Price House Fund (1982)............................................................................................... $139,584.83 Priority Metrics Group Community Fund (2002)............................................................... $13,052.50 Provisions, Inc. Collaboration Fund (1999)........................................................................ $1,031.96 Regional Museum of History Decorative Arts Endowment Fund (2005)...........................$59,118.60 David W. Reid Playhouse Fund (1985).............................................................................. $8,554.96 William W. & Ruth C. Robinson Memorial Fund (1998).................................................... $27,337.91 East Spartanburg Rotary Club General Fund (2001)....................................................... $14,691.53 North Spartanburg Rotary Club General Fund (1999)...................................................... $22,443.67 Spartan West Rotary Club General Fund (1999)............................................................. $25,184.74 Rotary Club of Spartanburg Unrestricted Fund (1996)..................................................... $14,897.28 Rotary Club of Spartanburg, Inc., Youth At Risk Fund (1996)............................................ $8,971.69 Rotary International Peace Park, Spartanburg, S.C. General Fund (2001)....................... $2,098.41 Rotary International/District 7750 Fund (1990)............................................................... $213,046.52 SAFE Homes--Rape Crisis Coalition Fund (1986)............................................................. $2,777.87 Mary V. Davis Safe Homes--Rape Crisis Fund (1999)....................................................... $3,519.91 Spartanburg County School District Five SCALE Fund (2001).......................................... $5,826.55 Seay House Endowment Fund (2005)............................................................................. $53,597.91 Endowment of the Senior Centers of Spartanburg County, Inc. (1987)......................... $131,543.04 Endowment Fund of the Shepherd’s Center of Spartanburg (1985).............................. $144,495.05 Silver Hill Memorial UMC General Fund (2001)............................................................... $18,793.91 The John McClellan Smith Family Memorial Fund (1999).................................................. $5,507.39 Ellen Hines Smith Girls’ Home Fund (1985)................................................................... $440,028.46 South Carolina Foundation for Disabled Athletes Fund (1993)........................................ $73,475.31 Spartanburg Area Conservancy, Inc. (SPACE) Fund (1993)............................................ $35,531.98 Spartanburg Animal Welfare League Building & Endowment Fund (1988).................... $176,679.75 Spartanburg Animal Welfare League, Inc. Fund (1986)................................................... $48,126.87 The Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce Special Fund (2005).............................. $34,585.31 Spartanburg Boys’ Home Endowment Fund (1987)....................................................... $768,873.05


funds Spartanburg Children Shelter Fund (1996).................................................................... $288,334.76 Spartanburg County Children’s Security Blanket Project, Inc. Fund (2005)..................... $13,258.81 Spartanburg County District One (1996)...........................................................................$11,177.26 Spartanburg County Historical Association Endowment Fund (1987)............................ $306,188.60 Spartanburg County Museum of Art Acquisition Fund (1998).......................................... $18,988.38 Spartanburg County Museum of Art George Ernest Burwell, Jr. Fund (1997)................ $149,993.98 Friends of the Spartanburg County Public Library Book Fund (1990).............................. $35,189.09 Friends of the Spartanburg County Public Library Capital Improvements Fund (1990)...... $22,674.03 Friends of the Spartanburg County Public Library Staff Development Fund (1995)........ $23,597.44 Spartanburg County Regional Museum of History Endowment Fund (2000)................. $103,246.21 Spartanburg Development Council General Fund (2003).................................................. $9,490.99 Spartanburg Music Foundation Endowment Fund (1986).................................................$36,114.27 Spartanburg Music Foundation Fund (1961).................................................................... $36,312.61 Spartanburg Philharmonic Fund (1961)........................................................................... $34,430.68 Spartanburg Repertory Company Virginia Ariail Rouse Fund (1989)............................... $28,461.22 St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church Properties Endowment Fund (1993)........................ $24,120.83 St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic Fund (1993).................................................................... $239,448.75 SCCF Unrestricted Fund (1992)..................................................................................... $102,025.48 Troop 1 Legacy Foundation General Fund (1999)........................................................... $94,517.64 Troop 3 (Nazareth Pres.) Boy Scout Endowment Fund (2000)........................................ $31,321.67 The Union Community Foundation General Affiliate Fund (2006)............................... $1,056,343.15 Union County Carnegie Library Friends of the Library Fund (1996)................................. $55,125.90 Union County Health Care Foundation Affiliate Administrative Fund (2005)...................$212,114.87 Union County Health Care Foundation Affiliate Project Fund (1995)............................. $199,328.91 Union County Historical Society Museum Building Fund (1996)...................................... $62,055.06 Union Rotary Club Fund (1990).......................................................................................$117,400.30 Union-Laurens Commission for Higher Education General Fund (2000)....................... $231,348.05 Unitarian Universalist Church of Spartanburg, Inc., Building Fund (1994)....................... $39,360.05 Upstate Forever Spartanburg County General Fund (2005).............................................. $2,760.71 Walker Foundation General Endowment Fund (1999)................................................ $1,023,743.20 The Walker Foundation Technology Fund (1995)........................................................... $339,642.25 Wallace Thomson Hospital Adult Volunteers Fund (1996)............................................... $65,303.62 Walnut Grove Plantation Fund (1970)............................................................................ $258,583.73 Walnut Grove Plantation Nature Trail Fund (1989).......................................................... $10,598.45 The Warbirds, Inc. Museum Fund (2000)......................................................................... $13,934.99 Waters Family Cemetery Fund (1987)............................................................................. $24,505.32 Wellford Cemetery Association Fund (2004).................................................................... $76,816.05 Westminster Presbyterian Church Capital Fund (1999)................................................. $556,480.16 Whiteside Fund (1992)................................................................................................... $131,570.10 YMCA Family Center Endowment Fund (1991)............................................................. $267,345.37

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)..................................................................................................... $6,051,023.50 Piedmont Chapter American Red Cross General Endowment Fund (2000).................. $138,528.43 Carolina Piedmont Foundation, Inc. General Fund (2006).......................................... $4,298,472.26 Educational Trust of the First Baptist Church of Spartanburg, SC (1999)................... $1,155,176.48 First Baptist Church of Spartanburg Television Missions Ministry Endowment Fund (1999)............................................................................................ $152,331.91 Lake Summit Community Foundation Fund (1998)........................................................ $204,175.28 St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic Endowment Fund (2004)............................................. $1,143,771.28 St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic SRMC Endowment Fund (2005)...................................... $69,686.61 United Way of the Piedmont Reserve Account Designated Fund (1998)....................... $574,219.82 United Way Reserve Money Market Account Designated Fund (2006)........................... $81,193.27 Walker Foundation Unrestricted Endowment Fund (2005).............................................. $51,975.99

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. Anderson Family Fund (1994) Marion L. Arnett, Jr. & Mary C. Arnett Family Fund (2006) Thomas & Cecilia Arthur Family Fund (1995) Anne A. Bain Fund (1994) Tom & Joan Barnet Fund (1994) Thomas & Marianne Bartram Donor Advised Fund (1998) Kent A. Beeson Memorial Fund (1999) Joseph T. & Kathy Black Donor Advised Fund (2002) James & Carol Bradof Fund (1999) Lucien & Evelyn Brailsford Donor Advised Fund (2000) W. Randolph & Alice H. Brown Donor Advised Fund (1998) Jule K. & DeArmond E. Canaday Donor Fund (1998) Jule K. & DeArmond E. Canaday Family Fund (2002) William Z. & Joy S. Cannon Family Fund (2003) Lucile M. Cart Donor Advised Fund (1988) Donna & Walter Cart Fund (1996) W. Marshall Chapman & Elizabeth S. Chapman Donor Advised Fund (2005) The Chapman Family Fund (2002) Harrison S. Chapman Fund (2003) Morris B. & Harriet S. Chesney Fund (1995) Jesse Franklin Cleveland & Betty Neiley Cleveland Fund (1991) Arthur & Polly Ann Cleveland Family Fund (2000) Dillard W. & Patricia H. Copeland Family Fund (2006) Paul J. & Nancy B. Coté Donor Advised Fund (1989) Kate & John Dargan Fund (1997) The Richard W. & Billie Hasty Dunn Memorial Family Fund (1986) J.D. Edwards Family Fund (1994) Ellis-Lehner Fund (1998) Thomas A. & Elizabeth S. Evins Memorial Fund (1991) Andy & Lynne Falatok Fund (1997) John & Nora Featherston Donor Advised Fund (1991) John S. & Nora Beth Featherston Fund (1992) John S. & Nora Beth Hull Featherston Fund (1995) Mary D. & William B. Ferguson Memorial Family Fund (1999) Philip F. & Sally D. Foster Donor Advised Fund (2000) Miller Foster Family Fund (2000) The J. Robert Freeman, Jr. Memorial Fund (1997) Fulmer Fund (1988) Fulwood-Wright Fund (1997) Ted & Nancy Gage Family Fund (1998) Theodore & Betty Gage Family Fund (2000) William W. & Frances L. Gaston Family Fund (2006) Special Fund Gignilliat (1986) Nancy M. & Henry C. Giles Family Fund (2001) John Graham Fund (1996) John & Ellen Gramling Family Donor Advised Fund (2000) Mr. & Mrs. Frank P. Gregory, Jr. Fund (1997) Tom & Dot Grier Donor Advised Fund (1999) Catherine Cleveland Grooms Donor Advised Fund (2000) John A. Harrill, Jr. & Lou Ann F. Harrill Family Donor Advised Fund (2002) Robert Hicklin, Sr. Fund (1994) The Higgins Family Fund (2006) Charles J. & Ellen N. Hodge Family Fund (2001) William W. Howell, Jr. & Rebecca C. Howell Family Fund (2004) Bill & Lillian Hudson Fund (1996) The Henry D. Jacobs, Jr. Family Fund (2002) William A. & Sallie B. James Family Fund (1998) 2006 Annual Report • 31


funds Betty & George Dean Johnson Fund (1994) Donald C. Johnston, Jr. & Ann M. Johnston Family Donor Advised Fund (2002) Shepherd Johnston Fund (2000) Dorothy C. & Julian C. Josey Fund (1997) B.F. Kennedy Donor Advised Fund (1996) Jack A. Linder, Sr. & Carolyn G. Linder Family Fund (2004) R. E. & Marion Littlejohn Fund B (1997) R. E. & Marion Littlejohn Fund P (1996) The William Sinkler Manning Memorial Donor Advised Fund (2001) William C. & Wendy S. Mayrose Family Fund (2006) Ed & Gail Medlin Donor Advised Fund (1993) John & Ruth Michener Family Fund (1997) William E. & 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. & Edward P. Perrin Fund (1986) Wayne D. & Virginia W. Plylar Family Special Fund (2001) Elizabeth P. Powell Donor Fund (1999) William Price Fund (2000) Jon Emmett & Virginia H. Shuler Fund (1989) The Louis & Carter Smith Family Fund (2006) SSS Management Corp. Foundation General Fund (2002) The Tiller Family Fund (2005) James H. & Pauline J. Toy Memorial Donor Advised Fund (1988) The Visk Family Fund (1998) The Willard G. Wade Family Fund (1999) Wardlaw Trust Fund (1978) The Ben S. & Kathy C. Willard Family Fund (2006) John & Jean Williams Donor Advised Fund (1997) Harry & 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. & Johnnie G. Adams Fund (1996)......................................................................... $50,605.84 Kevin Malcolm Alexander Fund (1972)..............................................................................$37,711.72 American Legion Building Spartanburg County General Fund (2003)............................... $3,313.88 Amos & Babs Memorial Fund (2002)............................................................................... $15,221.72 The Anderson Mill Historical Fund (2006)........................................................................ $10,584.78 Arcadia Masonic Lodge General Fund (2002).................................................................. $88,054.15 Barbara J. Barnes Memorial Family Fund (2003)....................................................... Planned Giving Barnet Children’s Library Endowment Fund (1996)....................................................... $123,219.10 Barnet Park Community Fund (2000)............................................................................... $10,821.74 The Barre-James Fund (2005)......................................................................................... $61,950.67 J.N. Berry Sunday School Class Local Missions Fund (1999)......................................... $61,184.22 Bethany Baptist Church Anonymous Fund (2002)......................................................... $161,738.55 James E. Bobo Memorial Family Endowment Fund (2004)....................................... Planned Giving Bramlett Family Fund (1994)............................................................................................ $31,080.14 Ann C.T. Brown Charitable Fund (2000)..................................................................... Planned Giving Antoinette G. Brown Special Fund (1997)...................................................................... $277,463.03 Dennis L. Bruce Author Series Special Fund (2000)........................................................ $31,631.25 Charles & Sarah Bryant Camp Scholarship Fund (1989)................................................. $12,461.49 Business Needs & Success Indicators Survey (BNSIS) Fund (2005)................................ $4,173.01 Faye C. Campbell Fund (1992)........................................................................................ $17,724.28 Carolina Pediatric Alliance Sponsorship Fund (2000).......................................................$11,065.82 32 • The Spartanburg County Foundation

B. Frank Carruth Landrum Community Memorial Fund (1998)...................................... $198,586.77 Ben M. Cart & Ella M. Cart Child Abuse Fund (1997).................................................... $124,930.03 Caswell Family Memorial Fund (1999)....................................................................... Planned Giving Chapman High School General Fund (2006)..................................................................... $1,001.05 Citizen Scholar Program Fund (1996)............................................................................ $177,148.97 Dorothy & Euta Colvin Family Fund (1996)...................................................................... $87,698.07 Community Indicators Sixth Edition Resolution Fund (2004)........................................... confidential Converse Heights Tree Fund (2005).................................................................................$53,116.82 John H. Costello Music & Public Service Award Fund (1995)............................................ $5,698.31 Nancy Bain Coté Trust Fund (1990)................................................................................. $24,541.50 The Council for Community Empowerment General Fund (2005)..................................... $6,484.83 Tom Moore Craig & Lena Jones Craig Trust Fund (1961).............................................. $177,428.60 Holly Crain Memorial Orchestra Scholarship Fund (1995)................................................. $7,176.08 Cross Keys House & Property Maintenance Affiliate Fund (2006)................................... $50,517.08 Clarence H. Crow Bible Distribution Fund (1994)..............................................................$11,162.63 The Wally & Shirley Dalton Charitable Endowment Fund (2005)............................... Planned Giving Mary A. Daniels & Grace B. Daniels Citizen Scholar Fund (2000).............................. $1,136,790.23 W. Mac & Carole Vann Davis Family Fund (2000)............................................................. $3,734.21 Mary Wheeler Davis Fund for Promotion of the Arts (1989)............................................. $61,203.84 Harward J. Davis & Annie O. Davis Memorial Family Fund (2003)............................ Planned Giving R. P. Dawkins School Improvement Fund (1997)............................................................. $36,683.64 Frances Downard Memorial Award Fund (1992).............................................................. $36,622.27 Downtown Spartanburg Sertoma Club (2005).................................................................... $7,130.98 The Bill Drake Community Events Special Fund (2001).................................................. $10,302.95 Duke Power/Spartanburg County Libraries Math & Science Materials Fund (2002)........ $17,644.84 The DuPré House Preservation Fund (2006)................................................................... $10,020.68 Frances & Lester Eledge Endowment Fund (1996)................................................... Planned Giving W.O. Ezell Beautification Fund (1979).............................................................................. $82,779.47 Mickuel L. & Regina Keith Fain Special Fund (1992)......................................................... $2,012.76 W. G. Foster Camp Scholarship Fund (1996).................................................................. $24,683.98 John W. & Carol G. Fowler Educational Assistance Fund (1994).................................... $21,438.20 Sue M. Fox Memorial Fund (2004)............................................................................. Planned Giving Gay Cecil Frick Cholangiocarcinoma Research Fund (2001).......................................... $64,694.52 Friends of the Westside Library Damaris Huff Memorial Fund (2006)............................. $10,136.50 Theodore & Elizabeth Gage Special Fund (A) (1999)................................................ Planned Giving Theodore & Elizabeth Gage Special Fund (B) (1999)................................................ Planned Giving Harry H. Gibson Family Fund (1990).................................................................................. $5,156.68 Glendalyn Circle Beautification Fund (1997)...................................................................... $1,037.43 The Robert E. Gregory, Jr. Family Fund (2001)................................................................. $8,199.10 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 & Black Foundation Fund (2001)............................................................... $2,280.25 Robert C. Hardin Memorial Camp Scholarship Fund (1990)............................................ $14,789.82 Hatcher Botanical Garden Fund (1987)...........................................................................$548,114.47 Healing Heart Fund (2002)................................................................................................. $1,269.61 William & Beverly Hiller Charitable Fund (1993)........................................................ Planned Giving Susan Patricia Hodge Memorial Fund (1995).................................................................. $53,586.06 George Dan’l Hoffman Fund (1995)................................................................................. $82,888.83 Inman Community Development Fund (2000).................................................................. $13,356.62 The W.L. Jeffords Family Special Fund (2000).......................................................... Planned Giving Mignon S. Jeffords Memorial Fund (1997)..................................................................... $106,771.36 Junior League of Sptbg / Mary Flowers Scott Smith Fund for Abused Women (1994).... $70,223.52 Junior League of Sptbg./Thomas J. Troup Educational Endowment (1999).................... $74,608.81 The Bob Justice General Fund (2004)............................................................................... $3,430.16 John & Kitty Keith Fund (1992)........................................................................................... $8,355.63 E. Clifton & Clara M. Lancaster Fund (1996).................................................................. $125,056.07 Landrum High School General Fund (2006)....................................................................... $1,001.05 The Roy Lane Spartanburg Community Memorial Fund (2001)......................................... $6,653.13 Brian Lawrence Memorial Fund (1999)............................................................................ $24,239.92 Leadership Spartanburg 2005-2006 Marysville School Fund (2006)................................. $1,239.84 Leadership Spartanburg Alumni Association Fund (1998)............................................... $19,704.04 R.E. & Marion W. Littlejohn MBMH Employees Discretionary Fund (1996)..................... $71,317.98 Rudolph E. Mancke, Sr. Fellowship of Christian Athletes Scholarship Fund (2002).......... $1,480.15 Marion L. McMillan, Jr. Family Fund (2001)....................................................................... $8,140.45 Paul Edward & Gail G. Medlin Conservation Endowment Fund (1998)............................. $1,955.15 Carolina Miracle League Development Fund (2002)...................................................... $129,482.09 George Evans & Cabell Carrington Mitchell Fund (1995).................................................. $3,087.72


funds Walter Scott Montgomery Boy Scout Troop 1 Fund (Church of the Advent) (1996)......... $12,393.07 Walter S. Montgomery Commons (1978)....................................................................... $369,343.43 Walter Scott Montgomery Junior Achievement of Spartanburg Special Fund (1996)...... $61,865.92 Walter Scott Montgomery Palmetto Council Boy Scouts of America Fund (1996)........... $61,865.92 Walter Scott Montgomery United Way of The Piedmont Special Fund (1996)................. $61,865.92 Oak Creek Plantation Lake Owner’s Association General Fund (2006)........................... $21,598.46 One Hundred Club Fund (1956)..................................................................................... $139,873.37 Eleanor G. Oppenheimer Barnet Endowment Fund (2001)............................................. $25,699.57 Orthopaedic Associates P.A. General Education Fund (2004)..........................................$11,226.23 Orthopaedic Research Foundation of the Carolinas, Inc. General Fund (2005)............ $523,481.93 The John F. & Myrtice D. Osborne Memorial Family Fund (2003)............................. Planned Giving The Spartanburg County OST Youth Fund (2000)............................................................. $4,448.00 Palmetto Council, Boy Scouts of America General Fund (2006)........................................ $3,846.74 Palmetto Men’s Club General Fund (2002)...................................................................... $22,831.21 Frederick G. & Alice S. Phillips Family Special Fund (2000)...................................... Planned Giving The Grace M. & Harry R. Phillips, Jr. Family Fund (1999)............................................... $20,244.66 Robert & Dixie Pinson Charitable Fund (1993)................................................................ $45,784.81 Jon H. Poteat Scholarship Fund (1997)........................................................................... $61,206.14 Roy S. & Elizabeth P. Powell Charitable Fund (1992)................................................ Planned Giving Roy S. & Elizabeth P. Powell Mobile Meals Fund (1998)............................................... $227,546.17 Josephine Prall S’burg Animal Welfare Mem. Endow. Fund (2000)................................. $24,043.45 A Spot of Pride Beautification Fund (2000).................................................................... $417,364.00 Caroline Virginia Pulliam Mitochondrial Special Fund (2005)..........................................$268,114.70 Jackson S. Dunbar RAINBOW Fund (1998).................................................................... $23,893.02 Randall, Lynn, & Russell Raines Family Fund (2004)................................................ Planned Giving The J. Guy Rankin Children’s Relief Fund (2000).............................................................. $1,384.86 Renaissance Project Special Fund (2000)......................................................................... $1,525.72 The Lawrence E. Roel Fund (2000)................................................................................... $5,593.12 The Rosalie Memorial Music Fund of the First Presbyterian Church (2006).............. Planned Giving Harry W. Sanders Fund (2006)................................................................................... Planned Giving SCCF M. L. Jr. & Marguerite M. Cates Faculty/Staff Development Endowment (2000)..... $72,719.21 SCCF Technical Expo. & Confr. Faculty/Staff Development Fund (2000)........................ $14,191.94 SCCF Wallace Eppes Johnson Curriculum Enhancement Fund (2003).......................... $23,848.27 The Jennifer R. Schaper/Spartanburg Day School Memorial Fund (2002)........................ $3,170.56 The Katherine Scruggs Memorial Fund (2006).......................................................... Planned Giving Sherwood Circle Beautification Fund (1999).................................................................... $19,341.60 The Florine Cates Simpson Calvary Episcopal Church Memorial Cemetery Fund (2005).................................................................................. $22,284.67 Southside Unity in the Community Special Fund (2003).....................................................$1,255.11 Spartanburg Area Conservancy, Inc. (SPACE) Stewardship Fund (2006)....................... $10,335.42 Spartanburg County District Three Scholarship Fund (1998)........................................... $21,743.62 Spartanburg County Foundation Music Awards Fund (1995)........................................... $71,102.99 The Spartanburg County General Welfare Fund (2006).................................................... $5,363.33 Spartanburg County Medical Society Fund (1956)........................................................... $76,259.13 Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office Chaplain’s Benevolence Program Fund (2002)...... $23,034.26 Spartanburg County Youth Anonymous Fund (1997)......................................................$116,130.52 Spartanburg County Youth Sports Bureau Special Fund (2002)........................................ $7,942.37 Spartanburg Development Council Farmer’s Market Fund (2003)................................... $42,413.62 Spartanburg High School Athletic Department Endowment Fund (2002).......................... $7,803.14 The Spartanburg High School Baseball Fund (2006)............................................................ $529.32 Spartanburg High School Community Services Fund (2004)........................................... $12,073.20 Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium General Fund (2002)................................................ $263,617.27 Spartanburg Racing History Fund (2000)........................................................................... $5,960.49 Spartanburg School District Three Children’s Assistance Fund (2002).............................. $1,506.53 Spartanburg Young Professionals (SYP) General Fund (2006)......................................... $1,679.15 Spartanburg’s 175th Anniversary, Inc. General Fund (2005)............................................. $5,778.09 Spartanburg’s Music Trail Fund (2006)............................................................................ $17,930.64 Springdale Lane Beautification Fund (2002)...................................................................... $6,541.25 Thomas Mason Stokes Perpetual Care Fund (2000)....................................................... $35,519.36 Strengthening Voices--Grassroots Leadership Development Fund (2003).......................$11,593.94 Strengthening Voices--Organizational Capacity Building Fund (2003).................................. $245.90 Mary Ellen Suitt Fund (1992)............................................................................................ $78,812.84 Swiss American Community Fund (1999)........................................................................ $57,230.88 Spartanburg Area IMA Ruby Taylor Memorial Scholarship Fund (1987).......................... $48,496.02 Mary L. Thomas Award for Civic Leadership & Community Change Fund (2006)......... $103,065.80 The Fred J. Thomas Community Fund (2003)................................................................... $9,769.96 Robert R. Thomas Science & Education Fund (1996)..................................................... $46,580.59 Elsie G. Tinsley Memorial Fund (2006)............................................................................ $40,667.19 Trinity UMC Building Maintenance Endowment Fund (2000)......................................... $205,393.42

Rev. Dr. Clay H. Turner Endowment for St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic Fund (1998)..... $223,886.95 The Reverend Clay & Jane Turner St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic Endowment Fund (2006)............................................................................................ $210,143.13 United Way Special Endowment Fund (1983).................................................................. $28,268.40 William A. & Annie Louise Murray Wallace Fund (1993)............................................ Planned Giving Mary W. Walsh Charitable Fund (2006)..................................................................... Planned Giving Sallie Lybrand Ward Fund (2004)................................................................................... $355,988.88 John T. Wardlaw Adult Learning Center Fund (1997)................................................. Planned Giving John T. & Mary W. Wardlaw Trust Fund (1991).................................................................. $2,045.41 Vera W. & Roy Waters School District Six Memorial Music Fund (2001)........................... $8,639.14 Westminster Presbyterian Church Anonymous General Fund (2002)............................ $307,062.88 The Westside Library Frank P. Cyrill, Jr. & Earlene G. Cyrill Material Fund (2006).......... $10,020.68 Westside Neighborhood Association General Fund (2005).............................................. $43,600.35 Elizabeth Ormand White Children’s Books Endowment Fund (1997).............................. $18,495.77 George A. Withers, Jr. Camp Scholarship Fund (1992)..................................................... $6,858.12 Leone Walker Woodard & Susan L. Woodard Children’s Fund (1999)...................... Planned Giving YMCA Special Endowment Fund (1983).......................................................................... $28,268.40

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).............................................................. $17,347.86 Alpha Phi Alpha Chapter Scholarship Fund (2000)...........................................................$11,542.90 Horace H. Andrews Spartanburg County Scholarship Fund (1998)................................. $31,159.85 Jack K. & Margaret J. Barnes Scholarship Fund (1998).................................................. $63,344.53 Mary Alice Lanford Barnett Memorial Scholarship Fund (2002)....................................... $30,098.15 Kent A. Beeson Memorial Scholarship (2004).................................................................. $33,772.49 Bird Christian Scholarship Fund (2001)............................................................................ $38,432.40 Black Tie Scholarship Fund (2002)....................................................................................... $761.31 Boiling Springs Junior Chamber of Commerce Scholarship Fund (1992).........................$11,664.85 Spartanburg Breakfast BPW Club Scholarship Fund (2000)............................................ $12,829.94 The Helen T. Bruce Memorial Scholarship Fund (2001)......................................................$5,116.02 The Ben Burfete & Workman Cantrell Memorial Scholarship Fund (2001)...................... $13,023.70 Sarah S. Butler Horticultural Scholarship Fund (1994)..................................................... $82,326.63 J.F Byrnes High School Coca-Cola Scholarship Fund (1999).......................................... $41,550.10 Elizabeth W. Cannon Scholarship Fund (1987)................................................................ $38,669.51 Cannons Campground Ruritan Club Scholarship Fund (2006)........................................ $24,342.76 Michael Boyd Canupp Memorial Scholarship Fund (1997)................................................ $1,623.56 Robert M. Carlisle Memorial Scholarship Fund (1953)................................................... $684,526.25 B. Frank Carruth Memorial Scholarship Fund (1998)....................................................... $23,454.69 Bobby Chapman Junior Golf Foundation Fund (1995)................................................... $243,914.10 Citizens for a Better Tomorrow - School District #3 Fund (1993)................................... $181,654.00 Civitan Club of Spartanburg Scholarship Fund (1998)..................................................... $35,896.52 Cammie Fludd Clagett Scholarship Fund (1990)........................................................... $157,697.29 The Helen V. Cole/Butler Scholarship Fund (1999).......................................................... $36,604.86 The Joseph L. Cooke Memorial Scholarship Fund (1996)............................................... $65,756.09 Covenant Presbyterian Church Scholarship Fund (1997)................................................ $25,979.48 Coyle Scholarship Fund of Buford St. UMC (2001)........................................................ $102,474.77 Chad A. Czechowski JROTC Scholarship Fund (2006)................................................... $10,777.25 Hilard H. Dawkins Memorial Scholarship Fund (1992)..................................................... $17,410.07 R. P. Dawkins Scholarship Fund (1996)........................................................................... $43,577.03 Dorman (All Sports) Booster Club Scholarship Fund (2000)............................................ $49,131.50 Dorman Band E. Todd Watson Scholarship Fund (1994)................................................. $20,973.40 Dorman Band Josie Turnage Scholarship Fund (1996)................................................... $34,446.59 Dorman High School Allen O. Clark, Sr. Scholarship to Wofford College Fund (1996).... $10,132.62 Dorman High School Alumni Scholarship Award (1996).................................................. $79,092.88 Dorman High School Anonymous Scholarship Fund (A) (2002)...................................... $61,813.98 Dorman High School Anonymous Scholarship Fund (B) (2002)........................................ $3,564.30 Dorman High School Chartwells Scholarship Fund (1996).............................................. $27,198.39 Dorman High School Coca-Cola Scholarship Fund (1999).............................................. $96,084.36 Dorman High School Daniel Scott Seay Memorial Scholarship Fund (1996)..................... $2,479.44 Dorman High School Mary Frances Gosnell Scholarship Fund (1996).............................. $6,488.24 2006 Annual Report • 33


funds Dorman High School Michael Scott Adams Memorial Scholarship Fund (2003).............. $35,015.21 The Ryan Sims Dorman High School Scholarship Fund (2002).................................... $142,859.98 Dorman High School Weldon Wyatt Endowment Fund (2003)................................... $1,583,057.41 Paul M. Dorman Scholarship Fund (1996)....................................................................... $36,058.68 Fred M. Epting & Sara W. Epting Fund (1987)................................................................... $5,458.74 Jim Everhart Special Scholarship Fund (1998).................................................................. $5,379.56 Fairforest Middle School PTO Scholarship Fund (2003).................................................... $4,704.86 Faris Scholarship Fund (1993)..........................................................................................$11,283.01 Faucette Family Fund (1998)........................................................................................... $17,283.71 The Elton C. & Bernice N. Ferris Memorial Scholarship Fund (2000)............................ $838,957.90 First Federal Bank of Spartanburg Former Officers & Directors Scholarship Fund (2001).....$11,178.78 First Presbyterian Church of Union, SC Sloan Scholarship Fund (1993)......................... $14,528.66 The Marguerite Alman Foster Annual Scholarship (1998)................................................ $21,300.17 J. Howard & Blanche Chapman Foster/Bethel United Methodist Church Scholarship Fund (2002).............................................................................................. $19,290.34 L.E. Gable Middle School P.T.O. Scholarship Fund (1999)................................................ $4,327.50 Gaffney Rotary Club Scholarship Fund (2000)................................................................. $70,929.37 The Moody Garner Memorial Scholarship Fund (1999)...................................................$37,011.73 Mason Gaston Memorial Scholarship Fund (1998).......................................................... $26,030.77 Marche Gault Scholarship Program Fund (1997)........................................................... $164,756.12 Casi Kathleen George Memorial Scholarship Fund (2000).............................................. $56,154.41 German American Club Scholarship Fund (1997)............................................................ $16,477.94 Edwin Gerschefski Memorial Scholarship Fund (1993)...................................................... $9,564.69 Lemuel Clingman Greene Scholarship Fund (1992).......................................................... $8,730.73 The Hammett Memorial Scholarship Fund of Buford St. UMC (2001)........................... $108,296.81 Frederick G. & Martha B. Harris Fund (1997)................................................................. $101,595.26 Gordon B. Helmers Professional Education Fund (1995)................................................ $81,327.65 Paul High American Legion Post 45 Baseball Scholarship Fund (2001)............................ $4,636.86 H. E. Hipp Memorial Scholarship Fund (1998)................................................................... $8,665.31 Charlie & Ellen Hodge Spartanburg High School Scholarship Fund (2003)....................... $6,527.39 Eva S. Hoffman Scholarship Fund (1990)........................................................................ $64,420.09 Dr. William L. Howell, III & Shirley M. Howell Scholarship Fund (2002)........................... $48,865.20 Charles H. Humphries, Jr. Scholarship Fund (1971)........................................................ $20,242.78 Gaffney High School Melissa Ann Huntley Memorial Scholarship Fund (2001)............... $12,412.07 Toy A. Hyder Memorial Scholarship Fund (2002)............................................................... $5,001.57 The Helen W. Hyett Memorial Scholarship Fund (2001).................................................... $3,276.86 Jane Hicks ASTRA Scholarship of Altrusa International of Spartanburg Fund (2005)..... $16,281.69 Benjamin O. & Mallie B. Johnson Legal Education Fund (1965).................................... $336,975.34 Kiwanis Educational Fund (1987)................................................................................... $140,858.79 James “Pee Wee” Lambert Scholarship Fund (1994).......................................................$11,400.85 H. Gene Lee Memorial Scholarship Fund (1999)............................................................. $13,223.88 Jack A. Linder, Sr. & Carolyn G. Linder Broome High Scholarship Fund (2002).............$118,282.90 The Cliff Malpass Memorial Scholarship Fund (2001)........................................................ $2,130.81 James Mancke Scholarship Fund (1994)......................................................................... $39,695.68 Shara Mason Memorial Scholarship Fund (2006).............................................................$11,383.66 Nancy Amelia Means Charitable Fund (1995)....................................................................... $150.66 Janna Miller Memorial Scholarship Fund (1999)................................................................ $2,997.91 Miss South Carolina Organization Scholarship Fund (2003).......................................... $169,225.61 Nancy M. Moore Memorial Scholarship Fund (1998)..................................................... $107,642.26 Katherine Marie Morgan Memorial Scholarship Fund (1999)............................................. $8,684.73 Daniel Morgan ROTC Fund (1989).................................................................................. $40,517.17 Music Club of Spartanburg Lynne Moore Salmon Scholarship Fund (1996)..................... $2,668.43 Music Club of Spartanburg Paul Calvert Thomas Pre-College Scholarship Fund (1990).............................................................................................. $13,458.32 The Music Club of Spartanburg (1986)............................................................................ $36,802.40 Doug Necker Memorial Scholarship Fund (2000)............................................................ $39,129.13 Alfred G. & Virginia R. New Memorial Scholarship Fund (1998)........................................... $171.75 Charles & Mary New Scholarship Fund (1990).................................................................. $5,006.24 Vendetta M. Nicholson Scholarship Fund (2000)..............................................................$16,278.11 The Oakbrook Preparatory School Scholarship Fund (2000)........................................ $138,755.91 Kay Killingsworth Parris Scholarship Fund (1988)........................................................... $28,434.28 The Stuart Harrison Price Memorial Scholarship Fund (2005)......................................... $24,487.06 M.D. Putnam Annual Scholarship Fund (2000)................................................................ $14,648.32 Harold D. Raeford Memorial Scholarship Fund (2003).................................................... $20,603.43 The Yvonne Ravan Memorial Scholarship (2004).............................................................. $8,623.57 H. Morgan Rogers & Anne W. Rogers Scholarship Fund (1996)..................................... $95,947.85 Emil Rusch Memorial Scholarship Fund (1999)............................................................... $20,496.22 SCCF Benjamin D. Snoddy Scholarship Fund (1999)...................................................... $13,040.83 34 • The Spartanburg County Foundation

SCCF Boyce Hensley Achievement Award Fund (1999).................................................... $8,739.92 SCCF Bruce Harris Memorial Scholarship Fund (1998)................................................... $13,385.99 SCCF Brazilian Friends Scholarship Fund (1992)............................................................ $15,277.37 SCCF Charles R. Sanders Scholarship (1993)................................................................ $13,477.76 SCCF Chris Duerksen Memorial Scholarship Fund (1996)...............................................$11,958.56 SCCF Debra Ann Kay Memorial Scholarship Fund (1995).............................................. $15,299.57 SCCF Foster & Ruth Gray Chapman Single Parent Achievement Award (2001)............. $55,845.53 SCCF HVAC Scholarship Fund (1992)............................................................................. $25,759.60 SCCF Helen Mazalin Office Systems Tech. Scholarship Fund (2000)............................... $4,001.29 SCCF Jack A. Powers Presidential Achievement Award Fund (1996)............................. $14,170.50 SCCF James P. Ledbetter, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund (1992).................................. $23,554.57 SCCF James Wood Memorial Fund (1992)..................................................................... $12,763.26 SCCF Joe R. & Joella F. Utley Endowment Fund (1995)................................................. $14,750.05 SCCF John Alden Squires Memorial Alumni Scholarship Fund (2000)............................ $13,521.78 SCCF John B. White Scholarship Fund (1992)................................................................ $15,250.02 SCCF John C. Johnson Memorial Scholarship (2004)..................................................... $17,145.35 SCCF John S. Featherston Memorial Scholarship Fund (1992)...................................... $39,363.42 SCCF Leroy Sellars Memorial Scholarship Fund (1999)...................................................$11,349.40 SCCF Mildred Harrison Dent Memorial Scholarship Fund (1998).................................... $26,734.24 SCCF Mu Alpha Theta Arts & Science Scholarship Fund (2001)....................................... $5,559.48 SCCF Piedmont Interstate Fair Horticultural Scholarship Fund (1997)............................ $13,697.59 SCCF Shirley M. Tillotson Memorial Scholarship Fund (1998)........................................ $13,792.80 SCCF Spartanburg Lions Club Scholarship for the Blind Fund (1997)............................ $20,880.49 SCCF Spartanburg County Medical Society Health Careers Scholarship Fund (2001).....$11,455.86 SCCF Todd Reynolds Memorial Scholarship Fund (1998)............................................... $12,832.81 SCCF Vic Bailey Ford ASSET Scholarship/Resource Fund (1997)................................. $12,257.64 SCCF Wil Myers Scholarship Fund (1990)....................................................................... $73,730.63 SCCF Workman Cantrell Memorial Culinary Arts Internship Endowment (2001)............. $19,571.46 SC School Plant Management Association Scholarship Fund (1999)................................ $5,206.13 Dr. & Mrs. B. T. Sears, Sr. Memorial Scholarship Fund (2003)........................................ $15,549.19 SEW-Eurodrive, Inc./Byrnes High School Athletic Scholarship Fund (2006)................... $10,052.00 The Eula Sherman Scholarship of Altrusa International of Spartanburg Fund (2001)...... $13,339.60 Small-Fry Scholarship Fund of Cherokee County (1997)................................................. $64,862.12 Ellen Hines Smith Girls’ Home Scholarship Fund (1998)................................................. $37,161.96 Frances Elizabeth Sitton Smith Memorial Nursing Scholarship Fund (2003)................... $53,661.15 The Jennifer Leigh Smith Memorial Swimming Scholarship Fund (1998)........................ $21,640.06 Dr. Gwendolyn M. Smith Scholarship Fund (2002)...........................................................$27,114.43 Clinton Richard Smith, Sr. Memorial Scholarship Fund (2003)........................................ $53,661.18 Spartanburg County Anonymous Scholarship Fund (1998)............................................. $63,082.68 Spartanburg County Clemson Club Scholarship Fund (1997)........................................... $6,782.84 Spartanburg County Dist. 5 Dietrich Gaston Memorial Scholarship Fund (1998).............. $3,507.60 Spartanburg County District Five Food Services Scholarship Fund (1997)..................... $39,335.82 Spartanburg County District Seven Orchestra Scholarship Fund (William R. Scott) (1997)............................................................................................... $20,462.23 Spartanburg County Livestock Producers’ Association General Fund (1997).................. $83,488.28 Spartanburg County Professional Legal Assistant Program Scholarship Fund (2000)...... $1,634.58 Spartanburg High School ACT/Ella Poats Scholarship Fund (1989)................................ $14,561.06 Spartanburg High School Alex Hopps, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund (1991)................ $16,047.91 Spartanburg High School Andrew Allen Scholarship Fund (1987)................................... $25,633.81 Spartanburg High School Business Education Scholarship Fund (2003).......................... $1,920.06 Spartanburg High School Chapter National Honor Society Scholarship (1994)............... $26,234.36 Spartanburg High School Chapter of the National Beta Club Scholarship Fund (1990)..... $16,384.84 Spartanburg High School Charles I. Blackburn Memorial Scholarship Fund (1990)........ $13,987.25 Spartanburg High School Class of ‘44 Scholarship Fund (1984)................................... $196,618.99 Spartanburg High School Class of ‘45 Scholarship Fund (1995)..................................... $20,813.08 Spartanburg High School Class of ‘46 Scholarship Fund (1995)..................................... $19,023.76 Spartanburg High School Class of ‘47 Scholarship Fund (1999)..................................... $19,459.36 Spartanburg High School Class of ‘48 Scholarship Fund (2000)..................................... $12,727.40 Spartanburg High School Class of ‘54 Scholarship Fund (1999)..................................... $17,926.87 Spartanburg High School Class of ‘60 Scholarship Fund (1995)....................................... $5,235.09 Spartanburg High School Class of ‘62 Scholarship Fund (1987)..................................... $19,981.94 Spartanburg High School Class of ‘65 Scholarship Fund (1996)..................................... $20,888.25 Spartanburg High School Class of ‘70 Scholarship Fund (1992)..................................... $13,172.77 Spartanburg High School Class of ‘71 Scholarship Fund (2001)....................................... $2,787.99 Spartanburg High School Class of ‘72 Scholarship Fund (2002)....................................... $4,203.73 Spartanburg High School Class of ‘75 Scholarship Fund (1995)....................................... $2,613.85 Spartanburg High School Erik Hudson Neely Memorial Scholarship Fund (2001).......... $10,602.29 Spartanburg High School General Scholarship Fund (2002)........................................... $20,847.60 Spartanburg High School Jack Lawrence, Sr. Scholarship Fund (1993).......................... $10,253.54


funds Spartanburg High School Jesse D. Workman Memorial Scholarship Fund (2003)............ $8,158.52 Spartanburg High School Joseph G. McCracken Valedictory Scholarship Fund (1991)..... $43,513.75 Spartanburg High School Joseph P. & Edna B. Clarke Memorial Music Scholarship Fund (1994).................................................................................................$5,811.31 Spartanburg High School McCracken Junior High Beta Club Scholarship Fund (1993).. $20,672.16 Spartanburg High School Michael Delton Holmes Memorial Scholarship Fund (1989)..... $6,890.85 Spartanburg High School Thomas L. Willis Scholarship Fund (1996)................................ $3,846.75 Spartanburg Rotary Club Scholarship Fund (1984)....................................................... $150,481.05 Walter Spry Memorial Scholarship Fund (1954)............................................................. $151,443.00 St. Paul United Methodist Church Youth Scholarship Fund (1995).................................... $7,646.56 Jerry D. Steadman Scholarship Fund (1995)................................................................... $12,537.69 The Bud Teaster Scholarship Fund (2001)......................................................................... $7,671.63 The Doris & Claude Tidwell Spartanburg High School Scholarship Fund (2002)..............$14,151.11 Cornelia Greer Walker Scholarship of the Union Music Club Fund (1997)...................... $15,885.56 Union-Laurens Commission for Higher Education Scholarship Fund (2001)................. $134,468.90 Clifford M. Walden & Stephen A. Walden Memorial Scholarship Fund (1998)................. $53,626.22 Billy G. Watson Scholarship Fund (2006)......................................................................... $10,961.19 Susan Y. West Memorial Art Scholarship Fund (2004)..................................................... $12,169.41 Ruby Hawkins West Memorial Scholarship Fund (2002)................................................. $12,265.62 The Melba J. Wheeler Memorial Scholarship Fund (1999).............................................. $26,779.51 Ada Gossett Williams Memorial Scholarship Fund (2003)................................................. $8,674.06 Zane Thomas Williams Memorial Scholarship Fund (2005)............................................. $10,335.85 Woodruff High School Athletic Alumni Assoc. Scholarship Fund (2000).......................... $17,222.39 Weldon Wyatt Scholarship Fund (1999).......................................................................... $34,812.27 YMCA Black Achievers Scholarship Fund (2001)............................................................... $4,209.64

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 that 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.

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 & Fred Oates Foundation, Inc. (1998) The Perrin Foundation (2000) Zimmerli Foundation, Inc. (1994)

General 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).................................................................... $140,554.27 Lucile M. Cart Cancer Fund (1961)................................................................................ $275,926.32 A.K. & Lois H. Caughman Fund (1992)............................................................................ $58,685.93 Georgia Cleveland Memorial Fund (1986)..................................................................... $226,283.51 Stanley W. Converse Fund (1972)..................................................................................$113,314.64 Frank Harrison Cunningham Fund (1989)........................................................................ $62,597.37 Erwin N. Darrin Fund (1962)............................................................................................. $83,918.15 William B. & Mary D. Ferguson Fund (1986).................................................................. $267,352.88 Founder’s Fund (1993)......................................................................................................$57,115.54 Alma M. & T. R. Garrison Fund (1992)........................................................................ $1,623,037.88 Greenewald Family Fund (1990)...................................................................................... $68,708.65 Leland L. & Nell B. Larrabee Fund (1977)...................................................................... $146,735.38 Fred Nash Fund (1976)...................................................................................................$116,585.04 Olney Education Fund (1979)......................................................................................... $455,897.18 Virginia U. Russell Fund (1971)........................................................................................ $61,414.69 Arthur Frederick Willis Childrens Fund (1973).................................................................. $19,442.61

Please visit our website (www.spcf.org) and click on grant guidelines for complete instructions and information on the letter of inquiry process, or call The Spartanburg County Foundation office at (864) 582-0138 for more information.

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grants 2006 Grants from the General Fund: Unrestricted and Field of Interest Funds Arts & Culture

Hub City Writers Project Inc. — Tickets for Nonprofit Organizations to The Dixie Hummingbirds Concert............................... $500

Community Services

$500

Ben Avon United Methodist Church — Glendale Community Outdoor Learning Center and Leadership School: Property & Title Search ..................................... $1,500 Business Needs and Success Indicators Survey Fund — Business Needs and Success Indicators Survey................................................................ $1,000 Central Carolina Community Foundation — Community Foundation Alliance of South Carolina ................................................................................................................ $3,000 City of Spartanburg — 2006 Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration.......................................... $1,000 Spartanburg Community Gospel Fest 2006........................................................................... $500 Hampton Heights Neighborhood Association — Hampton Heights Historical Marker...... $1,500 Leadership Spartanburg 2005-2006 Marysville School Fund — Leadership Spartanburg Class of 2005-06 Class Project - Marysville School..................... $1,500 Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce — Building Our Future Speaker Series.......... $1,500 Spartanburg County School District Four — Bridge Support Funds.............................. $15,000 Spartanburg Rotary Club — Spartanburg Rotary Club Scholarship - Literacy Project....... $1,000 Spartanburg Young Professionals (SYP) General Fund — Spartanburg Young Professionals - Website....................................................................... $1,500 Mary L. Thomas Award for Civic Leadership and Community Change Fund — Mary L. Thomas Award for Civic Leadership and Community Change Fund ................... $42,714 Mary L. Thomas Award for Civic Leadership and Community Change Fund.....................$11,942 Westside Neighborhood Association Fund — Westside Neighborhood Association Fund.......................................................................... $5,000

Education

$43,767

H.A.L.T.E.R. — Phase II of the H.A.L.T.E.R. Moving Toward a Larger Community Impact Project . ................................................................................................ $5,000 SC Department of Health & Environmental Control — Summit to Promote Drug-Free Mothers and Babies............................................................ $1,500 SC Foundation for Disabled Athletes — 2006 World Goalball Championships................ $5,000 Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System Foundation — The Regional Hospice Home Capital Campaign............................................................... $48,000 St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic, Inc. — Test Strips for 50 Diabetic Patients...................... $10,000

Historic Preservation

$12,500

Olney Scholarships — Spartanburg County Students.......................................................... $2,500 Spartanburg County Foundation Scholarships — Spartanburg County Scholars........... $99,281 Barnet Scholarships — Pass Through Grants.................................................................... $6,750

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$128,139 Total Grants from the General Fund: Unrestricted and Field of Interest Funds.................................$451,593

2006 Grants from Component Funds and Donor Advised Funds Arts Partnership of Greater Spartanburg, Inc...................................................................... $670,561 Ballet Spartanburg, Inc............................................................................................................... $500 Brevard Music Center................................................................................................................. $750 Carolina Foothills Artisan Center................................................................................................ $500 Converse College.................................................................................................................... $1,396 Cuttyhunk Cultural Council...................................................................................................... $1,000 The ETV Endowment of SC, Inc................................................................................................. $450 S.C. Federation of Music Clubs.................................................................................................. $300 Hub City Writers Project Inc.................................................................................................. $14,500 Hub City Writer’s Project Fund................................................................................................... $500 Music Foundation of Spartanburg, Inc....................................................................................$11,585 Newberry Opera House Foundation........................................................................................... $100 South Carolina Watercolor Society............................................................................................ $300 Spartanburg Community Band Inc............................................................................................. $200 Spartanburg County Museum of Art...................................................................................... $25,700 Spartanburg High School........................................................................................................ $4,500 Spartanburg’s Music Trail Fund............................................................................................... $1,000 The Spartanburg Little Theatre................................................................................................... $500

$69,500 Community Services

South Carolina Nature Conservancy — The Nature Conservancy Oyster Roast................. $500 The Spartanburg Area Conservancy — Land Protection Coordinator............................. $12,000

Scholarships

Animal Allies, Inc. — Medical Supplies: Animal Allies Spay/Neuter Clinic ......................... $7,300 Asheville VA Canteen — Veterans Gifts................................................................................. $180 Augusta VA Medical Center — Veterans Gifts......................................................................... $45 Bethlehem Center — Community Thanksgiving Service Matching Funds.......................... $5,000 Pass Through Grant............................................................................................................. $8,854 Richard M Campbell Veterans Nursing Home — Veterans Gifts......................................... $585 Central United Methodist Church — Community Thanksgiving Reception........................ $1,000 Clemson University — Clemson Compassionate Project................................................. $50,000 Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn Veterans’ — Veterans Gifts.......................................................... $675 Mobile Meals of Spartanburg, Inc. — Meals on Wheels Annual Conference..................... $1,500 The Salvation Army — The Salvation Army “Toast of the Town”............................................ $500 Senior Centers of Spartanburg, Inc. — Audio-Visual Equipment at the Senior Life & Wellness Club at Archibald Rutledge ..................................................................... $10,000 Spartanburg Boys’ Home — Development of a Strategic Plan........................................... $2,500 Spartanburg Children Shelter, Inc. — The Anchor House Cottage.................................. $15,000 Spartanburg Housing Development Corp. — Develop and Reproduce Marketing Materials............................................................................................................. $4,000 United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. — Retired and Senior Volunteer Program for Spartanburg County....................................................................................................... $6,000 The Urban League of the Upstate — Spartanburg Individual Account: Year 1................. $15,000

Arts & Culture $88,656 American Guild of Organists, Spartanburg Chapter................................................................... $325

Clemson University — Pass Through..................................................................................... $500 The ETV Endowment of SC, Inc. — ETV Road Show........................................................ $2,500 Benjamin E. Mays Alumni Association — Benjamin E. Mays Alumni Association............ $3,750 SOAR Academy — SOAR Academy Multi-Sensory Room................................................ $14,957 Spartanburg County Public Libraries — Boiling Springs Library Expansion................... $15,000 Spartanburg County School District Five — Raising Corne Program.............................. $6,560 Spartanburg Methodist College — Phyllis Buchheit Board Room........................................ $500

Health

Social Services

$108,531

$734,667

Adult Learning Center, Inc....................................................................................................... $3,086 The Advent Foundation................................................................................................................ $50 Arcadia Masonic Lodge........................................................................................................... $4,000 Bethany Baptist Church......................................................................................................... $26,709 Bible Study Fellowship............................................................................................................... $200 Brookgreen Gardens.................................................................................................................. $500 Central United Methodist Church............................................................................................ $8,500 Child Evangelism Fellowship, Inc.......................................................................................... $10,000 Christ School, Inc....................................................................................................................... $100 Christ- St. Paul’s Episcopal Church............................................................................................ $100 South Carolina Christian Action Council, Inc.............................................................................. $100 City of Spartanburg................................................................................................................ $33,407


grants Coalition for Buzzards Bay, Inc................................................................................................... $100 Community Foundation of Greater Greenville............................................................................ $100 Covenant Presbyterian Church............................................................................................... $5,800 Cowpens First Baptist Church................................................................................................. $1,000 Cross Anchor Ruritan Club...................................................................................................... $1,000 Environmental and Conservation Organization of Henderson County....................................... $100 Environmental Defense Incorporated..........................................................................................$711 Episcopal Church of the Advent............................................................................................ $43,206 Fairforest Baptist Church............................................................................................................ $500 First Baptist Church of Cowpens........................................................................................... $27,317 First Baptist Church of Spartanburg...................................................................................... $19,000 First Presbyterian Church.................................................................................................... $391,271 Friends of the Spartanburg Co. Library, Inc................................................................................ $125 Glenn Springs Presbyterian Church........................................................................................... $500 Grace United Methodist Church............................................................................................ $35,000 Gramling United Methodist Church......................................................................................... $1,000 Greater Spartanburg Ministries, Inc............................................................................................ $500 Greenwood Rotary Club............................................................................................................. $100 The Group of 100, Inc.............................................................................................................. $5,000 Habitat for Humanity of Spartanburg, Inc................................................................................... $550 Hatcher Garden & Woodland Preserve General Real Property Fund................................. $449,174 Hatcher Garden and Woodland Preserve Fund...................................................................$311,463 Hatcher Garden and Woodland Preserve, Inc..................................................................... $284,500 Holston Conference United Methodist Church Foundation..................................................... $1,000 Hub City Writers Project Inc.................................................................................................. $59,000 Interfaith Alliance Foundation..................................................................................................... $100 Junior League of Spartanburg............................................................................................... $34,000 Kiwanis Club of Spartanburg...................................................................................................... $500 Lake Summit Foundation......................................................................................................... $1,350 Leadership Spartanburg Alumni Association Fund.................................................................. $2,500 Main Street United Methodist Church...................................................................................... $2,000 McCormick Rotary Club Foundation, Inc................................................................................. $2,000 Middle Tyger Community Center............................................................................................. $3,000 Morningside Baptist Church.................................................................................................... $3,000 Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc.................................................................................... $100 Nazareth Presbyterian Church.............................................................................................. $31,680 New Day Baptist Church of Spartanburg.................................................................................... $361 New Hope Baptist Church....................................................................................................... $6,280 The Noble Tree Foundation.org............................................................................................... $4,050 North Carolina Community Foundation, Inc............................................................................ $3,600 Oakwood Cemetery Perpetual Care Fund.............................................................................. $1,000 The PACE Foundation........................................................................................................... $33,152 Palmetto Conservation Foundation............................................................................................ $500 Palmetto Moravian Fellowship.................................................................................................... $200 Presbyterian College.................................................................................................................... $50 A Spot of Pride Beautification Fund......................................................................................... $5,000 Rotary Foundation...................................................................................................................... $100 Second Presbyterian Church................................................................................................. $10,000 Sherwood Circle Beautification Fund.................................................................................... $18,178 Silver Hill Memorial United Methodist Church....................................................................... $10,150 South Carolina Bar Foundation, Inc........................................................................................ $1,000 South Carolina Nature Conservancy....................................................................................... $2,000 Southern Poverty Law Center, Inc.............................................................................................. $500 Spartanburg American Legion Post 28.................................................................................... $4,271 Spartanburg Animal Welfare League....................................................................................... $4,609 Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce............................................................................ $28,871 Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce Special Fund........................................................ $1,342 The Spartanburg Area Conservancy....................................................................................... $5,402 Spartanburg Christian Community Foundation....................................................................... $5,000 Spartanburg County.............................................................................................................. $91,856 The Spartanburg County Foundation General Fund............................................................. $21,834 Spartanburg Housing Authority................................................................................................ $9,000 Spartanburg Housing Development Corp..................................................................................... $50 Spartanburg County Public Libraries..................................................................................... $14,500 Spartanburg Housing Authority.............................................................................................. $41,054 Spartanburg Housing Development Corp................................................................................ $1,000 Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System Foundation........................................................... $7,250 St. Benedict’s: Calvary and Epiphany Churches..................................................................... $1,600

St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church............................................................................................ $967 St. John In the Wilderness Church.......................................................................................... $1,000 St. Matthew United Methodist Church..................................................................................... $2,900 St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church.............................................................................................. $1,000 Strengthening Voices--Grassroots Leadership Development Fund........................................ $9,074 Temple of Israel....................................................................................................................... $1,325 The Community Foundation of Western North Carolina.......................................................... $5,000 Mary L. Thomas Award for Civic Leadership and Community Change Fund.......................... $6,850 The Church of the Cross............................................................................................................ $100 The Town of Rutherfordton...................................................................................................... $7,000 Third Church of Christ, Scientist.............................................................................................. $1,750 The Union Community Foundation.......................................................................................... $1,000 United Way of the Piedmont, Inc........................................................................................... $59,018 Upstate Forever....................................................................................................................... $2,304 Westminster Presbyterian Church....................................................................................... $100,000 Westside Neighborhood Association....................................................................................... $2,500 Wilderness Society..................................................................................................................... $500 South Carolina Wildlife Federation............................................................................................. $100 YMCA of Greater Spartanburg................................................................................................ $2,573

Education

$2,343,720

Adult Learning Center, Inc....................................................................................................... $8,250 The Albany Academy.................................................................................................................. $500 Boiling Springs High School.................................................................................................... $1,613 Brevard Music Center................................................................................................................. $100 Carolina Piedmont Foundation/USC Upstate.......................................................................... $7,500 The Carter Center, Inc................................................................................................................ $400 The Charles Lea Center Foundation, Inc................................................................................ $4,893 The Citadel................................................................................................................................. $150 Citizen Scholar Program Fund...............................................................................................$42,110 Citizens for a Better Tomorrow - School District #3 Fund........................................................ $8,481 Clemson University.................................................................................................................. $1,000 Colorado Christian University.................................................................................................. $1,000 Columbia Theological Seminary.............................................................................................. $1,200 Common Cause of South Carolina Educational Foundation.......................................................$711 Converse College...................................................................................................................$63,111 Emory University..................................................................................................................... $5,000 The ETV Endowment of SC, Inc.............................................................................................. $2,371 Furman University................................................................................................................... $2,700 Highlands Community Child Development Center (HCCDC).................................................. $5,000 Linville Foundation...................................................................................................................... $500 Mary Baldwin College................................................................................................................. $200 The Noble Tree Foundation.org.................................................................................................. $200 Presbyterian College............................................................................................................. $28,768 Rhodes College.......................................................................................................................... $200 Saint Leo University................................................................................................................. $1,500 Salem College & Academy...................................................................................................... $3,500 Savannah Country Day School, Inc............................................................................................ $250 The Small-Fry Scholarship Fund . .......................................................................................... $2,000 Southern Poverty Law Center, Inc.............................................................................................. $150 Spartanburg Community College Foundation..................................................................... $247,473 Spartanburg County Anonymous Scholarship Fund................................................................ $1,000 Spartanburg County School District Five................................................................................. $2,000 Spartanburg County School District Three.............................................................................. $3,030 Spartanburg Day School....................................................................................................... $72,607 Spartanburg High School........................................................................................................... $800 Spartanburg Methodist College............................................................................................. $25,610 Spartanburg Science Center................................................................................................... $1,000 SCCF Unrestricted Fund......................................................................................................... $5,023 SCCF Vic Bailey Ford ASSET Scholarship/Reshource Fund.................................................. $1,977 TCTC Foundation.................................................................................................................... $2,500 Teen Straight Talk, SSC........................................................................................................... $2,000 Union/Laurens Commission for Higher Education................................................................... $3,100 USC Union............................................................................................................................... $3,100 USC Upstate............................................................................................................................ $1,000 Owen School, Vanderbilt University............................................................................................. $50 The Walker Foundation......................................................................................................... $86,183 2006 Annual Report • 37


grants Washington & Lee University..................................................................................................... $250 Winthrop University................................................................................................................. $2,050 Wofford College..................................................................................................................... $45,172 Woodward Academy................................................................................................................ $1,500

Scholarships

Anderson University................................................................................................................ $5,100 Appalachian State University................................................................................................... $2,000 Buford Street United Methodist Church..................................................................................$11,890 $700,783 The Ben Burfete and Workman Cantrell Memorial Scholarship Fund........................................ $250 Carolina Piedmont Foundation/USC Upstate.......................................................................... $1,500 Health Charleston Southern University.................................................................................................. $500 Alzheimer’s Association.............................................................................................................. $200 The Citadel.............................................................................................................................. $3,000 American Cancer Society: South Atlantic Division..................................................................... $100 Claflin University...................................................................................................................... $1,500 American Red Cross - Piedmont Chapter............................................................................... $2,200 Clemson University................................................................................................................ $39,350 Breast Cancer 3-day Bank......................................................................................................... $250 Coastal Carolina University........................................................................................................ $600 Cancer Association of Spartanburg & Cherokee Counties, Inc.................................................. $250 College of Charleston.............................................................................................................. $2,600 Colorectal Cancer Coalition..................................................................................................... $1,000 College of William and Mary.................................................................................................. $14,000 Doctors Without Borders, USA, Inc............................................................................................ $100 Converse College.................................................................................................................. $27,630 Greenville Hospital Systems.................................................................................................... $1,200 Davidson College....................................................................................................................... $500 Highlands-Cashiers Hospital Foundation, Inc......................................................................... $7,500 Duke University....................................................................................................................... $2,000 Lahey Clinic, Inc......................................................................................................................... $100 Erskine College....................................................................................................................... $2,200 Mary Black Memorial Hospital Auxilary................................................................................... $3,000 Furman University................................................................................................................. $15,524 Mental Health Association of the Piedmont, Inc.................................................................... $18,000 Georgia Institute of Technology.............................................................................................. $5,000 New Day, Inc of Spartanburg...................................................................................................... $600 Greenville Technical College................................................................................................... $2,500 Orthopaedic Research Foundation of the Carolinas........................................................... $261,500 Howard University, Inc............................................................................................................. $1,000 Pardee Hospital Foundation....................................................................................................... $500 Lander University..................................................................................................................... $3,400 Piedmont Care, Inc..................................................................................................................... $250 Limestone College................................................................................................................... $5,350 Portsbridge Hospice................................................................................................................... $100 Louisiana State University.......................................................................................................... $500 Caroline Virginia Pulliam Mitochondrial Special Fund............................................................. $3,500 Marshall University.................................................................................................................. $2,500 Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System Foundation......................................................... $62,250 Meredith College..................................................................................................................... $2,625 Spartanburg Regional Hospice................................................................................................ $9,650 Mississippi State University........................................................................................................ $500 St. Francis Foundation............................................................................................................... $400 Mount Holyoke College........................................................................................................... $4,000 St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital....................................................................................... $250 North Carolina State University.................................................................................................. $600 St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic, Inc.......................................................................................... $4,300 North Greenville College......................................................................................................... $9,350 Union County Health Care Foundation, Inc............................................................................. $1,000 Oglethorpe University.............................................................................................................. $1,000 United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation Inc....................................................................... $20,000 Ohio University........................................................................................................................ $3,000 $398,200 Pensacola Christian College Summer Music Academy.............................................................. $200 Pikeville College......................................................................................................................... $100 Historic Preservation Presbyterian College............................................................................................................... $4,500 Cross Anchor Yarborough Chapel United Methodist Church..................................................... $750 Reformed Theological Seminary................................................................................................ $945 Cuttyhunk Historical Society....................................................................................................... $200 Rhodes College.......................................................................................................................... $500 Huguenot Society of South Carolina.......................................................................................... $500 Samford University..................................................................................................................... $500 Landrum Cemetery Perpetual Care Association..................................................................... $5,000 Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic.................................................................................. $500 National Trust for Historic Preservation.......................................................................................$711 South Carolina State University............................................................................................... $2,100 The Oakdale Cemetery Company.............................................................................................. $400 Spartanburg Community College Foundation....................................................................... $19,235 Oakwood Cemetery Perpetual Care Association.................................................................. $33,600 Spartanburg County School District Six..................................................................................... $225 Palmetto Trust for Historic Preservation.................................................................................. $1,000 Spartanburg High School Erik Hudson Neely Memorial Scholarship Fund............................. $7,000 Price House Endowment Fund.............................................................................................. $12,000 Spartanburg Methodist College............................................................................................. $16,650 Regional Museum of History Decorative Arts Endowment Fund............................................. $1,000 St. Andrews Presbyterian College........................................................................................... $1,000 Rutherfordton Town Revitalization, Inc.................................................................................... $5,000 University of Tennessee.......................................................................................................... $1,000 The South Carolina Historical Society..................................................................................... $1,600 Tri County Technical College................................................................................................... $1,700 Spartanburg County Historical Association, Inc..................................................................... $18,450 Trinity University......................................................................................................................... $700 Union County Historical Society of Union SC...................................................................... $100,000 UNC Greensboro..................................................................................................................... $4,000 $180,211 University of LaVerne.............................................................................................................. $6,361 University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill................................................................................ $4,000 Recreation & Youth Boy Scout Troop 1................................................................................................................... $7,500 University of South Carolina.................................................................................................. $52,271 Boys and Girls Club of the Upstate......................................................................................... $4,300 USC Upstate.......................................................................................................................... $30,356 H.W. Close and Marshall Chapman Boy Scout Endowment Fund.......................................... $2,000 Vanderbilt University................................................................................................................ $2,500 First Tee of Spartanburg, Inc...................................................................................................... $250 Wake Forest University........................................................................................................... $1,500 Junior Achievement of Spartanburg, Inc.................................................................................$11,791 Watkins College.......................................................................................................................... $500 National Youth Leadership Forum Inc..................................................................................... $1,000 West Virginia State University................................................................................................. $4,100 Palmetto Council Boy Scouts of America.............................................................................. $61,849 Wingate College......................................................................................................................... $100 Palmetto Council Camp Maintenance Fund............................................................................ $5,000 Winthrop University................................................................................................................. $5,225 Piedmont Area Girl Scout Council, Inc.................................................................................... $7,350 Wofford College..................................................................................................................... $77,692 Spartanburg American Legion Post 28.................................................................................. $33,423 Yale University......................................................................................................................... $3,500 Troop 1 Legacy Foundation General Fund................................................................................. $886 $420,429 United States Olympic Committee................................................................................................ $25 YMCA of Greater Spartanburg.............................................................................................. $28,200 Young Life of Spartanburg....................................................................................................... $5,000 Youth Sports Bureau, U.S.A.................................................................................................... $3,800

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$175,374


grants Social Services

Alston Wilkes Society................................................................................................................. $200 American Red Cross - Piedmont Chapter.................................................................................. $500 Amnesty International USA......................................................................................................... $250 Bethlehem Center....................................................................................................................... $300 Bread for the World Institute....................................................................................................... $500 Carolina Pregnancy Center..................................................................................................... $1,000 Children’s Advocacy Center of Spartanburg General Fund..................................................... $2,500 The Children’s Advocacy Center of Spartanburg, Inc................................................................. $100 Children’s Chance................................................................................................................... $2,000 South Carolina Christian Action Council, Inc.............................................................................. $100 Cross Anchor Ruritan Club...................................................................................................... $3,700 Cross Keys House and Property Maintenance Affiliate Fund................................................ $50,000 Cuttyhunk Yacht Club, Inc....................................................................................................... $1,500 Ethel Chase Davis Perception Court Fund................................................................................. $299 The Ellen Hines Smith Girls Home............................................................................................. $600 Episcopal Church Home for Children......................................................................................... $200 Epworth Childrens Home......................................................................................................... $3,000 Family Care Council of Spartanburg, Inc................................................................................. $8,650 FENCE.................................................................................................................................... $4,169 Friends of Sptbg. Co. Guardian Ad Litem.............................................................................. $10,000 Goodfellows, Inc........................................................................................................................... $50 The Graffiti Foundation............................................................................................................... $250 Greater Spartanburg Ministries, Inc.,..................................................................................... $12,800 Greenville Chautaugua Society.................................................................................................. $100 H.A.L.T.E.R.............................................................................................................................. $1,000 The Haven, Inc........................................................................................................................ $2,750 Healing Heart........................................................................................................................... $2,500

Homeless Children International, Inc....................................................................................... $1,000 Leland L. and Nell B. Larrabee Endowment of The Charles Lea Center Fund....................... $3,680 Brian Lawrence Memorial Fund............................................................................................... $2,716 Middle Tyger Community Center............................................................................................. $2,500 Mobile Meal Service of Spartanburg, Inc............................................................................... $34,806 New Day, Inc. of Spartanburg..................................................................................................... $300 Oxfam America, Inc.................................................................................................................... $100 Piedmont Interstate Fair Association.......................................................................................... $500 Public Citizen Foundation, Inc.....................................................................................................$711 Riverbanks Zoological Parks Society..........................................................................................$711 Safe Homes - Rape Crisis Coalition........................................................................................ $1,100 The Salvation Army................................................................................................................. $5,620 Senior Centers of Spartanburg, Inc......................................................................................... $1,933 The Shepherd’s Center of Spartanburg, SC, Inc. . ............................................................... $10,100 South Carolina Gamma Foundation........................................................................................ $2,000 Southside Unity in the Community............................................................................................. $300 Spartanburg Animal Welfare League..................................................................................... $23,409 Spartanburg Children Shelter, Inc......................................................................................... $27,150 Spartanburg Interfaith Hospitality Network.............................................................................. $2,700 Spartanburg Terrace Tenants Association............................................................................... $2,500 TOTAL Ministries................................................................................................................... $21,050 Upstate Homeless Coalition.................................................................................................. $17,800 Alicia Webb.............................................................................................................................. $6,700

$278,404

Total ............................................................................$5,231,788

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 2006 Barbara Tiller Barragan • James Franklin Bridwell • James Campbell Katherine Parris Caston • Martha Cooley Dorman • Texie H. Dye Charles Wesley Goodwin • James Arthur Guy, Sr. • Grace M. Hames Robert L. Handell • Wallace B. Henderson • Carolyn Leonard Law Alia Josephine Ross Lawson • Catherine Stever Kenney • Bessie Bishop Owens Tommy L. Reid • Terry Lee Spivey • Johnny Walter Weathers • Mary Chase Wolfe

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gifts American Legion Building Spartanburg County General Fund SC Office of State Treasurer Spartanburg American Legion Post 28 Amos & Babs Memorial Fund Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Atkins Mr. & Mrs. Glen B. Boggs, II Ms. Kathryn Galloway Mr. William B. Holt The Anderson Mill Historical Fund The Balmer Foundation, Inc. Animal Allies, Inc. of Spartanburg County General Fund The Balmer Foundation, Inc. Marion L. Arnett, Jr. & Mary C. Arnett Family Fund Dr. & Mrs. Lee Arnett, Jr. Back Country Revolutionary Heritage Project Fund Dr. & Mrs. George D. Fields, Jr. Balmer Foundation, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Hans Balmer Tom & Joan Barnet Fund Mr. & Mrs. Thomas G. Barnet Mr. Thomas G. Barnet Eleanor G. Barnet Oppenheimer Fund The Barre-James Fund Mr. & Mrs. Billy Hough Ms. Teresa S. Hough Kent A. Beeson Memorial Scholarship Beeson Investments Mr. & Mrs. Michael D. Henthorn Book of Memory Fund Dr. & Mrs. James S. Barrett Mr. & Mrs. J. M. Carlisle, Jr. Mr. Frederick B. Dent, Jr. Mr. Frederick B. Dent, Sr. Dr. & Mrs. G. B. Hodge Ms. Susan Adams Hodge R.E. Gray Plumbing Co., Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Robert Shelor, Jr. Spartanburg Civitan Club Boys & Girls Clubs General Endowment Fund Boys & Girls Club of Metro Spartanburg Lucien & Evelyn Brailsford Donor Advised Fund Dr. & Mrs. Lucien E. Brailsford Bramlett Family Fund Dr. Charner W. Bramlett Dennis L. Bruce Author Series Special Fund Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Bruce The Ben Burfete & Workman Cantrell Memorial Scholarship Fund Donald C. Johnston, Jr. & Ann M. Johnston Family Donor Advised Fund Dr. & Mrs. James Spencer United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. Mrs. Deirdre Workman

Business Needs & Success Indicators Survey (BNSIS) Fund Barnet Development Corp. BellSouth BMW Manufacturing Corp. County of Spartanburg Milliken & Company Piedmont Natural Gas Company, Inc. JM Smith Corporation The Spartanburg County Foundation General Fund Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. J.F Byrnes High School Coca-Cola Scholarship Fund James F. Byrnes High School Calvary Episcopal Church Cemetery Fund St. Benedict’s: Calvary & Epiphany Churches Jule K. & DeArmond E. Canaday Donor Fund Rev. & Mrs. DeArmond E. Canaday William Z. & Joy S. Cannon Family Fund Mr. & Mrs. William Z. Cannon Cannons Campground Ruritan Club Scholarship Fund Cannons Campground Ruritan Club Mr. & Mrs. Danny T. Phillips Robert M. Carlisle Memorial Scholarship Fund Ms. Elizabeth Avery Beeson Carolina Piedmont Foundation, Inc. General Fund Mrs. Paula B. Baker Carolina Piedmont Foundation, Inc. B. Frank Carruth Landrum Community Memorial Fund The Estate of Nell B. Carrouth Lucile M. Cart Cancer Fund The Cart Foundation Mr. Ben Cart Ben M. Cart & Ella M. Cart Child Abuse Fund Mr. Ben 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 The Chapman Family Fund Anonymous Donor Anonymous Donor

Chapman High School General Fund District One Schools of Spartanburg County Bobby Chapman Junior Golf Foundation Fund AAA Supply, Inc. Mr. F. Blake Allen The Arkwright Foundation Barnet Development Corp. BB&T of South Carolina Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrie Berline Blue Ridge Log Cabins, LLC BMW Manufacturing Co., LLC Bradshaw Investments, Inc.

40 • The Spartanburg County Foundation

Mr. Dan C. Breeden, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Walter Brice, III Mr. & Mrs. Grant Calhoun Mr. & Mrs. Douglas M. Cecil Champion Investment Corporation Mr. Robert H. Chapman, III Mr. & Mrs. Norman H. Chapman Mr. John Chapman Mrs. Harrison S. Chapman Mr. & Mrs. J. Derham Cole Colonial Asset Management, Inc. Committee to Elect Doug Smith to the South Carolina House Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Conner Contec, Inc. Converse & Company, Inc. Copac Mr. & Mrs. Bruce G. Cowley Creek Club, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. E. Patrick Crowley Mr. F. Michael Crowley CWS Insurance Diversco, Inc. Drayton Enterprises, Inc. Dr. John F. Dunbar, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. William J. Duncan Mr. & Mrs. John L. Easterling, III Mr. & Mrs. W. Carrington Edmunds Mr. T. Alexander Evins Mr. Ronald M. Fields, Jr. First Citizens Bank First National Bank of Spartanburg Mr. & Mrs. Samuel J. Galloway, Jr. Gibbs International, Inc. Golf Land & Development, Inc. Griffin Gear, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Roger Habisreutinger Mr. & Mrs. Charles F. Hamrick Mr. W. Carlisle Hamrick Mr. Henry P. Hargrove Mr. Robert A. Harley Harrison, White, Smith & Coggins, P.C. Health Care Corporation Higginbotham & Nease Orthodontics, PA Mr. & Mrs. Anthony W. Hill, Jr. Hodge Carpets, Inc. Robert M. Holland, P.A. Ms. Gwendolyn T. Howell Mr. Joseph Willis Hudson Dr. & Mrs. David G. Ike Mr. & Mrs. Michael H. Jackson Ms. Brenda M. James Mr. & Mrs. George Dean Johnson, Jr. Mr. Donald C. Johnston, Jr. Lancaster Distributing Company Leigh Fibers, Inc. Dr. Walt R. Leonard Mr. & Mrs. C. Randolph Mahaffey, Jr. Mahon & Ryan Investment McAbee, Talbert, Halliday & Co. Mr. James L. McCredie McMillan Smith & Partners Architects, PLLC Metromont Corporation Mr. E. Lewis Miller, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert U. Miller Ms. Dana M. Moore NBSC Mr. & Mrs. W. C. Neal The Palmetto Bank


gifts Palmetto Eye & Laser Center, LLC Mr. & Mrs. Mack H. Pettit Mr. & Mrs. L. Perrin Powell R J A Inc. / The Anderson Group Re/Max Realty Associates The Roundtree Group, Inc. Mr. James W. Shaw, P.A. Mr. Jon E. Shuler Mr. & Mrs. Darwin H. Simpson JM Smith Corporation Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce Still & Company, Inc. Stone Lighting Dr. & Mrs. James R. Story Mr. George C. Todd, Jr. Foster Towson & Co. Inc. Wachovia Securities, LLC Wachovia Wealth Management Wade’s Restaurant, Inc. W. Lewis White Company, Inc. David G. White, Esq. Wilkes Law Firm, P.A. Mr. & Mrs. William G. Willard, III Mr. W.W. Willard, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Ben S. Willard Young Office Mr. & Mrs. William O. Young

Charles Lea Center Foundation General Fund The Charles Lea Center Foundation, Inc. Children’s Advocacy Center of Sptbg. General Fund Mrs. Barrett F. Bain Ben M. Cart & Ella M. Cart Child Abuse Fund Ms. Dateria C. Johnson Christmas in Action Spartanburg General Fund Christmas in April-Spartanburg Chapter Citizen Scholar Program Fund Mr. & Mrs. Ed Allen Larin & Jo Anne Anderson Ms. Dianne P. Ansley Dr. & Mrs. Lee Arnett, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Stanley W. Baker Mr. & Mrs. Hans Balmer Bank of America The Barnet Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Henry Barnet, III Mr. & Mrs. Thomas G. Barnet Mr. Thomas G. Barnet Mr. & Mrs. H. Walter Barre, II Ms. Laura Bauknight Mr. & Mrs. David M. Beacham Mr. & Mrs. Clinch H. Belser, Jr. The Benevolent Foundation Mr. George A. Bernhardt, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. P. Clarke Blackman Mr. & Mrs. H. Leland Bomar Ms. Betty H. Boone Judy Bradshaw Children’s Foundation Mr. & Mrs. George Brandt, III Mr. & Mrs. Robert Breitweiser, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. H. David Britt Mr. & Mrs. Harold M. Cannon Carolina Piedmont Foundation, Inc. Ms. Marion Rivers Cato

Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Chapman, III Mrs. Elizabeth S. Chapman Mr. & Mrs. Timothy L. Cleveland Mr. & Mrs. Randall N. Conway Mr. & Mrs. Michael S. Corbin Mr. & Mrs. E. Dixon Crenshaw, Jr. Mrs. Elton Crenshaw Mrs. Nancy Rainey Crowley Ms. Roccorol R. Curry Mr. & Mrs. John H. Dargan Mr. & Mrs. Frederick B. Dent, Jr. Dixon Hughes Mr. & Mrs. Raymond A. Dunleavy, III Mr. & Mrs. Stewart W. Elliott Ellis-Lehner Donor Advised Fund Episcopal Church of the Advent The ETV Endowment of SC, Inc. Extended Stay Hotels Mary D. & William B. Ferguson Memorial Family Fund Mrs. J. Robert Freeman, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Paul Fulton The Gibbs Charitable Foundation Gifford Family Foundation Global Impact Mr. & Mrs. Ben Gramling, III Mr. & Mrs. Albert F. Grandy Mr. & Mrs. J. Thomas Grier Mr. & Mrs. Joel R. Griffin, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Robert J. Haas Mr. & Mrs. Roger Habisreutinger John A. Harrill, Jr. & Lou Ann F. Harrill Family Donor Advised Fund Ms. Eaddy Williams Hayes Mr. & Mrs. Fred Herren Ms. Nancy Holmes Jeffrey A. Horton Ins. & Investments Mr. & Mrs. Billy Hough Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Hughes Mr. J. H. Hutcheson Dr. & Mrs. David G. Ike Inman-Riverdale Foundation Mr. & Mrs. George L. Johnson, Jr. Donald C. Johnston, Jr. & Ann M. Johnston Family Donor Advised Fund Joint Concert Fund Ms. Kristina L. Keith Leigh Fibers, Inc. Mr. Harry M. Lightsey, III Mr. Bruce Littlejohn Mr. J. Wofford Locke Mr. & Mrs. William J. Lowndes, III Mr. & Mrs. Robert Lyon Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. May Ms. Carolyn H. McCall Michelin North America, Inc. Betty Ann Moore Charitable Donor Advised Fund Ms. Darla D. Moore Ms. Rebecca Ivey Moyer Sarah Kerr Overcash The Palmetto Business Forum Mr. & Mrs. Thomas C. Parker, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. W. Keith Parris Mr. & Mrs. Richard H. Pennell Poses Family Foundation Mr. & Mrs. L. Perrin Powell Ms. Elizabeth P. Powell Mr. Russell Raines Mr. John S. Rainey Ms. Eileen N. Rampey

Ms. Evelyn Randall Mr. & Mrs. D. Martin Reid Mr. James T. Rhodes Mr. Deas M. Richardson Roche Carolina Inc. Mr. James E. Rogers Ms. Ellen T. Ruff Dr. & Mrs. James E. Seegars, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. O. Temple Sloan, Jr. The South Financial Group Mr. & Mrs. Clarence O. Stokes, Jr. Ms. Charlotte Stone Mr. & Mrs. Edwin H. Story Ms. Jeanne L. Thompson Mr. & Mrs. George C. Todd, Jr. Jackie M. Ward Mr. Charles S. Way, Jr. Ms. Linda S. West Mr. & Mrs. David G. White Mrs. Anne H. White Mr. & Mrs. Myles W. Whitlock, Jr. John & Jean Williams Donor Advised Fund Ms. Elizabeth N. Williams Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Wynn, III Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Young, III Mr. & Mrs. Kurt Zimmerli

Citizens for a Better Tomorrow — School District #3 Fund Cannons Elementary PTO Johnny Livingston Scholarship Fund United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. Civitan Club of Spartanburg Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. W. Keith Parris Spartanburg Civitan Club Trust Fund Cleveland Park Restoration Fund Mr. T. Alexander Evins United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. H.W. Close & Marshall Chapman Boy Scout Endowment Fund Mr. J. Michael Kohler, Jr. Palmetto Council, Boy Scouts of America General Fund The Helen V. Cole/Butler Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. Edward B. Butler The Helen V. Cole/Butler Scholarship Fund Ms. June C. Evans Community Indicators Sixth Edition Resolution Fund County of Spartanburg Duke Energy Foundation Stanley W. Converse Fund Mr. Walter C. Converse Converse Heights Tree Fund County of Spartanburg Mrs. Lucy Harper Grier Ms. Janie B. Hicks Inman-Riverdale Foundation Dr. & Mrs. David W. Jones Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Pitts United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. 2006 Annual Report • 41


gifts Dillard W. & Patricia H. Copeland Family Fund Dorman High School Alumni Scholarship Mr. & Mrs. Dillard W. Copeland Award Spartanburg County School District Six Paul J. & Nancy B. Coté Donor Advised Fund Mrs. Paul J. Coté Dorman High School Michael Scott Adams Covenant Presbyterian Church Scholarship Memorial Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Adams Fund Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Diantonio Covenant Presbyterian Church Mr. & Mrs. James M. Spry Mr. & Mrs. Henry R. Teuteberg Cowpens War Memorial General Fund Mr. Lamont Carpenter The Bill Drake Community Events Special Coveney-Littlejohn Farm, Inc. Fund Cowpens High School Reunion Ms. Lisa W. Shea Town of Cowpens Mr. J.W. Gossett The DuPré House Preservation Fund Ms. Betty M. McGowan Callie & John Rainey Foundation Cross Keys House & Property Maintenance Ellis-Lehner Fund Affiliate Fund Orchard Foundation Union County Historical Society Museum Building Fund W.O. Ezell Beautification Fund Frank Harrison Cunningham Fund Dr. Lynn E. Ezell Mr. Frank Harrison Cunningham, IV Mr. & Mrs. Earl G. Ezell Mr. & Mrs. Reed L. Cunningham Fairforest Middle School PTO Scholarship Mr. Charles Carlisle Cunningham Fund Chad A. Czechowski JROTC Scholarship Fund Fairforest Middle School PTO Ms. Carolye R. Czechowski Andy & Lynne Falatok Fund Spartanburg County School District 7 Mr. Andrew J. Falatok Kate & John Dargan Fund Faris Scholarship Fund Mrs. Kate Dargan Oilmens Equipment Corporation W. Mac & Carole Vann Davis Family Fund John & Nora Featherston Donor Advised Dr. & Mrs. W. Mac A. Davis Fund Mary Wheeler Davis Fund for Promotion of Nora H. Featherston Custody the Arts The Elton C. & Bernice N. Ferris Memorial Dr. & Mrs. W. Mac A. Davis Rev. & Mrs. E. W. Rogers Scholarship Fund Sew-Eurodrive Ethel Chase Davis Perception Court Fund Charles Lea Center Foundation General Fund First Baptist Church of Cowpens Special Fund R. P. Dawkins Scholarship Fund Cowpens First Baptist Church Mr. Raymond Arnold, Jr. Major & Mrs. Charles Benson Educational Trust of the First Baptist Church Mr. & Mrs. Homer Butler of Spartanburg, SC Ms. Jacquelyn P. Cox First Baptist Church of Spartanburg Professor R.P. Dawkins Television Missions Ministry Endowment Forest Chapel CME Church Ms. Tammy K. Houston Fund First Baptist Church of Spartanburg Ms. Latitia Massey First Baptist Church of Spartanburg Mr. Odessa Philson First Tee of Spartanburg, Inc. Special Fund Ms. Deidra C. Shelton The Arkwright Foundation Ms. Judith A. Shelton Mr. John E. Bauknight, IV Ms. Margaret P. Shelton Mr. & Mrs. Walter Brice, III Ms. Shirley A. Whitener Mr. & Mrs. Macon E. Byce, III Mr. George Wideman Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Chapman, III Dorman (All Sports) Booster Club Scholarship Country Club of Spartanburg Women’s Golf Association Fund Mr. William G. & Dr. Karen A. DeVore Dorman All Sports Booster Club Mr. & Mrs. T.W. Edwards, III Dorman Band E. Todd Watson Scholarship First Tee of Spartanburg, Inc. Fund Dr. & Mrs. Michael J. Funderburk United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. Mr. Carl E. Gibson, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Michael R. Henderson Dorman Band Josie Turnage Scholarship Mr. Louis C. Hoskyns Fund Mr. & Mrs. Billy Hough Mr. & Mrs. Earl R. Keaton Mr. & Mrs. William T. Hough Mr. & Mrs. Joseph W. Hudson 42 • The Spartanburg County Foundation

Dr. & Mrs. William F. James, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Hugh T. James Mr. Oren R. Judy, Jr. Mr. David Kohara Honorable E. Lewis Miller Mr. Roger Milliken Daniel R. O’Connell, Jr., CLU Mr. & Mrs. Dwight F. Patterson, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Bradley D. Rothell Mr. & Mrs. John A. Schwartz Mr. Donald Turner Mr. & Mrs. Burnham Uhler Mr. & Mrs. Richard Vieth Ms. Helen T. White

W. G. Foster Camp Scholarship Fund Bramblett Family Mr. & Mrs. Walter Brice, III Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Chapman, III Randy Foster & Family Ms. Linda K. Foster Ms. Nancy Holmes Mr. & Mrs. W. Pinckney Irwin, IV Mr. & Mrs. Steve Jeffords Ms. Frances B. Little Mr. & Mrs. Richard B. Lowry Mr. & Mrs. Norman Pulliam Refshauge Family Mrs. Roger Refshauge Mr. Jonathan Drew Tillotson United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. Ms. Gloria H. Williams Philip F. & Sally D. Foster Donor Advised Fund Mr. & Mrs. Philip Foster J. Howard & Blanche Chapman Foster/Bethel United Methodist Church Scholarship Fund Dr. & Mrs. Charles A. Graves Rev. & Mrs. Robert G. Strother The J. Robert Freeman, Jr. Memorial Fund Mrs. Elaine T. Freeman Gay Cecil Frick Cholangiocarcinoma Research Fund Mr. & Mrs. Randall K. Chambers Mr. & Mrs. John F. Floyd Dr. Kenneth E. Frick Ms. Jean Cecil Frick Dr. & Mrs. William F. James, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Steven N. Rice Friends of the Landrum Library Fund Friends of the Landrum Library Polk County Community Foundation, Inc. Friends of the Middle Tyger Library Friends of the Middle Tyger Branch Libr. Friends of the Westside Library Damaris Huff Memorial Fund Westside Friends of the Library Fulmer Fund Dr. & Mrs. J. Sidney Fulmer L.E. Gable Middle School P.T.O. Scholarship Fund Gable Middle School PTO


gifts Theodore & Betty Gage Family Fund Mr. Theodore Gage, Sr. Mrs. Betty Gage The Moody Garner Memorial Scholarship Fund United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. William W. & Frances L. Gaston Family Fund Mr. & Mrs. William W. Gaston General Fund Mr. & Mrs. William W. Adkins Advance America Mr. & Mrs. Hugh Aiken Dr. & Mrs. Mitchell H. Allen Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Allen Ms. Constance C. Ammons Mr. & Mrs. David Anderson Ms. Anne S. Anderson Arcadia Foundation Ms. Lisa K. Ariail The Arkwright Foundation Audrey’s Cleaning Service Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Babb Baehr Investment Corp. The Bain Foundation Mr. & Mrs. John R. Baker The Balmer Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Hans Balmer William Barnet & Son, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. H. Walter Barre, II Dr. & Mrs. James S. Barrett Mr. & Mrs. Raymond P. Barry Mr. George L. Bass Mr. & Mrs. H. Michael Bedenbaugh Ben Avon United Methodist Church Dr. & Mrs. David P. Berry BMW Manufacturing Co., LLC Bob’s Car Wash Mrs. Mark L. Boggs Mr. & Mrs. Markus Bolliger Mr. & Mrs. J. Grier Bomar Mr. & Mrs. David P. Bordages Mr. & Mrs. Merle Borden Mr. & Mrs. Norman D. Bornstein Mr. & Mrs. R. Wiley Bourne, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. S.H. Bowan Mr. & Mrs. Russell N. Bradley Mr. & Mrs. Wallace W. Brawley, Jr. Dr. Arthur Brewton Ms. Patricia S. Brock Mr. & Mrs. Henry A. Brown, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Cecil R. Brown Mr. & Mrs. R. E. Browne, III Jean L. Buck Judge & Mrs. E.C. Burnett, III Ms. Pam Burrows Mr. & Mrs. Harold K. Campbell The Capital Corporation Ms. Nancy C. Carlisle Carolina Piedmont Foundation, Inc. Donna & Walter Cart Donor Advised Fund Mr. Stephen N. Case, II Mr. & Mrs. George E. Case, Jr. Ms. Ruth L. Cate Dr. & Mrs. Edward R. Cathcart Mr. & Mrs. Randall K. Chambers Chick-fil-a Hillcrest Cleveland White Co., Inc.

Mr. & Mrs. Timothy L. Cleveland Mr. & Mrs. David A. Clyburn, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Jerry A. Cogan, Jr. Coggins Flowers & Gifts Mr. & Mrs. Donald C. Coggins, Jr. Community Thanksgiving Service Donors Ms. Ellen M. Conner Paul & Nancy Coté Donor Advised Fund Mrs. Marion W. Craven Mr. & Mrs. Elton Crenshaw Mr. James G. Crouch Ms. Jane P. Crowder Mrs. Nancy Rainey Crowley Kim A. Curry The Rebecca Manning Cutler Trust Mr. & Mrs. David W. Damrel Dr. & Mrs. W. Mac A. Davis Ms. Judith J. Davis Mr. & Mrs. Allen Dawkins Ms. Phyllis Bucheit DeLapp Mr. Frederick B. Dent, Sr. District 1 Schools of Spartanburg County Ms. M. Barbara Dorsey Duke Power Company J.D. Edwards Family Fund Mr. Charles P. Edwards Mr. & Mrs. Stewart W. Elliott Mr. & Mrs. Ray C. Eubanks, Jr. Fatz Café Ms. Mildred E. Finch First National Bank of Spartanburg Mr. & Mrs. Willis B. Fitch Dr. & Mrs. Harold E. Fleming Mr. & Mrs. Howard G. Foster Mrs. Louise Foster Dr. & Mrs. Stephen F. Fowler Mr. & Mrs. T. Norris France Dr. Kenneth E. Frick Mr. & Mrs. Max A. Fritz, Jr. Mr. Richard Fryer Iris C. Gary Mr. & Mrs. William P. Gee Mr. Rhett Giddings Mr. Charles E. Godfrey, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John E. Gordon, Jr. Ms. Mary L. Gray Mr. & Mrs. James Harper Grier Mr. J. Tom Grier Mrs. Lucy Harper Grier Mr. & Mrs. Joel R. Griffin, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Robert J. Haas Mrs. Robert J. Haas Dr. & Mrs. Charles B. Hanna Mr. & Mrs. John B. Hardaway Mrs. Betsy R. Hardaway Mr. & Mrs. Cleveland S. Harley Mr. & Mrs. Richard Harris Mr. & Mrs. James I. Harrison, III Mrs. Hattie Haulbrook Ms. Eaddy Williams Hayes Mrs. Dan Henderson Ms. Frances J. Henderson Mr. & Mrs. Steven J. Hereen Mr. & Mrs. Fred Herren Mr. & Mrs. Welborn Hilton Dr. G.B. Hodge Mr. William B. Holt Ms. Gwendolyn T. Howell

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas D. Howie Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth R. Huckaby Mr. & Mrs. C. Brian Humphries Mr. J. H. Hutcheson Mr. & Mrs. W. Pinckney Irwin, IV Mr. Caleb Jennings, IV Katherine F. Jeter Rev. Trust Mr. & Mrs. John R. Jeter JM Solesbee Construction Co. Inc. George L. Johnson Insurance Co. Johnson, Smith, Hibbard & Wildman Ms. Jane G. Johnson Ms. Wallace E. Johnson Mr. John E. Johnston Mrs. Daisy N. Johnston Mr. C. Roland Jones, Jr. Jean Souther Jones Dr. & Mrs. Kyle F. Kiesau Ms. Susan Ragsdale King Mr. J. Michael Kohler, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Keith M. Kulas Küsters Corporation The E. Clifton & Clara M. Lancaster Fund Mr. & Mrs. Wade Lang Ms. Shannon E. Lee Rev. & Mrs. Dennis R. Lee Dr. & Mrs. Joab M. Lesesne, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. James Littlefield Ms. Teresa Loving Mr. & Mrs. William Lowndes, III Dr. Clarence C. Lyles Mr. & Mrs. Frank A. Lyles Mr. & Mrs. Thomas F. Lytle Drs. Allen H. & Clara C. Mackenzie Mr. & Mrs. William F. Mackey Mr. & Mrs. W.M. Manning, Jr. Mr. Zerno E. Martin, Jr. McAbee, Talbert, Halliday & Co. Mrs. Pamela DeFore McArthur Mr. & Mrs. Luther M. McBee, III Mr. & Mrs. Michael McCasland Judge Frank P. McGowan, Jr. McMillan Smith & Partners Architects Ms. Kay H. McNab Mr. J.D. McPherson Mr. & Mrs. Rex L. Meade Mr. & Mrs. P. Edward Medlin Mr. & Mrs. Thomas S. Miller, Jr. Milliken & Company Mr. & Mrs. Armour K. Milner Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Mitchell, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. W.E. Mitchell Mr. Andrew Molinaro Rose & Walter Montgomery Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Walter S. Montgomery, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Moore Ms. Katherine R. Moore Mr. Harry C. Morris, Jr. Ms. Mary Leatherwood Morris Ms. Virginia Manning Moses Mr. Steven R. Moyer Ms. Margaret B. Murray Mr. & Mrs. W. C. Neal Dr. & Mrs. Kirk H. Neely Mr. & Mrs. Trev A. Neuburger Ms. Virginia R. New Mr. Marion H G Nichols Mr. Walter M. Oates 2006 Annual Report • 43


gifts Outback Steakhouse Mr. & Mrs. Dewey Oxner, Jr. Mr. Phillip L. Pace, Jr. Pacolet Town-Community Center, Recreation Center Mr. & Mrs. Ralph E. Patrick, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Steve Peahuff Rebecca R. Pennell Revocable Trust Ms. Carolyn D. Pennell Mr. & Mrs. Edward P. Perrin Neill & Lena Perrin Mr. & Mrs. Harry R. Phillips, Jr. The Piedmont Club Piedmont Natural Gas Company, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. Pinson Polydeck Screen Corporation Mr. & Mrs. Samuel H. Poston Mr. & Mrs. L. Perrin Powell Mr. & Mrs. L. Thomas Powell Ms. Elizabeth P. Powell Dr. & Mrs. William F. Price Mr. & Mrs. Herbert H. Provence, Jr. Mr. Russell Raines Ms. Catherine Rainey Trust Ms. Evelyn Randall Rays of Sunshine Sympathy Club Red Lobster Mr. Robert P. Richardson, IV Mr. F. Lee Roper Mr. & Mrs. R.G. Rowell Mr. & Mrs. James Ruben Mrs. Amelia Toy Rudolph Mr. & Mrs. James C. Sarratt Mr. & Mrs. B. E. Shelley Mr. & Mrs. Robert Shelor, Jr. Ms. Diane M. Shelton Dr. & Mrs. John W. Simmons Mr. & Mrs. Hooper Skardon, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Talmage B. Skinner, Jr. JM Smith Corporation Ms. Edith B. Smith Ms. Margaret H. Smith Sonny’s Brick Oven Pizza Southeastern Printing Mr. L. Terrell Sovey, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. E. Lamar Sparkman Spartanburg County Bar Association Spartanburg County Commission for Higher Education Spencer/Hines Properties St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church Properties Endow. Fund Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Stavely Mr. & Mrs. Alfred W. Steller Mr. Brand Reid Stille Mr. & Mrs. George Stone Strengthening Voices Organizational Capacity Building Fund Mr. & Mrs. David E. Tate Mr. & Mrs. James Archibald Taylor Mr. & Mrs. William K. Thompson, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Fletcher Thompson Mrs. R. Webb Thomson, Jr. Mrs. Mary Lewis Tiller Dr. John H. Tillotson Mrs. Leslie M. Timms, Jr. Tindall Corporation Ms. Cynthia L. Tobias Mr. & Mrs. John H. Toole Ms. Sharon P. Tootell

Mr. & Mrs. Burnham Uhler United Methodist Church of the Covenant United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. Mrs. Anne J. Vandiver Wachovia Corporation Mr. & Mrs. Lem H. Walker, Jr. Walker, Walker & Higgins Mr. & Mrs. L. Harrall Walker Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Walker Mr. John N. Walker Ms. Gladys Walker Mr. Arthur R. Wallace Mr. & Mrs. James H. Watson Mr. & Mrs. Jack H. West Mr. & Mrs. W. Lewis White, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Bruce B. White Mr. & Mrs. David G. White Mr. & Mrs. Charles R. Whitlock Ms. Paula Verne Wiggs Mr. & Mrs. Donald B. Wildman Mr. & Mrs. John K. Williams Ms. Janet E. Wilson Ms. Mary C. Wingo Wofford College Mr. & Mrs. E. Fort Wolfe, Jr. WSPA-TV 7 Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Wynn, III Mr. & Mrs. David J. Yates Young Office Mr. & Mrs. William O. Young

Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System Foundation Ms. Jan F. Standard Mr. & Mrs. Royce Lee Williams The Zimmerli Foundation, Inc.

The Hammett Memorial Scholarship Fund of Buford St. UMC Buford Street United Methodist Church John A. Harrill, Jr. & Lou Ann F. Harrill Family Donor Advised Fund Ms. Lou Ann Harrill Hatcher Garden & Woodland Preserve Fund The Bain Foundation James & Carol Bradof Donor Advised Fund Donna & Walter Cart Fund Ellis-Lehner Donor Advised Fund William W. & Frances L. Gaston Family Fund Dot & Tom Grier Donor Advised Fund John A. Harrill, Jr. & Lou Ann F. Harrill Family Donor Advised Fund Hatcher Botanical Garden Fund Ms. Eaddy Williams Hayes R. E. & Marion Littlejohn Fund P Mr. E. T. McLean, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Marion L. McMillan Mr. & Mrs. E. Henry Pittman Dr. & Mrs. James R. Story Mr. & Mrs. Burnham Uhler Wardlaw Trust Fund The Harry & Betsy Williams Donor Advised Fund Casi Kathleen George Memorial Scholarship The Zimmerli Foundation, Inc. Fund The Seby B. Jones Family Foundation Hatcher Garden & Woodland Preserve Mr. & Mrs. John L. Ward General Real Property Fund Hatcher Botanical Garden Fund Edwin Gerschefski Memorial Scholarship Fund Robert Hicklin, Sr. Fund Rho Chapter Pi Kappa Lambda Ellen H. Hicklin Charitable Lead Trust Nancy M. & Henry C. Giles Family Fund The Higgins Family Fund Mr. Henry C. Giles Mr. & Mrs. Rick M. Higgins Glendalyn Circle Beautification Fund H. E. Hipp Memorial Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. Wallace W. Brawley, Jr. District One Schools of Spartanburg County Mr. & Mrs. Michael Eickman United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Hammett Susan Patricia Hodge Memorial Fund Mr. & Mrs. Herbert B. Moore, Jr. Gerber Childrenswear, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. Pinson Mr. & Mrs. Donnie Hodge Tom & Dot Grier Donor Advised Fund HOPE VI Partnership Fund Mr. J. Thomas Grier Advance America H.A.L.T.E.R. General Fund William Barnet & Son, LLC Dr. & Mrs. G. Ashley Allen Barnet Development Corp. Mr. Gregory J. Atkins Johnson Development Associates Mr. & Mrs. William Stewart Burgess Lancaster Distributing Company Mr. & Mrs. Byron D. Collier Rhodia, Inc. Earth Structures, Inc. Wachovia Corporation Mr. A. Gordon Floyd Dannie Horne T.O.T.A.L. Ministries Fund Mr. & Mrs. J. Tom Grier TOTAL Ministries H.A.L.T.E.R. Mr. & Mrs. Roger Habisreutinger Dr. William L. Howell, III & Shirley M. Howell Inman-Riverdale Foundation Scholarship Fund Joint Concert Fund Michael Ernst & Catherine Howell Mr. & Mrs. Barney Lewis Jones Mrs. Shirley Howell Dr. & Mrs. John E. Keith, Jr. Ms. Rebecca Howell The Alfred Moore Foundation Ms. S. Catherine Howell Mr. & Mrs. Norman Pulliam Mr. & Mrs. Gary Wilson Callie & John Rainey Foundation Woodruff High School Mr. & Mrs. Clifford H. Rhames Woodruff Middle School

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gifts Hub City Writers Project Fund James & Carol Bradof Donor Advised Fund Mr. Alan D. Chalmers Hodge Law Firm, PC Mr. Joe C. Mullinax Mr. & Mrs. Burnham Uhler Mr. & Mrs. William M. Webster, IV The Zimmerli Foundation, Inc. Anne Irwin Memorial Fund The Barnet Foundation CSX Corporation Hampton Heights Neighborhood Association Mr. & Mrs. Anthony L. Kidney Ms. Jeanne L. Thompson Jane Hicks ASTRA Scholarship of Altrusa International of Spartanburg Fund Altrusa International, Inc. of Spartanburg Ms. Janie B. Hicks Shepherd Johnston Fund Ms. Shirley S. Johnston The Bob Justice General Fund Dr. & Mrs. Tom T. Galt Kiwanis Educational Fund Rev. & Mrs. C.A. Graves Joe W. McCraw Revocable Trust 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 Wachovia Bank Landrum Cemetery Perpetual Care Fund Ms. Patricia G. Bagwell Mr. & Mrs. Jim Beasley Mrs. Dorothy D. Brown Mr. & Mrs. Clarence R. Dill Ms. Rachel C. Drake Mr. & Mrs. Ray J. Foster Mrs. Lathie C. Gaines Mrs. Robert S. Griffin Ms. Mildred P. Hogarth Mr. & Mrs. Ray Howard Mr. & Mrs. Claude L. Ives, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Lee Mr. & Mrs. Mervin Oakes Mr. & Mrs. Charles W. Poteat Mr. Ralph Sanders Ms. Irene Settle Mr. & Mrs. David E. Shi Ms. Evaline N. Smith Mr. & Mrs. B. Foster Thomson, III Mr. & Mrs. John T. Vehorn Mr. Clifford M. Walden, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Walker Mr. & Mrs. K.D. Webb Landrum Community Development Fund 85, LLC Bojangles’ Restaurants, Inc. Bommer Industries, Inc. Mr. J.W. Cartee

Carver Industries, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. J.M. Cunningham, Jr. Doug’s on Rutherford First Citizens Bank Mrs. Lou Gill H&R Block Hyder Plumbing Company, Inc. Landrum Horticultural Association Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Lee Mr. & Mrs. Jon D. Matheis Mr. & Mrs. Joe McConnell Mountain 1st Bank & Trust Ms. Audrey P. Oliver Prince Oil Co., Inc. Ms. Ruth Schneider Mr. Gerald J. Siddons, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Andrew J. Stone Wachovia Corporation

Landrum High School General Fund District One Schools of Spartanburg County Leland L. & Nell B. Larrabee Endowment of The Charles Lea Center Fund Charles Lea Center Foundation General Fund Brian Lawrence Memorial Fund Charles Lea Center Foundation General Fund The Charles Lea Center Foundation, Inc. Mr. Jack W. Lawrence Leadership Spartanburg 2005-2006 Marysville School Fund The Barnet Foundation Mr. & Mrs. David M. Beacham BellSouth Ms. Emily Hunter Blake Mr. & Mrs. York Bradshaw Mr. & Mrs. Ethan R. Burroughs Mr. David Lee Church Ms. Mary W. Deku Gosnell, Menard & Brooks PA Mr. Charles Habisreutinger Mr. & Mrs. Phillip L. Harris Mr. & Mrs. Rick Hennecy Mr. Bill Herrick Johnson Development Associates Johnson, Smith, Hibbard & Wildman Mr. & Mrs. David A. Just Mr. & Mrs. Calhoun L. Kennedy Mr. & Mrs. Dennis R. Locke Mr. & Mrs. Charles J. Maley Ms. Angela C. Meadows Mr. Scott J. Mercer Milliken Foundation Ms. Stephanie D. Monroe Mr. & Mrs. Daryl Moore Mr. & Mrs. Lewis S. Moore Mr. Brian Martin Nash Mr. & Mrs. Kirk W. Neely Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth W. Nettles, Jr. The Palmetto Bank Mr. & Mrs. Michael T. Panasko Piedmont Natural Gas Company, Inc. Pulliam Investment Company, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. John H. Richards, III Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Robinson Ms. Renee Buck Romberger Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Rush The Spartanburg County Foundation General Fund

Mr. & Mrs. William H. Stewart Mr. Christian Swensen Mr. David Brent Thomasson Town of Pacolet Wachovia Corporation Wachovia Foundation Matching Gifts Program Ms. Suzanne H. White

Leadership Spartanburg Alumni Association Fund Leadership Spartanburg 25 Year Reunion Fund Leadership Spartanburg Alumni Assoc. H. Gene Lee Memorial Scholarship Fund Boiling Springs High School James F. Byrnes High School Chesnee High School County of Spartanburg District One Schools of Spartanburg County Spartanburg County Parks & Recreation Jack A. Linder, Sr. & Carolyn G. Linder Broome High Scholarship Fund Middle School of Pacolet Jack A. Linder, Sr. & Carolyn G. Linder Family Fund Mr. & Mrs. Jack A. Linder, Sr. Dr. Jerrie Lucktenberg Concertmaster Chair Endowment Fund Music Foundation of Spartanburg, Inc. Shara Mason Memorial Scholarship Fund District One Schools of Spartanburg County Spartanburg Auto Auction William C. & Wendy S. Mayrose Family Fund Mr. & Mrs. William C. Mayrose Ed & Gail Medlin Donor Advised Fund Mr. & Mrs. P. Edward Medlin Janna Miller Memorial Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. Miller, Jr. Carolina Miracle League Development Fund Mr. & Mrs. Jodie Alley Mr. & Mrs. Brian F. Amick Anderson Mill Elementary School Mr. & Mrs. James L. Anderson Mr. & Mrs. Tim Anderson Anonymous Donor Anonymous Donor Mr. Kenneth C. Anthony, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Jason Bagwell Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey E. Ballard BB&T of South Carolina Ms. Mary Lou Belisle Mr. & Mrs. Brett K. Berry Mr. & Mrs. Thor Bloomfield Ms. Jan C. Boggs Judy Bradshaw Children’s Foundation Breakfast Optimist Club of Spartanburg Mr. & Mrs. Troy D. Bridges Mr. & Mrs. Charles A. Bryson Mr. Thomas B. Cabler Mr. & Mrs. Herman Campbell Carolina Miracle League Carolina Plastic Surgery, P.A. Ms. Susan Y. Cash Cedar Springs Baptist Church 2006 Annual Report • 45


gifts Mr. & Mrs. Randall K. Chambers Chapman Concrete Products, Inc. Cherry Bekaert Holland LLP Mr. & Mrs. Jason B. Cherry Chick-fil-a Hillcrest Cochran Law Firm Mr. & Mrs. Alan Cochran Ms. Kathy Cochran Mr. & Mrs. Donald C. Coggins, Jr. Ms. Mary D. Cohen Mr. & Mrs. Jackie B. Cooper Sam Copeland Insurance Cornerstone Restaurants, LLC Croft Ruritan Club Mr. & Mrs. Reed L. Cunningham Mr. & Mrs. David W. Damrel Dorman High Freshman Campus Dave Edwards Toyota Fairforest Elementary Fairforest Middle School Mr. A. Gordon Floyd Food Lion #2641 Mr. & Mrs. John H. Foster, III Mr. John M. Fowler Ms. Sally E. Galbraith GCS Inc. of Boiling Springs Mr. & Mrs. Gary J. Giegerich Mr. & Mrs. Joel R. Goff Col. & Mrs. Benjamin S. Goodwin Mr. & Mrs. Danny G. Gosnell Greater Spartanburg Optimist Club Ms. Anita Green Griffin Electrical Contractors, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. James R. Hall Mr. & Mrs. Lewis L. Harrison, Jr. Mr. Ben C. Harrison Ms. Elizabeth D. Haun Mr. & Mrs. Alan K. Hayes Mr. & Mrs. J. Hazen Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Hickerson Mr. & Mrs. Chi S. Ho Mr. & Mrs. Danny Holcombe Mr. Terry Holcombe Mr. & Mrs. Tony L. Hollifield Ms. Kristen E. Hoy Ms. Patricia S. Hurst Inman Lions Club Dr. & Mrs. James L. Jackson Mr. & Mrs. Joel S. Jacobs Mr. & Mrs. Jeffery S. Justice Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Keasler, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. David Kellogg Mr. & Mrs. Lewis C. Kirby Mr. & Mrs. Terry Knight Mr. & Mrs. John L. Lancaster Landrum Lions Club Law Insurance Agency, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Leiszler Mr. & Mrs. Jack A. Mabry, Jr. McAbee, Talbert, Halliday & Co. Mr. & Mrs. Jerry S. McAbee Ms. Elizabeth F. McAbee Mr. & Mrs. John A. McArthur, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Paul T. McChesney Mr. & Mrs. H.L. McDonald Mr. & Mrs. Troy McKinney, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Foster B. McLane, III Ms. Fayssoux Dunbar McLean 46 • The Spartanburg County Foundation

Mr. Richard B. McNeal Ms. Martha W. McNeely Mr. & Mrs. William P. Metz Mr. & Mrs. Matthew R. Meyers Michelin North America, Inc. Ms. Alice Milligan Milliken Foundation Mr. Roger Milliken Mr. & Mrs. Gregory R. Morgan Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Morrow Dr. & Mrs. Peter J. Neidenbach Nestor’s Salon Newman & Sims Development, Inc. Ms. Paige M. Parks The Patton Company, LLC Pauline-Glenn Springs Elementary School Mr. & Mrs. Danny T. Phillips Mr. & Mrs. William N. Phillips Mr. Joseph I. Pitts Ms. Dianne J. Pitts Mr. & Mrs. Brian P. Plexico Pride Masonry of Gaffney, Inc. Ms. Cindy Pridgen Mr. Kenneth E. Quast Ms. Lesley Ann Quast Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Reams Mr. & Mrs. Anthony E. Revels Mr. & Mrs. J. Paul Ross, III S&ME Mr. & Mrs. Michael Scharff Mr. & Mrs. Bob Seawright Ms. June B. Sereque Mr. & Mrs. Jerry L. Setzer, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Shook Mr. & Mrs. Randall Sigmon Mr. & Mrs. Phillip K. Sinclair JM Smith Corporation J M Smith Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Curtis M. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Scott C. Smith Southern States Packaging Company Spartanburg Christian Community Foundation Spartanburg Martial Arts Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Sprouse Starmakers Dance Company, LLC Mr. & Mrs. Richard Todd Summers Swenson & Associates, PA Mr. David E. Swink Mr. & Mrs. Jason N. Tapp Mr. & Mrs. Ernie Thigpen Mr. & Mrs. Fletcher Thompson Mr. James Fletcher Thompson Tindall Corporation Walter L. Tobin Consultants Inc. Mr. & Mrs. J. Wayne Tolleson Dr. & Mrs. H. J. Turner, III, DDS Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Turner United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. Upper South Carolina Masonry Contractors Assoc. Mr. & Mrs. Michael Varner Wade’s Restaurant, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Teddy E. Wagner Mr. & Mrs. Larry W. Walker Mr. & Mrs. Timothy R. Waters Mr. & Mrs. William M. Webster, IV Mr. & Mrs. Thomas F. Webster, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. H.E. Whetmore

Mr. & Mrs. John B. White, Jr. Mrs. Anne H. White White’s Pine Street Exxon Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth J. Wilke Ms. Angela Willes Mr. Philipp D. Wilson Ms. Katherine H. Wood Mr. & Mrs. John H. Wright Mr. & Mrs. Wesley Wright Mr. & Mrs. J. Daniel Wyatt Mr. & Mrs. Blandon Yeargin Ms. Elizabeth H. Zemp

Miss South Carolina Organization Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. Gregory J. Adams American Eagle Pay Day Loans Ben Arnold-Sunbelt Beverage Company of SC, LP Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Bauman Beasley Photography Mr. & Mrs. John W. Beasley, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Bill Bradshaw Ms. Kimilee Bryant Mr. & Mrs. Dallas Burnett Ms. Ashley A. Byrd Consumer Insurance Associates Mr. David I. Dixon Eseen, Inc. Ms. Jane Jenkins Herlong Ms. Becky Hyman Mr. & Mrs. Charlie Kelley Mr. & Mrs. David E. Leavell Ms. Kelly Austin McCorkle Mr. C. Gregg McCuen Dr. & Mrs. Lee R. Perry, Jr. Pfizer Foundation Volunteer Program Mr. Robert D. Pinson Progress Energy Service Company, LLC Mr. Sammy J. Raney Mr. & Mrs. Matthew D. Roller Stephanie H. Sewell Mr. & Mrs. Michael R. Sorkin South Carolina Farm Bureau Federation Ms. Vonadora B. Stackhouse Ms. Wendy L. Willis Wilson Chevrolet-Oldsmobile, Inc. William E. & Betty S. Monroe Family Fund Mr. William E. Monroe Walter S. Montgomery Commons The Arkwright Foundation Mr. Roger Milliken Betty Ann Moore Charitable Donor Advised Fund Betty Ann Newman Moore Charitable Lead Trust Daniel Morgan ROTC Fund Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Corley Lt. Col. Paul E. Grubb Mr. & Mrs. Boyce V. Hawkins Mr. & Mrs. William C. Leonard, Jr. Daniel Morgan Statue Maintenance Fund Mr. & Mrs. Glen B. Boggs, II Music Club of Spartanburg Lynne Moore Salmon Scholarship Fund Mrs. Carolyn O’Dell


gifts Nativity Capital Endowment Fund Dr. & Mrs. Julian C. Josey, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Russell C. King, Jr. of Union, SC Leigh Fibers, Inc. Ms. Susan Hodge Dowd Mr. & Mrs. Everette Lineberger The Episcopal Church of the Nativity Dr. & Mrs. W. Brownlee Lowry Nazareth Presbyterian Church Cemetery Drs. Allen H. & Clara C. Mackenzie Fund Dr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Malone Ms. Mary D. Anderson Marsh USA Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Hans Balmer Dr. Cavert K. McCorkle Mr. & Mrs. R. E. Browne, III Mr. & Mrs. Gary McLean Mr. & Mrs. David M. Burnett Mr. & Mrs. Leslie L. McMillan, Jr. Miss Frances Cherry Mr. & Mrs. Marion L. McMillan Mrs. T. Sam Means, Jr. Mr. Roger Milliken Mr. & Mrs. Trev A. Neuburger Rose & Walter Montgomery Foundation Security Finance Corporation Mr. & Mrs. John Montgomery Mr. & Mrs. Lewis S. Moore New Hope Baptist Church Family Center Mr. Joe C. Mullinax & Ms. Carrie Duello Fund Mr. & Mrs. Jack G. Murrin Mrs. Joyce A. Bailey Nancy M. & Henry C. Giles Family Fund New Hope Baptist Church Mrs. Sidney S. Nichols Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Parris Vendetta M. Nicholson Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. Walter Pettiss Ms. Alice Blackwell Mr. & Mrs. E. Henry Pittman United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. John S. Poole The Noble Tree Foundation.org Mr. & Mrs. L. Stephen Quantannens W. Marshall Chapman & Elizabeth S. Chapman Donor Mr. Russell Raines Advised Fund The RHA Group LLC Dr. & Mrs. G. Ashley Allen Dr. & Mrs. Brian E. Rothemich L. Kaye & Ingo Angermeier Dr. & Mrs. F. Peter Ryan, Jr. The Arkwright Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Joseph M. Salley Thomas & Cecilia Arthur Family Fund Dr. & Mrs. Glenn Scott Mr. & Mrs. Michael C. Ball Mr. Greg D. Shurburtt Mr. & Mrs. Leland Burch Simkins Land Company Mr. & Mrs. William D. Burton Mr. & Mrs. Darwin H. Simpson Mr. & Mrs. Chris L. Cannon JM Smith Corporation Century 3 Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Milton Smith City of Spartanburg Ms. Shirley K. Smith Cleveland Agency Mr. & Mrs. George Stone Ms. Fannie I. Cromwell Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Stripling, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Crowley Mr. & Mrs. Fred Swensen Kate & John Dargan Donor Advised Fund The Reverend Dr. & Mrs. Clay H. Turner Mr. Dan A. Dearybury United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. DeSaussure, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John F. Verreault, II Mr. & Mrs. J. Richard Dillard Ms. Madelon P. Wallace Ms. Alice Cross Dorrance Mr. & Mrs. John B. White, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Benjamin B. Dunlap Mr. & Mrs. Donald B. Wildman Ms. Anne Ebersbach Mr. Brad Wyche Ellis-Lehner Donor Advised Fund Mr. C.T. Wyche Equine Ventures Mr. & Mrs. James F. Zahrn Mr. David M. Evans Oak Creek Plantation Lake Owner’s Mr. & Mrs. T. Alexander Evins Dr. John S. & Nora H. Featherston Donor Association General Fund Advised Fund Oak Creek Plantation Lake Owner’s Association Ms. Elizabeth A. Fleming Oakwood Cemetery Perpetual Care Fund The J. Robert Freeman, Jr. Memorial Fund Mr. Samuel E. Anderson, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Robert J. Haas Miss Frances Cherry Cantrell Mr. & Mrs. Roger Habisreutinger W. Marshall Chapman & Elizabeth S. Chapman Donor Mrs. Marianna Habisreutinger Advised Fund Mr. James L. Hamrick, Sr. Ms. Martha Chapman Thomas & Carolyn F. Hannah Miss Frances Cherry John A. Harrill, Jr. & Lou Ann F. Harrill Family Donor Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas P. Dufault Advised Fund Ms. Hazel G. Glenn Mr. & Mrs. Lewis L. Harrison, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. J. Thomas Grier Mr. & Mrs. William K. Hassell Barbara Helderman-Tardiff Ms. Eaddy Williams Hayes Ms. Elizabeth G. Myers Dr. & Mrs. G. B. Hodge Mr. & Mrs. Burnham Uhler Ms. Elsa P. Hudson Ms. Mary W. Zittrouer Mr. & Mrs. J. Garrett Jackson Mr. & Mrs. Joseph L. Jennings, Jr.

Eleanor G. Oppenheimer Barnet Endowment Fund The Charles Lea Center Foundation, Inc. American Guild of Organists (Spartanburg Chapter) General Fund American Guild of Organists, Spartanburg Chapter Mrs. Robert C. Fay Dr. John E. Williams Orthopaedic Research Foundation of the Carolinas, Inc. General Fund ArthoCare The Barnet Foundation Breg Community Foundation of North Texas dj Orthopedics, LLC Effective Information Technologies / Regionline Encore Innovation Sports Mary Black Health System Medica/ Medequip, Inc. Ortho Supply Inc. VirtuRad, Inc. The Spartanburg County OST Youth Fund The Barnet Foundation Trust Ms. Laura Bauknight First National Bank of Spartanburg Ms. Teresa B. Foster Mr. & Mrs. Mitchelle Kennedy Mr. & Mrs. Nelson J. Marchioli Spartanburg Public Safety Mr. & Mrs. Edwin H. Story Palmetto Council Camp Maintenance Fund H.W. Close & Marshall Chapman Boy Scout Endowment Fund Palmetto Council, Boy Scouts of America General Fund Mr. & Mrs. Charles R. Allen Anderson Real Estate Mr. & Mrs. William E. Bagwell Mr. & Mrs. Stanley W. Baker Mr. & Mrs. John P. Barber Dr. & Mrs. Bruce Bass, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. H.C. Bean, Jr. Ms. Martha W. Blackman Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Brannon Mr. William W. Brothers Mr. & Mrs. William W. Burns Ms. Marguerite M. Cates Mr. & Mrs. Eric M. Cobb Colonial Trust Company Dr. Paul H. Cook Mr. & Mrs. Dillard W. Copeland Mr. Martin S. Cornelson Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Crowley Mrs. Kate Dargan Dunbar Construction Company, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Raymond A. Dunleavy, III Mr. & Mrs. Daniel F. Dunn Mr. & Mrs. Mark J. Earl Mr. A. Gordon Floyd Mr. Caleb C. Fort Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth R. Frick Mr. & Mrs. Herbert L. Fritz, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Theodore W. Gage, Jr. Mr. John D. Gilden 2006 Annual Report • 47


gifts Mr. James H. Grier Mr. & Mrs. Roger Habisreutinger Mr. Charles Habisreutinger Mr. Wayne W. Hall Mr. & Mrs. Lawson Hayes, Jr. Ms. Eaddy Williams Hayes Mr. & Mrs. Jamie Hodge Robert M. Holland, Esq. Mr. Conrad C. Hurst, III Dr. & Mrs. David G. Ike Mr. & Mrs. George Dean Johnson, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Stewart H. Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Kavanagh Ms. Mallie E. King Dr. Edward Bert Knight, III Mr. John M. Kohler, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Gaines H. Mason, Jr. Ms. Catherine Mayo Mr. & Mrs. Ricky A. McAbee Mr. E. George McCoin, Jr. Mr. George Mitchell Ms. Karen H. Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. Walter M. Oates, Jr. Palmetto Council Boy Scouts of America Parker Champion Construction, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Edward P. Perrin Mr. & Mrs. F. G. Phillips, Jr. Pye Auto Sales Dr. & Mrs. Brian E. Rothemich Mr. & Mrs. G. Garrett Scott Mr. & Mrs. Milton A. Smith, Jr. Mr. Stephen H. Smith Ms. Charlotte Stone Mr. James L. Switzer, Jr. Ms. Allene W. Taylor Dr. & Mrs. Wendell H. Tiller, Sr. The Reverend Dr. & Mrs. Clay H. Turner Mr. & Mrs. James M. Vandever Mr. Laurence M. Wassong Mr. & Mrs. John B. White, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. E. Fort Wolfe, Jr.

Palmetto Men’s Club General Fund All State Exterminating Co., Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Charles B. Boyce Mr. Guilford Bulman Mr. & Mrs. James V. Burchfield, Jr. Mr. W. M. Cooper Country Livin’ Enterprises, Inc./Design Pools Mr. Kenneth E. Crocker Mr. Rhett Giddings Mr. & Mrs. Jimey W. High Mr. Alexander Hray, Jr., Attorney Dr. James J. Jakubchak Mr. & Mrs. Boyce F. Miller Mr. & Mrs. Robert U. Miller Philip C. Morrow, DMD Stanley M. Pack & Company, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Palmer, III Palmetto Men’s Club Mr. & Mrs. Michael P. Ravan Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Rush JM Smith Corporation Mr. & Mrs. James M. Smith State Farm Insurance Companies Kay Killingsworth Parris Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. D. Tom Davis

Mr. & Mrs. W. Keith Parris Ms. Dibbie Shealy

The Perrin Foundation Mrs. Ann Porcher Perrin Anne Porcher Z. & Edward P. Perrin Fund Mrs. Ann Porcher Perrin Piedmont Science Fair Fund BB&T of South Carolina Duke Power Company First National Bank of Spartanburg The J.F. Floyd Mortuary Mr. Youel G. Hilsman Dr. L. Ronald Hurst George L. Johnson Insurance Co. Kohler Co. Mr. John M. Kohler, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Harold T. Marshall, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Edward P. Perrin Mr. & Mrs. L. Perrin Powell Spartanburg County School District 3 Mr. & Mrs. Charles Porter Teague Jon H. Poteat Scholarship Fund Ms. Kate M. Allen Dr. Wayne Ates Ms. Robyn C. Crawford Ms. Carol L. Kaczmarek National Technical Honor Society Ms. Kathy Perron Nuckolls Ms. Patricia S. Poteat Mr. C. Allen Powell William Price Fund Mr. Harry Price Ms. Susan Price The Stuart Harrison Price Memorial Scholarship Fund Arthur State Bank B&S Woodworking Benson Oldsmobile-Cadillac-Nissan Best Deal Pawn Shop Mr. Eber Blackwood Mr. John Bowers Mr. Jerome Boyce Mr. Brian Boykin Mr. Charles Bradley Mr. & Mrs. Phillip Brady Mr. & Mrs. Lee Brown Mr. Todd Brown Mr. John David Burch Mr. C. Hugh Burnett Mr. Rodney Burns Mr. Stan Cannon Mr. Travis Chapman Chem/Trend Classic Caseworks Mr. Bruce Clayton Mr. & Mrs. Harris Collins Mr. Justin Corn Mr. Kevin Cox Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Culbreth Mr. Paul Culbreth Mrs. Amanda Culbreth Mr. Jody Dean Mr. Steve Durham Economy Drugs Etowah Pharmacy

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Mr. Bo Fant Mr. Henry Few The Flounder Fish Camp Mr. Shannon Ford Mr. Reginald L. Foster, P.A. Mr. Jared Foster Mr. Hugh Fowler Mr. Jonathan Fowler Mr. Wright Gaines Mr. Mark Gentry Mr. Mike Gentry Mr. Phillip Gosnell Ms. Ashley Gossett Gramling Brothers Mr. Jerome Hall Mr. Tao Hwang Inman Gun & Pawn, Inc. Inman Laundry & Cleaners, Inc. Interactive Point View Mr. & Mrs. J.T. Johnson Mr. Ed Johnson Ms. Nancy Jones Mr. & Mrs. Johnny Keadle Kempson Rexall Drugs, Inc. Landrum Drug Mr. & Mrs. Joe Lavisky Mr. Jonathon McAbee Medicap Pharmacy Mr. Ed Miller Mr. Brian Morgan Mr. Jason Mosley Mr. Jon Nelson Mr. Davis Nimmons Owen’s Pharmacy Mr. Chad Painter Mr. Jerry Parris Patterson Developers of Lyman Mr. & Mrs. Steven Peacock Mr. Ken Pitman Price Supply, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Dean Price Mr. & Mrs. Eddie C. Price Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth D. Price Red Door Properties, LLC Red Sanders Cabinets Mr. Glenn Reese Mr. Jeromy Ritz Mr. Brad Setzler Mr. & Mrs. Brian Simmons Mr. Drew Sloan JM Smith Corporation Mary Ann & Jane Snyder Mr. & Mrs. Chester Snyder Mr. & Mrs. Joe Steadman Mr. David Stringer Mr. Douglas Stringer Mr. Jeffrey Stringer Mr. Jimmy Stringer Mr. Robert Stringer Mr. James Suarez Mr. Donald Thompson Time Out Family Restaurant Tryon Pharmacy Mr. Jason Varner Mr. Danny Vaughn Mr. & Mrs. Hal G. Warlick, Jr. Mr. Jack Westall Mr. Jim White Mr. Cecil Young


gifts Mr. Wayne Yount Drs. Michael & Lori Zimmerman

A Spot of Pride Beautification Fund Baehr Investment Corp. The Barnet Foundation BB&T BellSouth Chick-fil-A of Westgate Mall Cintas Corporation Coca-Cola Bottling Company United, Inc. Fairway Outdoor Advertising First National Bank of Spartanburg Mrs. Robert J. Haas Harrison, White, Smith & Coggins, P.C. Home & Garden ITEMA America, Inc. Johnson Development Associates Jopeco, LP Kapasi Glass Mart, Inc. Lancaster Distributing Company Li’l Cricket Food Stores, Inc. Lung & Chest Medical Associates McMillan Smith & Partners Architects The Palmetto Bank Peoples Choice Insurance of Spartanburg, LLC Pepsi Bottling Group, Inc. Phifer Johnson Foundation Regional Healthplus Admin Account Rieter Corporation RL Jordan Oil Co. of NC, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Regis Robe Dr. & Mrs. Glenn Scott Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce Spartanburg Chrysler Jeep Suzuki Spartanburg Dodge Spartanburg Garden Club Council Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System Stankiewicz International Corporation Tietex Corporation Mr. George C. Todd, Jr. Wachovia Corporation Wakefield Buick, Inc. Wal-Mart Foundation Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Mr. William M. Webster, IV Thomas R. Young, Jr. Fund Caroline Virginia Pulliam Mitochondrial Special Fund About Kids Pediatric Rehabilitation Services, Inc. Mr. C. Dan Adams Mrs. Crista K. Agnew Mr. Mark B. Alexander Dr. & Mrs. G. Ashley Allen Dr. & Mrs. Mitchell H. Allen Mr. & Mrs. J.D. Allen Mr. Jimmy Allen Mr. & Mrs. Jerri Allen Mr. Kendall K. Alley Mr. & Mrs. James P. Anderson, Jr. Anonymous The Arkwright Foundation Ms. Sandra Armstrong Dr. & Mrs. Lee Arnett, Jr. Arrow Steel Products, Inc. Ashford Interiors Mr. & Mrs. Waddy Babb Mr. & Mrs. J.P. Baehr

Mr. & Mrs. William E. Bagwell Mrs. Becky B. Bagwell Ms. Suzanne P. Bagwell Mr. & Mrs. Brion E. Bahnmuller Mr. & Mrs. Tim Bailey Ms. Edith Bailey Mr. W.D. Bain, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Stanley W. Baker Ms. Anna J. Ballard Mr. & Mrs. Harold Ballenger Mr. & Mrs. James F. Barker The Barnet Foundation Mr. Thomas G. Barnet Mr. & Mrs. H. Walter Barre, II Mr. & Mrs. Bert D. Barre Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Barrett Mr. Clay Bartee BB&T Beacon Communities, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. William S. Bean Dr. & Mrs. James D. Bearden, III Beeson Henthorn Development, LLC Mr. & Mrs. John W. Beeson, Jr. Ms. Katie Beeson The Benevolent Foundation Mr. Reeves S. Blackburn Ms. Susan S. Blair Mr. & Mrs. Jason S. Blanton Mr. & Mrs. Louie W. Blanton Ms. Stephanie Blanton Mr. & Mrs. Glen B. Boggs, II Mr. & Mrs. S.A. Bowie, Jr. The Boyd Company Mr. & Mrs. Koger Bradford Judy Bradshaw Children’s Foundation Ms. Dargan Bradshaw Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Brannon Mr. & Mrs. Robert Breitweiser, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Walter Brice, III Mr. & Mrs. W. Miller Brice, IV Mr. & Mrs. Quentin S. Broom, Sr. Mr. William W. Brothers Mr. & Mrs. John W. Brown Mr. William T. Brown Mr. Phil Buchheit Mr. & Mrs. A. B. Bullington, Jr. Ms. Virginia Marian Burcher Ms. Laurie B. Burrell Mr. & Mrs. Henry F. Butehorn, III Dr. & Mrs. Fred Butehorn, Jr. Ms. Courtney Butler Cafe Enterprises, Inc. Mr. Jerry Calvert Dr. & Mrs. Ernest Camp, III Mr. J. Timothy Camp C.L. Cannon & Sons, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Chris L. Cannon Mr. & Mrs. Richie Cannon Mr. & Mrs. Jay M. Cariveau Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Carlin Ms. Nancy C. Carlisle Mr. & Mrs. Alasdair K. Carmichael Carolina Canvas Co., Inc. Carolina Farm & Wildlife Supply, LLC Carolina First Bank Mr. & Mrs. Charles T. Cavalaris Ms. Andrea Lee Cavendish Mr. & Mrs. David W. Cecil, II Mr. & Mrs. John P. Cecil

Mr. & Mrs. Randall K. Chambers Mrs. Elizabeth S. Chapman Mrs. Martha Chapman Mr. & Mrs. E. Wendell Christopher Clement Lumber Co. Mr. & Mrs. Timothy L. Cleveland Ms. Sylvia J. Clyburn Mr. James D. Cobb Mr. Richard Coen Mr. & Mrs. Lewis B. Cole Ms. Margaret C. Cole Ms. Carolyn H. Coleman Colonial Asset Management, Inc. Community Foundation of Greater Greenville Ms. Ann W. Compton Dr. & Mrs. George P. Cone, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Christopher M. Connelly Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Cont Converse & Company, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Justin Converse Dr. Paul H. Cook Mr. W. M. Cooper Ms. Kari L. Copeland Mr. Walter T. Cox, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. E. Dixon Crenshaw, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Brooks M. Crenshaw Mr. & Mrs. F. Ashton Cribbs, III Ms. Jane P. Crowder Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Crowley Ms. Jane Walsh Crowley Mrs. E.E. Cubitt Mr. & Mrs. Gordon M. Darby, III Mr. & Mrs. Drury J. Darby Mr. & Mrs. Christopher N. Dekle Mr. & Mrs. Brendan M. Delaney Drs. William G. & Karen A. DeVore Mr. & Mrs. J. Richard Dillard The Dobson Tape Ministries Mr. & Mrs. John L. Donovan Mr. & Mrs. D. Scott Dotherow Ms. Ashley McKenzie Drennan Ms. Jane M. Drummond Mr. James Earl Dunagin Dunbar Construction Company, Inc. Dr. & Mrs. John F. Dunbar, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. James Dunbar Mr. James G. Dunbar Mr. John F. Dunbar Ms. Mary M. Dunbar Mr. & Mrs. Raymond A. Dunleavy, III Mr. & Mrs. Daniel F. Dunn Eagle Metals Manufacturing, Inc. Ms. Beth R. Earle Mr. & Mrs. Larry G. Easler Mr. John L. Easterling, III Mr. William F. Easterling Mr. & Mrs. W. Carrington Edmunds Mr. & Mrs. T.W. Edwards, III Mr. & Mrs. James F. Edwards, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. T. W. Edwards, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Mallory J. Edwards Mr. & Mrs. Tucker K. Edwards Mr. Mallory J. Edwards EKB, LLC Mr. T. Alexander Evins, Esq. Mr. & Mrs. J.K. Fairey, III Fairway Investments, LLC Fairwood Financial Services, LLC 2006 Annual Report • 49


gifts Finley Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine, P.A. First National Bank of Spartanburg Mr. A. Tony Fisher Dr. & Mrs. Robert E. Flandry, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Harold E. Fleming The W.R. & E.H. Floyd Foundation Larkin Floyd Mr. & Mrs. John F. Floyd Mr. & Mrs. Claus C. Foerster Mr. Caleb C. Fort Ms. Elizabeth B. Fort Mr. John R. Foster, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Philip Foster Mr. Scott C. Foster Ms. Robin A. Fuller Mr. & Mrs. Tom Fullilove Mr. & Mrs. Stephen R. Futrell Mr. & Mrs. Gale Edwin Garrett Mr. & Mrs. Homer C. Gary Cliff Gaubert State Farm Agency Ms. Jeanne H. Gauthier Mr. & Mrs. William P. Gee Mr. Richard A. Genoble, Jr. Gerhard’s Cafe Mrs. Harry H. Gibson Mr. & Mrs. Timothy J. Gilleylen Ms. Sarah E. Gomez Mr. & Mrs. Paul E. Good, III Mr. & Mrs. P. Edwin Good, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Richard H. Goodwin, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Greg D. Googer Ms. Ellen Efird Gould Gramling Brothers Mr. & Mrs. John T. Gramling, II Mr. John T. Gramling, II Mr. Will Gramling Ms. Catherine P. Gramling Mr. & Mrs. D. Benjamin Graves Mr. & Mrs. Jeremy T. Greenwell Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Gregory, Jr. Mrs. Lucy Harper Grier Mr. & Mrs. Joel R. Griffin, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Walter R. Griffin GSB Productions Dr. Robert J. Haas Mr. & Mrs. Roger Habisreutinger Mr. Charles Habisreutinger Mr. Paul Habisreutinger Drs. George Charles Haddad, Jr. Mr. Brad Hallenbeck Mr. & Mrs. Timothy C. Halligan Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Hammett, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Hammett Mr. Evan Hammett Mr. & Mrs. F. J. Hammond, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Brian S. Hammond Mr. & Mrs. John M. Hammond Mr. & Mrs. R. Wesley Hammond Mr. Wylie L. Hamrick Mr. Troy Hanna Mr. & Mrs. T. Edward Hannah Dr. John A. Harrill, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Andy Harrill Dr. & Mrs. Richard Hawkins Mr. & Mrs. Lawson Hayes, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Hosea Andrew Hayes Mr. & Mrs. Hugh A. Hayes Mrs. Zonya Helms 50 • The Spartanburg County Foundation

Hendricks & Company Hendrix Charitable Foundation Mr. Sam P. Hensley Herring Enterprises, LLC Mr. Peter Herzog Mr. & Mrs. Warren E. Hicks, Jr. Higginbotham & Nease Orthodontics, PA Mr. Robert S. Hill Ms. Amelia Pettiss Hinson HLC Properties, Inc. Hodge Carpets Mr. Thomas Russell Hodge Mr. & Mrs. Kevin T. Holder Mr. & Mrs. Robert Holland Mr. & Mrs. John M. Holmes, III Dr. Michael W. Holmes Ms. Jane Blair Holmes Mr. & Mrs. Robin D. Hood Ms. Gwendolyn T. Howell Mr. Alexander Hray, Jr., Attorney Mr. & Mrs. Paul W. Hucks Mr. & Mrs. James W. Hudgens Ms. Norma A. Hudnall Bill & Lillian Hudson Fund Mr. & Mrs. Charles D. Hudson Mr. & Mrs. William A. Hudson Mr. Jason Huesman Mr. J. Tolson Huggins O B Hunt Club Mr. Conrad C. Hurst, III Dr. & Mrs. Ron Hurst Mr. & Mrs. J. Randy Hurteau Mr. & Mrs. W. Pinckney Irwin, IV Dr. Elizabeth Arnett Jabbour Mr. & Mrs. Roddy L. Jeffers Mr. & Mrs. George Dean Johnson, Jr. Mr. Stewart H. Johnson, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. James O. Johnson Mr. & Mrs. David Greenewald Johnson Mr. & Mrs. James L. Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Karl R. Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Johnson Mr. & Mrs. T. Lane Johnson Ms. Wallace E. Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. Johnston, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. C. Roland Jones, Jr. Mr. Dick Jones Ms. Ann J. Jones Ms. Lauren F. Jones Dr. & Mrs. Julian C. Josey, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Larry Joyner Ms. Lanie M. Kabrick Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. Keck Ms. Cecilia M. Kelley Ms. Donna C. Kennedy Ms. Heidi F. Kerns Dr. & Mrs. Kyle F. Kiesau Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Killoren, Jr. Kings Row, LLC Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Knie Ms. Erika A. Kolb Mr. & Mrs. Yon Lambert Mr. D. Trent Lancaster Ms. Suzette B. Laney Mr. & Mrs. Sanders Lee Ms. Sharon M. Lee Mr. & Mrs. John H. Ligon Mr. Jerry W. Ligon

Mr. & Mrs. Demetri Evan Liollio Mr. & Mrs. Toney J. Lister Little Construction, Inc. Mr. Andrew M. Little Ms. Frances B. Little Mr. James E. Lockery, Jr. Longleaf Holdings, LLC Mr. Kelly D.H. Lowry & Rebecca Ramos Dr. & Mrs. W. Brownlee Lowry Mr. & Mrs. Brad Lowry Mr. & Mrs. Richard B. Lowry Ms. Dori B. Lukanic Mr. & Mrs. Edward B Mabry, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Sean D. Mahaney Mr. & Mrs. Douglas G. Mahon, III Mr. & Mrs. John V. Manatis Mr. & Mrs. Frank W. Manello Ms. Betty Mann Mr. & Mrs. Christian I. Marshall Mary Black Health System Mr. & Mrs. David Mason Mr. & Mrs. Lee Mason Master Machine Works, Inc. McAbee, Talbert, Halliday & Co. Mr. & Mrs. M. Anthony McAlister, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Donald H. McClure Mr. & Mrs. Allen Dean McCravy McCrory Construction Company, LLC Ms. Judith W. McGrath Mr. & Mrs. Leighton C. McLendon, III Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. McMeekin McMillan Smith & Partners Architects Mr. & Mrs. Curt McPhail Mr. & Mrs. Aaron J. Meis Ms. Laura S. Menge Merrill Lynch Mr. & Mrs. Timothy R. Metz Mr. & Mrs. J.S. Middlebrooks Mr. & Mrs. D. Byrd Miller, III Mr. & Mrs. Larry Miller, Jr. Miller/Player & Associates Mr. Robert U. Miller Mr. & Mrs. David Millinor Mr. & Mrs. W.E. Mitchell Ms. Helen Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. Walter S. Montgomery, IV Betty Ann Moore Charitable Donor Advised Fund Mr. & Mrs. Herbert B. Moore, Jr. Ms. Alexis L. Moore Ms. Anne Brady Moore Mr. & Mrs. McCall Morehead Moretex Chemical Products, Inc. Morgan Corporation Mr. & Mrs. George Moseley Ms. Karen H. Moss Mr. H. Herbert Mott Mr. & Mrs. Steven McClure Mullen, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. James Mark Mullen Ms. Merrylee A. Mullinax Ms. Susan S. Mullins Ms. Mary Ann Munn Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Murdoch, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John R. Murphy Mr. & Mrs. Don W. Myers Mr. & Mrs. Mark Myers Mr. & Mrs. Douglas B. Nash Neely’s Building Supplies Dr. & Mrs. Peter J. Neidenbach Dr. & Mrs. H. Heyward Nettles


gifts Ms. Virginia R. New Newton, Inc. Realtors Mr. & Mrs. Jack W. Newton Dr. Lydia C. Nichols Ms. Margaret L. Nixon Ms. Camille Norris Mr. & Mrs. Gary N. Obert Odom, Inc. Mrs. Verna W. Orders Orion Properties, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. S. Marshall Orr Mr. & Mrs. James P. O’Shields Mr. Harry A. Oxner Ms. Kristin L. Oxner P.A.R. Grading & Hauling, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Stanley M. Pack Ms. Janice W. Pack Mr. & Mrs. Ned Page Mrs. Anne R. Paliakoff Palmetto Appraisal Consultants, LLC Palmetto Artistic Interiors Parker Champion Construction, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Jason Patrick Pawley’s Island Lumber Company, Inc. Mr. Perry C. Peace Rebecca R. Pennell Revocable Trust Richard H. Pennell Fund Mr. & Mrs. Willie H. Pentecost Mrs. Mary Pergrem Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts Program Phifer Johnson Foundation Mr. & Mrs. F. G. Phillips, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Barry Phillips Mr. & Mrs. Craig M. Phillips Mr. Benjamin R. Pickens, III Ms. Amy Pickens Piedmont Chrysler The Piedmont Club Piedmont Honda Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. Pinson Playworks, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. John S. Poole Mr. E.L. Pooser, Jr. Ms. Patrice D. Porter Posh Threads Dr. & Mrs. Jan A. Postma, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. George W. Price, III Progressive Management Group Inc. Pulliam Investment Company, Inc. Mr. Joseph J. Pulliam, III Mr. & Mrs. Norman F. Pulliam, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. H. Ronald Pulliam Mr. & Mrs. Norman Pulliam Mr. James Quantz Ms. Jeanie P. Quantz Mr. & Mrs. Greg W. Rahm Jackson S. Dunbar Rainbow Fund Callie & John Rainey Foundation Dr. & Mrs. William L. Ramseur, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey D. Randall Ms. Evelyn Randall Mr. & Mrs. John A. Reagan, III Mr. & Mrs. Cullen Reed, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Tyler Duke Reed Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Gilbert Reese, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Glenn G. Reese Mr. & Mrs. Russell Rehkemper The Rendezvous Mr. & Mrs. John F. Renfro, Jr.

Mr. D. Pryor Rice, Jr. Ms. Erin M. Rich Richard H. Pennell Fund Mr. & Mrs. Robert P. Richardson Mr. Jon Richardson Mr. Mark S. Richardson Dr. & Mrs. Thomas L. Roberts, III Mr. & Mrs. James M. Robertson Dr. & Mrs. Thomas L. Robinson Mr. David J. Rodak Roebuck Buildings Co. Inc. Roebuck Family Dentistry, P.A. Mr. & Mrs. Mark K. Rogers Mr. & Mrs. Todd W. Rogers Mr. John M. Rogers Mr. & Mrs. Jason T. Rollins Mr. Paul Rollins Mr. & Mrs. Robert Romeiser Mr. & Mrs. William D. Rupp Dr. & Mrs. H.W. Sanford Mr. & Mrs. Olin B. Sansbury, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John C. Sansom Mr. & Mrs. Tim Satterfield Mary Ann Scott, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. G. Garrett Scott Mr. & Mrs. Jack C. Scott Mr. Matthew P. Scott Mr. & Mrs. Sam B. Shackelford, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. James W. Shaw Mr. & Mrs. Brayton R. Shirley Mr. Paul F. Shook Shred First, LLC Ms. Karen L. Shumaker Mr. & Mrs. Darwin H. Simpson Mr. & Mrs. Bobby A. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Chris T. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Steven F. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Thomas E. Smith Ms. Anne B. Smith Smoke Oil, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. W. Gladden Smoke, III Miss Addy A. Smoke Miss Sharilyn Smoke Mr. & Mrs. Jack A. Smoke Ms. Sheila H. Smoke Southeastern Roofing Co. of Spartanburg Spartan Tile Inc. Spencer/Hines Properties William A. Stafford Jewelers Mr. & Mrs. John R. State Stax Grill, Inc. Ms. Anne P. Steele Mr. & Mrs. William G. Stevens Mr. & Mrs. Roger E. Stevenson Ms. Charlotte Stone Mr. & Mrs. Christopher E. Story Mr. & Mrs. W.B. Sturgis L. Nevitte Swink Mr. & Mrs. James L. Switzer, Jr. Ms. Emily M. Tallon Mr. & Mrs. George W. Tate, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Brian Dewitt Tate Mr. & Mrs. David E. Tate Dr. & Mrs. Harold A. Taylor, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Taylor Mr. David C. Taylor Mr. Winston C. Taylor Ms. Marcia W. Taylor Ms. Frances Taylor-Rice

Mr. Steven H. Teaster Mr. & Mrs. Nick A. Theodore Ms. Mary L. Thomas Mr. & Mrs. W. Reed Tiller Tindall Corporation Mr. & Mrs. Dean Tobias Mr. George C. Todd, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Tomes Mr. & Mrs. Nate C. Toms, III Mr. & Mrs. John Traylor Dr. & Mrs. Howard W. Tucker Mr. & Mrs. William Turrentine, Jr. Mr. W. Burnham Uhler Mr. & Mrs. Robert T. Usry Mr. & Mrs. Mark L. Van Geison Vic Bailey Ford Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Voyles W. Lewis White Co., Inc. Wachovia Corporation Mr. Willard Wade Mr. & Mrs. Craig Wagner Mr. Daniel J. Wagoner Mr. & Mrs. John T. Wakefield Mr. & Mrs. Michael R. Waldrop Lemuel H. Walker, Jr. Inc. Mr. & Mrs. H. Benjamin Walpole, III The Ward Law Firm, PA Mr. & Mrs. Mark E. Ward Mr. & Mrs. William M. Webster, IV Dr. & Mrs. David F. Weir Wells & Associates, CPA, LLC The White Rabbit & Home & Garden Mr. & Mrs. John B. White, Jr. Mrs. Sara M. White Mr. Todd Whitehead Mr. & Mrs. Myles W. Whitlock, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Mark W. Wilcox Mr. & Mrs. William G. Willard, III Mr. & Mrs. Ben S. Willard Ms. Elizabeth N. Williams Ms. Jenny Williams Windsor House Windsor House West Bob Wood Investments Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Wynn, III Mr. & Mrs. Troy A. Yarborough Yeargin Potter Shackelford Construction Mr. & Mrs. Arthur W. Yex Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Young, III Mr. & Mrs. Coleman L. Young, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Mike Young Ms. Elizabeth H. Young Mr. & Mrs. Avery L. Yount Ms. Belle Zeigler Mr. & Mrs. Kurt Zimmerli Mr. & Mrs. Theodore C. Zuppa

Jackson S. Dunbar RAINBOW Fund Mr. & Mrs. W. Carrington Edmunds Mr. & Mrs. H. Daniel Foster Wallace F. Pate Fellow Man Foundation Randall, Lynn, & Russell Raines Family Fund Mr. Russell Raines The Yvonne Ravan Memorial Scholarship District One Schools of Spartanburg County

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gifts Regional Museum of History Decorative Arts Endowment Fund William Price Fund David W. Reid Playhouse Fund Mr. & Mrs. William M. Brasington, Jr. The Rosalie Memorial Music Fund of the First Presbyterian Church Mr. William G. Robertson Spartan West Rotary Club General Fund Ms. Susan Turpin Rotary Club of Spartanburg, Inc., Youth At Risk Fund Rotary Club of Spartanburg, Inc. Rotary International/District 7750 Fund Rotary International Emil Rusch Memorial Scholarship Fund Boiling Springs Homemakers Club Mr. Walter Rusch SCCF Bruce Harris Memorial Scholarship Fund Spartanburg Community College Foundation SCCF Foster & Ruth Gray Chapman Single Parent Achievement Award Spartanburg Community College Foundation Inc. United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. SCCF John Alden Squires Memorial Alumni Scholarship Fund Spartanburg Community College Foundation SCCF John C. Johnson Memorial Scholarship Spartanburg Community College Foundation SCCF M. L. Jr. & Marguerite M. Cates Faculty/ Staff Development Endowment Spartanburg Community College Foundation SCCF Mildred Harrison Dent Memorial Scholarship Fund Spartanburg Community College Foundation SCCF Todd Reynolds Memorial Scholarship Fund Spartanburg Community College Foundation SCCF Unrestricted Fund SCCF M.L. Jr. & Marguerite M. Cates Faculty/Staff Development Endowment SCCF Vic Bailey Ford ASSET Scholarship/ Resource Fund SCCF Unrestricted Fund SCCF Wallace Eppes Johnson Curriculum Enhancement Fund Rebecca R. Pennell Revocable Trust Spartanburg Community College Foundation SCCF Workman Cantrell Memorial Culinary Arts Internship Endowment Ms. Frances B. Little Mr. & Mrs. David P. Livezey Spartanburg Community College Foundation Spartanburg Community College Foundation Inc. United Way of the Piedmont, Inc.

The Katherine Scruggs Memorial Fund Mr. Tom Scruggs Dr. & Mrs. B. T. Sears, Sr. Memorial Scholarship Fund Cornerstone Baptist Church SEW-Eurodrive, Inc./Byrnes High School Athletic Scholarship Fund Sew-Eurodrive Endowment Fund of the Shepherd’s Center of Spartanburg Harry H. Gibson Family Foundation 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 City of Spartanburg Joint Concert Fund Jon Emmett & Virginia H. Shuler Fund Mr. Jon Beau Shuler Small-Fry Scholarship Fund of Cherokee County Mr. & Mrs. Joe Abernathy Ms. Dorothy A. Allen Judge Jack Allison Ms. Joan Vander Arend Mrs. Victor W. Cage Mr. & Mrs. L. Stanford Clary, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Stan Clary Mrs. Betty F. Clary Class of 1946 Mr. & Mrs. Lewis Conrad Mr. & Mrs. A. L. Curtis Environmental Monitoring Inc. of NC Mr. & Mrs. Billy R. Gibbons Ms. Sandra B. Greene Ms. Hazel M. Hubbard Mr. & Mrs. Vernon Kite Sunny W. Littlejohn Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Long Mr. & Mrs. Harry Lovelace Ms. Eleanor Miner Mrs. Elizabeth H. Phillips Mrs. Virginia M. Phillips Mrs. Gertrude Ramsey The Small-Fry Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Teague Mr. & Mrs. Nick Wells Mr. & Mrs. Richard D. Wylie The Louis & Carter Smith Family Fund Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Smith The Jennifer Leigh Smith Memorial Swimming Scholarship Fund Anonymous Ms. Virginia C. Beeks Mark & Susan Bertz Mr. & Mrs. Joseph T. Black Ms. Mary Ann Camp Mrs. Linda J. Cramer Mr. & Mrs. D.D. Dominguez Dr. & Mrs. Jerry Ferlauto

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Mr. & Mrs. Hisamichi Fujimura Mr. & Mrs. M. Dexter Hagy Mr. & Mrs. Jim M. Harbin Ms. Margaret B. Hayes Mr. & Mrs. George A. Holzberger Mr. & Mrs. Michael L. Hope Mr. & Mrs. G.A. Kelly Mrs. Betty Kelly Mrs. Pamela DeFore McArthur Dr. Joseph F. Outten Mr. & Mrs. James B. Poynton Ms. Mabel Rhodes Mr. & Mrs. Oliver T. Rogers S.C. Swimming, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Mendel D. Smith, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Michael D. Smith Mr. Michael D. Smith Mrs. Eloise B. Smith Ms. Katherine Dunlap Smith Mr. & Mrs. William P. Souther Ms. Karen Waldrop Mr. & Mrs. Hal G. Warlick, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Richard S. Webb Mr. & Mrs. Woodrow W. Whiten Ms. Carol Wickliffe Mr. & Mrs. H. Randolph Wilson Mrs. Ann Burriss Wingate

Dr. Gwendolyn M. Smith Scholarship Fund Mr. Jerry M. Wyatt South Carolina Foundation for Disabled Athletes Fund World Goalball Championships Southside Unity in the Community Fund Bahnmuller Insurance & Consulting Budweiser of Spartanburg, Inc. Carolina First Bank Mr. & Mrs. Steven M. Conover Hampton Heights Neighborhood Assoc. Ms. Beatrice Hill Mrs. Anne T. Irwin Ms. Elizabeth F. Irwin JTD, LLC KaBOOM! Mary Black Foundation SC Center for Grassroots & Community Alternatives SunTrust Bank Unique Services Spartanburg Animal Welfare League, Inc. Fund Mr. & Mrs. R. Wesley Hammond The Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce Special Fund Inman-Riverdale Foundation Leadership Spartanburg 25 Year Reunion Fund Mary Black Foundation Milliken Foundation Spartanburg Area Conservancy, Inc. (SPACE) Fund Eastside Greenway Project (SPACE) Special Fund Mr. & Mrs. Burnham Uhler Spartanburg Area Conservancy, Inc. (SPACE) Stewardship Fund The Spartanburg Area Conservancy


gifts Spartanburg County Anonymous Scholarship Fund Anonymous Spartanburg County Children’s Security Blanket Project, Inc. Fund Children’s Security Blanket Project, Inc. Spartanburg County Dist. 5 Dietrich Gaston Memorial Scholarship Fund James F. Byrnes High School Spartanburg County District 1 District 1 Schools of Spartanburg United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. Spartanburg County District 3 Student Development Fund Spartanburg County School District 3 United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. The Spartanburg County General Welfare Fund Spartanburg County General Welfare Fund Spartanburg County Historical Association Endowment Fund Ms. Eaddy Williams Hayes Pickens Roofing & Sheet Metals, Inc. Spartanburg County Livestock Producers’ Association General Fund Spartanburg County Livestock Producers Spartanburg County Medical Society Fund Dr. & Mrs. Tom T. Galt Spartanburg County Museum of Art George Ernest Burwell, Jr. Fund Ms. Eaddy Williams Hayes Mr. J. Michael Kohler, Jr. Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office Chaplain’s Benevolence Program Fund Spartanburg County Chaplain Benevolent Fund Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Spartanburg County Youth Sports Bureau Special Fund The Barnet Foundation City of Spartanburg Kapasi Glass Mart, Inc. The Spartanburg High School Baseball Fund Ms. Barbara S. Dalton Mr. & Mrs. Pete G. Diamaduros Mr. Todd A. Gullickson Mr. & Mrs. Caleb B. Jennings, III Mr. Kit Jennings Mr. & Mrs. David K. Smith Karen, Alan & Rick Tewkesbury Spartanburg High School Class of ‘44 Scholarship Fund Mr. J.M. Belue Mr. & Mrs. W. Algie Bryant Mrs. Goldie Sprouse Bryant Mrs. Nora Hull Featherston Dr. & Mrs. Tom T. Galt Ms. Blanche L. Giles Dr. & Mrs. J. Vernon Jeffords Mr. J. Wofford Locke

Spartanburg High School General Scholarship Fund United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. Spartanburg High School Jack Lawrence, Sr. Scholarship Fund Mr. Jack W. Lawrence Spartanburg High School Jesse D. Workman Spartanburg High School Class of ‘45 Memorial Scholarship Fund Scholarship Fund Mr. John A. Workman, III Mr. J. Wofford Locke Spartanburg High School Joseph G. McCracken Spartanburg High School Class of ‘46 Valedictory Scholarship Fund Scholarship Fund John F. & Katherine M. Maybank Fund of Coastal Mr. Haywood B. Bagwell Community Foundation of SC Mr. & Mrs. Orin W. Beach, Sr. Ms. Katherine M. McCracken Mr. & Mrs. Ralph A. Cannon Mr. Robert A. Harley Spartanburg High School Joseph P. & Edna B. Mr. James H. Jones, Jr. Clarke Memorial Music Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. Vincent L. Knierim Mr. & Mrs. Clark Bagwell Ms. Beverly S. Moss Ms. Dateria C. Johnson Ms. Anne D. Ratliff United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. Spartanburg High Class of ‘46 Mr. Alfred Stockdale Spartanburg High School McCracken Junior Mr. C. Downing Tait, Jr. High Beta Club Scholarship Fund Dr. & Mrs. Hal Trimmier, Jr. Spartanburg County School District 7 Dr. Hal Trimmier, Jr. Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium General Mrs. Margie B. White Mrs. Jean H. Winter Fund Mrs. Tom Young, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Jay M. Cariveau Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium Spartanburg High School Class of ‘47 Spartanburg Philharmonic Fund Scholarship Fund Spartanburg Philharmonic Music Club Mr. & Mrs. Fred O. Bartlett, Jr. Mr. Charles W. Clary Spartanburg Racing History Fund Mr. & Mrs. Eugene B. Elam Advance America Dr. & Mrs. J. Vernon Jeffords Big “O” Dodge of Greenville, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Leslie L. McMillan, Jr. Mr. Chuck Bishop Mr. & Mrs. D. C. Mitchell Carolina Cottages Construction, LLC Ms. Doris M. Rogers CarQuest Auto Parts Mr. & Mrs. David E. B. Sanders, Jr. Circle Body Shop, Inc. Dr. John H. Tillotson CMC Metal Recycling Committee to Elect Doug Smith to the South Carolina Spartanburg High School Class of ‘48 House Scholarship Fund Community South Bank & Trust Mr. & Mrs. J. M. Carlisle, Jr. Cook’s Transmission Service, Inc. Spartanburg High School Class of ‘62 Darlington Mr. Brandon S. Davis Scholarship Fund Demetre’s Gormet Grille Ms. Anne H. Malone Dixie Too Auto Parts Spartanburg County School District 7 Elite Audio Corporation Spartanburg High School Class of ‘65 Elmore Products Scholarship Fund The Flounder Fish Camp Mr. & Mrs. Charles R. Barr Freeman Gas & Electric Co., Inc. Ms. Beverly Thomas Front Street Investments, Inc. Mack Fulbright Dist Co., Inc. Spartanburg High School Class of ‘70 Goods Consulting Service Scholarship Fund H2 Construction, Inc. Dr. & Mrs. William D. Stewart Holden’s Ranch Restaurant Ideal Shoe Shop, Inc. / Shoe Town Spartanburg High School Community Ike’s Korner Grille, Inc. Services Fund Image Collision Inc. Spartanburg County School District 7 Ingrams Generator & Alternator Service Spartanburg High School Erik Hudson Neely John’s Cafe & Catering, LLC Mason’s Rods & Parts Memorial Scholarship Fund Tracy McCall Electric Anonymous Mr. & Mrs. Howard T. Miller Mr. & Mrs. Kirk W. Neely Mintz Scrap Iron & Metal Company Mr. W. M. Moore, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Thomas S. Miller, Jr. Ms. Jane T. Patterson Ms. Emily Reid Mr. & Mrs. L.F. Robertson, Jr. Spartanburg Lady Classmates, Class of ‘44 Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Grady Stewart Mr. & Mrs. George A. Wheeler, Jr.

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gifts Mr. & Mrs. Tommy Moore NAPA Auto Parts Parr 3 Automotive Inc. Parris Welding & Steel Fab, Inc. Peach Blossom Mr. David Gene Pearson Peeler & Sons, Inc. Piedmont Farm & Garden Supply Co. Piedmont Medical Supply, Inc. J.B. Russell & Son Construction Company, Inc. Sam’s Little Pigs Bar-B-Q Mr. & Mrs. Norman T. Sellars Spartanburg Martial Arts Mr. Ronnie Strange Stratatomic, LLC Thompson Bros. Exterminating Co. Tool Box Mr. Ken Turner

Spartanburg Repertory Company Virginia Ariail Rouse Fund The Spartanburg Repertory Company Spartanburg Rotary Club Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. J. Grier Bomar Spartanburg School District 3 Children’s Assistance Fund United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. Spartanburg Young Professionals (SYP) General Fund Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce The Spartanburg County Foundation General Fund Spartanburg’s 175th Anniversary, Inc. General Fund Arkwright Mills The Barnet Foundation BMW Manufacturing Corp. The Gibbs Charitable Foundation Fannie Louise Holcombe Garden Club Inman-Riverdale Foundation Johnson Development Associates Mary Black Health System Milliken Foundation NBSC Callie & John Rainey Foundation Smithwork, Inc. Spartanburg County Public Libraries Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System Symtech, Inc. USC Upstate Spartanburg’s Music Trail Fund Abby’s Grill, Inc. J. Patricia Anderson, Esq. Ms. Neva M. Anderson Mr. Gregory J. Atkins Mr. & Mrs. William D. Blackford Carolina Community Brokerage Group Coastal Commercial Brokerage Group Committee to Elect Doug Smith to the South Carolina House Community Foundation of Greater Greenville Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin H. Correll First National Bank of Spartanburg Fleming Insurance services, Inc. Ms. Patricia J. Frantz Greenville Harley Davidson

Hub City Writers Project Lancaster Distributing Company Ms. Billie H. McConnell Medforum Mr. Charles L. Moore, Jr. Ms. Louisa Raoul Moore Mr. Harry Price Pro Marketing, Inc. ROX America, LLC JM Smith Corporation Spartanburg County Historical Assoc. Spartanburg’s 175th Anniversary, Inc. General Fund Suncoast Promotions, LLC Ms. Elizabeth W. Teter Thousand Pines Company Mr. Michael d. Trammell Lemuel H. Walker, Jr. Inc.

Walter Spry Memorial Scholarship Fund Rho Chapter Pi Kappa Lambda St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church Properties Endowment Fund Dr. & Mrs. Bruce Bass, Jr. James & Helen Bean Dr. & Mrs. Joseph O. Beasley Mr. & Mrs. R. Wiley Bourne, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Thomas E. Boyce, Sr. Mrs. William E. Broadwell Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Bruce Mr. & Mrs. James V. Burchfield, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. William H. Burton, III Mrs. Penelope A. Carros Ms. Frances F. Collins Mrs. Marion W. Craven Mr. & Mrs. Jack Cribb Mr. & Mrs. Harry J. Crow Dr. & Mrs. W. Mac A. Davis Dr. & Mrs. William C. Elston Mr. & Mrs. Andrew J. Falatok Mr. & Mrs. C. Robert Faucette Mr. & Mrs. James D. Foster, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Jack M. Graham Mr. & Mrs. Cole M. Graham Mr. & Mrs. James Harper Grier Mrs. Lucy Harper Grier Ms. Wilma E. Hilgeman Mr. & Mrs. C. Harold Holland Miss Betty Hollis Ms. Beth A. Hudson Ms. Patricia S. Hurst Ms. Jane G. Johnson Mr. Charles L. Kendrick, III Mrs. Frances B. Kendrick Mr. & Mrs. Luther A. Lippert, Sr. Ms. Bess B. Marden Mr. & Mrs. Harold T. Marshall, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John A. McArthur, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Clyde A. Murchison, Jr. Ms. Virginia H. Scott Mr. Sam Mitchell Slade, Jr. Mr. Ray M. Spears, Jr. Summit Sales Group Mr. Lloyd M. Sutherland Mr. & Mrs. James Archibald Taylor Ms. Sue B. Teele Mrs. Mary Lewis Tiller Mr. & Mrs. L. Harrall Walker Ms. Kathryn A. Watts

54 • The Spartanburg County Foundation

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen O. Williams Richard & Mary Willis Mr. & Mrs. William O. Young

St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic Fund Mr. & Mrs. Robert Galloway Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Goad Mr. & Mrs. David Michael Hannon Mr. & Mrs. Win Moore Mr. & Mrs. William W. Roberts St. Paul United Methodist Church Youth Scholarship Fund Ann H. Karegeannes St. Paul United Methodist Women Thomas Mason Stokes Perpetual Care Fund United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. Strengthening Voices — Grassroots Leadership Development Fund Strengthening Voices Organizational Capacity Building Fund Mary Ellen Suitt Fund Ms. Sarah S. Miller Ms. Mary Ellen Suitt Spartanburg Area IMA Ruby Taylor Memorial Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. Harold W. Rakes Mr. & Mrs. Donald P. Reeves Mr. Mark Taylor The Bud Teaster Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. Jimmy W. Hodge Mr. & Mrs. Paul D. Petty Mr. & Mrs. T. Dewitt Smith, Jr. Mrs. Shirley Teaster Mary L. Thomas Award for Civic Leadership & Community Change Fund Anonymous Donor Anonymous Donor The Arkwright Foundation The Barnet Foundation The Tom & Joan Barnet Fund Mr. H. Walter Barre, II Ms. Laura Bauknight The Benevolent Foundation James & Carol Bradof Donor Advised Fund Mr. & Mrs. William M. Brasington, Jr. Mr. Walter Brice, III Mr. & Mrs. Edward B. Butler Mr. & Mrs. Richard Carr, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John P. Cecil Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Chapman, III Mr. & Mrs. Tyler E. Cook Council on Foundations Mr. Thomas Moore Craig, Jr. Ms. Jean S. Crow Kate & John Dargan Donor Advised Fund Mr. A. Stan Davis Mr. & Mrs. Frederick B. Dent, Jr. Ellis-Lehner Donor Advised Fund Mr. & Mrs. T. Alexander Evins Featherson Family Foundation First National Bank of Spartanburg Mr. & Mrs. Philip Foster Mrs. Elaine T. Freeman Gamma Phi Delta Sorority Mr. & Mrs. J. Thomas Grier


gifts Mr. & Mrs. Joel C. Griffin Mr. & Mrs. Roger Habisreutinger Mr. Thomas E. Hannah Dr. John A. Harrill, Jr. & Lou Ann Harrill, Family Donor Advised Fund Ms. Regina T. Hawkins Mr. & Mrs. Michael D. Henthorn Dr. & Mrs. G. B. Hodge Mr. & Mrs. William A. Hudson Donald C. Johnston, Jr. & Ann M. Johnston Family Donor Advised Fund Dr. & Mrs. Julian C. Josey, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. J. Michael Kohler, Jr. Ms. Teresa Loving McAbee, Talbert, Halliday & Co. Mr. & Mrs. Arthur H. McQueen, Jr. Ms. Sarah S. Miller Ms. Karen H. Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. Floyd Nicholson Mr. & Mrs. Scott Papst Ms. Heather Patchett Mr. & Mrs. Edward P. Perrin Mr. & Mrs. Harry R. Phillips, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John S. Poole Ms. Evelyn Randall Dr. & Mrs. F. Peter Ryan, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Mark Scott Mr. & Mrs. James W. Shaw JM Smith Corporation The Spartanburg County Foundation General Fund Ms. Sarah J. Spencer Mr. & Mrs. George Stone Mary Ellen Suitt Fund Ms. Belinda Smith Thomas Ms. Mary L. Thomas Mr. & Mrs. Fletcher Thompson The Reverend Dr. & Mrs. Clay H. Turner Walker Walker Higgins, LLC Mr. & Mrs. John B. White, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Wynn, III Mr. & Mrs. Kurt Zimmerli

Elsie G. Tinsley Memorial Fund The Charles Lea Center Foundation, Inc. Trinity UMC Building Maintenance Endowment Fund Trinity United Methodist Church Troop 1 Legacy Foundation General Fund Boy Scout Troop 1 Mr. & Mrs. J.C. Cook, III Keller & Son, Inc. Ms. Harriett C. Lazzo Mr. & Mrs. Maxey C. Lynn, Jr. Ms. Christine W. Lynn Walter Scott Montgomery Boy Scout Troop 1 Fund (Church of the Advent) Mr. & Mrs. Sam B. Shackelford, Jr. Ms. Nancy B. Tiller Mr. & Mrs. George C. Todd, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. William L. Wilson The Reverend Clay & Jane Turner St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic Endowment Fund Mr. William M. Webster, IV The Union Community Foundation General Affiliate Fund The Union Community Foundation

Union County Health Care Foundation Affiliate Administrative Fund Union County Health Care Foundation Union County Health Care Foundation Affiliate Project Fund Mr. & Mrs. A. B. Bullington, Jr. Union County Health Care Foundation Union-Laurens Commission for Higher Education General Fund Union/Laurens Commission for Higher Education United Way Reserve Money Market Account Designated Fund United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. Upstate Forever Spartanburg County General Fund Upcountry Heritage Alliance Special Fund The Visk Family Fund Dr. & Mrs. Mark Visk Walker Foundation Unrestricted Endowment Fund Walker Foundation Wallace Thomson Hospital Adult Volunteers Fund Wallace Thomson Hospital Walnut Grove Plantation Fund Mr. Henry Spann Laffitte Mary W. Walsh Charitable Fund Ms. Mary W. Walsh Vera W. & Roy Waters School District 6 Memorial Music Fund Mr. & Mrs. Charles F. Bagwell Mr. & Mrs. Brent A. Bishop Mr. & Mrs. Donald Gillespie Ms. Belva H. Keever Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Sutton United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. Billy G. Watson Scholarship Fund J. Frank Blakely Company Wellford Cemetery Association Fund Wellford Cemetery Association Susan Y. West Memorial Art Scholarship Fund Ms. Laural F. Brown Mr. & Mrs. Stanley O. West Mr. & Mrs. Wayne West Ms. Gayle K. Williams Ruby Hawkins West Memorial Scholarship Fund BMW Manufacturing Corp. Capaccio Environmental Engineering Gerod Allison Agency, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Lenard Goodwin Mr. David Goodwin Ollie H. McNeil Michelin North America, Inc. Occuhealth, Inc. Conway Rice SAK Environmental, LLC Ruby Hawkins West Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. Vada B. Williams

The Westside Library Frank P. Cyrill, Jr. & Earlene G. Cyrill Material Fund Spartanburg County Public Libraries Westside Neighborhood Association General Fund Mr. & Mrs. David Adolphson Mr. & Mrs. Lukman Alimohamed Ms. Kathy Neal- Amick Mr. & Mrs. Steven F. Anderson Mr. & Mrs. James T. Arlington Mr. & Mrs. John L. Armstrong, III Mr. & Mrs. Eduardo Jesus Arroyo Mr. & Mrs. Ralph E. Bagwell, Jr. Ms. Dale P. Bessent Mr. & Mrs. Rick Bingner Karen & Mark Bjelland Mr. & Mrs. James A. Bleiler Mr. Tyler D. Bolden Mr. & Mrs. R.J. Boyle Mr. & Mrs. Phillip Bridges Mr. Marvin Lee Bright Mr. S.C. Brockman Mr. & Mrs. Eckhard Brose Mr. & Mrs. Alton Layne Brown Mr. & Mrs. Hugh D. Brown Mr. Brian C. Brunson Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan Bryant Mr. & Mrs. Ronnie H. Byers Mr. & Mrs. James E. Campbell Mr. & Mrs. David B. Cash Mr. & Mrs. Chon Ki Chang Dr. & Mrs. Darren C. Chapman Dr. & Mrs. Suneet & Laurie Chauhan Mr. & Mrs. Denis P. Cich City Range Steakhouse Grill Ms. Tina Collier Mr. & Mrs. Steven M. Conover Mr. & Mrs. Mark A. Coomes County of Spartanburg Mr. & Mrs. Carl H. Craig Ms. Jean S. Crow Mr. Ray Damani Ms. Helene Davieds Mr. & Mrs. Ernesto L. DeGuzman, Jr. Mr. Dennis Dennerlein Mr. & Mrs. David L. Dennis Mr. & Mrs. David Depratter Mr. & Mrs. J. Richard Dillard Mr. & Mrs. John Dixon Mr. & Mrs. John L. Donovan Mr. & Mrs. Larry H. Dugan Mr. & Mrs. L. Russell Easler, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. J.D. Edwards Mr. & Mrs. Andrew D. Eiss Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Ellis Ms. Ana Maria Espana Evangelistic Association Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Roger D. Ezell Mr. Shukriyyah M. Fareed Mr. & Mrs. Steven A. Farmer Finley Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine, P.A. Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Michael Ford Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Foster Freewheelers of Spartanburg, Inc. Stephen & Liz Frey Mr. & Mrs. Mukesh Gandhi Mr. & Mrs. Reginald W. Geck 2006 Annual Report • 55


gifts Mr. & Mrs. Gregory L. Gibson Mr. Joe Gibson Dr. & Mrs. Bang N. Giep Ms. Linda K. Ginn Dr. & Mrs. Charles L. Glace Mr. & Mrs. Marcos Gomez The Great Escape Mr. & Mrs. Bob E. Gregory Mr. & Mrs. Leo J. Grein Mrs. Verna Gribbin Mr. & Mrs. John D. Groves Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Handell Mr. & Mrs. Andrew M. Harris Mr. & Mrs. Aaron F. Harrison Ms. Karen Hart Mr. & Mrs. Steven D. Hawkins Mr. & Mrs. Rick Hennecy Mr. & Mrs. Michael D. Henthorn Mr. & Mrs. Rick M. Higgins Vonnie Hopkins Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Jank Ms. Betty Jarrett Ms. Janet L. Johnson Dr. Lynne M. Koch Mr. & Mrs. Arthur T. Krebs Mr. Roger N. Kreuzer Mr. & Mrs. David Kusher Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Lagnese Mr. & Mrs. Sidney A. Landers Mr. & Mrs. Tom Lathan Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Lawrence Mr. & Mrs. Rick F. Lee Mr. & Mrs. Timothy A. Lehrer Mr. & Mrs. James T. Leopard Ms. Dorothy D. Leslie Mr. Mark A. Lijewski Mr. & Mrs. Jamie Lominack Mr. & Mrs. Gou Gao Mak Mr. & Mrs. Paul Edward Mannion Ms. Jane W. Marlow Mr. & Mrs. Frederick E. Marsh, III Chris Martin Mr. & Mrs. E.P. Martin Mary Black Foundation Mr. John S. Mason Mr. & Mrs. John S. Mason McCormick, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Christopher S. McGarr Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Mehnert Dr. Rico Vicente I. Mendoza Mr. & Mrs. Donald D. Miles Milliken & Company Abbas & Zulekha Ali Mohammed Ms. Stephanie D. Monroe Mr. & Mrs. Josiah Reynolds Neave Mr. & Mrs. Matthew A. Nelson Mr. & Mrs. Joel Neuder Mr. & Mrs. Roberto Nunez Mr. & Mrs. Steven G. Oliphant Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. O’Reilly Mr. & Mrs. Dennis O’Rourke Mr. & Mrs. Raymond C. Orzechowski Mr. & Mrs. William Palmer Palmetto Conservation Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Stephen O. Parker Mr. David Parks Jean E. Parrino, D.D.S. Mr. & Mrs. Asim Pati 56 • The Spartanburg County Foundation

PIMA, LLC Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. Pinson Mr. & Mrs. Wayne D. Plylar Poinsett Homes, LLC Ms. Deborah Porter Mr. & Mrs. Ernesto Potes Mr. William O. Pressley, Jr. Rev. & Mrs. Tommy E. Quick Mr. Anthony J. Raffo, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Richard B. Reinhardt, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John W. Rekers Restaurant Dante Mr. & Mrs. Don Revell Mr. & Mrs. Arthur L. Rogers Elvira Roman Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey W. Rosenlund Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Rourke Mr. & Mrs. Drew Rowe Ms. Joyce B. Ruth Mr. Hanna Sahhar & Ms. Dora Elizondo Mr. & Mrs. Norm Schuessler, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Frank P. Scordilis Mr. & Mrs. Wallace J. Seay Shadowlakes Property Owners Association, Inc. Ms. Astrid Simon Mr. & Mrs. Udo O. Skarke Dr. & Mrs. Steven J. Smiley Mr. Billy R. Smith Ms. Polly O. Smith Southern Wood Piedmont Company The Spartanburg County Foundation General Fund Spartanburg Periodontics, PA Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Spatz Stravolo & Company, P.A. Sunliner Rapid Lube, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. George Sykes Mr. & Mrs. Hollis B. Taylor Ms. Mary L. Thomas Mr. David A. Thompson Ulrich & Audra Tombuelt Mr. & Mrs. John W. Turner Mr. & Mrs. William Gregg Turner Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Tyler Ms. Annamaria Tynan Diane C. Vecchio Mr. Victor Voigt Mr. & Mrs. Benny A. Waddell

Robert Walden Construction Mr. & Mrs Michael A. Ward Mr. & Mrs. Herbert H. Welsch Mr. & Mrs. David E. White Ms. Jo Ann C. Whitt Mr. & Mrs. Martin Wildeman Ms. Anne G. Williams Willowbrook Homeowners Association Dr. & Mrs. D.J. Wilton Woodridge Association, Inc. Mr. Jiannong Xu & Ms. Qiong He Mr. & Mrs. Troy A. Yarborough Mr. David Zabriskie Mr. & Mrs. Gary M. Zara

The Melba J. Wheeler Memorial Scholarship Fund United Way of the Piedmont, Inc. The Ben S. & Kathy C. Willard Family Fund Mr. & Mrs. Ben S. Willard Harry & Betsy Williams Fund Mr. & Mrs. Harry Williams, Jr. Zane Thomas Williams Memorial Scholarship Fund Ms. Debra J. Allen Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey A. Deal Mr. & Mrs. Eugene C. Dubois Ms. Peggy M. Hembree Ms. Cheryl F. Lawson Ms. Anne Page Irwin Lee Mr. & Mrs. Thomas C. Manoski, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Mason Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth T. McGill Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. McGrath, III Ms. Rhonda T. Norris Mr. & Mrs. Johnny Perry Mr. & Mrs. Wayland Powell Mr. Charles H. Price Ms. Rachel R. Quinn Mr. & Mrs. Alan Stepp Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Whitman Woodruff High School Athletic Alumni Assoc. Scholarship Fund Woodruff High School Athletic Alumni Association

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Sally Foster congratulates John Dargan at the 2007 Annual Meeting as the Board of Trustees showed their appreciation for his 10 years of leadership at The Spartanburg County Foundation.

The Board of Trustees salutes John Dargan for 10 years of extraordinary service.

Summary of Notable Accomplishments during the 10-year period • In 1997, the foundation’s total assets were $46,332,000, they are now $90,949,558. This reflects a 96% growth during this ten-year period. • Total funds have grown from 372 in 1997 to 762 in 2006. • Total contributions for this period are $69,800,442. (The total contributions for the 63 year history of the foundation are 95.2 million.) • Total grants for this period are $53,034,222. (The total grants for the 63 year history of the foundation are 71.1 million.) • Total Investment income is $51,059,616 from 1997-2006.


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The Spartanburg County Foundation a community foundation

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