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LIVE UNITED | GIVE UNITED ®

2018–2019 Philanthropy and Impact Report

Trident United Way


TABLE OF CONTENTS Greetings.................................................... 1

MISSION

Trident United Way is a catalyst for measurable community transformation through collective impact in education, financial stability and health.

Board of Directors....................................... 2 Committees................................................ 3 Financials................................................... 4 Because of You........................................... 5 Program and Partner Outcomes................... 6 Community Tools and Systems.................... 7 Education.................................................... 8 Financial Stability...................................... 12 Health....................................................... 16 Volunteer Engagement............................... 20 Community Engagement Grants................. 21 Funding Cycle Highlights........................... 22

VISION

Our Tri-County region is extraordinary! It is engaged, inclusive and thriving, and demands a high-quality educational system and economic conditions to eliminate the cycle of poverty, inspire graduation and foster lifelong good health. All residents achieve their highest potential. Individuals, organizations and institutions are aligned and commit their human and financial resources to ensure this quality of life.

COLLECTIVE IMPACT is an innovative and structured approach to making

collaboration work through government, business, philanthropy, nonprofit organizations and engaged citizens to achieve significant and lasting social change. Trident United Way applies the discipline of collective impact by acting as the backbone organization for initiatives in education, financial stability and health. There are five key conditions that produce true collaboration and alignment leading to powerful results:

TUW Community Investments.................... 23 Tocqueville Society.................................... 25 Palmetto Society....................................... 34 Donor Networks........................................ 46 A Toast to Chris Kerrigan........................... 48 Legacy Society.......................................... 49 Corporate Partners.................................... 50 Over The Edge........................................... 52 Benefactors.............................................. 53

Graphic Design by Corie Hipp, The Corinne Company Impact story photography by Paul Cheney, Paul Cheney Photography, Lynn Mitchell Lind, Town & Country Photography for Help Me Grow SC

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A “BACKBONE” COORDINATING ORGANIZATIONS

OPEN AND CONTINUOUS COMMUNICATIONS

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A COMMON AGENDA FOR CHANGE

COLLECTIVE IMPACT 2 SHARED MEASUREMENT FOR DATA & RESULTS

3 MUTUALLY REINFORCING ACTIVITIES


DEAR FRIENDS, We feel extremely fortunate to live and work in the incredible Tri-County region. Why? Because the citizens of our region consistently devote their energies, expertise and philanthropic support to those who need it most. The generous spirit of our region continues to grow and be harnessed for the social good. UNITED, our philanthropic efforts supported our shared goals and empowered 178,000 people to grow — and with greater independence and stability. Thanks to the outstanding support we received from the community, Trident United Way provided more than $6.9 million in investments in the community to serve individuals and families and further fuel the missions of many nonprofit partners serving across our region. As you can conclude from these results and the numerous successes detailed in this 2018–2019 Philanthropy and Impact Report, donors like you have helped to produce a stronger, more UNITED community. As we begin a new cycle of investments, we know our work remains no less urgent. In fact, it is imperative that we continue the Trident United Way tradition of consequential work UNITED with our partners to address myriad unmet needs. They can’t do it alone, and neither can we. A strong Trident United Way, supported by the community, is allowing us to: • Improve children’s educational outcomes by starting with family supports continuing through school-age years, ensuring students will graduate prepared for employment or higher education; • Build pathways for accessing and sharing community tools that break down barriers to financial stability; and • Create a healthier community by making it easier for partners to work and serve our citizens together. We know the residents of Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester are up to the challenge. Last year, we were honored to partner with more than 19,700 donors, 206 companies, 400 agencies and 6,900 volunteers. As we deepen these relationships and establish new ones, we are confident that even greater resiliency will be achieved for those we serve through our unique brand of collaboration. Thank you for the vital role you play in our constant responsibility to lift up our entire community. As we continue our journey to build a stronger, more successful community, we remain humbled that you have chosen to join us. With gratitude and respect,

SINCE 1944 For 75 years, Trident United Way has served the Tri-County region by continually reimagining how to best serve our citizens, maintaining our relevance - as new eras bring new challenges - by partnering with generations of donors and organizations. However, we have never reimagined the expectations and aspirations of our founders. Their goal to serve the public

Chloe Knight Tonney President & CEO Trident United Way

Bob Fei 2018-2019 Board Chair President & CEO Life Cycle Engineering, Inc.

good has guided us for more than seven decades – and as the accomplishments and partnerships highlighted in this publication illustrate – they guide us to this day.

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2018–2019 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Bob F. Fei Board Chair Life Cycle Engineering, Inc. Fleetwood S. Hassell Incoming Board Chair The Bank of South Carolina P.J. Browning Immediate Past Chair The Post and Courier Steve K. Polston Audit Chair AstenJohnson Frank Bullard Campaign Chair BB&T Brad R. Davis Community Impact Chair Community Volunteer Kenneth F. Smith Finance Chair Womble Bond Dickinson (US) LLP Jesse C. Dove Investment Committee Chair Investment Advisory Center Elizabeth Rogers Marketing & Communications Chair Chernoff Newman Dan P. Mooney Strategic Planning Chair Boeing South Carolina Wendy M. Brewer Wells Fargo Private Bank

Patrick J. Cawley M.D. Medical University of South Carolina

Karen E. Nelson HCA South Atlantic Division

Sara E. DeWolf Community Volunteer

Kristen L. Olson Extra Space Storage

Rebecca J. Engelman Select Health of South Carolina

Marcela Rabens Universal Latin News

Charles Gainer Publix Super Markets, Inc.

Tim B. Sease South State Bank

Tim A. Grow Elliott Davis

Reeves Skeen First Citizens Bank

Carolyn D. Hunter C&A Unlimited, Inc.

Don Smith, Jr. African American Leadership Council Chair Hendrick Automotive Group

Dr. Eddie Ingram Berkeley County School District Bill Kessinger KapStone Paper and Packaging Corp. Adolph Lanza Robert Bosch, LLC Ken W. Lott III Santee Cooper Ashley B. Mancini Young Philanthropists Society Chair Enterprise Holdings Vanessa Turner Maybank City of Charleston Janine M. McManus Sonepar USA Barbara L. Melvin SC State Ports Authority

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Steve Swanson Community Volunteer Peter J. Tecklenburg Charleston County Government Bill J. Turner III Dominion Energy Kathryn B. Whitaker Women United Chair Calibrate Legal Michael Wilson Ingevity


Steve Polston, Chair Bob Fei Kenneth Smith

CAMPAIGN CABINET COMMITTEE Frank Bullard, Chair Henry Blackford Robert Bradham John Darby Randy Domikis Sonia Hanson John Harvey Fleetwood Hassell Bill Kessinger Tom Leonard Manny Lovgren Michael Samuel Peter Tecklenburg Teresa Vaughn

COMMUNITY IMPACT COMMITTEE Brad Davis, Chair Marcus Bryant Natasha Chatman Graeme Coetzer Patricia Ferguson Germone Gadsden Dwayne Green Courtney Howard Barbara Kelley-Duncan Caroline Mauldin Dr. James McElligott Arnold Singleton Cindi Solomon

FINANCE COMMITTEE Ken Smith, Chair Christopher Glenn Shawan Gillians Jim Gray Tim Grow Fleetwood Hassell Stephanie Henry Mark Lewis Nicole Santanna Tim Sease Portia Sisk Dawson Smith

INVESTMENT COMMITTEE

PUBLIC POLICY COUNCIL

Jesse Dove, Chair Wendy Brewer Stacy Cannon Kari Davids Ben DeWolf Hugh C. Lane, Jr. Reeves Skeen Larry Tarleton

Dwayne Green, Chair Rita Berry Bryan Boroughs Sara DeWolf Don Gordon Cammy Groome Ben Hagood Jenny Horne Shayna Howell Anna Hamilton-Lewin Naomi Lett Bernia Mazyck Charles Patrick Jennie Stephens Kathryn Whitaker

NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE P.J. Browning, Chair Frank Bullard Sara DeWolf Bob Fei Tim Grow Fleetwood Hassell Carolyn Hunter Francis Johnson Vanessa Turner Maybank Marcela Rabens Reeves Skeen Mary Thornley, Ed. D. Anita Zucker

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STRATEGIC PLANNING COMMITTEE Dan Mooney, Chair Thomas Bailey Mollie Gore Jim Gray Shelby Greene Grayson King Kellee McGahey Barbara Melvin Elizabeth Rogers David Womersley Ed Woodcock

2018–2019 COMMITTEES

AUDIT COMMITTEE


EVERY DOLLAR: YOUR INVESTMENT MATTERS

FINANCIALS

Throughout the 2017—2018 fiscal year, Trident United Way mobilized more than $9 million of your investments to make real impact in our community through a combination of program investments, integrated community systems and collective impact grants. Program investment decisions are made by the Trident United Way Board of Directors at the recommendation of a committee of community volunteers.

TOTAL REVENUE & INCOME

TOTAL EXPENSES

$9,293,435

$9,044,772

13%

10% 84%

15%

6%

64% 6%

2%

CAMPAIGN $7,815,661

INVESTMENTS IN OUR COMMUNITY 64%–Program Services $5,759,570 goes directly towards the mission of TUW 13%–Donor-Directed Giving $1,185,173 specific gifts directed by donors to other nonprofits

INVESTMENT & OTHER $953,813 GRANTS $523,961

SUPPORTING SERVICES $2,100,029 15%–Fundraising $1,390,706 6%–General & Administrative $527,698 2%–Building Expenses $181,625

*For additional financial information please see the 2O17 Audited Financial Statement by visiting www.tuw.org/financial-reports

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BECAUSE OF YOU

Your support of Trident United Way makes all this possible. From the AmeriCorps program, to Day of Action, to Read Across America Day and many other volunteer opportunities YOU are engaged in our community!

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2018–2019 TRIDENT UNITED WAY PROGRAM AND PARTNER OUTCOMES EDUCATION Students enrolled in after school programs funded by TUW received

42,774 HOURS

of academic enrichment.

1,430 STUDENTS

participating in education & social-emotional programs funded by TUW showed regular school attendance, missing fewer than five school days.

88% OF STUDENTS

enrolled in TUW after school math enrichment programs earned a grade of C or better on their end of year exams.

137,922 BOXES OF FOOD

were distributed to students without consistent access to meals on the weekend thanks to TUW's grantee, Lowcountry Food Bank.

FINANCIAL STABILITY 5,516,077 LBS OF PRODUCE distributed to communities that typically do not have access to fresh fruits and vegetables.

HEALTH 667 INDIVIDUALS

acquired health insurance thanks to screenings and enrollment activities provided by five TUW grantee programs.

1,751 INDIVIDUALS

10,398 INDIVIDUALS

received basic needs assistance from eight grantee programs. Includes: finding permanent housing, paying bills, access to food & emergency shelter.

Seven TUW grantee programs enrolled

1,672 INDIVIDUALS in financial education courses that helped them create a budget, open a bank account and plan for emergencies.

499 INDIVIDUALS

participated in credit counseling programs funded by TUW and improved their credit scores, making them better able to apply for an apartment, mortgage or auto loan.

received assistance paying for their prescription medication through TUW funded health and wellness programs.

3,999 INDIVIDUALS

received dental treatment accounting for 13,025 dental services including standard cleanings, fillings and/or dentures, valued at $1,539,995, provided at low or no cost.

150,724 INDIVIDUALS received services to treat or prevent chronic diseases including diabetes, high blood pressure and COPD.


3,341

3,364

applications for work support and benefits completed through The Benefit Bank application tool.

FREE state and federal tax returns filed in the Tri-County.

211

24,595 referrals Top caller need:

$4,674,713 estimated in refunds through filings at Trident United Way affiliated tax sites.

CharityTracker A TUW investment in a system offered free to partners to coordinate services between providers.

A one-stop resource for finding assistance in the Tri-County area.

11,299 calls

The Benefit Bank is a web-based system that allows counselors to help clients apply for multiple resources during a single interview.

320 organizations using CharityTrackerTM

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$1,444,819 in monetary assistance

RESOU

RCES

14,840 households with a total of 28,492 members were assisted

utility assistance

Trident United Way’s AmeriCorps program assists in meeting basic needs and increasing financial literacy throughout the Tri-County region. AmeriCorps members build capacity for the organizations they work with to provide financial stability services directly to clients. During their 2018–2019 term, Trident United Way’s 17 AMERICORPS MEMBERS: •

provided basic needs/crisis mitigation services to 825 families.

assisted 1,424 clients access benefits and work supports.

filed 1,296 federal and state tax returns for FREE.

They were placed at 10 partner agencies and 12 elementary schools to serve. FY 2018-2019 TRIDENT UNITED WAY | page 7

TUW SPONSORED COMMUNITY TOOLS AND SYSTEMS

SC THRIVE–THE BENEFIT BANK


TRIDENT UNITED WAY CONNECTION Reading Partners mobilizes communities to provide students with the proven, individualized reading support they need to read at grade level by fourth grade. They place volunteers in low-income schools to help students master basic reading skills.

EDUCATION

“Being able to read is a game changer for these students.” Stephen Hanson, Reading Partners tutor

S

aquaya Denoto entered kindergarten at Memminger Elementary School last year knowing only about half of the alphabet. Thanks to dedicated Reading Partners tutor Stephen Hanson, Saquaya has come a long way.

Stephen became a volunteer two years ago. He worked one-on-one last year with Saquaya, helping her learn the alphabet and then sound out letters and eventually words. He shared how it was impactful for him to see the lightbulb go off, and to note where she started and the progress she made. On a summertime trip to the library, Saquaya picked out a book and was reading! Knowing how much her child’s reading had improved, Saquaya’s mom couldn’t be prouder. We work together in our community to make sure that all children have the tools they need to be successful in school and beyond.

“All my kids love to read. All my kids are reading. They struggled at first, but they got it.” - Ms. Denoto, Saquaya’s mom

“If kids aren’t getting the basics of education, you can’t expect them to excel and go on.” - Stephen Hanson


“Steve did a good job of keeping Saquaya engaged and keeping it fun. That’s a great quality for tutors to be able to work with students in a way they can learn.” - Anastasia Bodea Crisan, Reading Partners Site Coordinator

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IMPACT: EDUCATION

TRI-COUNTY READING BY THIRD PROJECT (RB3)

1,907 students were taught by RB3 during the 2018-2019 school year. 12 schools across 4 districts had RB3 trained educators in classrooms. Approximately 165 educators have been trained by the University of Florida

Literary Initiative (UFLI) for year 1 and year 2 of Tri-County Reading by Third Project.

YEAR 1 AND YEAR 2 OUTCOMES Struggling readers typically make 0.6 years of reading growth, even with remediation. Those same struggling readers who participated in the Tri-County RB3 Project make an additional 0.5 years of reading growth above and beyond their typical progress.

TRUE PARTNERSHIP All four local districts are working collaboratively, sharing ideas and resources. Three districts joined forces for a combined UFLI training so that new and returning teachers could benefit from the knowledge prior to the start of the 2019-2020 school year.

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During 2018–2019, The Kindergarten Readiness Network, led by its guiding team and representative of over 40 organizations in the region, further developed a guiding framework that supports improved Kindergarten readiness outcomes in the Tri-County. This framework will guide future catalytic projects and activities that lead to results and positive systems-level change.

STRIVE TOGETHER LEADERSHIP PROJECT ACT

PLAN

STUDY

DO

PLAN-DO-STUDY-ACT CYCLE

Strive Together Leadership Project (STLP) is an opportunity for learning that will be integrated into the Kindergarten Readiness Network. Trident United Way, Tri-County Cradle to Career Collaborative, Father to Father Inc. and Metanoia are leading an innovative project in the Chicora/Cherokee/Accabee communities using a lens of equity with the goal that all children are ready for Kindergarten. Using the Plan-Do-Study-Act Cycle (PDSA) to focus on systems of support of children from birth to age five, the project focuses on authentic communication and engagement with families, strengthening the relationship between systems leaders and families and dispelling myths about family engagement. The PDSA cycles are ongoing and have included parent/caregiver interviews, systems leaders’ interviews and surveys to drive strategy.

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IMPACT: EDUCATION

KINDERGARTEN READINESS NETWORK


FINANCIAL STABILITY

TRIDENT UNITED WAY CONNECTION Lowcountry Food Bank leads the fight against hunger in our community.

AmeriCorps is a service-term opportunity program that helps communities address locally-defined challenges by mobilizing America’s greatest asset, its citizens.

Ingevity sponsors Fresh For All markets on the first Tuesday of every month. Employees enjoy rolling up their sleeves to help those in need.

“Our goal is to fill in the gap for folks who might not have enough to eat at home.” -Alicia Duffany, food strategy manager at Lowcountry Food Bank

A

meriCorps member Jackie Grant recalled a young woman’s first visit to a Fresh For All market stop. Recently separated from her abusive husband, the mother of three moved in with her grandmother after her job was downsized and she was evicted from her apartment. The young woman was skeptical, but decided to check out a Fresh For All distribution site in Charleston County. She was pleasantly surprised and grateful for the food support when her resources were so limited. Grant recalled how tough it is for people who don’t have transportation and can only shop at convenience stores where their dollars won’t stretch to include fresh fruits and vegetables. More than 7% of Tri-County area families live more than 1 mile from a grocery store in urban areas and more than 10 miles from a grocery store in rural areas. Together, we are working to ensure we can meet the basic needs of everyone in the Tri-County community.

“As food banks, we want to focus on providing not just emergency food systems, but opportunities for clients to make healthy choices.” -Alicia Duffany, food strategy manager at Lowcountry Food Bank


“People often say ‘nothing is free,' but at Fresh For All, we tell them everything is free and that they can have a great meal and not have to worry about what their children are going to eat.” - Jackie Grant, Trident United Way AmeriCorps member

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IMPACT: FINANCIAL STABILITY

FINANCIAL STABILITY

Trident United Way's efforts are aligned to driving systems-level change by providing tools and services free of charge to any community partners, including nonprofit and faith-based organizations, for better coordination of financial stability services.

WHAT WE DO • Apply a Financial Stability Framework • Ensure Tri-County residents have necessary support

Step 1 ADDRESS BASIC NEEDS

Step 2 INCREASE BASIC SKILLS

Step 3 INCREASE INCOME

Step 4 INCREASE SAVINGS

Step 5 GAIN AND SUSTAIN ASSETS

FINANCIAL EDUCATION

HOW WE DO IT Connect the community by providing free: • Capacity-building tools • Vital services • Systems of support

Trident United Way

THRIVE HUB

Access to benefits, taxes and financial education

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1,379

Individuals Served

3,365 Financial Stability Services

39% BASIC NEEDS STABILIZATION 2% BUILDING BASIC SKILLS 22% TOOLS & TECHNOLOGY ACCESS 37% INCREASE INCOME, SAVINGS & GAIN ASSETS

RESOURCE CONNECTION CENTER

Trident United Way

Trident United Way Resource Connection Centers (previously known as the Prosperity Centers) are located in Berkeley and Dorchester counties and address needs across the Financial Stability Framework.

During fiscal year 2018—2019, $38,965 of financial assistance was located for clients.

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IMPACT: FINANCIAL STABILITY

2018-2019 PROSPERITY CENTER IMPACT


TRIDENT UNITED WAY CONNECTION Help Me Grow South Carolina works to improve developmental screening rates for children 5½ years and under.

HEALTH

Charleston County Public Library connects our diverse community to information, fosters lifelong learning and enriches lives.

L

ibraries can be a magical place for children, and one of the most magical times is storytime. You can feel the excitement when you walk into a room full of toddlers and preschoolers captivated by someone enthusiastically reading a classic children’s book. And now, thanks to a partnership with Help Me Grow South Carolina, when they come to storytime, children also can be observed for social and emotional skills, communication skills, learning and movement or physical development that could affect their ability to have a successful future. During Read, Rattle and Roll, children enjoy fun and interactive play areas focused on learning, behavior and development. Parents learn how these interactions stimulate their child’s development and complete a short questionnaire that will help identify their child’s strengths or areas where extra support may be needed. The screening results are sent to care coordinators who review them and follow up with parents if there is an area that warrants monitoring or further evaluation. This partnership makes perfect sense, and is another way for libraries to add value to the local community. We work together in our community to proactively identify and address barriers that can hinder the ability of our children to grow up healthy and reach their full potential.

“We’re excited to keep this going. It’s so important. There are always going to be babies and toddlers, so there’s always going to be a need for this.” Devon Andrews, library programming manager, Charleston County Public Library


“This affects everything. In South Carolina, kids are not ready for school. Providing ongoing screening and connection to services for those kids who need extra support is critical so they can arrive at school ready to learn.” - Tiffany Howard, program coordinator for Help Me Grow South Carolina

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IMPACT: HEALTH

October 30, 2018 marked the release of Our Health, Our Future: Tri-County Health Improvement Plan 2018-2023, the first comprehensive health improvement plan in our region providing concrete recommendations and action steps for improving health outcomes. More than 80 volunteers representing 60 organizations invested approximately 2,300 hours in creating the Tri-County Health Improvement Plan (TCHIP), which the network is now bringing to life. South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control served as the technical assistance provider for the development of the plan, and actively supports the implementation of many identified recommendations and action steps. Health care providers, nonprofit and service providers and local government organizations can find comprehensive information and technical action steps in the TCHIP. The Community Action Guide, a companion to the more technical TCHIP, was developed as a resource for individuals, civic and social groups and organizations to advocate, educate and lend support towards the execution of the TCHIP.

HELPING THE PLAN COME TO LIFE 139 active participants representing 68 organizations 42,431 volunteer hours 49 working meetings Nearly $1.1 million estimated value of time contributed by workgroup participants* * Hours and dollars calculated on Independent Sector model.

To download a copy of the full TCHIP or Community Action Guides, visit healthytricounty.com/tri-county-improvement-plan.

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Launched in April 2019, Find Your Fit is an interactive, community-driven lifestyle campaign designed to empower local community members and businesses to improve the health and well-being of themselves and the people they hold dear. The Find Your Fit campaign supports Healthy Tri-County in achieving recommendations outlined in the Tri-County Health Improvement Plan (TCHIP.) From April to October, individuals and local businesses were encouraged to take action to address one of the five health priorities of the TCHIP using the easy to follow ‘Take Action Guides’ provided. Visit healthytricounty.com/find-your-fit to learn more about our local champions. TRIDENT UNITED WAY | page 19

IMPACT: HEALTH

In January 2019, Healthy Tri-County received a three-year grant from The Duke Endowment to help improve health in Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester counties. Healthy Tri-County is now one of 20 coalitions across the Carolinas participating in The Duke Endowment’s initiative, Healthy People, Healthy Carolinas (HPHC). HPHC promotes behavior changes that address chronic issues such as unhealthy weight, diabetes and heart disease by increasing physical behavior and nutrition. Local coalitions involve leaders from a wide spectrum of community organizations in developing ways to engage residents in improving their health.


VOLUNTEER ENGAGEMENT

VOLUNTEER ENGAGEMENT In 2018-2019, Trident United Way united thousands of volunteers to engage in impactful service projects at 191 local agencies and schools.

6,728 volunteers Completed 383 projects For a total of 30,735 hours of service companies found a way to give back 171 while fostering teamwork

The time and skills contributed by TUW volunteers saved our community

more than $341,450

228 volunteers and business leaders served on our Board, Committees and Review Councils as thought-leaders advancing our mission.

Santee Cooper volunteers landscape around Berkeley Middle School on TUW’s Day of Caring in November 2018.

TUW launched its newest volunteer offering, kit assembly projects, this year. Volunteers from the College of Charleston athletic department assembled 1,000 snack pack and hygiene kits as part of their Cougars Day of Service in December 2018.

A member of the Charleston Area Senior Center plays tic-tac-toe on UWW Day of Action 2019.

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In addition to program investments and other funding, Trident United Way’s Community Engagement grants also provided support for organizations in the 2016-2019 funding cycle. Community Engagement grants are smaller, time-limited grants awarded twice per year. They are aimed at building engagement and awareness for the purpose of advancing the work of partner organizations in education, financial stability and health.

JULY 1, 2017 – JUNE 30, 2018 COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT GRANT RECIPIENTS Approximately $45,000 granted through 13 agencies 475 agency volunteers generated 4,144 individuals served through the activities • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Accessibility* Bridges for End of Life* Charleston Area Senior Citizens Services Charleston County First Steps Charleston Legal Access* Charleston Promise Neighborhood Florence Crittenton Lowcountry Food Bank Origin SC Our Lady of Mercy Outreach Palmetto Project* Pro Bono Legal Services Reading Partners

Charleston Promise Neighborhood’s 5th annual Social Studies Bowl- 280 students attended with teams of 2nd through 5th graders. Skills practiced and learned before the event were: 1) teamwork, 2) study habits, 3) commitment and sacrifice, 4) following the rules and 5) decision-making.

JULY 1, 2018 – JUNE 30, 2019 COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT GRANT RECIPIENTS Approximately $25,000 granted through six agencies 491 agency volunteers generated 8,059 individuals served through the activities • • • • • •

Children's Museum of the Lowcountry* Dorchester Seniors Lowcountry Food Bank Mental Health Heroes Pattison's Academy* Youth Empowerment Services

The conference for Mental Health Heroes featured vendor exhibits, world-renowned mental health speakers and musical performances.

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COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT GRANTS

INVESTMENTS: COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT GRANTS


2019–2022 FUNDING CYCLE HIGHLIGHTS

On April 23, 2019, Trident United Way announced grant offers to 19 agencies delivering 35 programs across Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester counties for the Program Investment and Basic Needs Grant Pools totaling $1.2 million for the start of the 2019–2022 investment cycle. This application was open and highly competitive, attracting a diverse and well qualified pool of applicants. • Six agencies received an increase in grant dollars as compared to 2016-2019 grant cycle. • Six agencies received grants in both program and basic needs investment funding pools.

Collective Impact Accelerator Investment

THANK YOU to

trained volunteers and subject matter experts providing thought leadership

Program Investments Grants

Basic Needs Grants

REVIEW & DECISION-MAKING OBJECTIVES

Community Engagement Grants advance regionally balanced investment portfolio ensure effective use of precious community philanthropy

WHAT WE BELIEVE STATEMENTS Summarized from TUW 2019-2022 Investments Information Guide COLLECTIVE IMPACT: Continued focus and investment in the collective impact discipline to address social issues and community change. EDUCATIONAL, FINANCIAL STABILITY AND HEALTH PRIORITIES: Funding priorities aligned to the collective impact efforts in education, financial stability and health ensure TUW investments have a greater impact. TRADITIONS OF PHILANTHROPY: The 2019-2022 grant funding pools (basic needs, program investments, collective impact and community engagement) align with the four traditions of philanthropy: relief, improvement, social reform and civic engagement. GRANT PROCESS: An open and competitive grant process results in diverse and well-qualified recipients. TRANSPARENCY: TUW is committed to providing transparent access to grant application resources and tools. INVESTMENT REVIEW COUNCILS REPRESENTATION: Review council members reviewing and recommending applications for funding were recruited to reflect the diversity and demographics of the Tri-County region. GRANTEE SUPPORT: Grantee organizations have the opportunity for additional support (building their capacity, strengthening their partnerships and improving their systems) by participating in the TUW collective impact and impact area networks. TRIDENT UNITED WAY | page 22


COMMUNITY INVESTMENTS PORTFOLIO Program & Basic Needs Grants Community Engagement Grants Collective Impact Accelerator Funding-Diabetes Prevention SC Thrive — Thrive Hub with Free Tax Filing Assistance Tri-County Reading by Third Project Healthy Tri-County Kindergarten Readiness Network Safety Net Assistance Network

INTEGRATED SYSTEM DELIVERY TOOLS & RESOURCES 211 AmeriCorps CharityTrackerTM TUW Resource Connection Center (formerly Prosperity Center)

All are FREE to any community partners & network members

20.6% DONOR CHOICE DESIGNATIONS TO SPECIFIC NONPROFITS

18.0%

52.1%

9.1%

0.2%

PUBLIC POLICY Advocacy Activities Public Policy Committee

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VOLUNTEER ENGAGEMENT & COMMUNITY STEWARDSHIP Day of Action Day of Caring External Volunteer Matching Internal Volunteer Matching Strategic Positioning Survey Analysis

TRIDENT UNITED WAY 2019–2020 INVESTMENTS

This chart represents Trident United Way’s approximately $6.6 million community investments for 2019-2022.


WE

cannot live only for ourselves. A thousand fibers connect us with our fellow men; and among these fibers...

our actions

run as causes, and they come back to us as

results.

Paraphrased from Henry Melville, Golden Lectures, 1855.


T

he Trident United Way Tocqueville Society was established in 1998 by a group of 12 philanthropists who believed they could make a difference for their Tri-County neighbors. Today, Tocqueville Society membership has grown to more than 200 participants who have invested more than $20 million into programs that make a difference in the education, financial stability and health of our community.

$1,000,000+

La Table Ronde de Millions de Dollars

$100,000-$999,999

La Société Nationale

$75,000-$99,999

Ordre de Fraternité

$50,000-$74,999

Ordre d’Egalité

$25,000-$49,999

Ordre de Liberté

$10,000-$24,999

Membres de la Société

"Trident United Way Tocqueville Society members create measurable change in the Tri-County region by helping children achieve success in school and in life, putting families on the path to financial stability and improving the health of all. Our generous and distinguished members reflect extraordinary concern, foresight and dedication to creating opportunities for a better local community. As a local business leader, it’s important to me that my gift is stewarded wisely and generates the highest possible returns. I know that I can count on Trident United Way to invest in programs and partners that will have the greatest impact in our community."

John C.L. Darby President & CEO, The Beach Company 2018-2019 Trident United Way Tocqueville Society Chair

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TOCQUEVILLE SOCIETY

The influential and dedicated leaders of this philanthropic group trust Trident United Way to make smart investments that have measurable outcomes and bring agencies together to work on societal issues that no one organization can solve alone.


ORDRE DE FRATERNITÉ

ANITA G. ZUCKER TRIDENT UNITED WAY | page 26


MICHAEL AND PAM WILSON

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ORDRE D'EGALITÉ

JEAN AND JAMES RION ENDOWMENT


ORDRE DE LIBERTÉ

MR. AND MRS. JOHN AND KAY BACHMANN

CAROL H. FISHMAN, HERZMAN-FISHMAN FUND

MR. BILL HEWITT AND MRS. KARYN LEE

SCOTT AND VALERIE HOWELL

JIM AND BETTIE KEYES

MR. AND MRS. HUGH C. LANE, JR.

MR. AND MRS. HUGH C. LANE, SR. ENDOWMENT*

JACKIE LANE AND BOB DAVISON

JOANNE AND MORGAN MORTON

DR. CELESTE AND MR. CHARLES PATRICK, JR.

BLAIR AND CAROL STEWART

STEVE AND EMILY SWANSON

J.H. WALKER LEGACY FOUNDATION TRIDENT UNITED WAY | page 28

*deceased


CAROL AND BARNEY BARNETT

MARY LOU AND JOHN BARTER

ROB AND JENNIFER BLACK

MR. AND MRS. J. FRANK BULLARD III

DR. JEFFREY AND CINDY BURNS

PETER AND CATHERINE BURROUS

BETH AND LARRY BURTSCHY

THE HONORABLE PAUL AND VICKI CAMPBELL

SUSAN AND VAN CAMPBELL

LAURIE AND LONNIE CARTER

JANIS AND CHARLIE COE

MR. AND MRS. JOHN C.L. DARBY

LISA AND GIFF DAUGHTRIDGE

SARA AND BEN DEWOLF

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MEMBRES DE LA SOCIÉTÉ

NELLA G. BARKLEY


MEMBRES DE LA SOCIÉTÉ

DAVID AND PAMELA DUNLAP

MERRILL AND BOB FEI

PRUDENCE AND WILLIAM FINN

DEE AND JOHN FORTSON

SHANNON AND DANIEL GALLAGHER

JOYCE AND GERRY GHERLEIN

JACK AND JULIA GOETTEE

FLEETWOOD AND ELIZABETH HASSELL

DIANE AND BRUCE HOFFMAN

SHAYNA AND TRAVIS HOWELL

GAIL AND TIMOTHY HUGHES

FRANCIS JOHNSON

MR. AND MRS. HARRY L. JOHNSON II

STACY AND RANA JORDAHL

BETH A. AND CHRISTOPHER F. KERRIGAN

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TRICIA AND TED LEGASEY

JAN AND LARRY LIPOV

CHRISTIAN AND JONATHAN MACIVER

KATHLEEN AND ROBERT MONTGOMERY

LINDA AND JIM MURRAY

DAVID AND DANA NORTHRUP

EDWIN S. PEARLSTINE, JR.

KELLY AND ED ROSE

CATHERINE AND JOHN ROSSO

MR. AND MRS. ROBERT V. ROYALL

MRS. WILLIAM D. SAAL AND MR. DUNNE SAAL

TINA AND TIM SEASE

SHERRY AND HERK SIMS

CINDI AND KERRY SOLOMON

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MEMBRES DE LA SOCIÉTÉ

WENDY W. KOPP


MEMBRES DE LA SOCIÉTÉ

MR. AND MRS. JAMES M. STELLING

DANIEL J. AND VICTORIA D. SULLIVAN

JUDY AND LARRY TARLETON

CHLOE KNIGHT TONNEY AND RICK TONNEY

PAULA AND ERIC WALMET

MR. AND MRS. CHARLES S. WAY, JR.

REGINAL WELLS

MR. AND MRS. JEREMY N. WILLITS

LIBBY AND JOHN WINTHROP

LAURA AND ED WOODCOCK

LAURA AND JONATHAN ZUCKER TRIDENT UNITED WAY | page 32


ORDRE DE FRATERNITÉ Anita G. Zucker

ORDRE D'EGALITÉ

Jean and James Rion Endowment Michael and Pam Wilson

ORDRE DE LIBERTÉ

Mr. and Mrs. John and Kay Bachmann Carol H. Fishman, Herzman-Fishman Foundation Mr. Bill Hewitt and Mrs. Karyn Lee Scott and Valerie Howell Jim and Bettie Keyes Mr. and Mrs. Hugh C. Lane, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh C. Lane, Sr. Endowment* Jackie Lane and Bob Davison Joanne and Morgan Morton Dr. Celeste and Mr. Charles Patrick, Jr. Blair and Carol Stewart Steve and Emily Swanson J.H. Walker Legacy Foundation

*deceased

John Darby and the Tocqueville Society got to know Trident United Way’s new President & CEO Chloe Knight Tonney.

MEMBRES DE LA SOCIÉTÉ Nella G. Barkley Carol and Barney Barnett Mr. and Mrs. John P. Barnwell John and Mary Lou Barter Jennifer and Rob Black Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Bullard III Dr. Jeffrey and Cindy Burns Peter and Catherine Burrous Beth and Larry Burtschy Susan and Van Campbell The Honorable Paul and Vicki Campbell Laurie and Lonnie Carter Marion and Wayland H. Cato, Jr. Charlie and Kay Chitty Janis and Charlie Coe Kathleen and Robert Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. Steven E. Craig Mr. and Mrs. John C.L. Darby Lisa and Giff Daughtridge Sara and Ben DeWolf Christine M. Owens and Vincent DiGangi David and Pamela Dunlap Nancy and Ralph Edwards Merrill and Bob Fei Prudence and William Finn John and Dee Fortson Dr. and Mrs. Rick Foster Daniel and Shannon Gallagher

Ralph and Nancy Edwards catch up with Hugh Lane, Jr. at the spring Tocqueville Society event.

Joyce and Gerry Gherlein Brian and Emily Giarrocco Jack and Julia Goettee Richard Gregory and Courtenay McDowell Richard and Ann Gridley Mr. and Ms. William A. Hall Mr. Stephen Hammond and Ms. Mary R. Hammond Fleetwood and Elizabeth Hassell Bruce and Diane Hoffman Shayna and Travis Howell Gail and Timothy Hughes Greg and Vicki Johnson Francis Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Johnson II Stacy and Rana Jordahl Christopher F. and Beth A. Kerrigan Wendy W. Kopp Tricia and Ted Legasey Jan and Larry Lipov James C. Mabry IV Christian and Jonathan MacIver Jason E. McMichael Linda and Jim Murray Jim and Kathy Newsome David and Dana Northrup Edwin S. Pearlstine, Jr. Debbie Austin and Randall Phillips Dr. Stephanie Singleton and Mr. Keith Potter

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Brad and Debbie Reed John M. Rivers, Jr. Foundation, Inc. Ed and Kelly Rose John and Catherine Rosso Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Royall Dunne and Rogan Saal, The Joseph J. Schott Foundation Tim and Tina Sease Herk and Sherry Sims Barbara and David Singer Mike and Beverly Smith Cindi and Kerry Solomon Nancye B. Starnes and David P. Hughes Mr. and Mrs. James M. Stelling Daniel J. and Victoria D. Sullivan Judy and Larry Tarleton Chloe Knight Tonney and Rick Tonney Paula and Eric Walmet Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Way, Jr. David and Elizabeth Welborn Reginal Wells Edward and Liesl Westbrook Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy N. Willits Libby and John Winthrop Laura and Ed Woodcock Frank and Kathy Zanin Laura and Jonathan Zucker 4 donors wish to remain anonymous

TOCQUEVILLE SOCIETY

Stephen Hammond, Georgia and John Darby and Mary Hammond enjoy the view from the newly opened Hotel Bennett.


T

rident United Way Palmetto Society is a network of engaged philanthropists in the Tri-County region who give between $1,000-$9,999 annually and are committed to affecting bold community change in education, financial stability and health through giving, advocating and volunteering.

Trident United Way recognizes and applauds the accomplishments and efforts of this dynamic group of committed philanthropists. They are passionate about helping their community to LIVE UNITED® in alignment with TUW’s community-based goals focusing on education, financial stability and health.

$5,000 - $9,999

President’s Circle

$2,500 - $4,999

Executive’s Circle

$1,000 - $2,4999

Director’s Circle

PALMETTO SOCIETY

"I give to Trident United Way because their focus on education, financial stability and health means they are working to not only provide immediate relief for those in need, but to truly create everlasting change within our community. TUW does a wonderful job partnering with other organizations in pursuit of a collective impact that is much larger than any one organization could achieve alone. I’m proud to be a leadership giver because I know every dollar donated stays local and being a member of the Young Philanthropist Society and Women United has afforded me the opportunity to connect and volunteer with leaders in our community who are also looking to drive positive change.”

Ashley Mancini Enterprise Holdings 2018-2019 Trident United Way Palmetto Society Member and Young Philanthropists Society Chair

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DONALD J. AND FAY L. CAMERON

COL. JOHN CAWLEY

DEBORAH WILLIAMSON, DHA, MSN AND DAVID GARR, MD

JANE AND LARRY IWAN

CHARLES AND JOAN LIPUMA

MARY AND STEVE MAULDIN

MR. AND MRS. DAVID L. MORROW

GRETCHEN AND THOMPSON PENNEY

SARA AND JIM PERRINE

SHEILA AND BILL PREZZANO

DOUG AND ANNE SASS

ELAINE AND WILLIAM SIMPSON

TERESA AND KEN SMITH

DR. MARY THORNLEY

NANCY AND MARC TYE

SCOTT AND LAURA VARN

GENEVIEVE AND MAX VOME

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PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

KATHERINE AND MARK BURGESON


EXECUTIVE’S CIRCLE

HILARY BROWN

P. EDWARD BURBAGE

CAROLINE E. BYRD

ANNE FORREST

MARY GARCIA

JANE HICKS HOOD

AMY AND DANNY KASSIS

ELIZABETH KNOWLES

DEANA AND MARK LATTANZIO

BRIGID C. AND JOHN S. MAURER

MR. AND MRS. JOHN L. PAUL

STEVE AND SUSAN POLSTON

MR. WILLIAM THIEM

ELIZABETH AND GENE WARNER

ROGER AND ELIZABETH WILLIAMS

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Lewis and Jennifer Addison Joe and Susan Bagwell Jacob A. and Deborah Bouknight Katherine and Mark Burgeson Donald J. and Fay L. Cameron Col. John Cawley Mark and Allison Childers Michael Denham Doug and Faith Dodge Jesse and Edythe Dove Mr. Kevin Frees Brian and Nicole Gehring Steve and Buffie Gnegy Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A. Grow Sharon Lubert and Pete Hennis Jane and Larry Iwan Charles and Joan Lipuma Steve and Mary Mauldin Bruce A. and Sheila L. Mills Mr. and Mrs. David L. Morrow James and Diane Neal Gretchen and Thompson Penney Sara and Jim Perrine Bill and Sheila Prezzano Glenn and Sandra Rabon C. Andrew Rankin Jonathan and Cynthia Raub Grant and Vicky Reeves Doug and Anne Sass Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Mr. Caleb Seth Shomo and Ms. Marie L. Shomo Elaine and William Simpson Thomas and Rene Sisson Herman and Rebecca Smith Teresa and Ken Smith Sonia and Jeffrey Smith Roy and Tammy Strickland Charles and Elizabeth Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. William B. Tausig George E. Temple IV Dr. Mary Thornley

Jay and Cindy Tiedemann Nancy and Marc Tye Scott and Laura Varn Genevieve and Max Vome Pamela Williams and Jary Hulst Deborah Williamson, DHA, MSN Bonum and Janet Wilson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel D. Woodson 7 donors wish to remain anonymous

EXECUTIVE’S CIRCLE

Glenn and Trish Aker Brian and Cathy Almquist Steve and Janice Amell Mr. & Mrs. Anglin Margaret and Jeff Armfield Tami and Thomas Barnette Ms. Melody Beacher Dr. and Mrs. Mark Bebensee Mr. John Bennett Tamkio Bligen Josh Booth Lance And Wendy Brewer Jim and Pam Brogdon Lance and Shaharra Brooks Jessica Brooks Hilary Brown Vicky and Mike Budreau Tony Bunch P. Edward Burbage Caroline E. Byrd Christian T. Caples Drs. Patrick Cawley and Pamela Charity Alexander and Katherine Chessman Ken and Joan Marie Clair Clint and Jennifer Coker Melissa R. Crick and Cheryl L. Soucy Andrew and Lisa Crow Brad and Deb Davis Susan Dixson Shawn and Heather Dolan Michael and Jennifer Drohan Joe and Cathy Easley

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Tina Faust Anne Forrest Amy and Joey Foxhall Mr. and Ms. Kevin J. Frank Steven and Betsy Gailbreath Mr. and Mrs. Richard Garcia B. Shawan Gillians David and Jean Ginn Kinard and Valerie Givens John Harvey Fran and Chris Hawk, M.D. William S. Helmly Larry Hiltzik Kendra Holmes Amanda A. Honeycutt Jane Hicks Hood Kip Hooker and Valerie Sessions Jim and Rhonda Hunter Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Johnston Amy and Danny Kassis Dave Kirk Richard and Diane Kizer Elizabeth Knowles Larry and Amanda Kowal Deana and Mark Lattanzio Gregory and Amanda Lawrence Lawrence Family Fund Tom and Sheri Ledbetter Chip and Coleman Legerton Jim and Marybeth Lintzenich Mr. Dom Maddalone Scott and Suzanne Malindzak Mr. and Mrs. Clarence B. Manning Brigid C. and John S. Maurer Edie B. May Mr. and Mrs. Francis X. McCann Ms. Elisabeth Pendleton McLean John and Amy Morgan, III Joseph Nettles Sandy and Lauren Nivens Mr. Jay O’Dell Ms. Twona M. Palmer Ms. Vicki Parker

PALMETTO SOCIETY

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE


EXECUTIVE’S CIRCLE

Catherine Parmley Mr. and Mrs. John L. Paul Pennie and David Peralta Steve and Susan Polston Ms. Claudia A. Porter and Mr. Stuart H. Hotchkiss Luther S. and Susan F. Price Mr. Jack A. Ritter William and Dawn Robinson Jeremy Ryan Ms. Jacqueline B. Sassard Peter Schilling Gordy and Samantha Siefring Mr. David M. Slade Becky and Trey Smith Mr. Kyle Stewart Brenna C. Svagerko Mr. William Thiem Mr. and Ms. William J. Turner Avis Arnette Umstead and Lemuel Umstead Elizabeth and Gene Warner Claudius and Jane Watts Mr. Scott M. Wildermuth Joe and Terry Williams Roger and Elizabeth Williams 3 donors wish to remain anonymous

PALMETTO SOCIETY

DIRECTOR’S CIRCLE

Lauren Abdulahi Richard Ackerman George Adams Cesar Aguirre Eric Aichele Nicole Aiello Sonya R. Alexander Joseph Allen Joseph Alsberry Jacquetta Amos Regina Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Anderson Bill and Rhonda Antonetti

Ms. Tracy S. Archambault Cory and Jennifer Ardilio Dr. Jennie C. Ariail R. Michael Arrington Lucy E. and Jerome C. Ashley, Jr. John A. Atkinson Austin and Betty Sweet Atkinson Caprice Atterbury Dr. Andrew M. Atz Tom and Janet Bailey Marty and Deborah Baker Scott R. Baker Bill and Ruth Baker Mr. and Mrs. W. Allen Balcewicz Lane and Patty Baldree Ed and Dawn Barfield Lynn Barker Jody Barnes Ms. Susan H. Barnhart Sharon and Charles Barnett Russell Barnett Joselle Abagat Barnett Britni Barnette Karen Baskerville Dylan Bass Nick and Gretchen Batalis Jose Bautista Scott and Traci Baxley Renee Baxley Kelly Becker Carol Beckmann-Bartlett Will Beecher Mr. Marvin B. Bell Sam and Tracey Bennett Hallie Bennett Kurt Benton Jonnie Berenguer Tyler and Nancy Bergin Valerie and Joseph Berry Bridget Berry Jean-Francois Berthiaume Andrew and Barbara Bickford George and Trudy Billings Kiano Black TRIDENT UNITED WAY | page 38

Brittany and Robert Blain Eli Blalock Linda Blunt Dr. and Mrs. R. Cary Bocklet Ed and Dixie Bodie Melanie G. Bodiford Rey Bongalonta Mr. W. Dick Bosstick and Ms. Suzanne R. Bosstick Heuguette Bostic P. David Botzis, C.P.A. Christine and David Boudolf Jenna Bowers John and Kathleen Bowers Jim and Elizabeth Bowron Dennis and Pat Boyd Susanne Boyd Jennifer Boyles Kayla Bozydaj Robert and Wendy Bradham Macie Bradt Cindy and Joe Brams C. Michael Branham Kevin and Christina Braun Mrs. Joyce M. Brennan and Mr. Christopher J. Brennan Tikiesha Brewer Donnie & Georgia Bridwell Darbis Briggman Cameron Brisbane Stephen Brisben Marcus Britt Melissa Britton Kristin Brooks Sean & Melanie Brooks Christopher Brown Johnny Brown Michael and Anita Brown Robert D. Brown Amanda Brown Shaneakquia Brown Gwendolyn Brown Will and Priscilla Brown Ms. Jennifer Leander Brown


Kathryn Cline David and Kathy Cole Cassie Cole Darrin and Tammy Collard Leah Collins Weijian Cong Jose L. Contreras-Mora Carmen L. Convertino Dr. Shawn Sluss and Mrs. Kendra Conway Chris and Dianna Cook W. Michael Cool, Jr. and Nicole Cool Mark and Jane Cook Bailey Cooper Brett A. and Kimberly C. Corder Octavia Cordes Rebecca L. Costanzo and Christopher P. Costanzo Dondi Costin, Ph.D. Noreen Coughlin La Quetta Nicole Coulter Ashley Cousino Vanessa Cousins Kevin and Kim Couto Andy Covode Amy and Christopher Cox John Crane Dianna Crawford Everett and Maria Crews Donald Cribb Tricia G. Crimminger Steve and Allison Cronin Christy Cronk Craig Crosby Kelly and Gina Crowley Mr. and Mrs. Brad Cunic Jerome Curameng Hal S. Currey and Margaret P. Schachte Thomas and Lori Curtis Earl Cutler James Dahl Jennifer Dale Michael and Susan Daley Melissa Daniel Brant Datus TRIDENT UNITED WAY | page 39

Michael and Brandee Davidson Peter Davidson Ronnie W. Davidson Nickolas Davidson Matt and Rebecca Davis Mr. Derrick Allen Deas Mr. Jules Deas III Erin Delaney Jeff and Carla DeMille Susan DeTorre Lisa DeVeaux Aleisha DeYoung Jesse and Dee DiBona Keith and Sue Dickinson Mr. and Mrs. Troy M. Diel Daniel and Lynne Dillehay Kirby Dobberfuhl Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dobberfuhl Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Dolson Leah Domok Brenda M. Dorman Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Doyle Bud and Diane Driggers Shelly R. Duberry Larry and Kathleen Duffy Bill and Allyson Duke Dr. Bonnie and David L. Dumas Glen and Sherrill Duncan Paula Traktman Duncan Jason Dunigan Ripon Eadie Cara and Ryan Earhart Loyd and Susan Edenfield Ms. Akilah Edwards Bradley Ehringer Monifa and Clifford Ellington Elston Family Foundation Yvonne Ellington Basley Jana Orengia Elliott Julie and Curtis Elmore Steven W. Elrod and Eva L. Elrod Natasha Emmerth James R. Emond Charles Engle

PALMETTO SOCIETY

Pamela J. Browning Ms. Faith P. Brownlee Justin Buckley Mignonne H. Buhrmaster Gregory A. Bulanow Michelle Bunch Molly Thomas Bundy and C. Jason Bundy William Burnham David and Kenna Burt Bridget Bush Michael Bush Robert H. Byrd, Jr. and Nicole Byrd Jane F. Byrne Mr. and Mrs. Leslie A. Cabiness Haley Rogers Caddell Donald Calabrese Nicolas Calvert Cole Cameron Daniel Camp Jennifer And Ross Campbell Stacy A. Cannon Tyler Caraballo Richard Carbonaro Matthew Carithers Dave Carlough Daniel Carlson Ms. Shayna Carlson Terence and Melissa Carmichael Douglas Carnecki Jessica Carpenter Claudio Carrara Mrs. Virginia H. Carson Michael Carter Dan Cates Peter Cayer Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Chaplin, Jr. Wayne Chapman Scott Cheng Amy Chiconas Keith Cills Kevin J. Clark Robert Clark Calvitt & Deborah Clarke Mark and Pam Cline


PALMETTO SOCIETY

DIRECTOR’S CIRCLE

Cole and Corinne Hipp Erdman Mr. and Mrs. Michael Evans Ray M. Evans III and Nicole Evans Laurin and Happy Everett Philip Fail Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Fary, Jr. Joshua Feldman Amanda and Bradley Fender Ms. Lauren B. Fennell Avril Fenwick Evelyn Ferguson Anthony Ferro, III Emi Ferry Michael and Christy Fewell David Fichman Gary and Ann Fink Travis Finn and Julie Finn Dr. Jacqueline and Mr. Paul Fish Mary and Michael Fischer Ryan and Courtney Fisher Rory Fitzpatrick Robert Fleming David and Lauren Flood Mark W. Floyd Monica A. Ford Robby Foreman Patricia Forster Roy Foster Andrew Fox Rene L. Free Jonathan Freeburg Brian French Mary and Levie Frink Mr. and Mrs. Leonard C. Fulghum, Jr. Ms. Veronica I. Fuller Aimee S. Fulmer Jack Furr Michael and Kathryn Gabbert Germone Gadsden Shawn Gaffin Eric Gaffney Charles Gainer

Chad Gaizutis Stephen Gallagher Todd Gallati Michelle Gallego Dr. Todd and Kristen Gandy Christine Gannett Marta Leon-Garcia Trisa Garcia Mr. Lee Michael Gardner and Ms. Monica C. Gardner Glen H. Garrett Thomas E. Gasparich Tom and Renae Gasser Dot Gatlin Mr. Darryl O’Neal Gentry James and Leslie Gergen Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Gerken, Jr. Nick Gibson Christine Gibson Kristina Giese Mr. and Ms. Richard A. Gilbert Pam and Jim Gill Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gironda Henry and Patricia Givens Linda Givens Christopher Glenn Ed Glover John Noble Golding Robin Googe Hollie Rorrer Gore Steven Gray Robert Gray Mr. James W. Gray and Ms. Patricia A. Gray Ashley Greaver Heath G. Greene Alan Greer Shawn and DeAudre Gregg Mr. David Gregorie and Ms. Carolyn Gregorie William G. Gregorie, Jr. James and Kearney Gregory Dr. and Mrs. E. David Griffin Noah Grillo Amie Grimes Debra Guerry TRIDENT UNITED WAY | page 40

Connie Smoak Gugel Diane and Ed Gulyas John and Nancy Gurley Carol and Ron Hacker Diane Hader Kellye and Mark Hafner Ben and Penn Hagood Matthew A. Hair Robert Haire Kathy and Wayne Hall David Hamilton William Hamilton Mac and Judy Hammett Larry and Melonie Trace Mykaela Hannappel Ms. Kari S. Hanson Sonia Hanson Dr. Rochelle F. and Paul A. Hanson, Jr. Dennis Harbath Larry Harkins Corbyn Harris J. Wayne Harris, C.P.A. Marc Harrison Dorothy G. Harrison Gregory P. Hart, Jr. and Nicole Hart Donna B. Hartin Jay Hartman Thomas P. Harvey II Michael Hashley William Todd Haskins Bonnie Hastings Jeff Hawes Kevin Hawkins Drs. Glen and Susan Haynes Mr. Gus E. Hegner Kyle Heider Thomas N. Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hendricks Kevin and Stefanie Henry Teresa and Gary Hensley Jason and Andrea Hessberg Mr. And Ms. David T. Hicks Gregory A. Hider Kin Hill


Stephen Johnson Earl and Joselyn Johnson Mark D. Jolly Marvin Edward Jones II and Nicole Jones Anthony and Faleshia Jones Diane Jordan Paul and Selina Joyner Roy Judy Aaron and Amy Justice Edward Karabees David and Debra Kellogg Romain Kelly Keith and Karen Kemp Ms. Patricia Leigh Kemp David Kennedy Donald and Pamela Kennedy Edith Kent Bill Kerrigan Tom and Kay Kierspe Nanette King Mr. and Mrs. John C. King Grayson and Kaitlyn King Susan Koch Bryant Kohut Alexander Koons Mark and Jessica Kostos Paul Kowachich Elizabeth A. Kress Ryan and Kelly Krischer Lisa and Ken Kromer Joshua Scott Kurban Martin Kurek Ariel Lacheney Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. Lahm Dr. and Mrs. Paul R. Lambert Katherine Landing Stephen Lanier Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lankford Bill and Chris Lark Terry Lathem Will Lawton Amanda N. Lee Mr. Jonathan Lee Parker H. Lee TRIDENT UNITED WAY | page 41

Hampton Lee Donna Lehmer Edward Lemanski Mr. Thomas J. Leonard Caroline C. Lesesne Elizabeth C. Rivers Lewine Endowment Mark and Karen Lewis Mia and Nora Licayan Alan and Joan Liddy Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Lilly Mr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Lindamood E. Renee Linyard-Gary Michael and Jenny Lisle Daniel and Leticia Long Chet Long Lee and Judy Looney Al Lopez and Domingue Lopez Ken and Amy Lott Manny Lovgren Anthony and Wanda Lowe HC Lucas Raymond Mr. and Mrs. Timothy D. Lucius Mr. Christopher Ludlum Joseph Lusher Kelli Lyman Brian and Suzanne Lynch Loretta Lynch-Reichert Aaron and Amy Maciariello Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. MacPherson Gail and Michael Maginnis Mr. and Mrs. Eric A. Main Michael Mallard Jason Malphrus Ashley B. Mancini Debra Mann Jerry and Jane Mansfield Marc and Elizabeth Marchant Noel E. Marchione Glenn and Michelle Marcus Charles Markham Keith Marshall Robert Marten Jason Martin Stony R. Martin

PALMETTO SOCIETY

Helen and Burrow Hill Paul and Becky Hilstad Sharon Hinton Margaret and Martin Hoeser Tyson Hoff Kirby and Jenny Hoffman Billy-Paul Holbrook Robert M. Hollings III and Stacey B. Hollings Brian Holmes Ana and Dan Holmes Marcella Holmes Chris Holster Will Hopkins Glenda Horne David L. Houpe Patricia and Kevin Housand Karen and George Howard Lenwood B. Howell Bambi and Michael Hoyt Edin and Kelly Hrvanovic Christopher Hubbard Tracy D. Huff Kip Huffman Kelvin and Mavis Huger Jim and Lee Hughes Andrew Humphreys Jeanne Hunt Trenor and Margaret Hypes Sue and Quentin Jackson Susan Westbrook Jackson Mr. David Jackson Caroline Jacobs Naomi Jaeger Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan James Mr. Richard T. Jansen Jan and Jimmy Jenkins Patty Jenkins Michael and Muriel Jennings Christopher Jimenez Mr. Cecil Johnson Francis Johnson, Jr. Missy Johnson Neil Johnson and Sue LeNeveu Charles Johnson


PALMETTO SOCIETY

DIRECTOR’S CIRCLE

Stephanie and Michael Matthews Matthew May April May Vanessa Turner Maybank Robert Mayhue Ashley and Grant McAnulty Loretha McClellan Shana McCabe Mr. and Mrs. James T. McCall, Sr. Talicia McCants Lauren McCarthy Matthew McCarthy Greg McCormack Robert McCue Lorrie McCurdy John McCutchen Ms. Laurie McDonald Mr. and Mrs. J. David McDowell Jerry and Joy McDowell Robert and Kellee McGahey Kimberly McGhee Jacqueline F. McGinty, Ph.D. James McGrath Angela and Daniel McJunkin Mark W. McKnight Mr. Earnest J. McLaughlin Ms. Katherine T. McLean Rebecca McLean Shea and Christie McMakin Mr. and Mrs. Kevin G. McManus Steve and Gisel McManus Michael McMeekin Mary McNeese Jay and Erin McNeill Daniel S. McQueeney, Jr. and Nicole McQueeney Bill and Julie Medich Michael Melchers Mr. Kevin E. Melton Barbara L. Melvin Mr. and Mrs. Ford P. Menefee Janice and Richard Menniti

Michael Merriman Julie Jordan Metts Chris and Rachel Meyer Phyllis P. Miller In memory of George W. Miller Jennifer J. Miller Kyle Miller Debra Miller Mr. and Mrs. Jack P. Mills Georgia Ann Mims Adam D. Mims Lauren Minors and Tripp Massengill Sally and Jorge Miranda Gerard Mondo Lisa P. Montgomery Jeff Monts Audrey and Bill Moody Dan and Julia Mooney Mr. Baker S. Mordecai Ms. Denise Morgan and Mr. Rodger Morgan Evelyn Morris Robert H. Morse III Michael Mowrer Michael and Katy Mullis Duane and Carrie Mummert Jeremy M. Murphy Adam Murphy Jennifer A. Murray Chase Murray Jeanine Murrow Robert J. and Angela A. Mussat Jennifer Hill Myers Ms. Jennifer J. Nall Ms. Tammeria Nathan John Nelson Karen E. Nelson Steven Ornstein, M.D. and Lynne Nemeth, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Nevin Nicola and Damon Newby David G. Newman, Jr. and Nicole Newman Taylor and Lauren Nilan Gina S. Noble Kathleen G. Norris TRIDENT UNITED WAY | page 42

Dr. W. Eugene Notz Dr. and Mrs. James C. Oates Phillip Obie II and Kayla Obie Thomas P. O’Brien, Jr. Jennifer O’Dell Ms. Elizabeth A. Oliver and Mr. H. Keith Oliver Kristen Olson Robert J. O’Neill, Jr. and Nicole O’Neill Dr. and Mrs. James M. Orcutt Ms. Deborah L. Ortiz Mandy Scoli Osborne Matthew A. Ott John and Melissa Owens The Palmer Family Thomas Panfil Kathryn M. T. Parnell Rory and Durward Parsley Ketankumar Patel Mr. and Mrs. Michael Paul David and Janet Pearlman Stephen and Heather Pelcher Robert Petersen Mr. and Mrs. James K. Petros Eric and Christy Pfuntner Maurice Phillips Autumn Phillips Mr. Charles Pinckney Holly Pingatore Ray and Angela Pinson Robert F. Pitiak Raji A. Polite, Jr. Amanda Polk Christine Pope Dr. Gerrita Postlewait Jamee Pounds Jason Powell Jay Powell Ms. Linda Powell Carol Powers W. Michael Powers Helen C. Pratt-Thomas Luke Prendergast Andrew Preston Jeff and Cassandra Price


Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R. Sass III Drs. Conway and Bart Saylor Mr. Mark A. Scheurer Traci Schilling Mary and Peter Schnabel Deborah and David Schneider David C. Scott Ivy Scott Champaign David Scozzaro Bill and Gloria Seaborn Richard and Kelley Seaman Kimberly Segrest Bill and Sarah Settlemyer Paul and Sherry Sharry Stephanie M. Shealy Kevin and Nydia Shelton Kristine Shifty Paul Shorter Melinda Shortridge Larky and Greg Shuler Meme Shuler Stephanie L. Shuster Peter L. and Gail B. Sibley Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Simmons Ashlyn Simmons Arnold and Stephanie P. Singleton Mr. and Mrs. J. Reeves Skeen Mr. John and Mrs. Sarah L. Slaughter Amiee and Steve Slesinski Walter L. Smalls Donald and Francis Smith David and Cynthia Smith Rebecca and Roy Smith Bobby Smith Donald and Pamela Smith Maxine Smith, Ed.D. Dr. and Mrs. Kirby Smith Alicia Smith Joan Smith Ms. Rosanne Vega Smith Robert Smoak Starr and Philip Snead Betty Jo Sneed Sherrie C. Snipes-Williams TRIDENT UNITED WAY | page 43

Everett Sparr Katie Staso Andrew Steinke Jennifer Sterrett Kathleen and Joel Stevens Will Stevick Brian Stevick Sharon and Loy Stewart, Jr. Debra S. Stewart RenĂŠe C. Stewart Gerald B. and Terry Stinson Mr. and Mrs. M Anthony Stith Susan Stockmaster Kimberly H. Stone Carlton Stoney Chris and Kristine Stow Mr. and Mrs. Anthony W. Strain Terry and Ronnie Strawn Barry and Jacquie Sturmer Mayor and Mrs. R. Keith Summey Mr. and Mrs. John R. Suttle Ryan and Chris Sweatman John Swink Brenda S. Szymanowski Chase and Jessi Talbert Adam Taylor Charlotte Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Danny T. Taylor, Jr. Kellie Taylor Wit Taylor Todd Taylor Barbara Taylor Peter and Stephanie Tecklenburg Michael and Melissa Tecosky Jerry Tekac Bud and Becky Thames Mrs. Costa V. Thomas Brandon Thomas Rudy Thomas Chase Thompson Denny and Kelly Thompson Courtnay Thompson Cameron and Shanna Thomson Tommy Thornhill

PALMETTO SOCIETY

Aileen S. Price William and Beth Quantz Mr. David C. Quick and Ms. Kameron King Marea D. Quijano-Clark Omar A. Ramberan Jonathan Rauh Carol and David Rawle Scott and Susie Reed Taylor Reichard Kenneth Reikofski Brandon and Stefanie Renaud Carter Revland Craig and Barbara Reynolds Ann and Steve Rhodes Michael and Elizabeth Ricciardone Mary Beth Richardson Mr. Lionel Richardson James L. Richardson, Jr. Jamiya Richardson John and Debbie Riddick Kathy and Ken Rigsby Telia Rivers Michael R. Rizzi Mr. and Mrs. Claron A. Robertson Mr. Cory O.B. Robinson Katie Robinson Brian and Stacy Robinson Sarah Rocco Byron Rodgers Bret and Shannon Roesner Elizabeth Rogers Robert and Julie Rogers Wesley Ropp Will Rottmann Dr. Michelle S. Rovner Tanya Rudman Scott R. Runyon John and Joanne Russ Jennifer Ryan Dr. Lisa K. Saladin Carey Salisbury Annalyn Butkovic Todd Sanders Alvaro Sarmiento, Jr. and Nicole Sarmiento


PALMETTO SOCIETY

DIRECTOR’S CIRCLE

Tanesha Thorns Clay Thornton John and Dana Tiller Barry and Karen Timmerman Teresa Troutman Jessica Unbewust Noreen Urko Lisa Van Bergen and Douglas Murphy Henk and Robin Van Der Meyden Rebecca Vaughan Teresa Vaughn Thomas Venning, Jr. Brian and Amy Vetter Peggy Vickery The Vietri Family Daniel and Kimberly Vroon Christopher and Melissa Wagner Elizabeth and Matt Wain John Walasek Bob and Charlotte Walker Leroy Walker David and Jennifer Wallace Kristen Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Wallace Mrs. Kristina Walle Robert M. Waller Norman and Marcy Walsh Grange and David Walters Michael and Debbie Waltz Bing and Jun Wang Jason and Alana Ward Mr. Randall Ward Linda and Douglas Warren

Daphine Warren Nancy Warren Timothy James Warrick Garren and Jerri Warwick Ronald and Appollonia Washington Michael Waters Marty and Lianna Watson Mr Bernard Watson and Mrs Nadine Watson Ms. Tiffany Colette Watson Dr. C. Wayne Weart Frances C. Welch, Ph.D. Mr. David F. Wenger and Ms. Katherine Wenger The Werking Family Shauna Wesley-Baxley India Weston Beth Wheeler Mr. Jeffrey R. Wheeler Diane Whitaker Joy White Rob White John White Michael White Allie White Christine M. and Peter E. Whitlock Kevin and Diane Wicker Carmen Y. Wigfall Priscilla Williams Carson D. Williams Angela M. Williams Charles Williams Dr. Joe Williams Mr. and Mrs. David H. Williams, Jr. Cameron and Dana Wilson Tricia Wilson Larry and Sarah Windham

Bryan Wingard Richard and Susan Winter Mr. and Mrs. Ryan C. Wishman Brittany Witham Sally Ballentine Wofford Mr. Geoffrey Woglom and Mrs. Susan S. Woglom Dave and Sue Womersley Bradley Wood Melanie Woods Steven Woodside Ms. Chelsy Wray Nicole Wren Barry Wren Taneicha C. Wright Clarence L. Wright Brian T. and Elizabeth Jayroe Wurst Jennifer Yaun Arthur Young III Sue Phillips Young Jeff Zeigler Jonathan Zukowski Hella and Dieter zur Loye Ms. Christie T. Zoeller and Mr. Paul M. Zoeller Peter and Megan Zwerner 24 donors wish to remain anonymous

Disclaimer: We have carefully produced this report. Please forgive any errors or omissions and notify us of same.

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As a company, I believe it is

OUR RESPONSIBILITY

to lift up the communities we live in.

I cannot think of a better way than to partner with Trident United Way, an organization that focuses on three strategic areas of need:

education financial stability and health

An organization that does not just give a hand-out but truly gives a hand up. In companies we measure results, and with those measurements we make change. Trident United Way also measures results and uses these results to partner, collaborate and make change in our communities. It is an organization that does not seek to get credit for its efforts but one with a true passion to bring community partners

TOGETHER for a better and stronger tomorrow.

Francis Johnson President, Johnson & Johnson, Inc. TRIDENT UNITED WAY | page 45


DONOR NETWORKS Trident United Way Donor Networks (formerly called Affinity Groups) are collaborations of donors with shared interests. They are committed to significantly improving the education, financial stability and health in our region through giving, volunteering and advocating in our community. Donor Networks offer exclusive experience with a focus on personal and professional development, and volunteer activities that give members a hands-on connection to Trident United Way’s work.

AFRICAN AMERICAN LEADERSHIP COUNCIL AALC comprises African American and minority philanthropists who contribute an individual or combined annual gift of $1,000 or more to TUW. The collective impact model magnifies the power of their support in our community. STEERING COMMITTEE Don Smith, Jr. Chair Hendrick Automotive Group Sonia Hanson Vice Chair South State Bank

For more information, contact Stewardship Manager Hallet Graham at hgraham@tuw.org or (843)740-7726.

Jennifer Brown Palmetto CAP Monifa Ellington Ingevity Mavis Huger Counts & Huger

Georgia Mims Crowne Plaza Patrice Simmons Berkeley Electric Cooperative Stephanie Singleton Octapharma Plasma Inc Dr. Maxine Smith Community Volunteer Clarence Wright Dominion Energy

Renee Linyard-Gary Roper St. Francis Healthcare Vanessa Turner Maybank City of Charleston TRIDENT UNITED WAY | page 46


WOMEN UNITED

Women United members contribute an annual individual or combined gift of $1,000 to Trident United Way. They believe in the collective power of women and know that by empowering one another, we can accomplish more for our community.

YOUNG PHILANTHROPISTS SOCIETY STEERING COMMITTEE Kathryn Whitaker Chair Calibrate Legal Teresa Vaughn Vice Chair Johnson & Johnson, Inc. Cindy Brams Elliott Davis Patti Byrd South State Bank Stacy Cannon South State Bank Merrill Fei Community Volunteer Anne Forrest Seacoast Supply Jane Hood Santee Cooper

Loretta Lynch-Reichert Medical University of South Carolina

YPS members are leaders age 40 and under who give an individual or combined annual gift of $1,000 or more. YP20 is a step-up program for emerging philanthropists age 29 years and under who contribute an annual gift of $500 or more to Trident United Way.

Christian MacIver Ingevity

STEERING COMMITTEE

Gina Noble Porter-Gaud School

Ashley Mancini Chair Enterprise Holdings

Kristen Olson Extra Space Storage Patrice Simmons Berkeley Electric Cooperative Sherrie Snipes-Williams Charleston Promise Neighborhood

Michael Samuel Vice Chair BB&T Cassie Cole JMJ Pilgrimages

Kim Stone Cummins, Inc.

Bailey Cooper Lowcountry Hurricane Protection and Shutters, Inc.

Lisa Van Bergen Professional Nonprofit Solutions

Aubree Decoteau Santee Cooper Shawn Gaffin First Citizens Bank

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Marissa Goodall Enterprise Holdings Will Hopkins Roper St. Francis Healthcare Amanda Hunter LS3P Associates, LTD. Francis Johnson, Jr. Johnson & Johnson, Inc. Lauren Nilan The Bank of South Carolina Genevieve Vome Ingevity


A TOAST TO CHRIS KERRIGAN

After twenty years of service to the organization, longtime leader Chris Kerrigan stepped down in April 2019. For those who recall the earlier years of Trident United Way, one of Chris’ accomplishments at the organization was to create and build an endowment fund. Today that endowment stands valued at over $6 million and is used to support staff development and community programming. It is because of Chris’ leadership that Trident United Way has been able to make extraordinary impacts that improve education, financial stability, and health in our community. Enormous thanks to Hugh C. Lane, Jr., Chairman of The Bank of South Carolina and former Chairman of Trident United Way Board of Director for leading the endowment campaign.

Because of your generosity, together we raised

$70,500

for the endowment campaign in honor of Chris Kerrigan. INDIVIDUAL & COMPANY CONTRIBUTIONS: Tom and Janet Bailey Mr. and Mrs. John P. Barnwell Cindy and Joe Brams Lonnie and Laurie Carter Brad and Deb Davis Jesse and Edie Dove Dr. Bonnie and David L. Dumas Nancy and Ralph Edwards Bob and Merrill Fei William and Prudence Finn Carol H. Fishman Joyce and Gerry Gherlein Jack and Julie Goettee Fleetwood and Elizabeth Hassell William S. Helmly

Bruce and Diane Hoffman John H. Jackson Danny Kassis Mr. and Mrs. Hugh C. Lane, Jr. Bill Kerrigan Ashley B. Mancini Vanessa Turner Maybank Francis and Cal McMeekin Bill and Julie Medich Bill and Audrey Moody Dan and Julia Mooney Jim and Linda Murray Charles and Celeste Patrick Marcela Rabens John M. Rivers, Jr.

A TOAST TO CHRIS KERRIGAN EVENT SPONSORS:

GOLD Life Cycle Engineering, Inc.

SILVER Johnson & Johnson, Inc. The Post and Courier Patrick Properties

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Ed and Kelly Rose Santee Cooper Joseph J. Schott Foundation Bill and Sarah Settlemyer Ken and Teresa Smith Daniel and Vicky Sullivan Larry and Judy Tarleton Dr. Mary Thornley Chloe Knight Tonney Andrea and Bill Turner Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Way, Jr. Kathryn Whitaker Louise Welch Williams Mr. and Mrs. John Winthrop Anita Zucker

BRONZE Elliott Davis Dominion Energy Select Health of South Carolina South State Bank


BUILD YOUR

Trident United Way’s Legacy Society honors those who make the extraordinary decision to invest in the future of our community through a planned gift to the Trident United Way endowment. Membership in the Legacy Society offers a meaningful way to leave an enduring personal legacy for the community that’s become such an important part of your life, and to inspire others to do the same. For 75 years, Trident United Way has played a vital role in identifying and meeting essential community needs. Your gifts strengthen the future of the Tri-County area and ensure that, whatever issues emerge in our community 25, 50 or 75 years down the road, Trident United Way is ready and well-resourced to meet the challenge.

LEGACY SOCIETY MEMBERS Mrs. Carmel Chamier Belk Daughtridge Mrs. Mary C. Everts* Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fulghum, Jr. Frank and Loraine Hanckel Tom and Bonnie Hood Christopher F. and Beth A. Kerrigan Mr. and Mrs. Hugh C. Lane, Jr. Ted and Tricia Legasey Ted and Jackie Mappus Sis and Hal Marshall

Gretchen and Thom Penney TUW Legacy Society

Daniel L. McKnight, Jr.* David and Bethany Nicole Elizabeth E. Pennewill Gretchen and Thompson Penney Ned Philbeck Ross B. Pollack, M.D. Bill and Joanna Scarborough Dave and Linda Soutter Hannah and John Stewart Col. William W. Thomas John and Libby Winthrop

TOCQUEVILLE LEGACY CIRCLE

Our Trident United Way volunteer journey began in 2004. After leading the development of a program to raise individuals and families out of poverty in 2009, Thom and I became leadership donors and continue to this day. We consider the Legacy Society essential to make sure these programs continue on after we are gone.

Legacy Society members who have chosen to pledge $250,000 or more through their estate plans: Erica Campenella Estate Prudence and William Finn Mr.* and Mrs.* Hugh C. Lane Endowment Joy Y. Presnick Estate Jerry* (obm) and Anita Zucker *Deceased

To discuss your legacy at Trident United Way, contact Kristen Gandy at kgandy@tuw.org or (843) 740-7748. TRIDENT UNITED WAY | page 49

LEGACY SOCIETY

LEGACY


2018–2019 CORPORATE PARTNERS

WITH GRATITUDE TO OUR 2018-2019 CORPORATE PARTNERS

It is a tremendous privilege for Trident United Way to partner with the following institutions. Each group has demonstrated outstanding generosity through employee campaign contributions and corporate gifts in the 2018-2019 Trident United Way Campaign. List based on projected campaign reports totaling $2,500 or more as of June 24, 2019.

TOTAL GIVING OF $1,000,000+

TOTAL GIVING OF $400,000 - $799,999

TOTAL GIVING OF $200,000 - $399,999

TOTAL GIVING OF $100,000 - $199,999

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TOTAL GIVING OF $50,000 - $99,999

TOTAL GIVING OF $10,000 - $24,999

TOTAL GIVING OF $5,000 - $9,999

AstenJohnson BP Chemical Company, Cooper River Plant Century Aluminum Mt. Holly Charleston Water System Comcast Cablevision Enterprise Holdings Fluor Corporation Life Cycle Engineering, Inc. Roper St. Francis Healthcare Select Health of South Carolina The Bank of South Carolina The Post and Courier Wells Fargo WestRock

ADC Engineering Specialists AT&T Anderson Insurance Associates, LLC BB&T Berkeley Electric Cooperative Boeing South Carolina COSTCO Wholesale Charleston Area Convention and Visitors Bureau Charleston County Aviation Authority College of Charleston Detyens Shipyards, Inc. Dixon Hughes Goodman, LLP FineMark National Bank & Trust First Citizens Bank GEL Group, Inc. Home Telecom Jones Ford Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, LLP Pinnacle Financial Partners Rick Hendrick Showa Denko Carbon, Inc. State Agencies Campaign TD Bank Target The Citadel WCSC-TV 5 Young Clement Rivers, LLP

Albany International BRPH Architects Engineers-South Carolina Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments Blue Cross Blue Shield of South Carolina Burr Foreman McNair CPM Federal Credit Union Charleston Southern University Charming Inns Dorchester County Government DuPont Eli Lilly and Company FedEx Housing Authority of the City of Charleston JW Aluminum Lanxess Norfolk Southern Corp Raymond James & Associates, Inc. Shell Oil Company Foundation South Carolina Federal Credit Union Synovus

TOTAL GIVING OF $25,000 - $49,999 Agfa Materials Bank of America C&S Retail Services Charleston County Government Charleston County School District City of Charleston City of North Charleston Dorchester School District 2 CresCom Bank Elliott Davis Harris Teeter Johnson Controls, Inc. LS3P Associates, LTD. PNC Financial Services Richardson, Patrick, Westbrook & Brickman Robert Bosch, LLC South Carolina Ports Authority SunTrust Bank The Beach Company Trident Health/HCA South Atlantic Division Trident Technical College Trident United Way United Parcel Service

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TOTAL GIVING OF $2,500 - $4,999 Aetna Banks Construction Company Border States Electric CIGNA HealthCare of South Carolina Combined Federal Campaign East Cooper Medical Center Eaton Corporation Holman/Auto Truck Group Origin SC Pfizer, Inc. RTI International Sonepar USA Southern First Bank Stryker Corporation Total Quality Logistics Venture Aerobearings Wal-Mart


OVER THE EDGE: RAPPEL UNITED

THANKS TO OUR EDGERS AND THEIR SUPPORTERS…

Over The Edge: Rappel United! took place on Saturday, May 18, 2019. In the inaugural year of this event in the Tri-County region, 46 brave souls, affectionately called ‘Edgers’, stepped over the side of nine-story Hyatt Place Charleston Historic District in an effort to support Trident United Way’s initiatives in education.

TOGETHER WE RAISED

$47,545 for Trident United Way and the Tri-County Reading by Third Project.

SPONSORS:

Hyatt Place Charleston Historic District Nucor Showa Denko Sonepar USA

IN-KIND MEDIA SPONSORS:

Adams Outdoor iHeart RADIO, The Kelly Golden Show WCSC Live 5 News UniMedia

TOSS THE BOSS CORPORATE PARTNERS: AstenJohnson The Bank of South Carolina Berkeley Electric Cooperative Elliott Davis Life Cycle Engineering, Inc. Sonepar USA

If you are interested in participating next year or becoming a sponsor, contact Amy Maciariello at amaciariello@tuw.org or (843) 740-7729.

WE CAN’T THANK YOU ENOUGH FOR GOING OVER THE EDGE WITH US!


Join leading corporate and individual citizens who step beyond the bounds of traditional giving and contribute a single, comprehensive gift in support of special events and activities necessary to run a successful campaign. We proudly salute these partners for their philanthropic leadership.

GOLD

Adams Outdoor Advertising Anita Zucker & The InterTech Group, Inc. The Boeing Company BP Chemical Company, Cooper River Plant Chernoff Newman Dominion Energy Ingevity Life Cycle Engineering, Inc. Medical University of South Carolina Nucor The Post and Courier Publix Super Markets, Inc. Select Health of South Carolina South State Bank Young Clement Rivers, LLP

SILVER

First Citizens Bank Trident Health System

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BRONZE

The Bank of South Carolina BB&T Charleston Regional Business Journal

2018–2019 BENEFACTORS

THANK YOU TO OUR 2018-2019 BENEFACTORS


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