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LIVE UNITED

Jonathan Duncan Student, KIPP: Tulsa College Preparatory

ANNUAL REPORT 2012


VISION 2013 STRATEGIC PLAN VISION We envision a community where all individuals and families achieve their full human potential

MISSION We unite people and resources to improve lives and build a stronger community 1

STRATEGIC STATEMENTS 1. Enhance organizational capacity and operational excellence 2. Achieve new funding sources while protecting and growing existing revenue streams 3. Deepen the community’s understanding of TAUW’s unique value 4. Expand ability to ensure that community investments match evolving community needs

Jim Bender 2012 Chairman Board of Directors


A Joint Message from the Chairman of the Board of Directors and the President and CEO The Tulsa Area United Way profit organizations to work toreached new levels of excellence gether in addressing broad-based in 2012. community needs. The Venture Grant program provides funding Our United Way attracted a re- to jump start new and creative cord-shattering level of support approaches to community chalby raising $25,575,522 – the lenges. Both programs foster highest fundraising total in our innovation, shared responsibility 88-year history. We surpassed our and efficiency among agencies goal of $24,900,000 by more than in making the Tulsa area a better $675,000 – the largest campaign place to live. overage ever achieved. What a year! Efficiency is one of our core values at the Tulsa Area United Way. This success belongs to all of Our supporters expect it and we us – whether we give, receive or demand it of ourselves. Accordboth – allowing us to have a sig- ing to the most recent data, the nificant impact on our community. Tulsa Area United Way maintains the third lowest overhead of all The campaign surplus provid- 1,200 United Ways. This efficiency ed us an opportunity to further helped us earn a perfect four-star strengthen our investments in the rating from Charity Navigator, one community, including additional of the nation’s most respected bafunding for our partner agencies rometers of nonprofit excellence. as well as our new Community Collaborations and Venture Finally, an economic impact study Grants initiatives. conducted in 2012 on behalf of the Tulsa Area United Way reThe Community Collaborations vealed that for every dollar given, program encourages local non- our partner agencies were able

to leverage an additional $11.30 from other sources. In addition, our investment in our partner agencies directly and indirectly supported 5,760 jobs in our community. We should all take pride in these accomplishments – this United Way belongs to all of us. Together, we reached out to help our neighbors in need.

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Thank you for Living United. Jim Bender 2012 Chairman Board of Directors Mark R. Graham President and CEO Mark R. Graham President and CEO Tulsa Area United Way


What Makes us Unique? The Tulsa Area United Way (TAUW) is the only nonprofit organization in the sixcounty area funding 61 partner agencies whose critical services deliver the three building blocks to a better life: Education, Financial Stability, and Health/Safety. By focusing on these essential building blocks, community volunteers, along with TAUW, help identify urgent community

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needs and ensure that all donations are wisely invested to meet the highest identified necessities. The funds target community initiatives and help sustain our 61 partner agencies in providing services for citizens of every age and circumstance, from prenatal to end-oflife, through all stages of their lifetimes.


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Our Process All contributions have a direct and profound impact on improving the lives of people you know – living in your neighborhood, attending your children’s school, working alongside you every day.

• TAUW’s investment in partner agencies directly and indirectly supported 5,760 jobs

Those combined donations also create a significant economic “return on investment” in this six-county area. A recent research study shows that our United Way is truly an economic engine for this community:

This is why the Tulsa Area United Way exists: to improve lives and build a stronger community by bringing citizens together to give, advocate and volunteer.

• For every dollar given, TAUW partner agencies leveraged an additional $11.30 from other resources

• Annual economic impact was $285,544,318

The Tulsa Area United Way Economic Impact Study was completed in December 2012 by the Community Service Council with assistance from the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University.

PARTNER AGENCIES submitted funding requests

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COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS

spent 5 months reviewing community needs and agency effectiveness

5,000

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VOLUNTEER HOURS

contributed to assess and recommend wise investments of your dollars

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CABINET AND BOARD VOLUNTEERS

assessed recommendations and determined final campaign goal

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MILLION DOLLARS

raised in 2012 by over 2,000 volunteers and more than 50,000 donors

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PEOPLE HELPED

in the six-county area last year


46% of TAUW funding is invested in Education including: BUILDING BLOCK:

EDUCATION

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Education is a fundamental building block to a better life. That is why TAUW and its 61 partner agencies support lifelong learning from the youngest members of our community to its most senior citizens through educational information, training or counseling.

Family and individual counseling Youth development and mentoring Family/parental education High school completion Early childhood development

Examples of Community Impact n The average GPA of students attending Street School increased from 1.2 to 2.6. n Nearly 400 Broken Arrow students received weekend food supplies through the Broken Arrow Neighbors’ Food for Kids program. n 90 percent of preschool parents in the Family Literacy program at the YMCA of Greater Tulsa reported reading more to their children each week.

We Believe‌

everyone deserves a quality education for success in life from the youngest members of our community to its most senior citizens.


How Your Gift Helped Most of us dream of a better life, make you a better person,” she but fewer follow through to make says. it happen. Dulce Navarrete is one of those few. She recently graduated from Opening Doors, a 10-week class Facing challenges, Dulce and her that helps participants prepare family are on the fast track to a for college and a career, and The better life, with the help of two Incredible Years, a 14-week parTulsa Area United Way partner enting class. Now she has plans agencies. to enroll in college with dreams to become a police officer. “You can improve your life, but you have to be willing to ask for She also joined the Community help,” Dulce said. Action Project (CAP) – Headstart Parents’ Council, serving as a Dulce was born in the Mexican representative and advocate for state of Michoacan, and moved parents in her neighborhood on with her parents to Arizona when the governing board. she was five. She completed high school in Phoenix but didn’t have “I’ve learned so much about how specific plans for her future. nonprofit organizations serve the community.” In that leadership A few years later she found her- role, she serves as a bilingual self in an East Tulsa neighbor- voice and mentor for her peers. hood with her partner Antonio Hernandez and three children. Her oldest son, Jesus Gonzalez, 8, Although Antonio made a decent is a student at Skelly Elementary living in the construction indus- School. Her two youngest chiltry, Dulce needed some direction. dren, Pedro Hernandez, 4, and Dulce Hernandez, six months, are She found out about the many enrolled in educational programs ways Family and Children’s Ser- at CAP. vices (FCS) can help families and took full advantage of several of “I feel like we all have a plan their programs. “They can help now.”

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Dulce Navarrete, Dulce Hernandez, Pedro Hernandez, and Antonio Hernandez


8% of TAUW funding is invested in Financial Stability including: BUILDING BLOCK:

FINANCIAL STABILITY

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Through the services of our partner agencies, thousands of Tulsa area residents have been placed in jobs, pulled themselves out of debt, been able to put food on their tables or stayed in their homes thanks to your contributions.

Employment skills training Homeless prevention Basic needs support Financial education Foreclosure prevention

Examples of Community Impact n Goodwill Industries placed 922 individuals in jobs, resulting in wages earned of $6.4 million and an economic impact of $42.7 million. n 60 percent of seniors counseled by LIFE Senior Services’ Medicare Part D volunteers either enrolled in Part D for the first time or switched plans - saving them more than $1,300,000 on their projected prescription drug costs, surpassing last year’s savings of $845,000. n Ability Resources provided 286 adults age 60 and older with 19,954 transit coupons for visits to dialysis sites, saving them $59,800.

We Believe…

everyone should be able to earn an adequate income to sustain their lives, regardless of the economic climate of the country.


How Your Gift Helped Jahna Youngpeter found a new Now she’s a Certified Peer Recovlife through two Tulsa Area United ery Support Specialist at the MenWay partner agencies. tal Health Association. She helps participants of the Peer Outreach “I was in and out of addiction Services program obtain identififor 23 years,” Jahna said. “I was cation paperwork, apply for beneafraid of the system and viewed fits, and overcome transportation myself as damaged.” needs. She found herself in jail facing a potential prison sentence. “But by the grace of God, I was referred to Family and Children’s Services’ Women in Recovery program instead,” said Jahna.

“We go above and beyond to get them what they need to move forward with their recovery,” she says. “Just knowing that I understand what they are going through, helps participants open up to me,” said Jahna.

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She spent 15 months in the program where she says she “found my true self” and began her transformation. “God gave me my Jahna agrees that she wouldn’t life back and Women in Recovery be where she is without the help taught me how to live it.” of the Mental Health Association and the Women in Recovery ProJahna then spent six unsuccess- gram. In addition to her current ful months looking for employ- job, she also speaks to groups of ment. “I had a lot of self doubt as people about her recovery. to why no one would hire me.” “My job helps me stay active and That’s when she found the Men- working toward my own recovery. tal Health Association in Tul- There is nothing more satisfying sa’s Transitional Employment than giving back to the communiprogram. There Jahna gained ty and helping my peers.” computer skills, experience in customer relations and a healthy dose of self confidence.

Jahna Youngpeter


46% of TAUW funding is invested in Health & Safety including: BUILDING BLOCK:

HEALTH & SAFETY

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From first aid to basic emergency needs and more, the Tulsa Area United Way is committed to fostering a safer and healthier community. Over half of TAUW’s partner agencies offer information, training and/or counseling to help Tulsa area residents live longer, healthier and more productive lives.

Health education Mental health Disabilities Treatment of addictions Disaster response Emergency shelter

Examples of Community Impact n The American Red Cross - Tulsa Area Chapter cared for more than 400 families in four shelters, providing 21,000 meals and 20,000 bottles of water, distributing 440 comfort kits containing essential hygiene items, and handing out more than 5,250 rakes, shovels, trash bags, gloves and other supplies to help residents with cleanup efforts during and after the wildfires in Creek County. n 90 percent of clients in Youth Services of Tulsa’s re-entry program for juvenile offenders have reintegrated into society and are contributing positively to the community.

We Believe…

everyone deserves to live in a safe environment with access to health care and support that leads to a healthy lifestyle while avoiding risky behavior.


How Your Gift Helped Who doesn’t remember Bob Hower and the Channel 8 News Guys riding into town on their horses? Hower, a broadcasting legend, holds a special place in the hearts of native Tulsans.

with her father, a lover of animals.

Last summer, the News Guys and other names in Tulsa broadcasting history held a reunion. Don Woods, of Gusty fame, was able to attend shortly before his death. Bob So it may come as a comfort to Hower passed away after his know that Bob spent his final days friend Don, on Sept. 22 at the age surrounded by his own family and of 87. his new hospice family at home in Tulsa. “Dad was beloved by so many people in Tulsa,” she says. “The hospice staff became part of “Everywhere we went, people his family,” said Pamela Hower, recognized him.” Bob’s daughter. “Now they’re part of our family – they still call and Many Tulsans remember Bob as keep in touch.” the longtime news anchor at KTUL Channel 8, but before that, he Pamela moved her father to her hosted a dance program similar home in San Diego, Calif., eight to American Bandstand in San years ago so she could spend more Diego. Through the program, he time with him. He later developed crossed paths with the Beatles vascular dementia. Last year, she and Sonny and Cher. He also wrote decided to move with him back to a book titled “Angels of Mercy” Tulsa, so he could spend his final about the Tulsa Race Riot. days in his hometown. But most people will remember When they returned, she asked him for “The Waiting Child,” Hospice of Green Country, a United a child adoption program and Way partner agency, to help care popular song, both of which for her father. received national attention. “They have an animal care program, which was of special interest to us,” said Pamela, who is a licensed counselor, and along

“Hospice brought Dad such dignity in his final days,” Pamela said. “I’ll be forever grateful to them.”

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Pamela Hower


Financial Review For years ended 12/31/12 and 12/31/11 Where the Dollars Come From

(1) 2012 2011

REVENUES

Contributions - Current Campaign $ 24,768,669 (2) $ 23,898,788 Contributions - Prior Years’ Campaigns 984,126 1,168,237 Less Collection Loss Provision (648,025) (767,816) Non-Campaign Contributions 7,682 66,078 Special Grants 150,000 100,000 Net Investment Return 179,599 53,859 Other 16,199 8,289 Total Revenues $ 25,458,250 $ 24,527,435

EXPENSES

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Program Services Education $ 8,573,566 $ 8,901,029 Health/Safety 8,573,566 9,094,529 Financial Stability 1,491,055 1,354,504 Venture Grants and Special Funding 1,403,715 1,389,673 Partner Agency Relations 402,984 380,087 Total Program Services $ 20,444,886 $ 21,119,822 Management and General Expense 1,006,695 989,174 Fund Raising Costs 1,323,367 1,339,620

Total Expenses

$ 22,774,948

10% Foundations 27% Corporations 63% Employees and Individuals

Where the Dollars are Invested

$ 23,448,616

Change in Net Assets 2,683,302 1,078,819 Less Change in Restricted Net Assets 1,180,750 629,604 Unrestricted Change in Net Assets 1,502,552

449,215

Unrestricted Net Assets, Beginning of Year 8,716,337 8,267,122 Unrestricted Net Assets, End of Year

$ 10,218,889

$ 8,716,337 8% Financial Stability

(1) 2012 amounts are unaudited. (2) As of 12/31/2012. The Tulsa Area United Way does not charge membership fees or dues to its partner agencies.

46% Education 46% Health & Safety


2013 Board of Directors Officers Board Chair: Chet Cadieux QuikTrip Corporation Chair Elect: Becky J. Frank Schnake Turnbo Frank | PR Vice Chair: Robyn Ewing Williams Secretary: David Keglovits GableGotwals Assistant Secretary: Clint Swanson Rogers and Bell Treasurer: Mike Rhoads Oklahoma Department of Insurance Assistant Treasurer: Cathy Gates Ernst & Young, LLP Ethics Officer: Page Bachman St. John Health System

Kelli Bailey CMO Ltd. Dr. Keith Ballard Tulsa Public Schools Basil Barimo NORDAM D. Bruce Binkley T.D. Williamson, Inc. Jeff Callison United States Postal Service Steve Capron Capron & Edwards, PC Daniel L. Christner John Christner Trucking Dr. Gerry Clancy The University of Oklahoma-Tulsa William J. Collins, III American Airlines Paul Cornell SpiritBank Jeff Crippen Omni Air International Eric Draheim Kimberly-Clark Corporation Dan Ellinor Bank of Oklahoma N.A. Elizabeth Frame Ellison Lobeck-Taylor Foundation Shane Fernandez Crafton Tull Kevin Gross Hillcrest HealthCare System

Ted Haynes Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma John Hewitt Matrix Service Company Betsy G. Jackson Hall Estill Willard Jones Greater Cornerstone Church Jim Langdon Langdon Publishing Company Caron Lawhorn ONEOK, Inc. John W. Lindsay Helmerich & Payne, Inc. David Littlefield Littlefield Brand Development Bobby Lorton World Publishing Company Dean Luthey GableGotwals Steve Mackin Cancer Treatment Center of America at Southwestern Regional Medical Center Steve McIntosh Williams Mike Mears Magellan Midstream Partners, L.P. Mike Messick TWU Local 514

Dennis Neill Samson Energy Company, LLC Jim Norton Jim Norton Toyota Dave Ratcliff CWA, Local 6012 Michael Rider AFSCME, Local 1180 J. Brad Roberts Hilti, Inc. Eli Smith Saint Francis Health System Stuart Solomon Public Service Company of Oklahoma Stuart Sullivan QuikTrip Corporation Don Walker ARVEST Bank Ex-Officio Members Michael Redman Neuens Mitchell Freese, pllc Mark R. Graham Tulsa Area United Way Board Interns Amy Berry Leadership Tulsa Dezeray Edwards TYPros Melvin Murdock New Voices

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2012 Campaign Cabinet

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Chet Cadieux, Chair QuikTrip Corporation

Howard Barnett Oklahoma State University in Tulsa

Leadership Becky J. Frank, Chair Schnake Turnbo Frank | PR

Trailblazers David Littlefield Littlefield Brand Development

Direct Mail/Individuals Mark Jennemann Bullseye Database Marketing

Women’s Leadership Council Alison Anthony Williams

Foundations Public Service and Alana Hughes Government Charles and Lynn Schusterman Tom McKeon, Chair Family Foundation Tulsa Community College Labor City Brad Ford Paul Zachary Plumbers & Pipefitters, City of Tulsa Public Works Local 430 Combined Federal Campaign Loaned Executives Jeff Callison Becky J. Frank United States Postal Service Schnake Turnbo Frank | PR Marketing David Wagner Schnake Turnbo Frank | PR Small Business Council Paul Cornell SpiritBank Tocqueville Society Billie Barnett Community Volunteer

County John Smaligo Tulsa County Board of Commissioners Education Brett Campbell Tulsa Community College Jarod Mendenhall Broken Arrow Public Schools

Nonprofits Regina Moon American Red Cross Tulsa Area Chapter State Charitable Campaign Mike Rhoads Oklahoma Department of Insurance

Sapulpa Betty Calley American Heritage Bank

Professional Business Kevin Gross, Chair Hillcrest HealthCare System

Transportation Bob Peterson Melton Truck Lines, Inc.

Accountants Anita Holloway Ernst & Young, LLP

Energy and General Business Attorneys Dean Luthey Stacy Schusterman, Chair Green Country and Commerce Samson Energy Company, LLC GableGotwals Stephen Fater, Chair Finance Business/Retail QuikTrip Corporation Patrick Piper Cathy Wilson Bank of Oklahoma, N.A. Aerospace Bank of Oklahoma, N.A. Basil Barimo Healthcare CommTech NORDAM Linda Tiemens Russ Florence Select Specialty Hospital Bristow Schnake Turnbo Frank | PR Scott West Insurance Construction Bristow Medical Center Stuart DeSelms John Rupe The Holmes Organisation, Inc. Hospitality Rupe Building Co. Kelli Ostmeyer Energy QuikTrip Corporation Stuart Solomon Manufacturing Public Service Company of Rob Teis Oklahoma AAON, Inc. Energy Services Okmulgee John Bell Joe Winkle Helmerich & Payne, Inc. First National Bank & Trust Real Estate of Okmulgee Steve Ganzkow American Residential Group


2012 Campaign Chair It was a privilege and honor to serve as your 2012 Campaign Chair for the Tulsa Area United Way. The 2012 Campaign was a year of records – the highest amount raised in our 88-year history, the largest overall increase over a previous year, largest Trailblazer Campaign, and the most challenge grants ever offered.

unteered at one of our 61 partner agencies. There’s more than one way to support your community and you all played an important role.

raised a record $850,970 for their own campaigns, and the Tulsa Area United Way posted a record $134,000 for its employee campaign, helping our local United Way to rank first among its peers A special thank you goes to our nationally in giving by nonprofit Campaign Cabinet, which began organizations. Now that’s putting the year with some significant your money where your heart is. challenges but recorded increases across every industry sector. To the entire team (that’s all of Your dedication, hard work, and you), please accept my sincerest professionalism were unequaled. gratitude.

My role as Chair allowed me to view the campaign at a macro We attracted more than 150 new level and what I witnessed was Company Campaigns and more truly a team effort. than 2,500 new Leadership Givers – truly impressive achieveThe team’s roster included hun- ments that hold great promise for dreds of volunteers who served future successful campaigns. on our Board of Directors, Campaign Cabinet, Community In- I am also particularly grateful to vestments Cabinet, and Women’s our sponsors, who helped keep Leadership Council. You are the our costs low by providing valuengine that keeps our United Way able media, catering and event moving. services. Your monetary as well as in-kind donations were crucial The team also included those who to the success of the campaign. participated in a Day of Caring project, enrolled in a payroll de- Finally, the staff of the Tulsa Area duction program at work, or vol- United Way’s 61 partner agencies

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As we move into the 2013 campaign, let’s remember that the need remains great in our community. We should not allow our past success to allow us to become complacent. Let’s duplicate that success in 2013! Chet Cadieux 2012 Chair Campaign Cabinet

Chet Cadieux 2012 Chairman Campaign Cabinet


Leaders in Giving Leaders in Total Dollars Raised The following companies, foundations and trusts are ranked by employee gift and corporate gift combined.

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$999K - $250K American Airlines, Inc. The Anne & Henry Zarrow Foundation Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group, Inc. Helmerich & Payne, Inc. J.E. & L.E. Mabee Foundation, Inc. Kaiser-Francis Oil Company Kimberly-Clark Corporation Magellan Midstream Partners, LP NORDAM Saint Francis Health System Samson Resources Company T.D. Williamson, Inc. WPX Energy, Inc.

$249K - $100K Alliance Resource Partners, LP ARVEST Bank AT&T Broken Arrow Public Schools City of Tulsa Enterprise Holdings Ernst & Young, LLP Explorer Pipeline The F&M Bank & Trust Company Family & Children’s Services GableGotwals H.A. & Mary K. Chapman Charitable Trust Hall Estill Herman Kaiser Foundation Hillcrest HealthCare System

Hilti, Inc. Holly Frontier Refinery Jim Norton Toyota John Christner Trucking Matrix Service Company Melton Truck Lines, Inc. Omni Air International Pepsi Beverages Company Public Service Company of Oklahoma QEP Energy Company Samson Energy Company Seminole Energy Services Senior Star Living St. John Health System Tulsa Area United Way Tulsa County


Leaders in Giving Tulsa Public Schools Union Public Schools University of Tulsa VA Regional Office World Publishing Company United States Postal Service - Customer Service Administration $99K - $50K American Residential Group Cimarex Energy Citizens Security Bank and Trust Company CommunityCare, Inc. Conner & Winters, LLP D & L Oil Tools Flintco, LLC Frederic Dorwart Lawyers Goodwill Industries of Tulsa The Hille Family Charitable Foundation The Holmes Organisation, Inc. HoganTaylor, LLP Illinois Tool Works Ketchum Charitable Foundation OSU in Tulsa OU-Tulsa Schusterman Center

Spirit AeroSystems State Farm Insurance Companies Tulsa Community College Unit Corporation UPS U.S. Army Corps of Engineers United States Postal Service - Plant Administration Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Whirlpool Corporation Willbros Engineering Zarrow Family Office $49K - $30K AAON, Inc. American Heritage Bank Anchor Gasoline Corporation Arby’s AVB Bank Baker Hughes BancFirst BKD, LLP Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa Crowe & Dunlevy, Attorneys and Counselors at Law Cyclonic Valve Company, Inc. Deloitte

First National Bank & Trust of Okmulgee First Oklahoma Bank Grant Thornton, LLP IBM Jenks Public Schools John Steele Zink Foundation LIFE Senior Services Lobeck-Taylor Foundation Mazzio’s Corporation Mid-Continent Group MidFirst Bank Nadel & Gussman, LLC ONB Bank OSU Medical Center PACCAR Winch Division PennWell Corporation Ramsey Industries Target Corporation TTCU The Credit Union Tulsa Federal Credit Union Tulsa Technology Center Warehouse Market, Inc. YMCA of Greater Tulsa Youth Services of Tulsa

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Leaders in Giving Leaders in Total Number of Leadership Givers The following companies are ranked by total number of Leadership Givers (those giving $500 or more). 750-250 Bank of Oklahoma, N.A. NORDAM ONEOK, Inc. QuikTrip Corporation

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249-100 American Airlines, Inc. City of Tulsa Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group, Inc. Helmerich & Payne, Inc. Hilti, Inc. Kimberly-Clark Corporation Public Service Company of Oklahoma Saint Francis Health System T.D. Williamson, Inc. Tulsa County Union Public Schools Williams WPX Energy, Inc.

Family & Children’s Services GableGotwals Hillcrest HealthCare System Jim Norton Toyota Magellan Midstream Partners, LP Matrix Service Company Samson Energy Company St. John Health System

49-25 Alliance Resource Partners, LP ARVEST Bank AT&T Broken Arrow Public Schools Cimarex Energy Citizens Security Bank and Trust Company City of Broken Arrow CommunityCare, Inc. Conner & Winters, LLP D & L Oil Tools 99-50 Deloitte Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma Ernst & Young, LLP Explorer Pipeline Flintco, LLC The F&M Bank & Trust Company Frederic Dorwart Lawyers

Goodwill Industries of Tulsa Hall Estill HoganTaylor, LLP Holly Frontier Refinery The Holmes Organisation, Inc. John Christner Trucking Omni Air International OSU in Tulsa Ramsey Industries SpiritBank Tulsa Area United Way Tulsa Community College Unit Corporation University of Tulsa UPS World Publishing Company YMCA of Greater Tulsa Youth Services of Tulsa 24-10 12 & 12, Inc. AAA Oklahoma AAON, Inc. American Heritage Bank American Residential Group

AVB Bank BancFirst Bank of America Benefit Informatics BKD, LLP Camp Fire USA Green Country Council, Inc. Commercial Financial Services - CFS II Community Action Project of Tulsa County Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa Compression Solutions, Inc. Credit Counseling Centers of Oklahoma Crowe & Dunlevy, Attorneys and Counselors at Law Cyclonic Valve Company, Inc. Doerner, Saunders, Daniel & Anderson, LLP DVIS/Call Rape eLynx Technologies Enterprise Holdings First National Bank & Trust of Okmulgee First Oklahoma Bank


Leaders in Giving Firstar Bank GlobalHealth, Inc. Grant Thornton, LLP Inverness Village - Residents Kaiser-Francis Oil Company Leaders Life Insurance Company LIFE Senior Services McAfee & Taft McElroy Manufacturing, Inc. Melton Truck Lines, Inc. Mental Health Association in Tulsa Mid-Continent Group MidFirst Bank Nadel & Gussman, LLC New Gulf Resources, LLC ONB Bank OSU Medical Center OU-Tulsa Schusterman Center PACCAR Winch Division Palmer The Parent Child Center of Tulsa PennWell Corporation Pepsi Beverages Company Petrohawk Energy Corporation Riggs, Abney, Neal, Turpen, Orbison & Lewis, Inc. Samson Resources Company Seminole Energy Services

Senior Star Living Smithco Engineering, Inc. State Farm Insurance Companies Street School Summit Bank Terra Nitrogen - Catoosa The Trane Company TTCU The Credit Union Tulsa Boys’ Home Tulsa CARES Tulsa Federal Credit Union Tulsa Regional Chamber Tulsa Technology Center Willbros Engineering Woodard Technology and Investments 9-5 American Bank & Trust Company American Red Cross - Tulsa Area Chapter and Blood Services Baker Hughes Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma The Bridges Foundation Budco Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Southwestern Regional Medical Center CB Richard Ellis|Oklahoma Tulsa Properties CenterPoint Field Energy Services, Inc.

CFR, Inc. Chubb & Son City of Owasso Clifford Power Systems Commerce Bank Emoteq Corporation Energy One Federal Credit Union FedEx Corporation Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma GlassWilken, PC IC of Oklahoma, LLC Jackie Cooper Imports of Tulsa, LLC Johnson & Jones, PC KPMG, LLP Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc. LIMCO Airepair, Inc. Littlefield Brand Development Luxa Enterprises, LLC Manhattan Construction Company Margaret Hudson Program McIntosh Services, Inc. McJunkin Red Man Corporation MetLife Mid-Con Energy Partners, LP Montereau, Inc. Morgan Stanley/Smith Barney Morton Comprehensive Health Services Neosource, Inc.

Oklahoma Central Credit Union Oral Roberts University Patriot Bank Regent Bank Rhodes, Hieronymus, Jones, Tucker & Gable Rich & Cartmill, Inc. Ricoh USA, Inc. The Rowland Group of Staffing Companies Safety Training Systems, Inc. The Salvation Army - Tulsa Area Command Selco, LLC Sheehan Pipeline Construction Company Society of Exploration Geophysicists SPX Heat Transfer, Inc. TCI Services, Inc. The Trust Company of Oklahoma Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless Valley National Bank Warehouse Market, Inc. Whirlpool Corporation Windstream Youth Services of Creek County YWCA Tulsa Zarrow Family Office

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Corporate Leadership Awards The Williams Summit Leadership Award: QuikTrip Corporation

QuikTrip Corporation is this year’s recipient of the Williams Summit Leadership Award for the Best Overall Campaign. The QuikTrip campaign was truly one for the record books, meeting all nine criteria for this prestigious award. QuikTrip experienced a 40 percent increase over the previous year in both total campaign and Leadership Giving dollars. This is QuikTrip’s ninth consecutive year to raise more than one million dollars and this year they surpassed the two million dollar mark.

Combined Federal Campaign Eagle Award: United States Postal Service – Customer Service Administration

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The United States Postal Service – Customer Service Administration achieved a 16 percent increase in its overall campaign. Employee Campaign Coordinators garnered 121 Leadership Givers with total giving of more than $125,000. Employees exhibited outstanding volunteer engagement, contributing members to the United Way’s Board of Directors, Campaign Cabinet, and Loaned Executive program.

Leadership Giving Award: Saint Francis Health System

Saint Francis Health System increased its number of Leadership Givers by 55 percent in 2012. Management led meetings to encourage employee support at the Leadership level. Employees were offered incentives to give at this level, and encouraged to participate in order to see their contributions matched by challenge grants.

Matrix Service Company

Matrix Service Company recorded an astonishing 183 percent increase in Leadership Givers in 2012. Fifty-five new and increased Leadership Givers leveraged more than $38,000 in challenge grant funds. The company generously matched contributions by its employees and showed its support at employee meetings by offering day off incentives for those giving at the Leadership Level. More than 84 percent of employee contributions were from Leadership Givers.


Corporate Leadership Awards Trailblazer Award: Ramsey Industries

Ramsey Industries helped blaze the trail for a spectacular campaign by doubling its campaign. They followed many of the 10 Steps to a Successful Campaign and participated in all Trailblazer activities. Trailblazers are organizations that conduct early campaigns, committing to a 10 percent increase over last year and setting an example for other workplace campaigns to follow.

Illuminate Award: American Red Cross, Tulsa Area Chapter and Blood Services

The American Red Cross, Tulsa Area Chapter and Blood Services went all out for the 2012 Campaign, conducting a total of 90 presentations in support of the overall campaign. Top leadership and highly engaged Employee Campaign Coordinators shared responsibilities and increased their campaign by an astounding 27.3 percent with employee pledging up 64 percent.

Ignite Award: GlobalHealth, Inc.

GlobalHealth, Inc., is a primary example of what a new campaign can achieve. In its very first campaign, the company raised more than $19,000 and 74 percent of donors gave at the Leadership Level.

Bristow Medical Center

In Green Country, Bristow Medical Center set the standard with an outstanding first-time campaign. Raising nearly $6,000 put them squarely among the top five campaigns in Bristow. The organization followed the 10 Steps to a Successful Campaign and participated in the Day of Caring.

Small Business Award: Frederic Dorwart Lawyers

Frederic Dorwart Lawyers has been a long-time supporter of the United Way financially and through volunteer participation. They earned the 2012 Small Business Award for organizations with fewer than 50 employees by raising more than $73,000. They had an 11 percent overall increase over the previous year and a 21 percent increase in Leadership Givers.

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The Best of the Best Award recognizes organizations with a campaign increase of at least 5%, employee participation of 75% or more, and employee per capita giving of $250 or more.

Ability Resources, Inc. Alliance Resource Partners, LP Anchor Gasoline Corporation BancFirst - Tulsa Bank of Oklahoma, N.A. BKD, LLP The Bridges Foundation Broken Arrow Seniors Budco Caring Community Friends, Inc. CenterPoint Field Energy Services, Inc. Central National Bank UN AREA ITED SA

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Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group, Inc. Eastern Oklahoma Donated Dental Services Ernst & Young, LLP Explorer Pipeline The F&M Bank & Trust Company First Oklahoma Bank Firstar Bank Frederic Dorwart Lawyers GableGotwals HoganTaylor, LLP Jim D. Burwell, CPA

KPMG, LLP Leaders Life Insurance Company Littlefield Brand Development Luxa Enterprises, LLC Magellan Midstream Partners, LP MidFirst Bank Neosource, Inc. ONEOK, Inc. Patriot Bank Physical Therapy of Tulsa QuikTrip Corporation • QuikTrip - Corporate • QuikTrip - Division

Regent Bank Samson Energy Company Schnake Turnbo Frank | PR Street School Summit Bank SuperTarget #2542 101st & Memorial The Trane Company and Members of Plumbers and Pipefitters Local 430 Total Source for Hearing-Loss and Access Tulsa Area United Way Tulsa Boys’ Home Tulsa CARES

Tulsa County • Information Technology Department • Tulsa Area Emergency Management Agency (TAEMA) Tulsa Regional Chamber Valley National Bank Wal-Mart #4615 Glenpool Williams Youth Services of Creek County Youth Services of Tulsa

Award of Excellence

The Award of Excellence recognizes organizations with employee participation of 75% or more and per capita giving of $185 or more.

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American Residential Group AmeriTrust Corporation AMSCO Arby’s

AVB Bank BancFirst - Coweta Broken Arrow Public Schools Margaret Hudson Program Benefit Informatics

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma Camp Fire USA Green Country Council, Inc. Capron & Edwards, PC

CareATC Ceja Corporation The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges CFR, Inc.


Award-Winning Campaigns Child Abuse Network (CAN) Chubb & Son Citizens Security Bank and Trust Company • Bixby • Okmulgee City of Tulsa • Finance Department • Mayor’s Office • Water Administration Commerce Bank Community Bank - Bristow Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa CompSource Oklahoma Credit Counseling Centers of Oklahoma Crossroads, Inc. Crowe & Dunlevy, Attorneys and Counselors at Law Cyclonic Valve Company, Inc. D & L Oil Tools Davis Bros., LLC Deloitte Doerner, Saunders, Daniel & Anderson, LLP DVIS/Call Rape Eagle Fuels Elliott Dozier & Helland, PC

Empire Petroleum Energy One Federal Credit Union First National Bank Broken Arrow First National Bank & Trust of Okmulgee First United Bank of Sapulpa Flintco, LLC Gerdau Ameristeel - Sheffield Steel Corporation and Members of USW Local 2741 Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma GlassWilkin, PC Glenn Elliott & Associates, Inc. GlobalHealth, Inc. Goodwill Industries of Tulsa Grant Thornton, LLP Hall Estill Harlan Motor Company Helmerich & Payne, Inc. The Holmes Organisation, Inc. Hospice of Green Country James, Potts & Wulfers, Inc. Jim Norton Toyota John Christner Trucking Johnson & Jones, PC The Journal Record Kaiser-Francis Oil Company

Kimberly-Clark Corporation KWB Oil Property Management, Inc. Langdon Publishing Company Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc. and Members of LSUW Local 2320 LIFE Senior Services Marsh Oil & Gas Company Matrix Service Company McAfee & Taft Melton Truck Lines, Inc. Metropolitan Tulsa Urban League Mid-Con Energy Partners, LP Nadel & Gussman, LLC New Gulf Resources, LLC NORDAM Northeastern Oklahoma Central Labor Council NuStar Energy Oklahoma Central Credit Union Oklahoma Department of Insurance Omni Air International Operation Aware of Oklahoma, Inc. Optimus Corporation

The Parent Child Center of Tulsa Palmer Peoples Bank PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP QEP Energy Company Retired Senior Volunteer Program Rich & Cartmill, Inc. Riggs, Abney, Neal, Turpen, Orbison & Lewis, Inc. Rogers & Bell The Rowland Group of Staffing Companies Samson Resources Company Sand Springs Community Services Sapulpa Vision Center Seminole Energy Services Senior Star Living Show, Inc. Singer Bros. Stanfield & O’Dell, PC Stuart, Biolchini & Turner T.D. Williamson, Inc. THG Energy & Technology Solutions, LLC Tulsa Public Schools • Associate Superintendent - Elementary Schools

• Chief of Staff Office Travelers Insurance Tulsa Advocates for the Rights of Citizens with Developmental Disabilities Tulsa CASA, Inc. Tulsa County • Administrative Services • Board of Commissioners • Election Board • Human Resources • Social Services Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless Tulsa National Bank Tulsa New Holland Union Public Schools Andersen Elementary Visiting Nurse Association of Tulsa Williford Companies Windstream Woodard Technology and Investments World Travel Services, LLC WPX Energy, Inc. Zebco, a WC Bradley Company

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Clifford Power Systems Commercial Financial Services - CFS II Communication Graphics CommunityCare, Inc. Compression Solutions, Inc. Conner & Winters, LLP Crane Carrier Company and Members of USW Local 6157 Dayco Products, LLC Eastern Oklahoma Ear, Nose & Throat Enterprise Holdings Hilti, Inc. Holly Frontier Refinery International Insurance Brokers, Ltd. John F. Carletti & J. Andrew Carletti, DDS Kevin Grover GMC

Margaret Hudson Program Marti Levinson, DDS Mental Health Association in Tulsa Midas OG&E - Sapulpa ONB Bank Pepsi Beverages Company PMg Ramsey Industries RCB Bank - Owasso 96th St. Resonance Center for Women, Inc. Rhodes, Hieronymus, Jones, Tucker & Gable Riddle & Wimbish Rodolf & Todd Safety Training Systems, Inc. The Salvation Army Tulsa Area Command

Security Bank Selco, LLC Sheehan Pipeline Construction Company Southwestern Payroll Service, Inc. SpiritBank • Bristow • Tulsa Stillwater National Bank Stuart C. Irby Company Tulsa Public Schools Office of the Superintendent True Digital Security The Trust Company of Oklahoma Tulsa County • Clerks Office • Court Services • OSU Extension Center • Treasurer’s Office

Tulsa Federal Credit Union Twenty First Properties, Inc. Unit Corporation Union Public Schools • Alternative School • Education Service Center • Jarman Elementary • Moore Elementary Woodrum, Tate & Associates, PLLC World Publishing Company Youth at Heart, Inc.


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American Heritage Bank • Beggs • Sapulpa American Red Cross Tulsa Area Chapter and Blood Services American Southwest Mortgage Company BancFirst - Sand Springs Cargill Steel and Wire Cimarex Energy City of Tulsa • Auditing • Communications • Housing Authority • INCOG • Engineering Cortrol Process Systems, Inc. Court of Civil Appeals Tulsa Divisions eLynx Technologies

Enterprise Rent-A-Car First Fidelity Bank Grand Bank Grubb & Ellis Horizon Well Logging, LLC Inverness Village - Residents Johnson Controls, Inc. and Members of Plumbers and Pipefitters Local 430 KIPP: Tulsa College Preparatory McIntosh Services, Inc. and Members of Plumbers and Pipefitters Local 430 and Sheet Metal Workers Local 270 McJunkin Red Man Corporation Mid-Continent Group Morris State Bank Morrow-Gill Lumber Company Okmulgee County Family Resource Center

OSU in Tulsa Owasso Public Schools Administration PennWell Corporation Pray Walker, PC Public Service Company of Oklahoma and Members of IBEW Local 1002 Ricoh USA, Inc. Robinowitz Oil Company Society of Exploration Geophysicists Southwood Landscape & Nursery Sapulpa Public Schools Bartlett Academy State Department of Banking Stonebridge Technologies, Inc. Sullivan & Company Sutherland Global Services The Leinbach Company

Tulsa Public Schools • Academic Achievement Zone • Clinton Middle • Emerson Elementary • Mayo Demonstration Center Tulsa Community College Conference Center U.S. Pioneer Union Public Schools • Boevers Elementary • Briarglen Elementary • Cedar Ridge Elementary • Darnaby Elementary • Eighth Grade Center • Grove Elementary • McAuliffe Elementary • Peters Elementary • Roy Clark Elementary • Thomas Jefferson Elementary • Union High

UPS and Members of Teamsters Local 516 Western Sun Federal Credit Union

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Air Power Systems, Inc. Albright, Rusher & Hardcastle American Airlines, Inc. and Members of TWU Local 514 AT&T and Members of CWA Local 6012 Bank of America The Barkley Law Firm Broken Arrow Public Schools • Centennial Middle • Country Lane Elementary • Country Lane Intermediate • Ernest Childers Middle • Highland Park • Leisure Park Elementary • Liberty Elementary • Oliver Middle • Rhoades Elementary • Sequoyah Middle • Westwood Elementary CB Richard Ellis|Oklahoma Tulsa Properties Chevron Corporation Chris Nikel’s Chrysler Jeep Dodge

City of Tulsa • AB Jewell Water Treatment Plant and members of AFSCME Local 1180 • EMSA • Fire Department and Members of Tulsa Fire Fighters Local 176 • Mohawk Water Treatment Plant and Members of AFSCME Local 1180 • Real Estate and Workforce • Working in Neighborhoods CJC Architects, Inc. Covington Aircraft DHS - Child Support Enforcement West Dresser-Rand Company Tulsa Repair Center Emoteq Corporation Excel Therapy First Oklahoma Federal Credit Union Frontier Plastic Fabricators, Inc.

Head, Johnson & Kachigian Ihloff Salon & Day Spa Jeanmarie Creations Jones, Gotcher & Bogan, PC Macy’s #05 - Promenade Manhattan Construction Company McElroy Manufacturing, Inc. Morgan Stanley/Smith Barney Muirfield Resources Company Okmulgee-Okfuskee County Youth Services Panther Energy Company, LLC RCB Bank • Broken Arrow • Union Red Crown Federal Credit Union Sherry Laboratories, LLC Smithco Engineering, Inc. and Members of USW Local 7570 Sooner Pipe, LLC State Farm Insurance Companies

Target Corporation • #2357 - Tulsa Hills • #2422 - Broken Arrow TCI Services, Inc. Terra Nitrogen - Catoosa Tulsa Public Schools • Alternative Education • Campus Police and Security Services • Financial Services • Grimes Elementary • Kerr Elementary • Lanier Elementary • Wilson Teaching & Learning TTCU The Credit Union Tulsa Community College • Northeast Campus • Southeast Campus • West Campus Tulsa County • Building Operations • Fiscal Department • Highway District #3

• Parks Department • Public Facilities Authority • Retirees • Sheriff’s Office • Tulsa City-County Library Tulsa Technology Center UBS Financial Services, Inc. Umicore Autocat USA, Inc. University of Tulsa Union Public Schools • 6th/7th Grade Center • Rosa Parks Early Childhood Center • Rosa Parks Elementary White Star Machine & Supply Company Willbros Engineering YMCA of Greater Tulsa


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BRG Energy, Inc. City of Tulsa • BOK Center/SMG Convention Center • Information Technology Department • Quality Assurance Community Action Project of Tulsa County Glass Design, Inc. Jenks Public Schools -Technology, Police and Nutrition Linde Process Plants, Inc.

Marsh USA, Inc. Muncie Power Products Oklahoma Blood Institute PACCAR Winch Division and Members of IAMAW Local 1461 PACCAR Winch - Okmulgee Prescor, Inc. The Radford Company Saint Francis Health System Sapulpa Public Schools • Administration • Holmes Park Elementary SPX Heat Transfer, Inc.

Target #19 - 21st & Yale Tulsa Public Schools • MacArthur Elementary • Patrick Henry Elementary • Salk Elementary Tulsa Community College Metro Campus Tulsa County - Juvenile Bureau WorleyParsons YWCA Tulsa

Public School Employee Union Awards American Federation of Teachers Local 6049 Tulsa and Green Country Area Classroom Teacher Associations Oklahoma Education Association 26


Award-Winning Campaigns Combined Federal Campaign Awards Best of the Best United States Postal Service • Customer Service Administration • Eastside Station

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Award of Excellence 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation National Weather Service Hydrology Office of Surface Mining Social Security Administration • Bartlesville • Office of Disability Adjudication and Review • Okmulgee • Tulsa U.S. Bankruptcy Court Eastern District

United States Postal Service • Bulk Mail Requirements (BMEU) • Chimney Hills Station • Donaldson Station • Downtown • East Arrow Post Office • Jenks Post Office • Morris Post Office • Northside Station • Plant & Distribution Tour 2 • Plant Administration • Robert Jenkins Station • Sheridan Station • Southeast Station • West Tulsa Station Gold Award Comptroller of the Currency National Weather Service Meteorology

Office of U.S. Trustee – Northern District Southwestern Power Administration United States Postal Service • Adair Post Office • Northeast Station Silver Award Oklahoma Army National Guard Social Security Administration • Miami • Muskogee Tulsa Field Solicitor’s Office U.S. Army Corps of Engineers United States Postal Service • Collinsville Post Office • Okmulgee Post Office • Owasso Post Office • Plant & Distribution Tour 1

• Plant & Distribution Tour 3 • Vehicle Maintenance Facility • Vinita Post Office Bronze Award Bureau of Land Management - Oklahoma Field Office Internal Revenue Service Office of Natural Resources Revenue U.S. Attorneys Office Northern District United States Postal Service • Bartlesville Post Office • Bixby Post Office • Bristow Post Office • Muskogee Post Office • Plant Maintenance • Wagoner Post Office

VA Medical Center - Jack C. Montgomery Hospital VA Regional Office Achievement Award United States Postal Service Broken Arrow Post Office Federal Employee Union Awards American Postal Workers Union Local 1348 National Rural Letter Carriers Association National Association of Letter Carriers Branch 1358 National Postal Mail Handlers Union Local 324


2012 Sponsors Special Mention American Airlines Bank of Oklahoma, N.A. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma Flying Colors Girouard Vines Hundred Acre Winery Lamar Outdoor Advertising Omni Air Transport Tulsa World Saxum Schnake Turnbo Frank | PR Stokely Outdoor Advertising Waller PR Williams White Lion Pub Radio and Television KJRH – 2 NBC KOKI – Fox23/UPN 41

KOTV – 6 CBS KTUL – 8 ABC KOED – 11 PBS Print Tulsa World and the Lorton Family Langdon Publishing/TulsaPeople Greater Tulsa Reporter Newspapers The Journal Record Tulsa Business Journal Neighbor Newspapers Event Sponsors Arby’s MidFirst Bank QuikTrip Corporation Tulsa Convention Center American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees Local 1180 Communications Workers of America Local 6012

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 584 International Union of Operating Engineers Local 627 Laborers’ International Union of North America Local 107 Northeastern Oklahoma Central Labor Council Oklahoma State AFL-CIO Oklahoma State Building & Construction Trades Council Pipeliners Local Union 798 Transport Workers Union of America Local 514 United Aerospace Workers Union of America Local 952 United Association of Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 430

TULSA AREA UNITED WAY STAFF Mark R. Graham President and CEO Derk Tenzythoff Senior Vice President, Resource Development Tom Albaugh, Jr. Vice President, Labor Relations

Kathy Seibold Vice President, Community Investments Jessica Hargis Vice President, Finance/CFO Brent Ortolani Vice President, Marketing

Gary Szabo Vice President, Information Technology and Infrastructure Sharon Gallagher Director, Collaborative Initiatives

Laura Bell Heidi Braver John Cory Bobbie Cremer Sharon DeLaughter Karen Ellenbarger Anna Gross

General Sponsors ABCO Rents Aberson’s Brookside Cleaners The Garden Trug Glacier Confection Goodwill Industries of Tulsa Jay Litchfield, Grand American Auction Company Liberty Press Mart Trophy Mazzio’s Corporation Meeks Lithography Oklahoma Offset, Inc./Blue Stem RSVP “A Team” Saks Fifth Avenue

Vanessa Herrera Charles Kirby Cindy Longacre Hannah McGown Matthew Pockrus Diane Powell Cynthia Qualls

Jeff Rogers Bonnie Rucker Maxine Street

This publication represents gifts from the 2012 TAUW Campaign. The United Way regrets any errors or omissions. Please notify us with corrections.

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2012 Community Investments Cabinet Steve Capron, Chair Capron & Edwards, PC Dennis Neill, Co-Chair Samson Energy Company, LLC Rod Sands, Board Liaison Community Volunteer Cindy Webb, Division 1 Chair State Farm Insurance Companies Teri Dreyer, Division 2 Chair Williams

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Lori Shaw, Division 3 Chair Williams John Hickey, Division 4 Chair Riggs, Abney, Neal, Turpen, Orbison & Lewis Don Mustain, Division 5 Chair State Farm Insurance Companies Frank Janowski, Division 6 Chair Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma Sherry Marcum, Venture Grant Chair Williams Brent Johnson Curzon, Cumbey & Kunkel, PLLC

Community Investments Panel Leaders Division 1 – Youth Development Alisa Davis-Bell State Farm Insurance Companies Stephania Grober Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma Daniel Weintraub Bank of Oklahoma, N.A. Byron Corwin KPMG Division 2 – Education, Health and Financial Stability Brent Sadler State Farm Insurance Companies Alisa Dougless OU-Tulsa Dana Wilkes Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits Jim Coles City of Tulsa Division 3 – Education and Health (Children and Youth) Crystal Farrimond Oklahoma Blood Institute Bill Cartwright Tulsa Transit

Amber Merchant Bank of Oklahoma, N.A. Elizabeth Echols Bank of Oklahoma, N.A. Melinda Kirk Conner & Winters, LLP Pam Iacoe Williams Division 4 – Health and Financial Stability William Buergler Ernst & Young, LLP Steffanie Bonner Tulsa Community Foundation Janet Gaskins OU-Tulsa Shannon Habermehl The F&M Bank and Trust Company Danny Tuttle Nexcor, LLC Ingrid Sadler State Farm Insurance Companies Robert Babcock ONEOK, Inc. Carol Bird Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma

Division 5 – Health and Community Development Therese Reusser State Farm Insurance Companies Bob Stewart Tulsa Automatic Music Co. Judy Gadlage Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group Chan Hellman OU-Tulsa Josh Miller George Kaiser Family Foundation Danielle Conrad Regent Bank Division 6 – Basic Needs and Green Country Services Norma Tyler Central Vo-Tech Judi Mills Bank of Oklahoma, N.A. Richard Lawson Tulsa Police Department Annie Tomecek T.D. Williamson, Inc. Randy Mathews ClearView Baptist Church Annette Stewart Covington Aircraft Engines, Inc.


2012 Partner Agencies 12 & 12, Inc. n n A New Leaf n Ability Resources n American Heart Association n n American Red Cross Tulsa Area Chapter n n Arthritis Foundation n n Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma n Boy Scouts of America, Indian Nations Council n The Bridges Foundation n Bristow Social Services, Inc. n Broken Arrow Neighbors n Broken Arrow Seniors n Camp Fire USA Green Country Council n Caring Community Friends, Inc. n The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges n n Child Abuse Network (CAN) n Circle of Care - Frances E. Willard Ministry Center n n

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Community Action Project of Tulsa County n n Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa n Credit Counseling Centers of Oklahoma n n Creek County Literacy Program n Crossroads, Inc. n Crosstown Learning Center, Inc. n Domestic Violence Intervention Services (DVIS)/Call Rape n n Eastern Oklahoma Donated Dental Services n Family & Children’s Services nn Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma n Goodwill Industries of Tulsa n n Homelife Association n Hospice of Green Country n KIPP: Tulsa College Preparatory n Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma nn LIFE Senior Services n n

Margaret Hudson Program n n Mental Health Association in Tulsa n n n Metropolitan Tulsa Urban League n Okmulgee County Family Resource Center n n Okmulgee County Homeless Shelter, Inc. nn Okmulgee-Okfuskee County Youth Services n n Operation Aware of Oklahoma, Inc. n Owasso Community Resources nn Palmer nn The Parent Child Center of Tulsa nn RSVP n n The Salvation Army n n Sand Springs Community Services n Show, Inc. n Street School n TSHA, Inc. n

Tulsa Advocates for the Rights of Citizens with Developmental Disabilities (TARC) n Tulsa Boys’ Home n n Tulsa CARES n Tulsa CASA, Tulsa Court Appointed Special Advocates nn Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless nn Visiting Nurse Association of Tulsa n Wagoner Area Neighbors n YMCA of Greater Tulsa n n Youth at Heart, Inc. n n Youth Services of Creek County n n Youth Services of Tulsa n n YWCA Tulsa n n OUR 61 PARTNER AGENCIES AND THEIR BUILDING BLOCKS: EDUCATION n FINANCIAL STABILITY n HEALTH & SAFETY n

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