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United Way of Central Oklahoma

Annual Report

2010


Our mission

at United Way of Central Oklahoma is to improve the health, safety, education, and economic well being of individual families in need in central Oklahoma by connecting community resources with responsive and accountable health and human services agencies.


Children are great

imitators, so give them something great

to imitate. -Anonymous

Aimee Walker Devon Energy Volunteer Tutor


Table of Contents 3

Letter from the Chairman

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Community Partnerships

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Accountability

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Your One Gift at Work

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Media Partners

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Campaign Results 2010

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Statement of Financial Position

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Statement of Activities

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Community Investments

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Board of Directors

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Friends of United Way, As we all know 2010 was a very eventful year that brought devastation to various points in central Oklahoma. After enduring a record-breaking snow and ice storm in January, we were hit with tornadoes and damaging hail storms in May, followed by debilitating floods in June. Although central Oklahomans are no strangers to disaster, the continuous bad weather took a toll on our community.

Letter from the Chairman

Fortunately United Way of Central Oklahoma, its Partner Agencies and many other organizations stepped up to help those affected by the disasters. A large part of United Way of Central Oklahoma’s role in our community is to convene people and organizations that have the resources to get things done. We held to that standard this past year, as we worked with city, county and state government, our Partner Agencies, and corporations and nonprofit organizations to meet the needs of our community, both during times of community-wide disasters and during times of personal disasters.

Another great stride we took this year was our involvement with the WestTown Resource Center and Day Shelter, a one-stop resource for our community’s homeless population. United Way of Central Oklahoma has been an integral part of convening the involved parties to progress the center from concept to reality. We’ve watched the building take shape and look forward to WestTown’s opening in 2011. United Way of Central Oklahoma relies on the generosity of our community to help fund programs at our Partner Agencies, as well as our response to projects including disaster response and WestTown. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time as Chairman of the Board and will always be proud to be associated with such a fine organization. Over the past two years, I’ve had the opportunity to further understand the amazing work being accomplished right here in central Oklahoma. I know our community is a better place because of United Way of Central Oklahoma and the dedication of our donors, volunteers and staff. Together, we can continue to change lives and make our community a better place for all. Sincerely,

Ed Martin Ackerman McQueen United Way of Central Oklahoma Board Chairman 2009-2010


Community Partnerships

A snow storm, tornadoes, a massive hail storm and numerous floods wreaked havoc on central Oklahoma in 2010. No one in central Oklahoma was exempt from the impact of the multiple disasters. Fortunately numerous city, county and nonprofit organizations, including United Way of Central Oklahoma and our 60 Partner Agencies, were prepared to address the needs of those affected by each of these disasters.

January – Snow Storm Working with our Partner Agencies HeartLine and Boy Scouts Last Frontier Council we developed a system for snow and ice removal from the drive and walk ways of elderly and homebound citizens. Following the uncharacteristic snow storm, Boy Scout troops cleared more than 30 drive and walk ways. This may seem like a luxury service, however clear walk ways are critical to the well being of seniors and homebound citizens. This service not only keeps the home owner safe, but it allows for visitors – including mobile meals volunteers – to approach the home safely.

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May – Hail Storm & Tornado Strong storms are expected in May, however there was nearly no way to prepare for the force of the massive hail storm that pummeled north Oklahoma City. Roofs, windows, siding, windshields and cars were heavily damaged. United Way of Central Oklahoma partnered with Oklahoma City Councilman Sam Bowman, Oklahoma City Emergency Management, Crossings Community Center, the Disaster Relief Team, and The Salvation Army to open a Damage Assessment Site. During this one day assessment, case workers gained information about the extent of damage not only to vehicles, but to homes and businesses. From the damage assessment, 61 windshields were replaced and 292 cases were worked. Some families who needed more than just windshield repairs were connected with case workers who helped them access critical services. Fastrack Auto Glass and Glass Guys, Inc. generously reduced their rate, making it possible for United Way of Central Oklahoma to replace the windshields of those who could not afford to replace it on their own.

June – Floods What started out as a damp commute to work quickly turned into a devastating morning. With rain continuing to pour down, drainage systems began overflowing, causing widespread flooding. Cars were stranded on city streets and the interior of homes and businesses became ponds. Following the floods, United Way of Central Oklahoma worked with numerous partners to reach out to those in the hardest hit areas. United Way Partner Agency Latino Community Development Agency hosted a Small Business Administration Disaster Loan Site that provided financial assistance to families in the affected area. In addition, United Way Partner Agencies The Salvation Army and American Red Cross of Central Oklahoma provided disaster relief services. Photo credits Far left (opposite page): City of Oklahoma City Above: City of Oklahoma City

Vital Signs United Way of Central Oklahoma is unique among other United Ways as being one of a very few to provide a community-based research publication for the general public. Oklahoma County Vital Signs has provided central Oklahomans with local, current trend data and research for nearly fifteen years and continues to serve as the only broad-based research publication of its kind in central Oklahoma. For many readers, Vital Signs serves as an introduction to new and emerging community trends, as was the case with Vital Signs: Human Trafficking Special Edition. The special edition on Human Trafficking has been distributed throughout the state as part of the outreach efforts of Oklahoman’s Against Trafficking of Humans (OATH). The issue also served as a valuable resource for Leadership Oklahoma City’s 2010-11 Youth In Action class, who selected human trafficking as their mission and funding focus. To view past issues of Vital Signs, visit http://www.unitedwayokc.org/about/vital-signs-report

Programs and Initiatives In 2010, United Way of Central Oklahoma convened nearly twenty state and non-profit agencies to develop a pilot project aimed at reducing the number of women sentenced to prison for non-violent offenses. The resulting program, ReMerge of Oklahoma County, is community based with services provided by non-profit agencies to help female offenders break the cycle of crime and addiction, restore family relationships, and lower incarceration and recidivism rates.

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United Way of Central Oklahoma has always emphasized the importance of responsibility, transparency and accountability. Additionally, our Partner Agencies carry with them the obligation to uphold the same high standards. We are committed to maintaining the efficient and wise stewardship of your contributions to ensure that funds are directed to programs that are proven to impact our community.

Accountability

United Way of Central Oklahoma continually exceeds United Way Worldwide’s Standards of Excellence. Committed to responsible stewardship, 87 cents of every dollar contributed to United Way of Central Oklahoma goes directly to programs serving our community. With combined administrative and fundraising costs less than 13.5%, we are well below the national standard for charitable accountability for nonprofit organizations, which is 35%*.

Subcommittee members participate in an agency site visit.

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To further ensure your contributions are reaching those who need it most we depend on a team of more than 250 donor volunteers who spend more than 5,600 hours reviewing all programs at our 60 Partner Agencies. Volunteers assess agency budgets, IRS 990s, and audits, as well as spend time at each agency further learning how their programs work and how they impact our community. Following this extensive review, volunteers recommend funding levels to the Community Investment Committee. These recommendations are ultimately voted on by our Board of Directors. *U.S. Better Business Bureau Standards for Charity Accountability


United Way recruits people and organizations who bring the passion, expertise and resources needed to get things done. We invited you to commit, connect and act to help solve our community’s most pressing problems. Thanks to your generous contributions, 127 programs at 60 Partner Agencies received much needed funding. Your one gift is providing solutions right here in central Oklahoma.

Your One Gift at Work

On the following pages you will see how contributions were allocated to each program at each of our Partner Agencies.

Partner Agency

2010/2011 Funding

A Chance to Change A Chance to Succeed Family Assistance Program American Heart Association Cause Initiatives Cultural Health Initiatives Quality Improvement Research State Health Alliances

$78,850 $30,000 $48,850 $194,437 $58,311 $23,333 $5,000 $74,460 $33,333

American Lung Association in Oklahoma Public Education

$78,432 $78,432

American Red Cross of Central Oklahoma Youth Services SAF (Service to Armed Forces) Health & Safety Community Services Disaster Services

$1,564,284 $29,828 $366,850 $303,050 $127,600 $736,956

American Red Cross, Heart of Oklahoma Chapter Armed Forces Emergency Services Health & Safety Services Disaster Services Program Personnel

$54,853 $2,820 $10,256 $17,486 $24,291

Dianna & M.T. Berry City of Oklahoma City Volunteers & donors

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Your One Gift at Work (Continued)

Brandy, Ben & Ryan Stafford United Way of Central Oklahoma Volunteers, donors & clients

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Partner Agency

2010/2011 Funding

Areawide Aging Agency Program Personnel Arthritis Foundation, Oklahoma Chapter Patient and Community Services Public Health Education Bethesda, Inc. Girl’s Therapeutic Counseling Program

$36,976 $36,976 $115,000 $80,500 $34,500 $25,500 $25,500

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma One-to-One Mentoring

$162,000 $162,000

Boy Scouts of America, Last Frontier Council Comprehensive Youth Development Learning for Life Program Personnel Outreach

$484,781 $320,701 $63,353 $40,727 $60,000

Boys & Girls Club of Oklahoma County, Inc. Memorial Park Boys and Girls Club

$140,000 $140,000

Calm Waters Center for Children & Families School-based Grief Support Groups Center-based Support Groups

$60,000 $10,000 $50,000

Camp Fire USA, Heart of Oklahoma Council Program Personnel OKC Comprehensive Youth Development (CLUBS) OKC INSCHOOL

$239,317 $27,387 $143,930 $68,000

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of OKC Family HOPE Holy Family Home Immigration OKC Counseling

$311,947 $70,135 $75,000 $164,612 $2,200

Celebrations Preschool, Inc. Celebrations Preschool, Inc.

$135,000 $135,000

Partner Agency

2010/2011 Funding

Central Oklahoma Integrated Network System (COINS) Central Oklahoma Project Access

$27,895 $27,895

Citizens Caring for Children Resource Center

$96,900 $96,900

Coffee Creek Riding Center for the Handicapped Therapeutic Riding Program

$91,541 $91,541

Community Literacy Centers, Inc. LEAP Tutor Training Basic Skills

$78,173 $41,000 $7,963 $29,210

Consumer Credit Counseling Service (CCCS) Education

$30,221 $30,221

D-DENT, Inc. Program Personnel Preventative Restorative

$80,938 $7,600 $19,000 $54,338

Daily Living Centers, Inc. Adult Day Health Care Eldercare Case Management

$224,000 $195,000 $29,000

Dale Rogers Training Center, Inc. Adult Rehab Auxilliary Day Care Auxilliary Transportation Camp Tumbleweed Special Needs

$141,785 $56,520 $6,996 $48,646 $13,212 $16,411

EARC, Inc. The Trails

$76,000 $76,000

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Your One Gift at Work (Continued)

Diana Jaeger Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency Volunteer, Girl Scouts - Western Oklahoma

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Partner Agency

2010/2011 Funding

Easter Seals Oklahoma Medical Rehabilitation Therapy Girl Scouts - Western Oklahoma Leadership Development Goodwill Industries of Central Oklahoma Job Connection Center HeartLine Suicide Prevention 2-1-1 24/7 Services The Homeless Alliance, Inc. Capacity Building Hospice of Oklahoma County, Inc. Hospice of Oklahoma County, Inc. John W. Keys Speech & Hearing Center Language Preschool Hearing Aid Bank

$11,114 $11,114 $277,186 $277,186 $47,500 $47,500 $141,605 $19,000 $122,605 $26,250 $26,250 $165,000 $165,000 $23,283 $9,000 $14,283

Partner Agency

2010/2011 Funding

Moore Youth & Family Services Moore Alternative School and Treatment Program (MAST)

$78,988 $78,988

Neighborhood Services Organization Program Personnel Palo Duro Housing & Community Development

$252,135 $36,000 $41,135 $175,000

NorthCare Adult Services

$245,000 $245,000

Oklahoma Foundation for the Disabled, Inc. Oklahoma Foundation for the Disabled, Inc.

$150,000 $150,000

Oklahoma Halfway House, Inc. Women’s Services

$8,112 $8,112

Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (OMRF) Research Program

$130,000 $130,000

Oklahoma United Methodist Circle of Care, Inc. Child SHARE

$25,254 $25,254

Latino Community Development Agency Community Development Riverside Community Center

$144,083 $126,458 $17,625

Parents Assistance Center Child Abuse Prevention Violence Prevention

$173,382 $143,382 $30,000

Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc. Oklahoma City Law Office

$130,677 $130,677

Positive Tomorrows Education Family Support Services

$170,225 $91,349 $78,876

Mental Health Association of Central Oklahoma Core/Information & Referral Sunbridge Counseling TeenScreen

$123,774 $80,774 $13,000 $30,000

Possibilities, Inc. Participatory Community Capacity Building

Metropolitan Better Living Center Adult Day Health

$81,000 $81,000

RSVP of Central Oklahoma, Inc. America Reads Tutoring & Mentoring Professional Volunteer Services Provide-A-Ride Transportation Telephone Buddies Volunteer Recruitment & Placement

$27,566 $27,566 $128,800 $16,100 $3,900 $57,200 $6,500 $45,100


Your One Gift at Work (Continued)

Ken McKinney Tomlinson & O’Connell P.C. 2010 Richard H. Clements Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient 20 year volunteer and donor

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Partner Agency

2010/2011 Funding

Safe Kids Oklahoma Safe Kids Buckle-Up

$21,703 $21,703

The Salvation Army, OKC Area Command Boys & Girls Club Social Services Senior Citizens Emergency Shelter

$921,059 $177,307 $219,100 $358,152 $166,500

Special Care, Inc. Childcare - Special Needs Program Personnel

$337,050 $297,150 $39,900

Sunbeam Family Services, Inc. OKC Educare Program Personnel Contracted Foster Care (CFC) Emergency Senior Shelter Senior Companion Services Counseling Services

$762,562 $300,338 $19,800 $25,992 $73,760 $170,799 $171,873

TEEM The Education & Employment Ministry Job Placement

$24,000 $24,000

Tinker AFB Youth Center Social Programs Sports Program

$19,130 $10,230 $8,900

Travelers Aid/Upward Transitions Community Outreach Program Program Personnel

$332,537 $309,537 $23,000

Urban League of Greater Oklahoma City, Inc. Affordable Housing Children and Families Employment and Training Entrepreneurship Program Personnel Urban Health

$349,952 $38,000 $59,023 $130,000 $66,180 $38,233 $18,516

Partner Agency

2010/2011 Funding

Variety Care Family Planning Obstetric Clinic Pediatric Clinic

$461,471 $45,391 $202,900 $213,180

YMCA of Greater Oklahoma City School Age Child Care Teens Lincoln Park Senior Center

$225,000 $126,000 $33,000 $66,000

Youth & Family Services, Inc. Emergency Youth Shelter Community Counseling Program Personnel

$37,497 $18,174 $16,102 $3,221

Youth Cornerstone Art Shaping Character

$25,000 $25,000

Youth Services for Oklahoma County Suporting Kids in Independent Living (SKIL)

$31,530 $31,530

YWCA Oklahoma City Youth & Adult Crisis Advocacy & Residential Services (CARS) Program Personnel

$647,011 $42,769 $564,147 $40,095

Venture Grants – Education Focus

In 2010, United Way of Central Oklahoma received a generous $150,000 bequest. The Board of Directors voted to fund venture grants with this gift. Four education grants were awarded to local programs that are focused on improving reading abilities at the third grade level and increasing the high school graduation rate.

Grant recipients include:

City Care Whiz Kids Tutoring & Mentoring Programming.........................$50,000 Youth Services for Oklahoma County SKIL Program........................................................................... $50,000 Moore Youth & Family Services School-based Services.............................................................$25,000 Positive Tomorrows After School Tutoring & Enrichment Program...........................$25,000


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United Way of Central Oklahoma is focused on

WHERE IT IS NEEDED MOST AND

investing contributions where it is needed most, not on advertising. However we understand the importance of sharing our message with the community. Therefore we rely on dedicated volunteers to secure donated media time and space to broadcast our message. We are grateful to the following media outlets who donated more than $2 million in media value.

HELP AND SUPPPORT

WILL DO THE MOST GOOD

Media Partners FOR THE MOST PEOPLE. I GIVE. I LIVE UNITED. Ken McKinney

Tomlinson & O’Connell P.C. Living United for 20 years

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Heritage Trust Company Living United for 11 years

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Devon Energy Living United for 15 years

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Dianna & M.T. Berry

City of Oklahoma City Living United for a combined 60 years

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Print

Television

Media Outlet Ad Value Black Chronicle............................. $18,000 Capitol Hill Beacon............................1,000 The City Sentinel............................... 2,000 Distinctly Oklahoma.......................... 1,950 Eastword........................................... 2,000 Edmond Life & Leisure...................... 1,300 Edmond Sun......................................1,500 El Latino American............................ 1,000 El Nacional........................................1,000 El Reno Tribune & Mustang News................................1,650 Friday................................................ 1,100 The Journal Record.......................... 19,325 Metro Family..................................... 3,800 OKC Biz............................................. 3,000 Oklahoma Banker................................. 400 Oklahoma Gazette............................. 5,500 Oklahoma Nursing Times................ 40,753 The Oklahoman............................. 338,067 The Point........................................... 3,000 South Oklahoma City Chamber............ 600 Southwestern Publishing.................. 5,500 ValPak............................................. 12,500 The Vista................................................ 84 Yukon Review.....................................1,100

Media Outlet Ad Value Cox Communications........................$256,135 KAUT OK43........................................... 60,000 KFOR NewsChannel 4......................... 300,000 KOCO Eyewitness News 5....................110,000 KOKH Fox 25 & KOCB WB 34............... 132,000 KWTV News 9........................................ 50,000 Tyler Media......................................... 150,000

Radio Media Outlet Ad Value Perry Broadcasting............................. $71,500 Renda Broadcasting.............................50,000 Tyler Media........................................... 66,000

Outdoor Media Outlet Ad Value Lamar Outdoor..................................$495,000 Tyler Media........................................... 35,000

Production Media Outlet Ad Value McNeese Fitzgerald Associates & McNeese Media................................$13,200 OPUBCO Communications Group............2,500 Tyler Media............................................. 1,200

Total Donated Media: $2,258,664


We asked you to give, and you gave generously. In fact, thousands of central Oklahomans contributed more than $20.7 million to provide solutions to our community’s most pressing problems. Led by Campaign Chairman Mark Funke, we had another record breaking fundraising campaign. Though our annual fund drives are well publicized, many are unaware that we manage six unique campaigns simultaneously to reach the $20.7 million mark. We are proud to administer the Combined Federal Campaign, the Heart of the City Campaign, the State Charitable Campaign, the United Way of Canadian County Campaign, and the United Way of Logan County Campaign in conjunction with the United Way of Central Oklahoma Campaign.

Campaign Results 2010 Mark Funke Bank of Oklahoma 2010 Campaign Chairman

2010 Campaign Totals Campaign Total Raised United Way Central Oklahoma

$15,695,565

Combined Federal Campaign

$3,684,541

State Charitable Campaign

$534,762

Heart of the City Campaign

$479,931

United Way of Logan County

$191,466

United Way of Canadian County

$154,999

Campaign Total:

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Statement of Financial Position December 31, 2010

(with summarized financial information for 2009)

{

Total

Assets

Unrestricted

Temporarily Restricted

2010

2009

Cash and cash equivalents Pledges receivable, net Certificates of deposit Property and equipment, net Other assets

$8,971,768 9,124,086 1,059,176 4,564,800 53,805

$252,456 108,538 300,000 -

$9,224,224 9,232,624 1,359,176 4,564,800 53,805

$8,156,145 11,465,298 907,906 4,781,435 71,587

$23,773,635

$660,994

$24,434,629

$25,382,371

Liabilities Accounts payable and accrued expenses Accrued postretirement benefits Allocations and designations payable Debt

$304,117 291,943 6,589,812 3,500,000

-

$304,117 291,943 6,589,812 3,500,000

$271,527 458,068 5,976,267 3,599,975

Total liabilities

$10,685,872

-

$10,685,872

$10,305,837

Net assets

$13,087,763

$660,994

$13,748,757

$15,076,534

$23,773,635

$660,994

$24,434,629

$25,382,371

Liabilities And Net Assets

The above information has been extracted from the December 31, 2010 audited financial statement. A complete copy of the audited financial statement is available upon request.

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(with summarized financial information for 2009)

Statement of Activities December 31, 2010

Total

2010

2009

Expenses

Public support Less designations

$19,042,632 (7,021,770)

$202,370 -

$19,245,002 (7,021,770)

$22,520,040 (6,548,244)

Total contributions Administrative fees Less uncollectible pledges

12,020,862 640,095

202,370 -

12,223,232 640,095

15,971,796 620,490

(745,564)

-

(745,564)

(628,359)

Total public support

$11,915,393

$202,370

$12,117,763

$15,963,927

Program Services Allocations to agencies Community investments & services Disaster Relief Outcome measurement Volunteer services Turning Point

{

Unrestricted

Temporarily Restricted

Temporarily Unrestricted Restricted

Total

{

Support & Revenue

2010

2009

9,969,694

-

9,969,694

9,138,278

368,836 17,472 1,050 76,517 87,316

-

368,836 17,472 1,050 76,517 87,316

348,065 8,896 8,335 68,822 273,691

Total program services

$10,520,885

-

$10,520,885

$9,846,087

Revenue Interest income Grants Miscellaneous Sponsorship

24,504 57,376 -

7,009 1,210

31,513 57,376 1,210

20,441 47,000 74,198 156,545

Supporting services Resource development Organizational administration

1,734,446

-

1,734,446

1,559,792

1,349,086

-

1,349,086

1,439,480

Total revenue

81,880

8,219

90,099

298,184

Total supporting services

3,083,532

-

3,083,532

2,999,272

Net assets released from restrictions

257,645

(257,645)

-

-

Total expenses

$13,604,417

-

$13,604,417

$12,845,359

$16,262,111

Post-retirement related changes other than net periodic pension cost

(68,778)

-

(68,778)

(451,757)

Change in net assets

(1,280,721)

(47,056)

(1,327,777)

3,868,509

Net assets at beginning of year

$14,368,484

$708,050

$15,076,534

$11,208,025

net assets at end of year:

$13,087,763

$660,994 $13,748,757

$15,076,534

Total support & revenue

$12,254,918

($47,056)

$12,207,862


Investments 2010-2011

Based on 2009 Campaign Pledges

A Chance to Change.......................................................... $78,850 American Heart Association.............................................. 194,437 American Lung Association in Oklahoma............................ 78,432 American Red Cross of Central Oklahoma......................1,564,284 American Red Cross, Heart of Oklahoma Chapter................54,853 Areawide Aging Agency, Inc. ...............................................36,976 Arthritis Foundation, Oklahoma Chapter........................... 115,000 Bethesda, Inc. .................................................................... 25,500 Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma............................... 162,000 Boy Scouts of America, Last Frontier Council.................... 484,781 Boys & Girls Club of Oklahoma County, Inc. ..................... 140,000 Calm Waters Center for Children & Families....................... 60,000 Camp Fire USA, Heart of Oklahoma Council...................... 239,317 Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of OKC.................... 311,947 Celebrations Preschool, Inc. ............................................. 135,000 Central Oklahoma Integrated Network System (COINS)....... 27,895 Citizens Caring for Children................................................ 96,900 Coffee Creek Riding Center for the Handicapped................ 91,541 Community Literacy Centers, Inc. ....................................... 78,173 Consumer Credit Counseling Service (CCCS)...................... 30,221 D-DENT, Inc. ....................................................................... 80,938 Daily Living Centers, Inc. ................................................. 224,000 Dale Rogers Training Center, Inc. ..................................... 141,785 EARC, Inc. .......................................................................... 76,000 Easter Seals Oklahoma....................................................... 11,114 Girl Scouts - Western Oklahoma....................................... 277,186

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Distribution Base: 2009 Campaign Pledges....................................$20,272,929 Less Allowance for Pledge Loss......................... ($1,407,870) Special Program Reserves..................................... $350,000 Directly Paid Designations...................................... $60,616 Net Available for Distribution.............................$18,454,443

Goodwill Industries of Central Oklahoma............................. 47,500 HeartLine............................................................................141,605 Homeless Alliance, Inc. (The)............................................... 26,250 Hospice of Oklahoma County, Inc. ..................................... 165,000 John W. Keys Speech & Hearing Center................................. 23,283 Latino Community Development Agency............................. 144,083 Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc. .................................130,677 Mental Health Association of Central Oklahoma................ 123,774 Metropolitan Better Living Center......................................... 81,000 Moore Youth & Family Services............................................. 78,988 Neighborhood Services Organization.................................. 252,135 NorthCare........................................................................... 245,000 Oklahoma Foundation for the Disabled, Inc. ......................150,000 Oklahoma Halfway House, Inc. .............................................. 8,112 Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (OMRF)............... 130,000 Oklahoma United Methodist Circle of Care, Inc. .................. 25,254 Parents Assistance Center..................................................173,382 Positive Tomorrows............................................................. 170,225 Possibilities, Inc. ................................................................. 27,566 RSVP of Central Oklahoma, Inc. ........................................ 128,800 Safe Kids Oklahoma............................................................. 21,703 Salvation Army, OKC Area Command.................................. 921,059 Special Care, Inc. .............................................................. 337,050 Sunbeam Family Services, Inc. .......................................... 762,562 TEEM The Education & Employment Ministry........................ 24,000 Tinker AFB Youth Center........................................................19,130

Travelers Aid/Upward Transitions...........................332,537 Urban League of Greater Oklahoma City, Inc. ....... 349,952 Variety Care........................................................... 461,471 YMCA of Greater Oklahoma City............................. 225,000 Youth & Family Services, Inc. .................................. 37,497 Youth Cornerstone................................................... 25,000 Youth Services for Oklahoma County........................ 31,530 YWCA Oklahoma City............................................. 647,011 Sub Total ..................................................... $11,285,266

Other Distributions: United Way of Logan County................................ $245,478 United Way of Canadian County............................ 293,679 Other United Ways................................................. 178,060 Combined Federal Campaign Designations........ 2,773,411 Heart of the City Designations............................... 173,169 State Charitable Campaign Designations............. 243,373 United Way Worldwide Dues................................... 149,152 Resource Development........................................1,569,405 Organizational Administration............................ 1,543,450 Allowance for Pledge Loss................................... 1,407,870 Special Program Reserves..................................... 350,000 Directly Paid Designations....................................... 60,616

Total ....................................... $20,272,929


2010 Officers of the Board

2010 Board of Directors

Chairman of the Board: Edmund Martin, Ackerman McQueen Vice Chairman of the Board: Doug Stussi, Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores, Inc. Secretary/Treasurer: David Harlow, BancFirst Assistant Secretary/Treasurer: Shane Wharton, Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores, Inc.

Tom Adams, Adlife HomeCare John Armitage, M.D., Oklahoma Blood Institute Bev Binkowski, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma John Bozalis, M.D., Oklahoma Allergy & Asthma Clinic Martha Burger, Chesapeake Energy Corporation David Carpenter, American Fidelity Assurance Company Mike Coats, IBC Bank Luke R. Corbett, Corbett Management, LLC Jim Curry, Oklahoma State AFL-CIO Terri Cwiklinski, American Fidelity Assurance Company Scott G. Davis, Asset Management Advisors, LLC Pete Delaney, OGE Energy Corp Todd Dobson, MidFirst Bank Ronald G. Dye, CWA Local 6016 Eric Eissenstat, Fellers Snider Blankenship, Bailey & Tippens James Elder, Mock Schwabe Waldo Elder Reeve & Bryant Cole C. Eslyn, OU Medical Center Larry Flowers, BCTGM Local 366 G Ryan Free, OPUBCO Bryan Gonterman, AT&T Julie A. Gosdin, United States Postal Service Mark Grimes, Flintco, Inc. Chris Howard, SSM Health Care of Oklahoma Cliff Hudson, Sonic, America’s Drive-In David Jackson, JP Morgan Chase Bank NA Birdie L. Johnson, Central Oklahoma Integrated Network Systems (COINS)* Bob Kendrick, U. S. Postal Service* Steve Kreidler, University of Central Oklahoma D. E. “Rick” Lippert, Jr., Lippert Brothers, Inc. Alan Marcum, Devon Energy Lynda McColl, McColl & Associates, CPA, PC* Mary Mélon, The Journal Record Wes Milbourn, KFOR-TV Channel 4 and KAUT Channel 43 Kenneth Mitchell, Community Volunteer* Roger N. Mitchell, Oklahoma Natural Gas Company Larry J. Nichols, Devon Energy Corporation

2010 Committee Chairs Administration Committee Chair: Doug Stussi, Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores, Inc. Audit Committee Chair: Mark Wood, Ernst & Young LLP Campaign Chair: Mark W. Funke, Bank of Oklahoma, N. A. - OKC Community Investment Chair: Jean Wallace, Buttery Company LLP Ethics Committee Chair: George E. Young, Holy Temple Baptist Church Investment Committee Chair: Doug Stussi, Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores, Inc. Labor Chair: Perry Sneed, Sheet Metal Workers Local 124/AFL-CIO Legal Council: Kenneth N. McKinney, Tomlinson & O’Connell Marketing Chair: Mary Hendrick, The Journal Record Human Resources Chair: Joy Reed Belt, Ph.D., Joy Reed Belt & Associates/ Joy Reed Belt Search Consultants Research & Community Initiative Chair: Michael E. Joseph, McAfee & Taft Special Events Chair: Matt McGuire, Heritage Trust Company

Board Members Polly Nichols, Community Volunteer Dee Niles, KPMG LLP Tim O’Connor, Central Oklahoma AFL-CIO Labor Council Cathy O’Connor, The City of Oklahoma City Mike E. O’Neal, Oklahoma Chrisitan University David Ortloff, Dillingham Benefits Cynda C. Ottaway, Crowe Dunlevy John Over, Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center* Roy W. Page, Third Degree Advertising & Communications, Inc. Elizabeth Pauchnik, INTEGRIS Health Roberto Ramirez, Quad/Graphics, Inc. Pat Rooney, First National Bank of Oklahoma Jim Roth, Phillips Murrah P.C. Nick Samarripas, Citizens Bank of Edmond David R. Schaefer, UMB Bank, N. A. David Schroeder, Community Volunteer* Paul Sechrist, Oklahoma City Community College Tony Shinn, Bank of America/U.S. Trust Diana Smalley, Mercy Health Center Karl Springer, Oklahoma City Public Schools Lee Symcox, First Fidelity Bank David Thompson, OPUBCO Communications Group T. Scott Towery, The Benham Companies Chad Wilkerson, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City--OKC Branch John Williams, Skirvin Hilton Hotel *Ex-Officio member

2010 ADVISORY BOARD OF TRUSTEES Ray Ackerman, Community Volunteer William Bryles, AFSCME Local 2406 Richard H. Clements, Clements Foods Company Pat Dennis, OPUBCO Todd Edmonds, HSE Architects Carl Edwards, Price Edwards & Company Kirkland Hall, The Fred Jones Companies Howard H. Hendrick, Oklahoma Department of Human Services G. P. Johnson Hightower, Stillwater National Bank & Trust Company

Susan V. Hillis, KPMG LLP James A. Hyde, SSM Health Care of Oklahoma Dennis Jaggi, Flatrock Energy Advisors, LLC Leann Jenkins, Oklahoma Federal Executive Board Linda P. Lambert, LASSO Corp. Bruce C. Lawrence, INTEGRIS Health Robert O. Lorenz, Community Volunteer Steve Mason, Cardinal Engineering Gregory Meacham, The Benham Companies, LLC

Randy K. Roper, MidFirst Bank Marcus Rowland, Chesapeake Energy Corporation Susan Savage, State of Oklahoma Wanda Swisher, Community Volunteer Robert W. Toler, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City--OKC Branch Roger Webb, University of Central Oklahoma Ron Williams, Community Volunteer Roy Williams, Greater Oklahoma City Chamber

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