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From the CEO... Dear friends:

the community again this past year with It has been my pleasure to serve the this in d liste be to s erou who are too num support of so many deserving people report. our Together, moved us to look at how Our campaign theme, We’re In This ners, part ed fund ity, mun com rs, the business collective work by donors, voluntee Way staff can have immediate and community partners, and the United n ity. Under the leadership of Campaig long-lasting impacts in our commun of l goa n paig cam our , we exceeded Co-Chairs Darryl and Shelly Duncan g in both donors and dollars, and grew givin ip ersh $1,530,000, increased lead Roadmap 63 members. We also finalized our our Emerging Leaders Program by our c Plan, began the implementation of for Our Future- United Way’s Strategi a e has purc to ing fund ate foundation community impact plan, secured priv ed an emergency fund to address blish esta and volunteer software system, emergent community needs. community, we have much more to While I am proud of our work in the can income, and health. The United Way accomplish in the areas of education, nk Tha ity. mun com ng cari ed support of a only be successful with the continu next I hope I can count on you to make and ity eros gen you for your continued year even better.

cer Brandi Helms | Chief Executive Offi

Board of Directors

Ryan Adrian Tammie Alexander Kimberly Barnum Craig Behr Greg Bowman Alicia Dalton-Tingler Herman DeProspero Darryl Duncan Shelly Duncan Michael Epperley Geoff Gage Vickie Adams Gianola Brad Greathouse Monica Haddad Jon Hammock Ashley Hardesty Odell Bobbie Hawkins Seth Hayes Steve Higgins William Hutchens

Pamela Kaehler President Mon Health System

Barbara Parsons 1st Vice President Community Volunteer

Matthew Heiskell 2nd Vice President Spilman Thomas & Battle

Michelle Bechtel Secretary Gianola, Barnum, Bechtel, & Jecklin

Randal Christopher Treasurer WVU School of Dentistry

Christine Murphy Assistant Treasurer FCX Systems

Coldwell Banker- Alliance Realty Steptoe & Johnson MVB Bank Citynet WVU College of Law NETL- DOE MVB Bank Mon Health System Community Volunteer United Bank MVB Insurance Management Recruiters of Mgtn Mylan Pharmaceuticals Attorney KeyLogic Systems Bowles Rice Steptoe & Johnson Jackson Kelly Kay Casto & Cheney West Virginia University

Jim Karinshak Stephen LaCagnin Julie Lattanzi Melissa Lockwood Dave Lorenze Clint McCabe Gary Murdock Beth Nair George Petroplus Chad Prather Cindi Roth Julie Smith Greg Starliper Lydotta Taylor Nick Taylor Nancy Walker Kim Weaver Camille Western Seth Wilson Brandi Helms

United Bank Jackson Kelly HealthWorks Rehab & Fitness Preston Memorial Hospital Black Diamond Realty Clear Mountain Bank WVU Healthcare Monongalia County Head Start Mylan Pharmaceuticals Huntington National Bank WVU Foundation Continuous Learning Group First Energy EdVenture Group WesBanco Bank Mon County Board of Education Alpha Associates Mon Health System Bowles Rice United Way, Ex-Officio


Campaign

Annual Campaign Awards Growth & Innovation (100+)- West Virginia University Growth & Innovation (-100)- MVB Financial Great Beginnings- Management Recruiters of Morgantown Outstanding Leadership Giving- Mylan Pharmaceuticals Outstanding Employee Giving- First Energy Spirit of Giving- WVU Foundation Live United- West Virginia University Outstanding Employee Coordinator- Becky Wright- WVU Healthcare Best Community Impact Partner- Morgantown Printing & Binding Community Investment Leader- HealthSouth Corporate Volunteerism- Mylan Pharmaceuticals Advocate of the Year- Nancy Walker Campaign Cornerstone- Mon Health System Community Advocate- Jackson Kelly Emerging Leader of the Year- George Petroplus Timothy P. Saab Community Leader- Darryl and Shelly Duncan Best of the Best- Mylan Pharmaceuticals

Combined Federal Campaign Campaign Cornerstone- NRCS Outstanding Key Worker- Sandy Clark Advocate of the Year- Wendy Noll Best of the Best (CFC)- US Postal Service

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$114,347

Corporate Investment Awards Bronze Dominion Hope WesBanco Bank Clear Mountain Bank Platinum First Energy WVU Healthcare

Silver BB&T Jackson Kelly United Bank KeyLogic Systems West Virginia Junior College

raised from special events

105

emerging leaders

Diamond Mylan Pharmaceuticals

Darryl and Shelly Duncan 2015 Campaign Co-Chairs

665 4,916

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Education

weekend food packs were distributed to children through Food for Preston and Scott’s Run Settlement House.

children were provided educational after school activities through The Shack and the Boys and Girls Club. Children demonstrate positive social behaviors and improved classroom performance and attitude towards learning.

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Children demonstrate significant improvement in communication, relationships, school attendance, behavior, and overall health.

Participants are more likely to do better in school, finish high school, attend college and earn significantly more over their lifetime. They develop a strong sense of self, positive values, and healthy relationships.

1,806

young people participated in development programs through Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts.

Participants decreased delinquent behavior, illicit drug and alcohol consumption, disciplinary behavior, and showed improvement in grades.

counseling and support sessions provided to at-risk youth through the Morgantown Area Youth Services Project (MAYSP).

936


Assure children and youth have the support and experiences needed for a successful life and career.

EDUCATION 21%

Backpack Feeding Program Food for Preston Girl Scout Leadership Experience Girl Scouts

Support positive early learning opportunities and parental involvement.

MARS Mountaineer Area Robotics

Provide access to enriching programs that improve school performance and foster leadership.

First Lego League Mountaineer Area Robotics Delinquency Intervention Program MAYSP

Prepare students for future opportunities, careers, and civic responsibilities through academic support, skill development, and community involvement.

72

young people engaged in science and technology through Mountaineer Area Robotics. Youth demonstrate improvements in negotiation and communication skills, engineering and design skills, teamwork, morale and confidence.

Brain Under Construction Zone seeks to build awareness of the importance of early brain development in children. The program seeks to ensure that all children will be ready physically, mentally, developmentally, emotionally, and socially, to begin kindergarten.

School-based Youth Transition MAYSP Cub Scouts Boy Scouts of America Boy Scouts Boy Scouts of America Scout Reach Boy Scouts of America Project Learn Mountaineer Boys & Girls Club Career Path Mountaineer Boys & Girls Club Backpack Feeding Program Scott's Run Settlement House

Objectives

Increase awareness of:

� The impact of the first five years of life � The 12 messages for raising a healthy child � The importance of everyday activities as opportunities to teach

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EDUCATION FUNDED PROGRAMS

After School/ Youth Program The Shack Junior Volunteerism The Shack Happy School The Shack

BUCZ parent portfolios distributed in 2014

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Income Reduced family stress and anxiety, increased resiliency of families, and helped them to regain independence.

2,019

individuals and families received emergency financial assistance through the Connecting Link, Christian Help, and the Salvation Army.

128

families received disaster assistance from the American Red Cross.

nights of shelter provided for homeless individuals and families at Bartlett House.

Clients stay in their homes, maintain their status of living, and enjoy an improved quality of life.

15,493

Provided safe, warm shelter and nutritious meals while developing an individualized plan for self-sufficiency.

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Improved self-esteem and interaction with other clients and provided the opportunity to become gainfully employed so they can increase independence.

200,483

hours of quality work provided by individuals with disabilites at PACE Enterprises and the Preston County Workshop.


Increase the number of financially stable households.

INCOME 39%

INCOME FUNDED PROGRAMS Emergency/Disaster Services American Red Cross Service to Armed Forces American Red Cross

Invest in community based initiatives that remove barriers to self-sufficiency.

Resident Shelter Bartlett House Emergency Financial Assistance Christian Help

Provide essentials for those with immediate needs.

Career Closets Christian Help

Support building blocks for long term success and improved quality of life.

Emergency Financial Assistance Connecting Link

32,144

hot meals served to individuals and families by the Salvation Army. Met nutritional needs and reduced stress of by knowing where to find a hot meal.

Food Pantries Food for Preston Domestic Violence Program Legal Aid of West Virginia Adult Literacy (Individual) Literacy Volunteers Adult Literacy (Group) Literacy Volunteers Homeless Prevention NCWVCAA Evaluation & Training PACE Enterprises

Food Insecurity One in eight West Virginia residents live in families that lack the means to regularly put enough food on the table. One in four of them are children. Through work with the Monongalia County Food and Hunger Committee, United Way is taking an active role in helping to address the problem of food insecurity. Three large community-wide food drives, including the Postal Wokers National Drive, the Harvest for Hunger initiative with First Energy, and the Full Serivce Food Drive with West Virginia Media, helped to raise over 35 tons of non-perishable items. The annual Holiday Food and Toy distribution provided food to 1,796 individuals representing 591 families. With over 30,000 families utilizing area food pantries, the issue continues to grow. United Way will continue to work to find opportunities to help alleviate hunger, but the initiatives are only successful when community members are willing to get involved. It takes our entire community wanting to make a difference to actively change things for the future.

35 tons

of non-perishable, household items were collected and distributed.

3,000

dollars raised in monetary donations.

30,631

Monongalia County children and families utilized local pantries.

Job Creation and Retention PACE Enterprises Operation Welcome Home PACE Enterprises Fiberglass Production Preston County Workshop Integrated Workshop Preston County Workshop Morgantown Feeding Program Salvation Army Emergency Assistance - Preston Salvation Army Emergency Food Pantry Scott's Run Settlement House Home Repair/Rehab The Shack

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Health prescriptions were distributed to uninsured individuals by Milan Puskar Health Right.

32,013

Patients showed overall improvement in health status directly linked to medication access.

9,734

22,600

hours of home health care provided by aides through Visiting Homemakers.

Decreased isolation through regular visits from homemaker/home health aides and prevented early long term care placement.

hours of mental health services provided by Mental Health America and Milan Puskar Health Right.

Clients maintained their independence through safe and affordable transportation to their primary physician and to education and employment opportunities. Patients improved their decision making and self-esteem, reduced their stress, and felt more optimistic about daily life.

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13,339

transportation trips provided to seniors by In Touch and Concerned.


HEALTH FUNDED PROGRAMS

Improve and sustain the community’s overall health and wellness.

Community Education Outreach Caritas House

Expand access to healthcare screenings and treatment. Reduce substance abuse, domestic violence, and neglect.

Child Advocacy CASA HEALTH 40%

Transportation In Touch and Concerned Telephone Reassurance In Touch and Concerned

Promote healthy lifestyle behaviors.

Friendship Room Mental Health America

9,041

hours spent helping clients through the Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center. Victims have improved comfort with the process and the average time it took to investigate and resolve child abuse cases presented to the multidisciplinary investigative team decreased.

Community Dental Assistance Milan Puskar Health Right Medication Assistance Milan Puskar Health Right Psychological & Behavioral Health Milan Puskar Health Right Child Advocacy Mon. Co. Child Advocacy Center Child Advocacy Preston County FRN

Partners in Prevention Partners in Prevention is a unique model of communities working together to strengthen families and help West Virginia’s children grow up free from abuse and neglect. This model is based on the belief that child well-being hinges on the capacity of local communities to support families and protect children. This approach is built on a framework of collaboration between and among community groups, state and local organizations and local teams.

GOALS

The United Way of Monongalia and Preston Counties was award $5,000.00.

Raising awareness about the prevention of child abuse and neglect. Developing and expanding effective services that prevent or reduce child maltreatment. Informing policymakers about best practices in the prevention of child abuse and neglect.

Children's Program RDVIC Volunteer Program RDVIC Wellness Works Program Raymond Wolfe Center Homemaker/Home Health Aide Visiting Homemakers Service

Activities

Rail Trail Summer Stroll FRN Pool Party Early Childhood Spring Training Mandated Reporter Training Pinwheel Gardens Kids Days Health fairs

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LEADERSHIP GIVING ASSOCIATION

Alexis de Tocqueville Society

Gifts of $10,000 +

David and Kathleen Raese

Zackquill Morgan Society Scott Club | $5,000 - $7,499 John and Laura Deiriggi Jean J. DeLynn

Gifts of $1,000 - $9,999

Darryl and Shelly Duncan Brad and Gina Greathouse

David and Michele Libell Susan Renee Straight

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tighe

Gretchen and Nick Linn

Patrick D. Weidman

Arthur Weldon

Robert and Beverly Haden Cindy and Jay Hanna Michael and Kyle Houghton David Kanios and Mara Norris Stephen and Lynn LaCagnin James and Beverly Laurita Russ and Sheila Lorince

Pat and Kathy Martin Andy and Bruce McClymonds David and Claudia Morgan Mark and Peggy Nesselroad Rita D. Tanner Larry and Lydotta Taylor

Jenny Tennant Royce J. and Caroline B. Watts Seth and Allison Wilson Albert and Joy Wright Aaron C. and Tiffany R. Yanuzo

Susan Hardway Tim and Becky Hardwick Martha and Mark Hoover Drs. Jennifer and Stephen Howell Dan and Chris Maloney Joseph and Wendy Noll Heather Paton and Larry Bunyard

Ruthellen H. Phillips Roxann Powers and David Moreland Chad and Carrie Prather Nancy Raley Joshua and Rebecca Rogers Jose V. Sartarelli

Joseph J. and Patricia A. Sobecki James M. Stevenson Steve and Laura Walker Tamara and Joshua Blackmer Williamson Taunja Willis-Miller

Norman and Nancy Ferrari Andrew and Amy Flynn Kevin Griffith Renee Griffith David and Susan Hardesty Bobbie Hawkins Linda R. Hickman Laura L. Jones and Samuel J. Leizear Rich and Pam King Dr. and Mrs. Roger E. King

Gerald and Joyce Lang Roger and Nancy Lohmann Jeanette May Vanessa and Gary Murdock Mark and Cindy Ramsey Mike and Margaret Roberts Thomas and Susan Roberts George E. Roeder and Kathy L. Snyder Carol and Scott Rotruck

Terry and Kathleen Schnell Shelly Shaffer Cliff and Patty Sutherland Donna Morgan Talerico Craig and Nancy Walker Thomas M. Weaver Judith and Ron Wilkinson Mary and C.B. Wilson Carlton and Mary Withrow

Phil and Sue Perroots D. Lyn and Susan Dotson Alan and Barbara Ducatman Jessica and Daniel Eades Bryan and Kristin Edwards William and Ann Fremouw Jennifer and Shawn Gilliam Joan Gorham George Lilley and Mavis Grant-Lilley Brandi and Dave Helms

Randy and Jane Jackson Thomas and Donna Kelley Josh and Judith Lasker Joe and Vicki Lemine Joyce McConnell and Vince Trivelli Ann O'Neal Ashley and Shawn Odell Ginny and Jeff Petersen Jacky C. Prucz In honor of Tim Saab

Lori Lynn Stahara Ward and Kay Stone Steve and Susan Tancin Timothy Warner and Paula Hunt Brett J. White Cathy and Brian Woerner James W. Wolff David and Ashley Workman

Ken and Kim Clarke Tony and Katrina Curia William A. (Bill) Davis Vera Davis William S. Davis Frank and Mary K. Devono Dan Doyle Joe and Michelle Duda Todd and Patty Eckels

John T. Fahey Jerry and Marsha Fletcher Brian D. and Katrina Gallagher Carol Woodward Game Jason and Lucy Gizzi Chris and Kathy Gorski Flip and Julie Green Jamie and Mark Gutmann

Evans Club | $3,500 - $4,999 Elizabeth and Ken Fones-Wolf

Hagans Club | $2,500 - $3,499 Vernard Adams, MD Glenn and Susan Adrian Robert and Susan Bardusch Julie Booth Russ and Roberta Dean Drs. Lora Graves and Bryan Dye Robert and Kelly Gustafson

Kerns Club | $2,000 - $2,499 Dr. G. Kelly and Suzanne Bal Carey and Susan Butler Randy and Beth Cober Drs. Sandra Cotton and Karen MacKay Tracy Fournier-Bruyette E. Gordon Gee

McCleery Club | $1,500 - $1,999 Gregory W. Bailey Margarit and Jerry Blakely Drs. Frank and Kelsey Briggs Donald A. Bruyette Jr. Dan Bryant Randal Christopher Bob and Marge Craig D. Mark Dean Dan and Mary Dillon-Olthaus J.J. and Karen Dotson Darlene Dunn

Dering Club | $1,250 – $1,499 Chris and Kim Barnum Jack and Carol Brautigam Jennifer and Matt Caradine Scott Chervenick and Shelly Monteleone Richard and Marsha Colebank Christopher and Kathryn Colenda Lynn and Tracy Coup Kevin S. Dadey

Madera Club | $1,000 - $1,249 Jim Abrams Gregory Wm. Adkins Tammie C. Alexander Rudolph and Helen Almasy Ellen Harris Baliker and John Baliker Hank and Joanne Barnette

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Myra Beach Corey and Michelle Bechtel David and Nancy Bell Sarah Blevins and Craig Neil Susan and Bill Brewer Diana and Jana Bridges Neil and Connie Bucklew Dr. William and Beth Burns Lynn Cayton


Madera Club | $1,000 - $1,249 Jean and Jack Hammersmith Trevor Harris Ryan M. Hayhurst Andy and Cindy Heiskell Matt and Liza Heiskell Jeffery P. Hogg Chad Holland and Eileen McCullough Boyd Holtan Terri Howes Ken and Judy Juskowich James and Samantha Karinshak Royce and Mike Keller Tammy and Peter Klemkowsky

Continued...

Rick and Marlene Kraich Erica and Ryan Lindsay Dr. Hugh and Helen Lindsay Steve and Melissa Lockwood Jim and Jan Manilla Dana Friend and Chris Martin Paula and Michael Mays Melissa McCoy Marjorie A. McDiarmid In Memory of Jake Mullett Patrick R. Murphy Bobbi Neal Robert J. O'Neil Jim and Penny Patton

George Petroplus Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Prendergast Jena G. Prokopchuk Mike and Kellie Reed Milan S. Roh Kim and Jody Roscher Dr. Arthur J. Ross, III Cynthia Roth Tom and Terri Rubenstein David and Catherine Samuel David and Beth Satterfield Michael Spevock John and Sabra Spiker

Founders Society Joseph N. Alderson III Bob and Pat Antion Anthony and Beverly Antonini Jon Argabrite Patrick Bacaj Richard and Rita Bajura Jef and Nicole Bakos John and Cecilia Barnett Jeff Belt Charlotte Bennett Scott and Cathy Bierer John Bihun and Kim Kelley Shawn and Laura Blake Carye L. Blaney Green Bob Neil Bolyard Ash Broadwater Rodney and Michelle Bucklew Bill and Pham Burton Cori Buseman Jill Buterbaugh Tim and Margaret Carr Dr. G. Anne Cather Jim and Tammy Cavender Dr. Judie Charlton and Mr. Bruce Andrews Sue Collins Brian and Pam Covert Patricia Cress Jim and Judy Culberson Terri R. and Roger L. Cutright Herman and Nicole DeProspero Craig and Debbie DeWitt Harvey and Theresa Diamond David and Nancy Dick Martha DiGiovine Stephen L. and Jeannie Douglas Greg Goodwin and Cindy Drumm Joseph and Holly Duncan Gerald and Shirley Eagan Rodney Emerson Michael and Jennifer Epperley

Gifts of $750 - $999 Robert and Mary Fanning Jennifer Fisher Cindy and John Fitch Richard and Zoe Forsythe David Friend Dr. and Mrs. James L. Frost Mr. and Mrs. Andrew G. Fusco Ron and Joyce Gacek Hope ang Geoffrey Gage William E. and Rebecca C. Galeota James and Victoria Gianola Gwen and Doug Gill Sandra Graff Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Harman, Jr. Jason E. Harper Edward D. Hastings Seth and Emily Hayes Dr. and Mrs. Kirk Hazen Russ Heckman Jr. Richard and Sharon Hilleary Morgan and Traci Hinkle Michael and Kay Hohn Terrence and Catherine Hugar Kevin Jenkins John and Nancy Ganz Cheryl Jones James Juristy Joseph and Pamela Kaehler Drs. Amy and Sean Keesee Richard and Linda Kerr Leigh Ann Haden Kersting Dan Kifer John and Melissa Kirsch Steve Kite Valerie Knupp Susan M. Konya Justin and Kim Kupec Bill and Colleen Lankford Valerie Lastigner Angela and Eric London Myra N. Lowe Drs. Susan and Suresh Madhavan

Peter and Lauralee Sherwood Marshall Kristy and Matt Martin Ted and Becky Mattern Betty Maxwell Jennifer McCrerey Keith Meckstroth Cammie Chaumont Menendez Zack and Brittany Metheny M. Patience Miller Robert and Miriam Miller Robert and Natalie Milvet Melissa D. Montgomery Fred Morgan Jr. Keith and Wendy Mullens Ray and Amy Murray Scott A. Myers Anne H. Nardi Georgia and Peter Narsavage Allison H. Nichols Diane Nickoloff Kelly and Russ Nix Dottie Oakes Linda and John Ollis William O'Shurak Tim and Melissa Overcash Tareva Palmer Jill C. Pazerski Peter and Cheryl Perrotta Julia and Rick Phalunas Jennifer Powell David Pradana Mark and Sandy Price Dan and Shelia Price Steven and Amy Prunty Ed and Peggy Pust Mark and Stephanie Randalls Steve Raymond Tom and Nancy Repine Samantha M. Richards Patricia M. Riggie Mrs Kimberly M. Rohozen

Emerging Leaders Jacob Adkins Dustin Arbogast Nathan Bartlett Chad Benson Kayla Taylor-Benson Andrea L. Berg Sarah Blevins Ryan J. Boyd Dara E. Britton Timothy Broyles CJ Callahan Stephen Campbell Randy Casteel Amy Rae Chandler

Francesca Tan and Charles Crooks David and Staci Thomas Michael L. Tiberio Harry and Marie Turtle Randall and Audrey Underwood Louise and Ken Veselicky Vincent and Nicole Viars Mike and Beth Walker Bernie and Marion Westfall Erik M Williams Audrey and J. Fred Wilson Tom S. Witt and Grethe A. Myles

S. Lynn Chefren, Esq. Sam Cilento David Claudio Erin Clemens Kayla Cook Bruce Cullen Ashlea Currey Ginger Dalton Richard DeVall Adrienne Duckworth Colin Durborow James Ernette Sara Fazenbaker Ross Felty

Dr. Kari Sand-Jecklin and Dave Jecklin Mr. and Mrs. Michael Scordato Melissa and Mehrdad Shahnam Norma Jean Skriner Vanessa Smith Micheal and Patricia Smyth Greg and Susan Starliper Amy Staud Nancy Steltzer John and Gay Stewart Richard and Debbie Tampoya Joe Thibodoux Brian and Sandra Thomas Mario Tornari Jim and Gale Truman James M. Van Nostrand Audrey Veschio Frank and Ashley Vitale Ann and Dick Walters Ben and Marsha Watkins Narvel and Sharon Weese Michele Wheatly and Stan Smith Robin and Jim Wherry Christy L. Whetsell Chip and Martha White Michael A. Wiener Darren and Andrea Williams Randy and Megan Williams Eric and Judy Wilson Mary C. Wilson Steve Wilson Chilton and Deborah Wise Stephanie and Bob Wisman Jennifer and Matt Wotring Becky Wright Robin L. Yorty Lisa and Bob Zeller Gregory and Kathryn Zenyuh Dale and Lora Zirkle

Gifts of $250 / 20-35 Yrs Old Damian Ferek Mariana Ford Jason Gallagher Kevin M. Gessler Jr. Justin Gibson Kymberly Gillespie John Greco Mandie Guggenbiller Chris Halterman Christopher Harnett John J. Heckman Holly Hildreth Marsha Holcomb Angela Holdsworth

Macall Holsinger Nicole Honsaker Christopher Isabella Ashleigh Jakeway Carl Jordan Jones Lindsay Kalata Lisa Keller Melissa Kelley Lauren Krupica David Lorenze Stephanie Lorenze Aneisha Mahalick Amiti E. Maloy Shelly Martin

Mrs. Jenna Martino Blaine McKinney Keith Meckstroth Alyssa Mennillo Brittany Metheny Richard Miser David Mitchell Jill Moats Michael J. Moore, Esq. Keith Morgan Patrick R. Murphy Jennifer Nichols Samantha Pardee George Petroplus

Chelsea V. Prince Michael Proto Jessie F. Reckart Jason Richardson Walter Rockhill John Rogers Mrs. Sarah Roy Cori Santy James Schnatterly Lauren M. Seiler Zach E. Sensabaugh Brittany Sheets Amy B. Skeens Tom Snyder

Kevin P. Speaker Sarah Stiles Gabriel Storrick Clarence Swiger Ryan Watson Lindsay Wattleworth Kim Weaver Shari Whitman Matte Wilhelm Erik M Williams Valerie M. Wright John Zuercher

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Finance Statement of Financial Position (Year Ending December 31, 2014)

Checking/Savings Accounts Receivable (Net of Allowance) Total Current Assets Property and Equipment Accumulated Depreciation

895,644 900,282 1,795,926 577,940 (167,064)

Total Fixed Assets

TOTAL ASSETS

410,876

$ 2,206,802

Statement of Activities

(Year Ending December 31, 2014) Direct Public Support Program Revenue In-Kind Goods and Services Other Revenue Total Revenues

Allocation Expense Donor Directed Designations Program Expenses Operating Expenses Facilities & Equipment Payroll Expenses In-Kind Goods and Services Total Expenses

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1,556,166 68,830 126,515 72,500 $ 1,824,011

504,000 67,360 34,335 84,132 68,038 324,260 126,515 $ 1,208,640

Accounts Payable Allocations & Designations Payable Other Current Liabilities

30,863 618,070 1,485

Total Current Liabilities

650,418

Note Payable Building Other Liabilities

96,047 19,851

Total Liabilities Total Equity TOTAL LIABILITIES & EQUITY

766,316 1,440,486 $ 2,206,802


Corporate Sponsors

Media

Special thanks to the Media Embracing the Community partners who donate hundreds-of-thousands of dollars in free services to the annual campaign.

Grants Dominion Foundation First Energy Foundation George D. Hott Memorial Foundation Hazel Ruby McQuain Foundation John Mathew Gay Brown Family Foundation

Lynch Foundation Monongalia County Commission Grant United in Prevention Grant West Virginia DHHR Planning & Coordination Grant

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Programs

230

attendees

50

7th Annual Early Childhood Spring Training: Understanding the importance of social/emotional well-being and development in young children

This training was geared toward those who work with young children. Participants learned about social emotional development in early childhood, assessment tools, mandated referrals, and best practices and ways to communicate with parents.

886 outerwear items collected during annual warming hands warming hearts drive

Mandated Reporter Training

attendees

Attendees learned approaches for identifying child abuse and neglect. It focused on reporting, the CPS process, and prevention techniques. The training is geared toward those who work with children, parents, and community members.

parents and children attended the annual Community Pool Party held at Krepps Pool

Corporate Volunteerism

Mac N’ Cheese Cook-Off

2014 marked the first Mac N’Cheese Cook-Off fundraiser to support the Volunteer Connection. The event was held in August at the Morgantown Marketplace. Ten local restaurants competed and over 400 people attended. The event proved to be a tremendous success and we are already looking forward to the second annual event in 2015.

Day of Caring

Blue & Gold Mine Sale

Holiday Food & Toy Distribution

424 hours

297 hours

2,376 hours

Corporate Projects

Sept. 11 Service Project

Community Food Drives

350 hours

150 hours

175 hours

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As many companies have begun to look at the philanthropy at a holistic level, our Volunteer Connection is serving as a beneficial conduit to engage employees in volunteerism. Our Volunteer Connection Manager works with the company to identify their interests and helps connect them with the project, agencies, and tools to complete the service. During 2014, over 350 hours were completed by corporate volunteer projects.

5,197

1,396

$102,690 *Based on the national volunteer rate set by the Independent Sector


Committee Members FRN Advisory

Personnel

Beth Nair- Chair Melanie Brown Taria Hughes Wendy Miller Stormy Matlick Anne McBride Julie Parsons Paula Taylor Laura Walls Jennifer Ziegler

Barbara Parsons- Co-Chair Kim Barnum- Co-Chair Pamela Kaehler Ashley Hardesty Odell Sheila Seccuro Nancy Walker

Finance Randal Christopher- Treasurer Christine Murphy- Asst. Treasurer Dave Bott Adrienne Crutch Herman DeProspero Vincent DiChiacchio Tim Hairston John Heckman Dave Kelley George Petroplus Kevin Speaker

Policy and Planning Matt Heiskell- Co-Chair Steve LaCagnin- Co-Chair Alicia Dalton-Tingler Geoff Gage Sharon Jackson Laura Jones Pamela Kaehler Jon McCurdy Denny Poluga

Campaign Cabinet Darryl and Shelly Duncan- Co-Chairs Craig Behr- Vice Chair Tammie Alexander Kim Barnum Frank Briggs Kimberly Colebank Darlene Dunn Monica Haddad Steve LaCagnin Irv Schuetzner Greg Starliper Lydotta Taylor Nancy Walker Michele Wheatly

Creative Team Tara Curtis Kelley Felton Lori Fowler Kevin Hamric Heather Lehosit Kay Murray Dale Sparks Andy Walls

Community Vision Council Seth Hayes- Chair Jay Hanna Jackie Englehardt Bobbie Hawkins Tammy Laney Bob Pirner Nick Taylor Nancy Walker Jone Webb

Volunteer Connection Advisory Ashley Hardesty Odell – Chair Amy Flynn Holly Hildreth Sharon Jackson Julie Lattanzi Alexis McMillen Donna Tennant Ryan Watson Camille Western

Agency Relations Liaison Bobbie Hawkins – Chair Ryan Adrian Julie Harris Sharon Jackson Kim Moyers Jon McCurdy Alexis McMillen Bob Pirner Greg Starliper

Nominating Nancy Walker- Chair Michelle Bechtel Greg Bowman Darlene Dunn Jim Karinshak Melissa Lockwood Kathy Martin Clint McCabe Ashley Hardesty Odell Chad Prather

UW Staff Brandi Helms Chief Executive Officer Brett White Director of Development and Marketing Brittany Metheny Finance Director Amy Skeens Community Impact Director Samantha Murdock Volunteer Connection Manager Samantha Maki Family Resource Network Manager Holly Thubron Administrative Assistant


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2014 Annual Report  

The 2014 Annual Report of the United Way of Monongalia and Preston Counties

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