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2013 CASE FOR GIVING Bill Brown President and Chief Executive Officer Harris Corporation

“Corporate responsibility is important to Harris and our employees, and we are proud to support and partner with United Way of Brevard -- an exceptional organization focused on addressing the fundamental needs in our community.”

Kim Brown Venture Management Group United Way Treasurer

“As United Way Treasurer, I’ve seen how efficient and effective our local United Way is at managing your donations. I can attest that low overhead and solid financial oversight are hallmarks of this organization.”

Wayne Ivey Sheriff, Brevard County

"As Sheriff, I see our community's needs every day. Whether it is supporting an abused child who has been removed from a dangerous environment or facilitating after school programs that keep our kids off the streets, I know United Way is working hard to improve our community."

GIVE. ADVOCATE. VOLUNTEER. United Way of Brevard

Jeff Kiel President and Publisher FLORIDA TODAY Communications 2013 United Way Campaign Chair

“It hasn’t taken me long to see how valuable United Way is to our community. I’ve had the opportunity to serve low-income seniors a meal at Seniors at Lunch. I got to see where women and children seek refuge after escaping an abusive situation and where individuals with disabilities go to find a community of support. United Way and their partners provide services in a way that preserves dignity and respect for those they assist. This is my motivation to pledge this year, and I hope you’ll join me in working even harder to help those in need.”

EDUCATION, INCOME AND HEALTH For 56 years, your United Way has been working hard in our community to ensure we have a safety net of services available when people need help. But it isn’t enough. We aspire to drive even greater community change. That’s why United Way’s work is focused on the building blocks for a good life – Education, Income and Health.

Education Students who lag behind in reading are more likely than their peers to drop out of high school, to be unemployed or underemployed and to end up on welfare or in prison. To boost student achievement, United Way focuses on the strategies that local education experts say are the keys to long-term student success: • Closing the 3rd Grade Reading Achievement Gap • Summer Reading Loss Prevention - 10,000 VPK and kindergarten students • Family Literacy

3rd Grade FCAT Reading Scores (Passing %>=3) Total Students White, Non-Hispanic Black or African American, Non-Hispanic Hispanic/Latino Free or Reduced Lunch

GIVE. ADVOCATE. VOLUNTEER. United Way of Brevard

State 56 69 37 52 45

Brevard 65 73 37 55 52

Income Without the ability to pay the monthly bills, a family may find it impossible to achieve any sense of security, let alone take the steps necessary to create a better life. To help people on the road to financial stability, United Way focuses on these key strategies: • Financial Education Classes - 1,200 taught last year • Tax Preparation/EITC - over 6,000 returns completed for low income families and military personnel • Benefits Connection - $3,624,000 in Food Stamps

We want to improve our community by helping people help themselves. That’s


why United Way’s

Being healthy is vital, making it possible for youth to be successful and focused at school, individuals to be productive at work, and for all to live a good life. We have an opportunity to create healthier conditions by concentrating on these key strategies: • Preventing Child Abuse - Healthy Families served 220 families • Reducing Hunger - 4 million pounds of food distributed

work is focused on the building blocks for a good life – Education, Income and Health.

WHY UNITED WAY OF BREVARD? Our Community Care Fund supports over 60 programs at more than 40 local agencies in addition to our work in Education, Income and Health. Gift Multiplier/Leverages - 3 to 1 - Our agencies use your gifts as match dollars to leverage additional funding from state and federal governments - for a total United Way impact of nearly $20 million! Low Administrative Cost - 9% (based on latest 990) Excellent Leadership - Accountable and volunteer driven - Key decisions made by local volunteers

Board of Directors Captain Henry Andersson Disney Cruise Line

Michele Goodwin* Ron Jon Surf Shop

Dr. Dwayne McCay Florida Tech

Tom Baldwin Space Coast Credit Union

Steve Griffin Computer Sciences Raytheon

Michael McNees City of Melbourne

Jackie Barker SKY Advertising

Sue Hann City of Palm Bay

George Mikitarian Parrish Medical Center

Dr. Brian Binggeli Brevard Public Schools

Paul Hanson Bright House Networks

Mark Mikolajczyk Craig Technologies

Jeanne Boland Rockwell Collins

Moses Harvin American Services Technology

Stuart Mitchell Health First, Inc.

Harry Brandon Brandon Properties

Chas Hoyman* Carr, Riggs & Ingram

Tom Molnar Community Volunteer

David Brock Community Credit Union

Sheriff Wayne Ivey Brevard County Sheriff’s Office

Kendall Moore MooreEavenson, PLC

Kim Brown* Venture Management Group

Jerry Jamison United Launch Alliance

Bill Moore Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

Judy Spencer Community Volunteer

Carol Craig Craig Technologies

Robert Jordan Genesis VII

Mark Nappi QinetiQ-NA ESC

Howard Tipton* Brevard County

Brian Curtin BRPH Architects-Engineers, Inc.


Larry Ostarly URS Federal Services

Lynda Weatherman EDC of Florida’s Space Coast

Robert Duffy Harris Corporation

Adrian Laffitte* Community Volunteer

Jeff Piersall SCB Marketing

Spence Wickham IAP Worldwide Services

Johnette Gindling* Space Coast Health Foundation

Corey Lancaster Harlan Property Development

Dr. James Richey Brevard Community College

Mike Williams MH Williams Construction

Judy Gizinski Palm Bay Hospital

Christine Lance Community Volunteer

James Rudolph APT Research

Robert R. Rains President United Way of Brevard


Leonard G. Sanderson Florida Power & Light Company Dixie Sansom Dixie Sansom Consulting Captain Winston Scott Florida Tech Mike Shah Southeast Petro Distributor Jim Sheppard Publix Super Markets Bill Smoak Intersil Corporation Scott Sorensen Sorensen Moving & Storage

HOW YOU CAN GET INVOLVED o Select, encourage and support a highly motivated Employee Campaign Manager o Be actively engaged in your workplace efforts (approve the campaign plan, request progress reports, participate in key campaign activities)

o Lead the way with a generous personal gift o Include campaign best practices in your plan - run a separate management campaign - top performing companies run them - use incentives - prizes and challenges work - invite agency speakers or take tours - this allows employees to see their dollars at work - most importantly, make a ‘quality ask’ of all employees - meetings increase participation

o Consider a corporate gift increase

Active CEO Engagement Brevard County Manager Howard Tipton took a turn in the dunk tank to encourage his team to support United Way.

Corporate Gift Publix Super Markets supports employee giving by providing a corporate match.

2012 LEADER BOARD - Top 75 Largest Campaigns Harris Corporation $1,394,370 Publix Super Markets 840,274 Brevard Public Schools 307,422 Brevard County Sheriff's Office 225,232 Health First 221,691 Florida Tech 206,963 Rockwell Collins 158,880 Parrish Medical Center 115,464 Brevard Board of County Commissioners 108,295 Lockheed Martin 92,636 United Launch Alliance 91,178 Computer Sciences Raytheon 85,706 Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex 75,196 Team ESC 70,050 Craig Technologies 61,824 Zachry Industrial 61,645 Intersil Corporation 60,679 IAP Worldwide Services 59,486 Team ISC 59,344 Florida Power & Light Company, IBEW Local 1908 57,078 Bright House Networks 55,794 GE Transportation Systems 55,055 Bank of America/Merrill Lynch 53,597 Space Coast Credit Union 52,572 Ron Jon Surf Shop 52,212 United Space Alliance 47,750 Wells Fargo 47,635 The Boeing Company, Boeing Employees Community Fund 45,105 City of Melbourne 44,198 AT&T 41,464 Brevard Community College 39,413 FLORIDA TODAY 38,067 SunTrust Bank, Central Florida 37,571 Carr, Riggs & Ingram 33,287 City of Palm Bay 33,014 ELVIS 2 32,687 United Parcel Service 31,133 Target 31,111 United Way of Brevard 27,198 Southeast Petro Distributors 26,526

Wuesthoff Health System PNC Bank Coastal Mechanical Services Abacus Technology Raymond James & Associates Canaveral Port Authority ATK Launch Systems BRPH Companies MH Williams Construction Macy's Community Credit Union FirstWave Financial City of Rockledge Ron Jon Cape Caribe Resort Vance Lotane & Bookhardt, P.A. Disney Cruise Line Berman, Hopkins, Wright, & LaHam, CPAs and Assoc., LLP Space Florida GE Energy TD Bank/TD Charitable Foundation Regions Bank Aging Matters in Brevard GrayRobinson, P.A. Brevard Achievement Center Inc. Wal-Mart ITT Corporation EXELIS JCPenney Associated Credit & Collection Bureau University of Central Florida Brevard Campus American Business Interiors Aeronix, Inc. Carnival Cruise Lines Building Management Systems INDYNE Total

United Way of Brevard

937 Dixon Blvd Cocoa, FL 32922 Phone: 321.631.2740 • Fax: 321.631.2007 •

26,253 26,246 25,980 25,266 23,759 22,296 21,200 19,358 18,192 17,769 16,786 16,770 16,419 15,574 15,548 15,000 14,945 14,500 14,278 12,805 12,528 12,286 12,218 12,136 11,666 11,372 11,055 11,000 10,488 10,022 10,010 10,000 10,000 9,851


Campaign gifts include employee giving, corporate giving and special event fundraising.

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