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COMMUNITY IMPACT REPORT 2012-2013

Change can’t happen without you.


Table of Contents

WHO WE ARE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

Welcome letter from Anthony Maione, President and CEO of United Way of Rhode Island

Our Mission and Vision

Board of Directors

Community Advisory Board

Community Investment Advisory Committee

Labor Cabinet

WHAT WE DO. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Making an Impact: Education, Income, Housing, 2-1-1

Community Impact Grants and Investments

HOW WE DO IT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

Women’s Leadership Council

Young Leaders Circle

Tocqueville Society

Keel Club

Anchor Society

Workplace Campaigns

Individual Donors

Media Partners

Financial Report


We changed thousands of lives throughout Rhode Island because of donors, advocates and volunteers like you. Dear Friend, The numbers are in and we want to share some inspiring news with you. Thanks to your support, we achieved great results during this past year. Here are just a few of the highlights: • • • •

Our Mission To mobilize the caring power of our community to improve the lives of people in need.

Our Vision

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$12.6 million donated 15,600 donors 1,300 volunteers 9,500 hours donated

Please take a few moments to read this year’s Community Impact Report, and as you do, please know that none of this would have been possible without you. In fact, change can’t happen without you. Working together, we changed thousands of lives in our community because of donors, advocates and volunteers like you. Thank you for Living United and for helping to make Rhode Island a better place for all of us! Sincerely,

Anthony Maione President & CEO United Way of Rhode Island

Photo: Robyn Ivy Photography

At United Way of Rhode Island, we work collaboratively with individuals and organizations to ensure that all Rhode Islanders have the opportunity for a highquality educational experience, can earn and manage money, can live in stable and affordable housing, and can rely on a safety net in a crisis, enabling them to be a contributor in our community.

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UNITED WAY OF RHODE ISLAND’S BOARD OF DIRECTORS Alden Anderson Senior Vice President, Partner, CB Richard Ellis – N.E. Partners, LP

Jeffrey Giguere Executive Vice President and General Counsel, FGX International

Mark J. Meiklejohn President and CEO Bank Rhode Island

Maria Barry Community Development Banking National Executive, Bank of America

Meghan Grady Chief Operating Officer, YWCA of Northern RI

Bob Nowak President, Rhode Island Novelty

Lisa Bisaccia Senior Vice President and Chief H.R. Officer, CVS Caremark

Timothy Horan President, RI/NH National Grid

Doris S. Blanchard Consultant, DB Consulting Michael T. Clarkin Vice President, Corporate Sales Manager, The Washington Trust Company Kas R. DeCarvalho, Esq. Pannone Lopes Devereaux & West LLC Julie Duffy Vice President, Deputy General CounselLitigation, Textron, Inc. Jonathan D. Fain Chairman of the Board and CEO, Teknor Apex Company Marisol Garcia Director of Constituent Affairs, Congressman David Cicilline

Sandra J. Pattie CEO, BankNewport

Gertrude F. Jones Vice President, Community Relations, Lifespan Corporate Services Rev. Matthew Kai Westside Tabernacle Baptist Church Michael F. Kennally Senior Vice President, Corporate Banking Group, Citizens Bank Michele Lederberg Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Chief Administrative Officer, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Rhode Island

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Mim Runey Providence Campus President and COO, Johnson & Wales University Oswald Schwartz Community Volunteer Barbara J. Silvis, Board Chair Vice President and Manager, Loss Prevention Web Resources, FM Global Samuel K. Suls Community Volunteer

Anthony Maione President and CEO, United Way of Rhode Island Maureen Martin Secretary/Treasurer, RI AFL-CIO

COMMUNITY ADVISORY BOARD* Rev. Dr. Donald C. Anderson Brian Angell Stephen Angell Sybil F. Bailey Betty Bernal Carolina Bernal Roger P. Boudreau Elizabeth Burke Bryant Brian Butler Ainsley Morisseau Cantoral Anthony Capuano, Jr. Claudia Cardozo Richard Carriere John F. Corrigan, Esq. Mark Cousineau Jessica David Colleen Dickson Bradford S. Dimeo

David Preston, Esq. Founder and Owner, New Harbor Group, LLC

Rabbi Alan Flam Jason M. Fowler Jose M. Gonzalez Nellie Gorbea Margaret A. Holland McDuff Melissa Husband Deborah L. Johnson Joseph R. Le Dennis Leamy Karen Leslie Patricia Martinez Sabina Matos Kevin McGovern Tom McGovern Tony Mendez Tony Morettini Rulla Nehme Linda H. Newton

Ashley O’Shea Lydia R. Owen Laura Pedrick Gregg Perry Matthew Plain Flora A. Prestipino Lisa Ranglin David Rogers Eric Shorr Donna Simmons Sue Stenhouse Robert Twomey Nicholas Veltri James Vincent Lelani Williams Jennifer L. Wood, Esq.

COMMUNITY INVESTMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE Rev. Dr. Donald C. Anderson, Chair Brian Angell Marisa Albanese Susan Bodington Deborah DeBare John Gregory Margaret A. Holland McDuff Michele B. Lederberg Patricia Martinez Sheila Raposa Augusto Rojas Mim Runey, Co-Chair Noreen Shawcross Kimberly Silva Sue Stenhouse Jennifer L. Wood, Esq.

Please note: Members of the Board of Directors also serve on the Community Advisory Board.

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LABOR CABINET Thank you to all union members who supported our campaign and the following individuals for their leadership and commitment to helping people in need. Ingrid Armada Joseph Bairos Ronald Coia J. Michael Downey Frank Flynn

Paul MacDonald Maureen G. Martin Vin Masino Linda McDonald William C. McGowan

George H. Nee Jeffrey Perinetti Lawrence E. Purtill Michael F. Sabitoni

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We also gratefully acknowledge the members of the following unions who work so hard to help their fellow Rhode Islanders in need. AFSCME Local 2872 Amalgamated Transit Union Local #618 Central Falls Teachers Union Chariho Teachers Union Construction and General Laborers’ Local Union 271 Council 94 Coventry Teachers Alliance Local #1075 Cranston Custodians & Kitchen Employees Cranston IAFF Cranston Teachers Alliance Local #1704 East Greenwich Teachers Union East Providence IAFF Local #850 East Providence Teachers Association Local #810 Hotel and Restaurant Employees Local #217 I.B.P.O. Local #519 Institute of Labor Studies and Research International Association of Bridge Structural & Ornament Workers Local #37 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 99 International Brotherhood of Painters & Allied Trades Local #1333 International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local #251 Jamestown Teachers Association Local #815 Johnston IAFF Johnston Teachers Alliance Laborers International Union of North America Lincoln Teachers Association Local #1461 LIUNA District Council LIUNA Local #1033

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LIUNA Local #808 RI Judicial Professional & Technical Employees Local 400 IFPTE N.A.G.E. / I.B.P.O. NAON/NAGE Local 79 National Association of Letter Carriers Local #15 NEARI North Smithfield Teachers Association Local #825 Pawtucket IAFF Pawtucket Teachers Alliance Local #930 Providence Clerks Providence Teachers Union RI AFL-CIO RI Brotherhood of Correctional Officers RI Building Trades Rhode Island Carpenters Local Union 94 RI Federation of Teachers & Health Professionals RI State Association of Fire Fighters SEIU, Local 401 SEIU, Local 580 UAW, Local #7770 United Association of Plumbers and Pipefitting United Brotherhood of Carpenters & Joiners Local #94 United Food and Commercial Workers Local #328 United Nurses and Allied Professionals United Steelworkers of America Local #1234 United Steelworkers of America Local #15509 United Steelworkers of America Local #16031

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URI/AAUP Utility Workers of America Local #310 Utility Workers of America Local #472 Warwick IAFF Warwick Independent School Employees Union Warwick Teachers Union Local #915 West Warwick Teachers Alliance Local #1017 Woonsocket IAFF

Michael Sabitoni accepted the Dante Mollo Labor Award for the Rhode Island Building and Construction Trades Council at the 2012 Annual Meeting.

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Education

Did you know that 90% of a child’s brain growth occurs before their third birthday? For this reason, and many more, United Way of Rhode Island works to ensure that all children, regardless of their family’s economic status, have access to essential early childhood education and out-of-school learning programs that improve academic performance.

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4,248

ENROLLED

87%

IMPROVED

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SUMMER LEARNERS

BrightStars In 2012, 4,248 children were enrolled in BrightStars-rated child care programs—26% more than the previous year. Out-of-School Time 87% of the nearly 2,000 students served through United Way-funded out-of-school-time programs achieved higher levels of academic success. Summer Learning 1,100 students across eight highneed Rhode Island communities remained engaged in learning during the summer thanks to the Hasbro Summer Learning Initiative.

Grants and Investments from January 1 - December 31, 2012 Early Childhood Education and Out of School Time Program Grants and Strategic Investments The purpose of these investments is to support school readiness for children from birth through age five and to support after school programs that lead to the academic and social/emotional success of children from kindergarten through high school. Program Grants: $1,182,000 Brown/Fox Point Early Childhood Education Center Connecting for Children and Families Nickerson Community Center Westbay Community Action Autism Project Boys & Girls Club of Pawtucket Boys & Girls Clubs of Newport County John Hope Settlement House Mt. Hope Learning Center Providence City Arts for Youth, Inc. UWRI Women’s Leadership Council Summer Learning Initiative Strategic Investments: $425,000 Rhode Island Afterschool Plus Alliance Rhode Island Kids Count BrightStars Ready To Learn Providence Rhode Island Department of Education

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Early Childhood Education Last year, 71% of children participating in United Wayfunded early childhood education programs demonstrated greater engagement in learning.


Income

According to a recent study, one in four American working families earns wages that make it difficult to survive financially and meet their basic needs. Here in Rhode Island, thousands of people work hard each and every day to support their families. But, despite their determination and effort, many are in low-wage jobs that offer few opportunities for advancement.

15,429 PEOPLE SERVED

Basic Needs Programs Last year, 15,429 people were served by basic needs programs funded by United Way; helping our neighbors avert crises and stabilize their households with rental, heating and food assistance, and more.

Financial Stability Programs More than 3,000 adults and youth participated in United Way Financial PARTICIPANTS Stability Programs last year, building assets for long-term needs and emergencies.

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8,957 RETURNS FILED

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GRADUATES EMPLOYED

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Tax Assistance Programs 8,957 returns were filed through the use of United Way Volunteer Income Tax Assistance sites, returning more than $16 million to working Rhode Island tax-payers by way of the Earned Income Tax Credit, Child Tax Credit, Education Tax Credit, and refunds. Job-Skill Training Programs In 2012, 149 graduates of United Way-funded workforce development programs found jobs with an average pay of nearly $13 per hour.

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Grants and Investments from January 1 - December 31, 2012 Workforce Development The purpose of these investments is to link participating employers with entry level incoming and/or incumbent, low income, low skilled adult Rhode Islanders, so that workers will realize significant progress toward individual or family sustaining wages and employers will have the workforce they need to succeed and compete in the 21st century. Program Grants: $387,530 Homefront Health Care Open Doors

RIC Outreach Programs Year Up

Strategic Investments: $695,000 Building Futures Stepping Up Saint Antoine Residence Abt Associates

Financial Stability Programs and VITA The purpose of these investments is to help individuals and families stabilize financial crises, to provide individuals and families with tools to understand their financial options and make smart financial decisions, and to help individuals and families plan and implement steps to greater financial security. Program Grants: $759,000 Comprehensive Community Action Program Connecting for Children and Families Cranston Senior Center Education Exchange Education in Action Family Resources Community Action John Hope Settlement House Collaborative Open Doors

Progreso Latino RI Community Action Association RI Foster Parents Association RI Jumpstart Coalition Tri-Town Community Action Program Westerly Area Rest Meals Woodlawn Community Development Corp. YWCA

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Housing

At United Way of Rhode Island, we know that a safe and affordable home is the foundation for long-term stability. Sadly, this basic need remains out of reach for too many families as housing expenses far outpace their income. As a result, 26% of Rhode Island’s working households spend more than half of their income on housing.

Affordable Housing In 2012, United Way led the effort $ million to pass a $25 million housing BOND PASSED bond for the creation of long-term, affordable housing which will also help provide a much-needed boost to Rhode Island’s economy.

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REMAINED HOUSED

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Helping People in Crisis United Way 2-1-1 in Rhode Island, a 24/7 information and referral helpline, received 60,446 calls requesting help with housing needs—a 17% increase over the previous year.

Grants and Investments from January 1 - December 31, 2012 Homelessness and Affordable Housing The purpose of these investments is to connect individuals and families who are homeless with services designed to help them become permanently housed and to support the creation of more affordable housing in Rhode Island. Program Grants: $592,060 Crossroads Rhode Island House of Hope Community/Development Center Providence In-Town Churches Association Riverwood Mental Health Services West Broadway Neighborhood Association Strategic Investments: $655,000 SOAR-Mental Health Association HousingWorks RI Corporation for Supportive Housing Housing Action Coalition of Rhode Island Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless LISC Statewide Bond Referendum Campaign Photo: courtesy of HousingWorks RI

HOUSING CALLS

Homelessness Prevention 1,410 people, including adults and children, at risk of becoming homeless remained in their homes thanks to services provided by United Way-funded programs.

Prior to the $25 million bond passed in 2012, United Way championed the effort to pass a $50 million affordable housing bond in 2006 that funded the creation of more than 1,300 units statewide.

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2-1-1

At United Way, we believe that people genuinely want to improve their lives. Sometimes they just need a little help. Whether a parent needs high-quality care for their child during work hours; a family needs financial assistance for rent, heat or electricity after losing hours at work; or a senior needs help to pay for prescriptions and put food on the table, 2-1-1 is there.

United Way 2-1-1 in Rhode Island

1 MILLION REQUESTS

Since its inception in 2007, 2-1-1 has handled more than 1 million requests for help. 208,806 calls for help were handled by 2-1-1 in 2012, more than any year since the critical 24-hour helpline was established.

THE POINT: Rhode Island’s Aging & Disability Resource Center THE POINT is funded by the Administration for Community Living and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, in partnership with the Rhode Island Division of Elderly Affairs.

36,799 CALLS

THE POINT handled 36,799 calls in 2012 and provided a resource network for long-term care options and support for seniors and adults with disabilities. THE POINT helped 10,718 people enroll in Medicare and 1,891 people enroll in Medicaid.

Grants and Investments from January 1 - December 31, 2012 Basic Needs and Emergency Response The purpose of these investments is to improve and expand safety net services for people in crisis, to create a system of services that is easily accessible, to strengthen case management to help people move out of crisis to security, and to promote coordination of services among agencies. Program Grants: $873,000 East Bay Community Action Program Family Resources Community Action Salvation Army-Pawtucket Corps The Salvation Army Providence Corps Westbay Community Action Wood River Health Services (collaborative with WARM and Bradford Jonnycake Center) Genesis Center International Institute of Rhode Island Progreso Latino

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Elder Services United Way 2-1-1 in Rhode Island is supported by a generous grant from the Citizens Bank Foundation.

The purpose of this investment is to help create a comprehensive statewide system of services that will allow low-income elders to maintain safety, stay in their communities, and live in dignity. Strategic Investment: $60,000 Senior Agenda

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Women’s Leadership Council The Women’s Leadership Council (WLC) brings women together as a unique driving force and ignites their passion for leading change in the community. Members support United Way of Rhode Island’s goal to help close the gaps in early childhood literacy and ensure that all children succeed in school and in life. Representing every county in the state, WLC members commit not only their financial support, but also their time, energy and talents. Working together, we make our community stronger. We welcome you to join us as we move forward. For more information, please go to www.LIVEUNITEDri.org/wlc. Elizabeth Suever (left) and Lisa Bergeron (right) at WLC’s Wine Down Wednesday.

Young Leaders Circle The Young Leaders Circle (YLC) is the young professionals’ affinity group of United Way of Rhode Island. Our goal is to engage young Rhode Island professionals in the work of United Way and develop the next generation of philanthropists. We currently have over 840 members who participate in a variety of events including volunteer, professional development and fundraising opportunities. No minimum gift is required to join. We always welcome new members who would like to join us in giving, advocating or volunteering for United Way of Rhode Island. For more information, please go to www.LIVEUNITEDri.org/ylc.

Photo: Robyn Ivy Photography (top), Amanda Grossi (bottom)

YLC members Eric P.W. Hall, Amanda Heinsen, Tim Harrigan and Meghan Grady volunteer to clean-up Olneyville.

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Tocqueville Society The Tocqueville Society acknowledges philanthropic leaders in each United Way community who contribute $10,000 or more annually. Tocqueville Society members are critically important to our ability to strengthen our communities and change lives. Including 175 members, their collective leadership represents 27 percent of United Way of Rhode Island’s annual campaign with total gifts of over $3.4 million. It is with gratitude that we recognize the generous members of the Tocqueville Society and we hope that they will inspire others as their generosity today impacts the generations of tomorrow. Thomas and Maria Barry at the Tocqueville Society Dinner.

Keel Club

Photo: Robyn Ivy Photography (top), Jen Brister, Brister Photo (bottom)

The Keel Club recognizes local philanthropic leaders who contribute $1,000-$9,999 annually in support of United Way of Rhode Island’s mission. Keel Club members are an impressive group of Rhode Islanders who represent 22 percent of United Way’s annual campaign with total gifts of over $2.8 million. It is with gratitude that we acknowledge the 1,551 members of the Keel Club. Their passion and commitment inspires others as they help strengthen our communities and improve the lives of people in need.

Anchor Society - Planned Giving

Roseanne and Brian Gilligan at the Keel Club annual event.

The Anchor Society recognizes our most loyal donors as they invest in our community’s future and make significant and long-lasting change in people’s lives. Through their planned gift, they are making an impact that will be felt not only during their lifetime but for many years to come. Please let us know if you have included United Way in your estate plans so that we may properly acknowledge your gift and welcome you as a member of the Anchor Society.

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2012-2013 Corporate and Employee Recognition: Workplace Campaigns COMMUNITY INVESTORS Corporate/Employee Gifts $500,000 or more Bank of America, Inc. * Citizens Bank Citizens Bank Foundation * FM Global *

COMMUNITY PHILANTHROPISTS Corporate/Employee Gifts $200,000 – $499,999 Gilbane Inc. * Hasbro, Inc. * Lifespan: Bradley Hospital Lifespan The Miriam Hospital Newport Hospital Rhode Island Hospital/ Hasbro Children’s Hospital MetLife/MetLife Auto and Home * National Grid * Teknor Apex Company * The Washington Trust Company *

GTECH Corporation * McLaughlin & Moran, Inc. * Nordstrom EFD, LLC * Professional Planning Group The Stop & Shop Companies Webster Bank *

CORPORATE AND EMPLOYEE CAMPAIGNS

Corporate/Employee Gifts $1,000 – $49,999 A.J. Oster LLC AAA Southern New England * Abbott Laboratories Adoption Rhode Island Advanced Building Concepts Aetna AFSCME Local 2872 Agfa HealthCare AIDS Care Ocean State/FACTS Allstate Giving Campaign * Amalgamated Transit Union Division 618 American Express Company American Mathematical Society American Postal Workers Union/ COMMUNITY BENEFACTORS Local 387 Corporate/Employee Gifts American Red Cross, RI Chapter $100,000 – $199,999 Ameriprise Financial Amica Mutual Insurance Company AMETEK SCP, Inc. * Amica Life Insurance Company * Amgen Foundation * Bank Rhode Island * Amgen, Inc. Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island * Ann & Hope, Inc. CVS Caremark: Anvil International, Inc. CVS Caremark Corporation Aon Risk Services Northeast, Inc. * The CVS Caremark Charitable Trust * The ARC of Blackstone Valley Electric Boat - Quonset * Ashaway Line & Twine Mfg. Co. * Johnson & Wales University * Astro-Med, Inc. * The Providence Journal Company * AT & T Textron, Inc. * Autocrat, Inc. UPS * Automatic Data Processing, Inc. * Avery-Smith Insurance, Inc. Bannister House, Inc. COMMUNITY SUPPORTERS Barrington Public School Department Corporate/Employee Gifts Batchelor, Frechette, McCrory, Michael $50,000 – $99,999 & Co. A & H Manufacturing Company * Beacon Mutual Insurance Company Adler Pollock & Sheehan P.C. * Benny’s, Inc. * AIPSO * Best Buy - Warwick A.T. Cross Company Blacher Brothers, Inc. * BankNewport * Blish & Cavanagh Brown University * BNY Mellon * Butler Hospital Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick Coastway Community Bank * Brave River Solutions Dimeo Construction Company * Bristol/Warren School Department Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP Broker Services Marketing Group Electric Boat - Groton 12

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Brown/Fox Point Early Childhood Education Center, Inc. Bryant University Burns & Levinson LLP C & J Jewelry Co., Inc. Cameron & Mittleman Capital Power LP * Capital Properties, Inc. * Carousel Industries * Cavanagh Company CB Richard Ellis CBIZ Tofias CDR Maguire Central Falls School Department Centreville Savings Bank Chace Ruttenberg & Freedman Chariho Regional School Department Child & Family Services of Newport County Children’s Friend & Service City of Central Falls City of Cranston City of East Providence City of Newport City of Pawtucket City of Providence City of Warwick City of Woonsocket Coastal Medical, Inc. * Cogens Printing Services * Collette Vacations Combined Federal Campaign CompuClaim, Inc. The Conference Exchange Constellation Energy Construction and General Laborers’ Local Union 271 Contenti Supply Company, Inc. * Cooley Group Corcoran, Peckham, Hayes & Galvin, PC Corrigan Financial, Inc. Coventry Housing Authority Coventry Public Schools Cox Communications * Cranston Print Works Company Cranston Public Schools Crossroads Rhode Island Cumberland School Department The Damon Company Davol Inc. * Day One Dell, Inc. * Delta Dental of Rhode Island * Dominion Resources * Dorcas International Institute of RI Duffy & Shanley, Inc.

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E. H. Ashley & Company * East Providence School Department Eaton Corporation, Fluid Conveyance Division Embrace Home Loans * EMC Insurance Companies * Endurance Wealth Management Enterprise Holdings * Ernst & Young Family Resources Community Action Family Service of Rhode Island Federal Hill House Association FedEx * FedEx Ground Fellowship Health Resources, Inc. Ferland Corporation * FGX International Flagstar Bank Foster Foward The Foundry Associates, LP Foxwoods Resort Casino Frank Olean Center, Inc. FUJIFILM Electronic Materials U.S.A., Inc. Fuller Packaging Company GE Gencorp Insurance Group General Cable Genesis Center Getchell & Son, Inc. Goodwill Industries of Rhode Island\ Vocational Resources Gordon R. Archibald, Inc. Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce H. Carr & Sons, Inc. H. V. Collins Company * Healthcentric Advisors Herff Jones * Hewlett Packard * Hexagon Metrology, Inc. * Highlander Charter School Hinckley Allen & Snyder The Hinckley Company Hindley Manufacturing Company Hodges Badge Company, Inc. * Home & Hospice Care of Rhode Island Homefront Health Care Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Hotel Viking HSBC - North America Hunter Insurance IBEW Local 99 IBM Corporation * IKON Office Solutions, Inc. INSCO Group Institute for Labor Studies & Research International Manufacturing Services, Inc.* International Packaging Corporation * J. F. Allen & Son, Inc. James L. Maher Center WHO WE ARE

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Jay Packaging Group, Inc. * jcpenney Jewelers Board of Trade Jewish Family Service John Hancock John R. Hess Company, Inc. * Johnston Public Schools Kearflex Engineering Co., Inc. Kenney Manufacturing Company * Keough Kirby Associates, Inc. Key Container Corporation KKM, Inc. KPMG LLP KVH Industries Lefkowitz, Garfinkel, Champi & DeRienzo, P.C. Liberty Mutual Insurance Company * Lincoln Financial Group Lincoln School Department Linear Title and Closing LISC Lockheed Martin Tactical Systems Maritime Systems and Sensors Louis Berger & Associates, Inc. Macy’s * Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc. Maxson Automatic Machinery Co. McLaughlin Research Corporation * McLeod Optical Company Mediware Information Systems

Meeting Street Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island Meridien Financial Group, Inc. Microfibres, Inc. Microsoft Giving Campaign Monro Muffler/Brake & Service The Moore Company * MorganStanley SmithBarney * Morrison Mahoney LLP Mullen Scorpio & Cerilli Multi-Wall Packaging An ITW Company * Natco Products Corporation National Education Association, Rhode Island Nationwide Insurance * Nautic Partners, LLC NBC 10 Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island New England Paper Tube Co., Inc. * New England Trane Service New York Life Foundation The Newport Daily News Newport Harbor Corporation * Newport Marriott Hotel Newport Tent Company NewportFed Nixon Peabody LLP Nordstrom * Nortek, Inc. * North Kingstown School Department

UPS volunteers beautified the entrance area and constructed a raised-bed garden to be used for hands-on learning experiences at the Smith Hill Early Childhood Learning Center.

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North Providence School Department Northrop Grumman Northwestern Mutual Financial Network Ocean State Community Resources OfficeMax Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope O’Neal Steel, Inc. Pablo Cabrera CPA, LLC Pannone Lopes Devereaux & West LLC PARI Independent Living Center parsonsKellogg * Partridge, Snow & Hahn Pawtucket Credit Union * Pawtucket Red Sox Pawtucket School Department Paychex The People’s Credit Union * Pepsi Cola Bottling Group Peter Pan Bus Lines Providence Division Pfizer, Inc. * Piccerelli, Gilstein & Company, LLP Portsmouth Abbey School Portsmouth School Department Proability Providence Braid Company Providence Mutual Fire Insurance Company * Providence Performing Arts Center Providence Plan Providence Public Library Providence School Department The Prudential Foundation Purvis Systems, Inc. Raytheon Company Naval & Maritime Integrated Systems Rhode Island Airport Corporation Rhode Island Blood Center Rhode Island Carpenters Local Union 94 Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless Rhode Island Credit Union Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation Rhode Island Federation of Teachers and Health Professionals Rhode Island Housing Rhode Island Laborers’ District Council Rhode Island Monthly *

Rhode Island Public Transit Authority Rhode Island School of Design RI Coalition Against Domestic Violence RI Kids Count RI Legal Services, Inc. RI PBS RI State Association of Fire Fighters Rite-Solutions, Inc. * Riverwood Mental Health Services Robinson & Cole LLP Robinson Green Beretta Corp. Roger Williams University Rose & Kiernan Royal Diversified Products SAIC Enterprise Solutions Division Saint Antoine Residence Salve Regina University Sansiveri, Kimball & Co., L.L.P. Sayer, Regan, Thayer & Flanagan Schneider Electric * Schonning Insurance Agency SEA CORP * Sensata Technologies * Shaw’s Supermarkets Shove Insurance, Inc. South County Hospital South Shore Center Sovereign Bank * St. George’s School Stanley Black & Decker, Inc. Starkweather & Shepley Insurance Brokerage, Inc. * State Employees Charitable Appeal Steiker, Fischer, Edwards & Greenapple PC SWEET, LLC Taco/The White Family Foundation * Target * TD Bank\TD Charitable Foundation * Team, Inc. * Toray Plastics (America), Inc. * Town of Bristol Town of Burrillville Town of East Greenwich Town of Lincoln Town of Narragansett Town of North Kingstown

Town of North Providence Town of South Kingstown Town of Westerly Travelers TRI-MACK Plastics Manufacturing Corporation Truex, Inc. Twin River * UBS Financial, Inc. UNFI United Airlines Foundation United Food & Commercial Workers Union 328 United Way of Rhode Island UnitedHealthcare * University Emergency Medicine Foundation University Medicine Foundation, Inc. URS Verizon Vision 3 Architects, Inc. * Visiting Nurse Services of Newport & Bristol Counties W.E. Jackson Company Wachovia Securities Walgreens - Corporate Offices Wal-Mart * Ward Fisher & Company LLP Warwick Public Schools and Warwick Teachers Union Washington County Coalition for Children Wellington Management Company, LLP Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign West Warwick School Department Westbay Community Action, Inc. Westerly Community Credit Union Whittet-Higgins Company Windmoeller & Hoelscher Corporation * Women & Infants’ Hospital of Rhode Island Wood River Health Services, Inc. The Xerox Corporation Yarlas, Kaplan, Santilli & Moran, Ltd. YMCA of Greater Providence YMCA of Pawtucket, Inc. * T hese companies made corporate gifts of $1,000 or more.

Last year, 13 new companies joined our efforts to make Rhode Island the best it can be. Thank you for LIVING UNITED! Broker Services Marketing Group Capital Power L.P. Carousel Industries Cooley Group Embrace Home Loans

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IBEW Local 99 Linear Title and Closing Newport Marriott Hotel Newport Tent Company Rhode Island Laborers’ District Council

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RI State Association of Fire Fighters Rose & Kiernan The Perry Group, LLC

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Leadership Giving: Tocqueville Society LA SOCIÉTÉ NATIONALE

$100,000 - $249,999 Carter Family Charitable Trust Mr. & Mrs. John S. Carter Mary & Tom Gilbane Dave & Gail Mixer Mr. & Mrs. Jack O’Donnell

ORDRE DE FRATERNITÉ $75,000 - $99,999 Dr. Scott & Carol Wang

One member wishes to remain anonymous

ORDRE D’EGALITÉ

$50,000 - $74,999 Elizabeth Chace David A. & Heidi Kirk Duffy Mr. & Mrs. Malcolm A. Makin Mr. & Mrs. Norman E. McCulloch, Jr., Trustees of McAdams Charitable Foundation Bogdan & Rita Nowak Merrill Sherman

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ORDRE DE LIBERTÉ

$25,000 - $49,999 Judy & Bill Braden Bernard V. Buonanno, Jr. Michael & Jamie Costello Sarah & Charley Denby Joe & Alyda Dewhirst Bradford & Kimberly Dimeo Tom Dwyer Linda & Mark Formica Warren Galkin William & Nancy Gilbane Mr. & Mrs. James P. Grace Jocelin Hamblett Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Hodges Arthur & Joyce Hurvitz Jerrold L. & Barbara S. Lavine Herbert & Beverly Malin Louise S. Mauran Ed & Karen Mauro Eugene & Peggy McQuade Arthur & Martha Milot Paul & Jean Moran Terry & Pat Moran Murray Family Charitable Foundation: Terrence & Suzanne Murray Carol A. Peterson WHO WE ARE

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Shivan & Jyothi Subramaniam John Wall* Three members wish to remain anonymous

MEMBRES DE LA SOCIÉTÉ

$10,000 - $24,999 Alden & Emily Anderson Peter & Danielle Andruszkiewicz Thomas & Maria Barry Carol G. Barton Mrs. Gussie Baxt Tina & Greg Benik Martha & Oliver Bennett Lisa G. Bisaccia & Dr. Robert Naparstek Laurie & Ruud Bosman Ron & Marge Boss Susan O. & David A. Brown Nicholas Brown John & Jan Buckley Bernard & Heidi Buonanno Fred & Joyce Butler Michael Caprio Sally & Chuck Carpenter James L. Carr, Jr. Richard & Louise Carriere John P. Casey The Chase Family Foundation

Mr. & Mrs. Paul J. Choquette, Jr. Joe & Jude Cianciolo Harold L. Cohen Steven & Linda Cohen Mr. & Mrs. Charles A. Collis Marc A. Crisafulli Robert & Polly Daly Mike & Pat D’Ambra Galan & Denise Daukas Edythe M. De Marco & Thomas W. Byrne, In Honor of the Clients of The De Marco Group Carol & Richard J. DeRienzo Tom & Sandy Dimeo Mr. & Mrs. Charles M. Dunn Elaine & Barry Fain Mr. & Mrs. Noel M. Field, Jr. Justice (Ret.) Robert G. & Ann I. Flanders Sarah & Gerald Fogarty Helena & William Foulkes Michael Fournier Mr. & Mrs. Jason M. Fowler Bob & Wini Galkin Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Gencarella Robert & Sally Gilbane Mark & Catherine Gim Karen & Rick Gladney

Barry and Kathleen Hittner were recognized with the 2012 Tocqueville Society Award for their devotion to community, philanthropy, commitment to volunteerism, and their support of United Way.

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Adam & Alicia Hamblett Ned & Polly Handy Harry & Nancy Hanoian David & Linda Hargreaves John & Yvette Harpootian Alan Hassenfeld Mr. & Mrs. William F. Hatfield Richard & Carole Higginbotham Gaye Hill & Jeffrey Urbina Hope & David Hirsch Barry G. & Kathleen C. Hittner Constance A. Howes & R. Kelly Sheridan Bernard A. Jackvony David R. Katzen, MD & Barbara R. Binder Tom & Leslie Kellogg Leslie M. Kenney Ken Knox & Marianne Holmes The Forrest & Francis Lattner Foundation Marie Langlois & John Loerke Richard & Roanne Licht George & Jeanne Lieb Alan & Marianne Litwin Stanley & Martha Livingston Mr. & Mrs. Matthew A. Lopes, Jr. Sean & Wendy Lynch Bob & Cheryl Mahoney

Anthony Maione & Dori Gerhardt Mr. & Mrs. James J. Malerba Joseph J. & Meredith L. MarcAurele Matthew T. Marcello, III & Paula Marcello Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth B. Martin Mrs. Walter E. Mattis Kevin & Patty McCarthy Karin McCormick Tim & Erica McCormick Cindy & David Mullen Joseph & Janice Nagle James & Dorothy O’Reilly Robert & Christine Padula Rebecca & Victor Primavera, III Dr. Patricia & Mr. Joseph J. Recupero Marcia S. Riesman Arthur & Judith Robbins Charles & Martha Rogers Herman Hillson Rose Richard & Cindy Roy John & Peggy Ruggieri Jay & Carol Ryan Sachem Foundation Salmanson Family Foundation Arthur & Lynda Sampson Lila & John* Sapinsley

Ms. Jacqueline M. Savoie & Dr. F. Dennis McCool Kathie Andrade & Greg Shea Russell & Cathy Shippee Thomas D. & Virginia H. Soutter Neil Steinberg & Eugenia Shao Kathy & Daniel Sullivan Janice & Peter Sullivan Anne & Michael Szostak John & Pat Tarantino Tony & Virginia Thomas Christine Townsend in memory of Herbert E. Kaplan* Frances & Peter Trafton Bob & Kathy Twomey Howard & Elaine Weiss David Whalen & Barbara Burke Bill & Nancy Wray Tot & Mary Wright Dr. James Yashar Dr. John A. Yena & Donna Yena Bill & Nancy Zeitler Peter & Jennifer Zschokke Seven members wish to remain anonymous Deceased

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Richard Carriere, Scott & Carol Wang, and Louise Carriere at last year’s Tocqueville Society celebration.

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Leadership Giving: Keel Club STARS & STRIPES CREW

$7,500 - $9,999 Susan & Robert Bahr Richard & Amy Beretta Roberta Butler & Bott Ikeler Dan & Terri Cesarz Mr. & Mrs. Arnold M. Friedman Jim & Fraser Gilbane Julie & Gerry Goulet Dennis & Mary Grady Jonathan W. & Cornelia K. Hall Christopher I. & Linda S. Johnson Kevin & Gertrude F. Jones William & Fredda Kearney Dione & William Kenyon Peter & Sandy Miniati John & Kitty Rok Richard & Janet Schloesser James & Jill Tobak Mary & Richard Worrell One member wishes to remain anonymous

FREEDOM CREW

$5,000 - $7,499 Patty & Mel Alperin Norman & Ann Baker Mr. & Mrs. N. Calamis Michael & Nancy R. Callahan Dena & Ken Carlone Ron Ohsberg & Annette Cataldo Mr. & Mrs. George Charette Sean & Lee Dimeo Coffey Mr. & Mrs. Theodore D. Colvin Mr. Frank T. Connor Michael R. Corcoran Bud & Maureen Cummings Mr. Christopher Cummiskey Joanne M. Daly & Guy M. Millick Anne & Peter Damon Patty & Pete Deal Joseph DeAngelis & Donna Neville-DeAngelis David & Lorraine Devault Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Dziobek Jonathan & Ruth Fain Jack & Donna Flynn Jeff & Consie Giguere Christopher Graham & Jessica Pepitone Douglas & Wendy Gray Jim & Dana Hahn Mary & Bill Hollinshead Peter & Vicky Hollmann Tim & Michele Horan Janet & Gaines Hutcheson Steven & Patricia Issa WHO WE ARE

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Jennifer K. Turner & Keith R. Jacobson John & Ann Kashmanian John M. Kelly Mr.* & Mrs. G. Dickson Kenney Mr. Thomas B. King Dr. Robin Krakowsky Anne Berkelhammer Krause G. Alan Kurose, MD Pierre & Susan La Perriere Peter & Marnie Lacouture Thomas & Margaret Lawlor Lamb Michele & Tobias Lederberg Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Lee Barbara & George A. Levine Stephen & Sharon Linder Glen & Kathy Lyford Michael Marcella Margaret A. Marty Raymond & Shanna Marzilli Steve & Carleen Massed Mr. & Mrs. Edmund M. Mauro, III Mary & Warren McGoldrick Richard & Barbara McWhirter Mark & Denise Meiklejohn Theresa Molloy Brian T. Moynihan & Susan E. Berry Mr. Christopher Natale Pearl G. Nathan Jane S. Nelson Joyce A.J. Nichols William E. O’Gara, Jr., Esq. Alice* & Calvin Oyer Mr. Wayne M. Kezirian & Elizabeth Paroli Sandra & Kenneth Pattie Harvey & Sarah Perry Jack & Rhoda Pomeroy Sandra Radcliffe & Jim Donaldson James M. Ricci Mim Runey Bruce Ruttenberg & Heather MacLeod Lynne & Michael Ryan Allen & Barbara Scott Barbara J. Silvis Alexis & Percy Smith Jack & Nina Sutherland Kim & Howard Sutton Cay Den Herder & Dominick Tammaro Mr. Stephen Tortolani Al & Gerrie Verrecchia Laureen White & Jim Taricani Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Wischnowsky Mr. & Mrs. Scott & Lori Wragg Mr. & Mrs. Harrison M. Wright Two members wish to remain anonymous

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COURAGEOUS CREW

$2,500 - $4,999 Paul Adler & Lori Basilico Lisa & Nicholas Ahart The Honorable & Mrs. Dennis L. Algiere Christopher J. Almon John & Gail Alofsin Dennis & Melinda Anderson Mary Ann & John Andries Thomas & Barbara Arcangeli Jason E. Archambault & Neil A. Berenson Bob Arena Clare* & David Bailey Rodney R. & Paula D. Baillargeon Richard & Suzy Baird Manny & Wanda Barrows Sally Parella Battison Malcolm & Karen Baxter Robert & Susan Baxter Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey J. Beauman Ms. Kendra L. Beaver Joseph Beretta Mitzi & Bob Berkelhammer Mr. & Mrs. Richard W. Billings Dick & Emily Boenning Rebecca E. Book Karen Bordeleau John J. Bowen Donnie Braunstein Troyen A. Brennan Edward & Sheila Broderick Mark & Robin Brooks Robert & Melissa Brooks Aaron M. Brown Douglas & Rosemary Brown Dr. Larry K. Brown William & Linda Bryan Agnes Bundy Scanlan & John Scanlan Christopher J. Bunnell James & Colette Calbi Michael & Denise Cannon Mr. & Mrs. Louis R. Cappucci David & Maureen Caprio Nancy K. Cassidy & Jeffrey C. Schreck Mark Castro Art & Doreen Chabot Wayne & Jeanie Charness Mike & Kathy Clarkin Tom Coderre Rev. Dr. Jennifer & Brian C. Cook Mary & Ed* Cooney Edward B. & Ruth C. Corcoran Dr. Thomas & Maryann Correia Marybeth Corrente & Ray Mountain Peter & Suzanne Costa

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Paul Curcio & Barbara Bennett Mr. & Mrs. John Damon Colleen Dickson Leonard A. DiLorenzo & Annmarie Garceau Paul & Kristen DiSanto Peter & Claudia Divoll Jud Donaldson Kenneth Douglas, Jr. Mary Ella Dubreuil Jon & Julie Duffy Susan Duffy & Paul Gordon Thomas & Teresa Eagan Myra J. Edens Rob & Marilyn Edwards Joseph & Maryann England Lisa A. Evora & Todd M. Sharon David S. & Margaret D. Farrell Doug & Tricia Fay Mark & Adela Felag Barbara & Walter Feldman Mr. & Mrs. Armand A. Ferland Veronica M. Ferro Brian & Maureen Fielding John E. Finnerty, Jr. Barbara Finigan Fitzgerald & Paul Fitzgerald Peter G. Flynn Paul & Gail Frechette Karen & Gary Friedmann Philip Friend & Family Andrea Gaiteri Paul & Laura Gavin Brian & Roseanne Gilligan John J. Gilroy Richard Godfrey & Carla DeStefano Dr. Richard Goldberg Debra A. Gormley 18

Ms. Lisa Guillette James & Nancy Hagerty Mr. & Mrs. Bryce Hall James S. Harper III Ben & Anne Harris Lise & Alan Hasegawa Patrick O’Neill Hayes, Jr. & Mary C. Hayes Margaret Hayes-Cote & Gerard Cote Steven Hecht Robert Hertling, Jr. John Higgins, Jr. & Family Kevin M. Higgins John & Linda Holmander Dr. & Mrs. Harold Horwitz Mike Hudson William J. & Jo Ellen L. Hunt Carolyn & Harry Huntoon Howard & Ann Huntoon Ryan & Allison Hutchins Rose M. & Luke T. Hyder Jeff & Teresa Jefferson Larry & Marybeth Keefe Gabor I. Keitner David & Q. Kellogg Michael & Karen Kennally Pamela & George Kirk Maryclaire Knight & Daryl Wright Jeff & Shirley Kolarik Mr. Michael D. Laflamme Mr. David Laverty Tom & Linda Lawrence Thomas & Cathy Lawson Denise E. Leber Mike & Catherine Lebovitz Beverly E. Ledbetter, Esq. Bertram & Margaret Lederer Ken & Paulette Levy

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Ray and Maria Corvese and Paola and Albert Fernandez at the Keel Club event.

Nancy S. Loney Edward Long & Evelyn Rhodes Mary Lovejoy & John Whistler The Lundgren Family Michael D. & Mary Lynch Ann Marie & Frederick Macri Robert E. Maddock John & Rogean Makowski Joananne & Jack Marshall Hedy & Fred Massotti Cindy & Dana Mauch Gene & Maureen McCabe Gail E. McCann & Stanley Lukasiewicz Frank & Ronnie McFarland Paul & Lisa McGartoll Carolyn & Bill McGillivray Kevin G. McGrath & Frances B. McGrath Jim & Jane McGuirk James & Carissa McMillen Dennis & Diane McNamara Dorothy & Esselton McNulty Bill & Laurie Meisner Bill & Joan Mekrut Michael Mello James & Dale Mendes Robert E. & Marybeth C. Merrill Richard & Linda Michalek Geoff & Sonia Millsom Mr. & Mrs. Timothy T. More Mrs. Glenda M. Morrison James & Veronica Morrison Meryl & Randy Moss Bill & Barbara Murray Rob & Patti Nardone Virginia & Alan Nathan Rich & Mary Nelson Monica A. Neronha Jack & Linda Newman Anne M. Nolan Mike Notardonato Brian O’Connell Kathy O’Donnell Gary R. Pannone Richard & Sandra Parrillo Sharon Partridge Marvin Pelser Jerry & Jane Perez Nadia & Steve Perreault Mr. Angelo Pezzullo Peter & Sheri Phillips Mr. & Mrs. William J. Piccerelli, CPA Everett & Carole Pizzuti Robin & Michael Prescott Ed & Claudia Pryor Paul Pysz David M. Rice Fred & Nancy Rockefeller Donald & Nancy Rowell Dr. & Mrs. Francis X. Russo


Stephen F. Rutledge Nancy Safer David & Kara Salit Harold & Jean Sanders Ms. Rachel Schwartz & Dr. Peter D. Kramer Giorgia & Christopher Shaban P. Robert & Virginia Siener Paul A. Silver Judy Layne Snow Mr. & Mrs. William Streker Gregory J. Suchy Swaminathan Family Steven P. Thacker Christopher J. Thomas David J. Tracy & Jean M. Tracy Maura C. Travers Gary & Mimi Venable Grace & Bob Vincent Michael & Anne Marie Vittoria Kristin & Richard Voccio Melanie Waterman Karen Johnson Weavill Alicia Wells-Smith & William Smith, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Peter J. Westervelt Robert J. Westlake, MD Charles & Joy Wharton Mr. & Mrs. Joseph F. Whinery, Jr. Regina H. White Bill White Cyndie Wilmot Mark & Erin Winslow Richard & Victoria Wood David Yopak Louis & Patricia Zanella 25 members wish to remain anonymous

INTREPID CREW

$1,500 - $2,499 Paul G. Aballo Kate Lacouture & Tony Adams Marisa A. Albanese Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Aldrich Herbert Alexander Gerry & Melanie Alonso Berndt W. Anderson Bob & Rosanna Andrade Ms. Susan K. Arnold Brian & Eileen Azar Sue Kairnes Baker Ms. Mary Ann Barboza Scott & Deborah Bartlett Robert D. Bates Roger & Diane Begin Maurice & Barbara Bell Christopher Belleau Normand G. Benoit Mr. & Mrs. Mark D. Bevelander WHO WE ARE

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Jim & Peg Bierden Jonathan & Jodi Blauvelt David A. Boulanger Maureen & Timothy Bowen Jeanne Boyle Mr. Donald D. Breed Elizabeth Burke Bryant & Daniel C. Bryant Elizabeth Burns Mr. & Mrs. S. James Busam Bob & Linda Caffrey Rick & Susan Campbell Jeremiah H. Cannon, Jr. Anthony Capuano, Jr. Mr. Burton M. Carey David & Patricia Carlin Karen & DeVere Carney Chuck & Alix Cavas Sheryl J. Chaffey Steve & Pat Chamberlain Fredric & Linda Christian The Honorable David N. Cicilline Anne M. Ciresi William H. Claflin Cynthia K. Clay Mr. Peter Claypool Chris & Kay Cobb Jack & Mary Jane Coffey Joe & Julie Cofield Jeanne Cola Dorene M. Conlon Brad Conner Mr. & Mrs. Michael Convery Mary L. Corcelli-Markrush & Michael Markrush Mr. & Mrs. William W. Corcoran Maria & Ray Corvese Ellen Costello Paul & Ann Cournoyer Michael & Kelly Cummings Judith & Murray Danforth Kirk & Dianne Daniels Dan & Elizabeth Davis Jeffrey & Karen Davis Michael A. DeCataldo Karen G. Del Ponte Delemontex Family Irene & Anthony Dematteo Kimberly A. Desimone Carol & Robert Di Censo Joyce & Walter Dias Peter & Diana DiBari Mr. & Mrs. David G. Dillon Lawrence & Mary Beth Dionne Kenneth DiSaia Michael & Mary DiSandro David E. Donald Jayne M. Donegan James & Sheila Drew HOW WE DO IT

Maureen & Michael Dumas Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Durant Linda & Martin Dutra Ms. Samantha Edd Luann Edwards Peter & Jan Eskelund Ms. Mary E. Farley Malcolm Farmer, III & Susan L. Farmer Mary Fasano Robert R. Faulkner Mr. & Mrs. Christopher A. Ferraro Richard & Darla Finchum Cynthia T. Fiore Rod & June Fischer Rodney C. Fisher Richard & Joyce Fleischer Mr. & Mrs. Linton A. Fluck, lll Joan Flynn Brett & Jennifer Foster Miana Franzen In Honor of Ernest Frerichs Richard Fritz & Laurie Warren Michael J. Fuchs Scot & Lindsay Fulghum Patricia A. Galuska Neil & Lynn Galvin Allison Gauthier Ronnie & Annemarie Gibson Cathie Gilligan Mr. & Mrs. Pete Gingras Ms. Deborah A. Gist Charles E. Golden, Jr. Moshe & Shoshana Golden Colleen Gouveia & Thomas Moulton Donna M. Gregson Mr. Russell B. Gross, Jr. Cal Groton Gary F. Haines Stuart & Pamela Hallagan Bill & Jane Hawkins Gina Campbell Helm Johanna Hetherton Stephen & Ellen-Ann Higginbotham Natalie Higgins Carissa Hill & Toby Bennett Margaret Holland McDuff & Michael McDuff Kenneth W. & Grace E. Horn Errol J. Horne Christopher M. Jackson Dr. Jordan Jaffe & Mrs. Debbi Gilstein Jaffe Warren & Janet Jagger Oscar & Goretti Joaquim Cheryl H. Johnson Daniel & Gayle Justynski Richard A. Kaplan & Susan Kearney Melissa Karten Mr. & Mrs. Arnold Kaufman

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Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Kean Mr. & Mrs. Thomas C. Kee Mr. & Mrs. Keith Kelly Dr. Steven M. Kempner Daniel & Patricia Kennedy Bell J. Michael Kennedy Maria Rosa & Noubar Kessimian, MD Geraldine Killilea Glenn & Deborah King Mrs. Elizabeth C. Kingsley Sue Klawans Mary Kay Koreivo Joe & Linda Kowalski Mr. & Mrs. Scott R. Kwarta Craig R. Lamp Arthur & Eva Landy Peg Langhammer Jane Langmuir & the late Paul Langmuir Paul & Denise Languirand Connie Laverty O’Connor & Patrick O’Connor Dennis Leamy, Jr. Ryan D. & Lori A. LePage Peter & Deborah Lipman Ray & Peggy Lippka Valerie M. Littlefield Gary & Renee Love Paul & Connie Loveland Hans & Judy Lundsten John & Carol Macaluso Ed & Carol MacRae Robin Main & Robert Powers Augustine A. Manocchia Patricia K. Martinez Edward & Marie Massoud Daniel & Jeanine McConaghy Patrick J. McGuigan & Elaine Fersh Paul J. McSoley Terry & Lisa McWilliams Colleen J. Medeiros Felicia Fund, Inc. Donald R. Miller Lisa & Gordon F. Miller Jonathan & Wendy Mishara Joseph Patrick Molnar Mary & Richard Moody Thomas W. Moore Major & Mrs. Kevin M. Mott Ms. Marjorie Muller Dennis & Linda Murphy Don D. Myers Donald F. Naber Larry T. Nagel Colin J. Nagle Kenneth & Patricia Nanian Gordon & Roberta Nelson Timi Ann X. Neri & Marie E. Esposito Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Norris Mr. John Olerio 20

Brian M. O’Malley April Ondis & Alex Kates Diana & Kevin Pagliarini Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Palmisciano Nina Pande Douglas & Dorothy Peckham Mr. & Mrs. Hank Pepin Ms. Barbara J. Perino Paul & Eleanor Pierannunzi Jana M. Planka Joe & Joan Pratt Debra & Wade Price Joseph M. Procaccini Patty & Dale Radka Nicholas & Carol Rago Kevin A. Raymond & Cecille M. Palumbo Nancy & Enzo Rebula Mr. & Mrs. C. ReCasino The Reed Family Don & Liz Reilly Michael E. Renfree Carol & Charles Reppucci Christopher A. Rheaume John Rinkacs Jim & Karen Robinson Mr. Raymond H. Rockefeller, III Mr. & Mrs. Augusto Rojas, Jr., JD Paula & Carl Rossi Alan R. Rote, MD Donna M. Sams William & Deborah Scambio Joanne M. Scanlon Brian C. & Jessica J. Schattle Jeff Schramm Craig & Karen Sculos Bob & Sarah Seelert Susan Sekelsky Brenda Senak Peter & Pam Sheehan Deming & Jane Sherman George & Susan Shuster Mary Jane & Dennis J. Silva John Sinnott Craig Sipe & Kristin Fletcher Mike & Jennifer Skibo Julia Anne & Peter Slom Steven Sloman & Linda Covington Brian & Monique Smith Adrienne G. Southgate Liz Soyka Sandra M. Spies & Richard R. Spies Joseph B. Starnes Allan Stein & Deborah Guthrie Scott & Sally Stevenson Elaine & Kevin Stiles Robert & Faye Stolzman Susan & Bob Strouse Sheila & Tom Sulentic Samuel & Sue Suls

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Eric & Cindy Swanson Gary Tapkas Bill & Sue Theriault Joseph J. Thomas Don & Traci Thomassen William Thornley Rick & Helen Tjader Most Reverend Thomas J. Tobin Ingrid E. Tolentino Kevin & Molly Tracy Joseph J. Traficanti Melissa L. Trapp Will & Mary Ann Tsonos Robert J. Tyler Anne & Arthur Vallely Bill & Susan Vandall A.T. Wall & Maria DeCarvalho Tammy King Walsh Newell & Robin Tobron Warde Kathryn & John Webber Mr. & Mrs. J. Prewitt Wehle C. White & M. Noviello Joseph B. & Annette M. White Michael J. White Todd D. & Patricia White Paul & Cindy Wielgus Ryan & Christina Wilkes Lelani S. Williams Stephanie B. Wirth Bob & Teri Wolff Edward R. Zarenski Stephen & Antonia Zubiago 47 members wish to remain anonymous

CONSTELLATION CREW

$1,000 - $1,499 Raymond L. Abraham Reza Aghamirzadeh Dennis Agin Brendan & Jennifer Ahearn Elaine C. Alderdice Dr. Paul & Sheila Alexander Jason & Michelle Alexandre Bill & Amabel Allen Darlene M. Allen Jeff & Susan Allen Kristine R. Allen Eileen Almeida Mr. George Almeida, Jr. Victoria M. Almeida, Esq. Alana K. Alston Mr. Michael J. Amidei Colleen & Arthur Anderson Colleen O. Anderson Michael A. Andrews Brian & Melissa Angell Mr. Stephen R. Anthony Robert A. Lieberman & Peri Ann Aptaker

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Susan H. Areson Scott Asadorian Mayor Scott Avedisian Steven B. Avery Laurie Backall & Kristin Howley Mr. Robert Bailey Michael & Penny Balasco Mr. & Mrs. Brian P. Barry Nicholas James Batten Paul Bayne Ms. Jo-Ann Beauvais Ron & Denise Behm Carolyn E. Belisle Christina Bellanti Douglas C. Bennet Mr. Kyle Bennett & Ms. Eneida Diaz Raymond & Nancy Benoit Heather J. Bentley Mr. & Mrs. J. Stephen Bentz Gerry & Paula Berard Lisa & Phil Bergeron Ms. Anne Bernier Gil & Donna-Lee Bissett Elizabeth M. Blaicher Doris S. Blanchard Raymond & Rebecca Blanchard Bruce E. Blank Donald S. Blough Patricia M. Blough Ms. Susan E. Bodington Paula Bolig Christopher J. Boston Shauneen Bourgeois & Kim Landry Robert & Pauline Bowcock Lawrence & Sharleen Bowen Donna Brady Mark Braun & Jeanne D’Agostino Dawne M. Breen Gregory Brennick Jeffrey & Jessica Brier Mr. Paul G. Brodeur John & Kathy Brooks Mr. & Mrs. Paul Brousseau Karen Brown Kevin Brown Robert Brunelli Drs. Vito & Louise Buonomano Jim & Melissa Burton Mr. & Mrs. John Busavage Mr. David J. Bussius Joseph & Pamela Butera Peggy Caddigan Joan Caine Dr. Donna Caldwell Jim & Dot Camara Joseph J. Campbell Ruth & Bernard Campbell Mr. & Mrs. Paul A. Campellone Joan & Jay Candon WHO WE ARE

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Brian Angell, Keel Club member, volunteers with handing out backpacks at the Back to School of Rhode Island Celebration.

Paul J. Cappello Peter G. Carlsen Michelle Carney Lori Caron Silveira, Esq. Angela Carr Ms. Sherri L. Carrera Tina Marie Castano Louise Cavanaugh Patricia M. Cerilli Harriet M. Chafee Philip C. Chan Jennifer A. Chapman Kathleen Charbonneau Kevin & Joanne Chaves Susan & Andrew Chlebus Brett & Jody Cicchese Deana & Ryan Cimorelli Frank & Denise Cirillo Lisette & Thomas Clem Rayona Clemens Sidney Clifford, Jr. Sue & Mark Coffland Candice M. Cogean-Noel Dr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Coghlin Sandy & Bill Coldwell Thomas E. Cole Alfred Coletti Carole Collins Christopher & Christine Collins Mrs. Karen E. Conti Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Conway Bob & Linda Cook Leon N. Cooper Lisa & Jeff Cooper William J. Corcoran Frank & Evelyn Cordeiro HOW WE DO IT

Dan & Celine Corrigan John F. Corrigan, Esq. John & Lynn Corwin Susan A. Cosman Bernard J. Cote James F. Cotter Wesley Cotter Dr. & Mrs. Donald R. Coustan James & Dianne Cranham Stephen J. Craven Michael E. Criscione Patrick & Joan Cronin Lori & Joe Crowshaw Ana Arelys Cruz James J. Culhane Robert & Elizabeth Cummiskey David R. Cunningham John Cuomo Angie D’Albora Francis Danahey, Jr. Stuart & Ann Daniels John & Isabel Daniels Roger Darois Ms. Anne Marie D’Attelo Karen Davis Peg & Gary Davis Richard K. Dawber Rosemary Day Dr. Vera A. DePalo Deborah DeBare Ralph G. DeFelice Robert A. Defelice Vinnie DeGiorgio David Delaney Mark W. & Nancy L. Delaney Mr. Patrick J. Delany

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Christopher Deneff Mark O. Denehy Penelope H. Dennehy, MD Mr. Jonathan Depina Marc & Erin Desmarais Donna deWardener Steven & Cheryl Deware Mr. & Mrs. Joseph R. Di Stefano Henry & Shantha Diaz Daniel A. DiPrete, MD Thomas Doeppner & Katrina Avery Mr. Shawn R. Donahue Jay D. Douglas Cynthia Downing Francis X. Doyle Mark J. Drywa Victor Duarte Deb & Frank Duchala Dave Duffie Jeremy A. Duffy James F. Dugan Mr. & Mrs. John Dugan Paul R. Dumaine Christy & Jeremy Duncan Paul D. Dunlap Stephen A. Duvel Dan & Deb Dwight Scott & Mary Eastman Chris & Carrie Egan Lori & Mark Eldridge James Elkins III Jaime L. Ellis Stephen F. Eno & Ann Eno Cindy Marie Erickson Cyndie & Dennis Estevao Paul H. & Cheryl A. Ethier Mr. & Mrs. John Eustis Justin Evans & Linda Evans 22

Mr. Ken J. Facchiano Paula M. Fahlman Mr. Barnet Fain Maura & Steven Fairbanks Mr. & Mrs. Herculano S. Falcoa Antonio R. Faria Jennifer Elizabeth Faria John E. & Deborah Y. Farley Barbara & Edward Feldstein Phyllis Fern Jeff & Sherryl Fields John W. Filoon Kiki Finn Ms. Elizabeth Z. Flanagan Laurie-Ann & Richard Flaxington Mr. David P. Fleming Frank Flynn David F. Fogerty Mr. & Mrs. J. Fogerty Thomas & Ann Foley Domenick C Forte Brian & Lisa Fortin John Frascotti David J. Frechette Irene Freeman Kim M. Frenze Mr. Michael T. Friel Mojie F. Friel Bill & Tina Frydryk Madeline M. Furtado Mr. & Mrs. Matthew W. Galbraith James Gallagher Peter M. Galland Brian & Ann Garbecki Patricia E. Gardner Joan & Stephen M. Garfinkel David & Linda Gaskill Jeanne M. Gattegno

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Keel Club members Rodney and June Fisher.

Melinda S. Gaudreau Tom & Kathi Gay Rebecca Wilson & Stephen Geanacopoulos Mr. & Mrs. Raymond L. Geary Susan J. Gentile James & Patricia Giddings Emily A. Gilcreast Paula Gillette Michael Gillis Jason A. Gittle Kent & Kathleen Gladding David & Madeline Glaude Richard & Priscilla Glucksman Thomas F. Goff Kathy & Mike Goldberger Patti & Howard Goldstein Norma B. Goodman Mr. & Mrs. George M. Goodwin Mr. Brad A. Gordon Janet M. Goulart Michael Robert Goulet Lois & George Graboys Michael & Pattie Grandchamp Alfred Grant Ms. Cecilia Greene & Mr. Paul Verbinnen Erin & Adam Greenman Mr. Phillip L. Griffin Bart & Maureen Grimes William R. Grimm & Deborah A. Shadd Jennifer L. Grimsley Helen Grossman Rabbi & Mrs. Leslie Gutterman Peter W. Haar Stacy & Robert Mayne Mr. & Mrs. William B. Hall Bob & Sue Halpin David Hammarstrom Cristie A. Hanaway Mark Hanchar Mr. Douglas G. Hancher Christine Handibode Samuel E. Hanna, Jr. Nicholas S. Haponik Barbara K. Hart Jeff Hawes Joanne M. Haworth Peter & Susan Hayden Mr. Kenneth G. Hayes Mr. & Mrs. Dana V. Heberlein Michael & Denise Hebert Paul F. Heffernan Sara Hiebner Nancy M. Howard Mrs. Polly Cazeault Huckel Al & Sue Hulley Dennis & Martha Hultzman Kathy & Brian Hunt Mr. & Mrs. Brian M. Hunter


Phil & Audrey Hussey Tom & Kim Hutchinson Ian C. Hyatt Stanley R. Ifill John Isberg Ms. Maria N. Janes Mickey Jemo Mr & Mrs. Howard M. Jenkins, Jr. Petra Jenkins Erik A. Johnsen Mr. Steven J. Joles Mr. Paul W. Jolin Ellen K. Jordan Michael A. Jordan Karriem K. Kanston Stanley & Madeline Kanter John & Julie Kaull Daniel J. Kavanagh Mark W. Kay Tom & Janice Kearney Kat & Mark Keenan Cecelia T. Kelliher Paul S. Kelly Mrs. Mary Ellen Kerr Michael John Kerr Nick & Amie Kershaw Mr. Gerald Kitchen Kathleen & Martin Kits van Heyningen Jim Klinger Paul J. Kloiber Katherine Klosowski George E. Knowles Michael & Linda Kohler Steven & Donna Kononchik Ramarao Koppaka Karl & Diane Kozak Ms. Daria M. Kreher Rich & Celina Krupski Tanja & Daniel Kubas-Meyer The Reverend H. August Kuehl Mr. & Mrs. Don Kujawa Pamela S. LaBreche Deborah & Peter Lamm Mr. Michael J. Lamond Glenn Lampinski Robert P. Landau, Esq. Ted & Linda Lane Lil Lane Ms. Christine M. Langevin Paul & Christine Laprade Cindy L. Larson Myra Latimer Blake & Marilyn Laverdiere Jim Lavoie John & Susan Lawler Ms. Lori L. Lawrence Kathleen & Donald McCabe Susan Leach DeBlasio, Esq. Mr. & Mrs. Robert Leeson, Jr. WHO WE ARE

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Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. LeFebvre Susan & John Leidecker Rick & Paula Lemieux Mrs. Mary Letourneau Dr. David C. Lewis & Eleanor Lewis Mrs. Frank Licht Henry H. Lillie, Jr. Kathrin & Thomas Loretz Murray Loudon Patricia Lucarelli Gary & Linda Lulli Greg & Amy Lupica Dr. Donald MacDougall & Jayne MacDougall John & Rebecca Maccarone James E. MacGlaflin Suzanne Macklin Mr. & Mrs. Howard C. MacMillan Dennis & Melanie Maher Mr. & Mrs. John J. Mahoney Kevin Mahoney Ryan Mahoney Tod Mahoney Winfield Major & Susan Starkweather Anthony & Sarah Mangiarelli Tom & Karen Manning Bob & Maria Marcello Chantrey Marchand Rebecca Marino Carolyn & Ron Marsella Ronald & Mary Marshall Paul & Carol Marsiglio Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Martel Edward W. Martin Patricia Martin William Martin & Patricia Martin Theresa L. Massoud Michael J. Matigian Steve & Nancy Maxwell Doug & Gretchen Mayhew Mr. David Mazza Mr. & Mrs. James J. McAllister, Jr. Bill & Donna McArdle Mr. David Michael McCabe Victoria McCrae Thomas & Seija McDermott Terrance James McGill John & Connie McGrath Gary McLane Patrick & Pamela McLaughlin Renay & Todd McLeish Neal & Elizabeth McNamara Donald & Virginia McQueen Karen Medeiros Christopher J. Medici Mr & Mrs. Timothy M. Melia Ms. Ann Mello Mr. & Mrs. Kevin P. Menard Dr. & Mrs. Robert Meringolo HOW WE DO IT

Steve & Laura Metcalfe Paul Metro Jeffrey E. Meyer Mr. & Mrs. Angelo Miccoli Toby & Diane Miller Mr. Thomas S. Miller Debbie Mitchell Keith & Daryl Moffat Chris & Mandie Mohn Mr. D. Scott Molloy, Jr. Dr. Jack & Susan Monchik Mark & Nancy Monday Tony & Rebecca Moniz Matthew Moniz E. James Monti, Jr., MD Diane T. Monti-Markowski Harold S. Moore Paul & Susan Moran Ernie & Sandy Moreira Michelle Morgan Ms. Sharon L. Morgan Barry & Barbara Morphis Deirdre Morrison Maria Morrison-Barr & Tracy L. Barr Patricia Moss William & Leigh Moynihan Anthony F. & Janet H. Muri Richard Nadeau Jay & Michaela Napoli John & Kathy Nealon Eric B. Nemes Tim & Kelly Nevins Charles & Linda Newton Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth G. Nicastro Bill & Beth Noonan Ms. Mary E. Noons David & Particia North-Martino Mark & Jeanne Nugent Norman Nunes Michael & Janet O’Brien Lawrence J. & Beth A. O’Connell Mr. Anthony A. O’Dea Sarah & Dan O’Gara Susan P. Olson Patricia A. O’Neill Lorraine E. O’Rourke Charles Scott Ostrowski James & Mindy Oswald Mrs. Anne N. Ott Donna & Robert W. Pacheco Gail & Richard Pagano Rachel Joann Paliotti Ed & Paula Paluch Cathleen A. Paniccia G. Paolozzi Carl & Carol Papino Mr. Robert W. Pardini Joseph Pasciuto Stacy Paterno

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Ronald Patrissi William Patterson, III Mr. & Mrs. Michael B. Paul Robert & Marie Payer Thomas C. & Margaret M. Pearson Laura Freedman Pedrick Hugh A. Peltz, II Deb Pereira Cindy & Tom Perrin Sully & Diana Perry Richard H. Petrarca Joseph Petrucci Richard & Donna Petrucci David & Louise Pettey Mr. Randall J. Phillips Richard & Paula Phillips Donna L. Piasczyk Carol G. & Paul R. Picard David Piche Timothy Pickering Lyndalu Pieranunzi Jane Pilz Valerie J. Pimenta Lianne C. Pinheiro Jill C. Pipher Susan M. Pirri Yahaira Placencia John F. Poirier Mark L. Poirier Domenic & Dona Pontarelli Christopher Popadic Mr. & Mrs. Michael G. Poulin Mr. William G. Preston Rose & Victor Primavera, Jr. Brian & Jennifer Prince Elliott & Judith Pritikin John L. Pucci Robert E. Pumphrey, III Betsey A. Purinton Dr. & Mrs. C. Brandon Qualls Lori Quaranta Donald & Patricia Quattrucci Lisia Quinlivan Rick & Debbie Quinlivan John & Joanne Quinn Anne & Patrick Quinn Herbert Rakatansky, MD Ms. Reva A. Rebeiro Rocky & Kelly Reeves Peter & Karleen Regan Duncan Reid Joseph Renzi Michael J. Renzi Ms. Susan T. Replogle Lorrie & James Reynolds Mr. Brian D. Rickard Barbara & C. Andrew Riley Henry & Jan Rines Toni Ellen Roberts Susan & Lloyd J. Robertson 24

Karen Roche Jonathan A. Roderick Christopher & Bettyanne Romano Janice Rosa Lawrence & Mary Ross Mr. Reid A. Rotatori Fred & Sally Rotenberg Deborah Royce Mr. John Rupp Stephen E. Russell Mark & Christine Ruzzo Patricia C. Rychlec Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Santino Bob & Tracy Santos Patricia O. Saracino John T. Sargent Carol A. Sarro Richard & Kathryn Sassu William Sauer Dr. Keith G. Saunders & Monique Saunders Donald & Mary Beth Schmitt Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Schnee Stephen C. Schonning Edward & Nancy Schottland Hans & Charlene Schreiber Mr. & Mrs. R. J. Schreitmueller Cheryl A. Senerchia Mariana R. Sequeira & James Sequeira Scott & Becky Settje Sivakumar Shanmugasundaram Judith Gibbs Shaw MD Stephen G. Sherlock Mr. & Mrs. Albert K. Sherman, Jr. Richard A. Sherman Forrest J. Shingles Stephen Shoren William Shuey & Frances Shipps Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Siatti Amy & Stephen Sills Kimberly S. Silva Daniel & Rachel Silverman Eugene G. Simone Bennett & Lissa Singer Mr. & Mrs. Steven A. Smeal Maxine Smith Bruce & Jean Snow David B. Soforenko Dr. Louis V. Sorrentino Martha J. Soucy Jane Sousa Louis & Rebecca Sperling Stephen M. Stanback Gerald B. Steinke Andrew D. Stone Rex Stone Donna L. Stouber Calvin Strong Elizabeth Suever & Robert Knychalski Dan & Marianne Sullivan

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Terrence & Katherine Sullivan Richard C. Sullivan Susan M. Swain Shannon Sweeney Saunders Jay & Patti Swiatek Jan Sykora Sam S. Sylvester Steve & Geri Tamborelli Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Taub Joanne S. Tellier Ray & Gail Tetreault Ken & Sally Textor Donna Ferretti Tihalas Joseph Tomasino, III Bart & Laura Totten Carol & Glenn Townsend Ms. Sharon E. Trask Nicole M. Tremblay Donald M. Troppoli Peter M. Tudino Mrs. Mary Anne Tuttle Michael J. Uva Dan Vieira June & Dennis Vinhateirc Mamie & Rich Wakefield Jim & Maureen Walsh Danielle Ward Mr. & Mrs. Richard Ward John & Karen Warren Chris & Jennifer Watson David & Lisa Way Donald & Crystal Way Robert J. McGreen & Patricia Wegrzyn-McGreen J. Robert Weisberger, Jr. John & Marcy Welch Julie White-Gooding George B. Wickett, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. David Wilder Paul & Joan Wilkinson Laura & Steve Wilkinson Brian D. Williams Daniel J. Williams Jerome F. Williams Kevin L. Williams & Cheryl Le Clair Stephen Williams Linda B. Winfrey Edward N. Wood Ms. Jennifer L. Wood Mary Ann Wood Ron Wood James & Viola Wyman Robert F. & Deborah J. Yost Cheryl A. Young Tammy & Robert Young Al Zannini Steven C. Zenofsky Janet & Melvin Zurier 124 members wish to remain anonymous Deceased

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Planned Giving: Anchor Society Barbara and Doug Ashby Natalie Brown* Marjorie W. Crook* Dr. and Mrs. Charles Denby, II Lester W. Doel* Mr. and Mrs. John W. Flynn Tom and Mary Gilbane Frederick Griffith* John E. and Janet S. Hall

Karen A. Davie and Garrison A. Hull Frederick Jackson Lucille L. Lalumiere* Marie Langlois Beverly Glenn Long* David McCahan, Jr. Robert McManus* Carol A. Peterson Jean H. Scott*

Clarke Simonds, Sr.* Dennis E. Stark Alec and Susan Taylor Pat H. Turner Thomas and Sharon Veronneau Charitable Trust Donald and Crystal Way Harold A. Winstead Charitable Foundation Deceased

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Photo: Justin Wilder

Women’s Leadership Council Marisa A. Albanese Elaine C. Alderdice Danielle Andruszkiewicz Peri Ann Aptaker Maria Barry Carol G. Barton Lori Basilico Sally Parella Battison Jo-Ann Beauvais Tina Benik Lisa Bergeron Doris S. Blanchard Susan E. Bodington Elizabeth Burke Bryant Elizabeth Burns Roberta Butler Peggy Caddigan Joan Candon Michelle Carney Lori Caron Silveira, Esq. Tina Marie Castano Jennifer A. Chapman Kathleen Charbonneau Deana Cimorelli Anne M. Ciresi Sandy Coldwell Carole Collins Karen E. Conti Lisa Cooper Maria Corvese Ana Arelys Cruz Polly Daly Joanne M. Daly Anne Marie D’Attelo Edythe M. De Marco Penelope H. Dennehy, MD Colleen Dickson Kristen DiSanto Cheryl A. Ethier Maureen Dumas Luann Edwards WHO WE ARE

Mary Fasano Paola Fernandez Irene Freeman Mojie F. Friel Madeline M. Furtado Mary Gilbane Janet M. Goulart Lisa Guillette Margaret Hayes-Cote Gina Campbell Helm Carissa Hill Kathleen C. Hittner Jennifer Hodges Rose M. Hyder Robyn Ivy Petra Jenkins Gertrude F. Jones Melissa Karten Ann Kashmanian Kat Keenan Dione Kenyon Katherine Klosowski Maryclaire Knight

Mary Kay Koreivo Lil Lane Margaret Lawlor Lamb Michele Lederberg Mary Letourneau Jeanne Lieb Connie Loveland Karen Manning Rebecca Marino Patricia K. Martinez Theresa L. Massoud Colleen J. Medeiros Debbie Mitchell Mary Moody Pat Moran Jean Moran Deirdre Morrison Julie Mott Janet Muri Mary E. Noons Particia North-Martino Nina Pande Sharon Partridge

Sandra Pattie Barbara J. Perino Betsey A. Purinton Kathryn Rok Martha McCann Rose Donna M. Sams Carol A. Sarro Deborah Scambio Kimberly S. Silva Mary Jane Silva Kathleen G. Silvestri Barbara J. Silvis Cathy Streker Elizabeth Suever Sheila Sulentic Maura C. Travers Mary Anne Tuttle Danielle Ward Melanie Waterman Laurie White Lelani S. Williams 3 members wish to remain anonymous

WLC members, Gertrude F. Jones and Lisa Bergeron, are joined by bestselling author Ann Hood at an inspirational breakfast hosted by United Way.

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Other Funding Partners: Trusts and Foundations & Media Partners TRUSTS AND FOUNDATIONS MEDIA PARTNERS KEY COMMUNITY UNDERWRITERS $2,000,000 or more

Rhode Island Charities Trust, a fund of The Rhode Island Foundation

COMMUNITY PHILANTHROPISTS $100,000 – $300,000

Metcalf Foundation Nellie Mae Education Foundation

COMMUNITY BENEFACTORS $40,000 – $99,999

Walter L. and Edna N. Davol Fund June Rockwell Levy Foundation Virginia T. Madeira Fund Charles Stewart Mott Foundation

COMMUNITY INVESTORS $10,000 – $39,999

Boss Family Fund for Literacy Katherine F. Hubbard & Josephine H. Williams Fund Julius and Jesse Richmond Palmer Fund Henry & Peggy Sharpe Fund Edwin S. Soforenko Foundation R.C. Thompson, Jr. Fund Van Bueren Charitable Foundation

COMMUNITY SUPPORTERS $500 – $9,999

Alperin/Hirsch Family Foundation Blackall Fund Edna N. Davol Fund Henry P. & Priscilla B. Eldredge Fund George & Evelyn Ingleby Fund Janci Foundation The Ruth and Samuel Markoff Foundation Arthur & Martha Milot Fund Robert G. Mirman Trust Emma L. Myrick Memorial Fund Emily G.F. Nicholson Charitable Trust Noyce Foundation Emma & Ely Oppenheimer Fund Naomi and Viola Osterman Fund Leonard and Esteruth Rumpler Family Fund George & Naomi Sawyer Fund John M. and Mary S. Wall The Webb Moscovitch Family Fund Genevieve C. Weeks Fund Mary Yonker Memorial Fund

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Cerio Communications Clear Channel Communications Cogens Printing Services Cox Communications The Cranston Herald Cumulus Media CW 28 Diamond Star Media DR Communications Envision Technology Advisors, LLC GoLocalProv Lamar Advertising Latino Public Radio The Newport Daily News Pawtucket Red Sox The Pawtucket Times Poder 110 - WPM Z 1110 The Providence American Providence Bruins Providence Business News Providence en Español The Providence Journal Company Providence Media Rhode Island Broadcasters Association The Rhode Island Family Guide Rhode Island Monthly Rhode Island Newspaper Group (RING) Rhode Island Public Radio 88.1 FM/91.5 FM/102.7 FM Robyn Ivy Photography Survival By Design Telemundo Providence Tiempo Social The Valley Breeze The Warwick Beacon The Westerly Sun The Woonsocket Call WARV 1590 AM WEEI 103.7 FM WJAR NBC 10 WLNE ABC 6 WPRI 12 / Fox Providence

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Financial Information: A snapshot of our annual finances RESOURCES: $18,434,900

From July 1, 2012  – June 30, 2013 (unaudited results)

State Employee Campaigns 2.8% UWRI Annual Campaign 69.1% Investment, Rental, Grant & Other Income 2.1% Grant Income (Government & Private Foundations) 8.0% RI Charities Trust 18.0%* *

Established by Textron founder Royal Little in 1937 to benefit our United Way. Managed by The Rhode Island Foundation.

USE OF RESOURCES: $18,434,900

From July 1, 2012  – June 30, 2013 (unaudited results)

Capital Leasing & Depreciation 3.2% Capital Leasing & Depreciation 3.2% Grant Expense (Government & Private Foundations) 7.0% Grant Expense (Government & Private Foundations) 7.0% Donor Investments to UWRI's Community Impact Fund 40.9% Donor Investments to UWRI's Community Impact Fund 40.9% Donor Directed Disbursements to Specific Organizations 31.8% Donor Directed Disbursements to Specific Organizations 31.8% United Way Worldwide Dues 0.7% United Way Worldwide Dues 0.7% Fundraising & Administration 16.4%* Fundraising & Administration 16.4%* *

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Paid from Rhode Island Charities Trust income.

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United Way of Rhode Island Community Impact Report 2012-2013  

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