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GAME ON 2008 ANNUAL REPORT


DEAR SUPPORTERS, TOUGH YEAR!!! Worst disaster in local history, business closings, layoffs and terminations, shrunken retirement plans, reduced allocations to our partner agencies while more people are in need of assistance. We don’t know anyone who wasn’t negatively affected in some way by problems that surfaced in 2008. But at United Way, our job is to help people in need no matter how tough the circumstances. Once again, we are heartened to find that the worst of times brings out the best in people. The community is rising to the challenge, and United Way is helping lead the way. Consider these facts: • We have recruited an active and driven Board of Directors that is more involved in our work than any such group in recent years. • Despite economic woes, our campaign was down only 5% from 2007’s record levels. That’s an amazing job by Mark Thompson and his committee. • Though we consider the campaign successful in the circumstances, the reduction from the prior year is still a problem. Due to the flood and the tough economic conditions, United Way agencies need to serve an increasing number of clients with reduced financial resources. We highly commend the dedicated professionals and volunteers of the agencies for their efforts to carry out their respective missions and working in cooperation with United Way. Some very innovative marketing tools are being developed under Beth Parkhurst that will provide a new level of communication with our donors and potential donors.

• A Strategic Planning Committee was formed under the leadership of Mike Schubel. So far, that group has made great progress in developing a dynamic process that will heighten the focus on identifying and prioritizing oppor- tunities and needs of the community. We believe that this “community impact model” will best serve the needs of the current and future generations. More than ever, United Way will add value to the generous contributions of time, talent, and dollars by generating greater account ability and feedback to donors. UWBC Vice-President Sally Jamerson is leading this transition. • UWBC is now home to an Americorps program led by Jean Ozols. At a minimal cost to us, we have trained

Being a champion is not about lighting up the scoreboard. It’s not about winning. It’s about you and your relationship with yourself, your family, and your community. Being a champion is knowing you helped make a difference. Can you GIVE a child hope, ADVOCATE for a cause, or VOLUNTEER your time with love and joy in your heart? If you can do that you’re a champion. There are many great people with great ideas to support our efforts. For these champions and all of their contributions we say…


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and assigned twenty Americorps staffers into agencies as part-time volunteer coordinators. This effort is based on overwhelming evidence that agencies that have a specific person assigned to recruit, train, supervise, and reward volunteers get infinitely more production out of the volunteers than those agencies that don’t have such a person. This continuing component of our work is in line with our Army of Volunteers plan that we rolled out at our 2007 Annual Meeting. IT IS WORKING!

• UWBC became the leader of the Long Term Flood Recovery. Beginning with the establishment of the volunteer/victim center in the lobby of United Way Center two days after the flood, we have coordinated the work on individual homes throughout the county. It is difficult to separate United Way from the Long Term Flood Recovery Team because they work so closely together. However you identify it, here are the major accomplishments of LTFRT:

Between United Way, Heritage Fund, and the John Mellenkamp concert we raised about a quarter-million dollars locally for flood relief. An additional $1,755,000 was received by UWBC from a grant from Indiana Association of United Ways. This was made possible by a $50 million contribution from Lilly Endowment to IAUW to be used for Indiana disasters in 2008. From the same fund UWBC facilitated a grant of almost $4 million to rebuild the pharmacy at Columbus Regional Hospital.

Every survivor who came to us was assigned an experienced case manager to help them navigate the difficult road to recovery. Led by Sharon Spencer of CRH, case managers made certain that each home owner got the materials and labor needed to repair and rebuild, replacement of lost furniture and appliances, and emotional support when needed.

An estimated 4,000 citizens came from near to repair and rebuild about 550 homes of well over 1,000 flood survivors. Under the leadership of Angie Huebel, the lobby of the United Way Center became the center of coordinating the work of the volunteers and the needs of the survivors. Angie and her team worked exhaustively to ensure that everyone’s needs were met in a timely manner.

A seven-man construction crew did the work that required a professional in all of the repair/rebuild projects. John Boyle managed that team and supervised volunteers to the extent of their abilities.

To summarize the optimism coming out of 2008, we still operate in a community where individuals and companies are extremely generous with their resources. We have great relationships and work in collaboration with the other foundations and initiatives in Bartholomew County that are dedicated to the upholding and improving the quality of life of all of us. We can build on these assets to have a successful (probably not a record) campaign in 2009. We have survived more than our share of adversity and we’re still kicking. An old adage says that makes one stronger; we’ll go with that until it’s proven wrong. BRETT VANDERKOLK BOARD CHAIR 2008

DOUG OTTO PRESIDENT


DEAR FRIENDS, We are pleased to introduce LIVE UNITED, which is a new social engagement initiative that United Way of America is utilizing to inspire people to give back to their community. It’s called LIVE UNITED because together, we can accomplish more than a single person, group or organization. United, we can inspire hope and create opportunities. You can LIVE UNITED by giving, advocating and volunteering. GIVE what you can to provide people a chance at independence. ADVOCATE by learning what is happening in our community and sharing that knowledge with others. VOLUNTEER a part of yourself —when you can— however often you can. We are all connected in our community. When children thrive, when families are stable and when we are

prepared to deal with any challenge we face, our community is stronger. If we work together we can make lasting change and advance the common good.

23 WAYS YOU CAN LIVE UNITED Children and Youth 1. Organize a book drive with your family, co-workers, school, club or faith community. 2. Read to a child. 3. Purchase school supplies for local distribution to children who need them. 4. Enroll your child in a summer reading program at the library. 5. Donate your newspaper subscrip- tion to a local school when you go on vacation. 6. Allow a high school student to shadow you at work and show her how to apply things learned in school. 7. Be a meal time partner for a class room of students to help children develop social skills. 8. Mentor an at-risk youth at your neighborhood school. Emergencies 9. Donate new or gently used clothes to local organizations that assist individuals seeking employment or relief from an emergency. 10. Contact your local health clinic to offer assistance in anything from distributing flyers to serving on an event committee. 11. Assist the community with disaster relief. 12. Recognize change by sending thank-you notes to those who have helped in a crisis. Strengthening Families 13. Tutor at an adult literacy or technology program.

14. Take the children in your life to a local museum, exhibit, concert or play. 15. Invite a friend, neighbor or family member to attend a school board meeting with you. 16. Become an advocate for children who need a voice in the legal system. 17. Offer to care for a child whose single mother wants to take a course at the local college. 18. Write your congressional representative about legislative changes that will empower families. Seniors and Special Needs 19. Ask your bank if it offers free checking or savings accounts to low-income and special-needs people or the elderly and encour- age it to do so. 20. Offer a class for senior citizens regarding how to detect and prevent fraud. 21. Visit a nursing home and share your talents. 22. Volunteer to bring meals to an elderly shut-in. 23. Introduce yourself to an elderly neighbor. THE LIST IS ENDLESS AND ONLY LIMITED BY OUR IMAGINATION.

Sally Jamerson

Doug Otto

Stephanie Kinnick

Beth Parkhurst

Angie Huebel

Jean Ozols


When you give to United Way of Bartholomew County you provide opportunities for children to receive the tools they need to be successful in school and lead happy, healthy lives.

 

GRANT JACKSON, 2ND GRADE ST. BARTHOLOMEW SCHOOL


BRONZE ($1,000–$2,499)

Mr. Gregory G Greathouse

Jim and Pam Lienhoop

Pam Green

Brian Liimatta Jody and Kim Littrell

Darla Aker

Tony Dilling

Gloria Griesinger

Kevin Aker

Paul and Dotty Dinkins

Mary E. Griggs

Mr. Kent A Lobsiger

Vince Akers and Lisa Green

Mr. Matthew W Donica

Larry and Sally Haak

Larry Lovejoy

Matthew and Emily Anderson

Mr. Tony Downs

David J. Hamilton M.D.

Jim and Jo Ann Lucas

Mr. Knight S. Anderson

Carol Draper

John Hammons

Ted and Karen Lucas

Kimberly Archer

Richard Dudek

Larry D. Hanson

Keith and Jan Luken

Carlos and Joie Ayala

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew K Dudukovich

Mr. and Mrs. Don Harvey

Mr. Edward J Lyford-Pike

Dave and Theresa Baldwin

Janet and Warren Duffett

Jerald and Adrienne Hatton

Chris and Nancy MacAslan

Richard Barbercheck

Monique Dupree

Pamela Heiney Hutchinson

John and Michelle Malina

Mike Barbieri

William and Melissa Dye

Tara Hemami

Paul and Jennifer Malone

Vicente Bartolo

Edward Eckerly

Kelly and Dennis Higgs

Scott and Michele Mann

Jonathon Beauchamp

Tracy Lehfeldt and Greg Ehlinger

Elizabeth Hoegeman

Jennifer Manns

Bill Bederaux-Cayne

Zack Ellison

Mr. Stephen M Holl

Ted and Elaine Marston

Steve Beem

Sheryl L. Elston M.D.

Chad Hubbard

Joy and Cecil Martin

Mr. Derek Ryan Belefsky

Ms. Wendy Elwood

Angela Huebel

Michelle Martin

Michael and Eileen Bennett

Tracy and Kevin Embree

Gordon and Annalee Huey

Lisa Maschino

Tom and Lynn Bigley

Gina England

Timothy L. Huffman

Jeff and Beth Matthews

Ralph Blewett

Mr. and Mrs. Roger England

Jeff Hughes

Ms. Julie McCawley

Bonnie Boatwright

Bob Ertel

Richard and Christina Hummel

Ken and Beverly McDermott

Justin Booth

Ms. Judy Ertel

Albert C. McDonald, Jr

Dr. Robert D. Borchelt

Ms. Tamara L Estep

James J.Humpf and Nancy B. Aurand Humpf

Conly and Joan Bouggy

Mr. David Everard

Oliver and Kirsten Bouthier

Charlie and Jayne Farber

Dan and Diana Boyer

Mark Farney

Susan Brasmer

Ken and Benita Federle

Steve and Darlene Bricker

Scott and Tammy Files

Meredith Britt

Paul and Karen Finke

Jeff and Lynn Brown

Rhonda and Jon Fischer

George and Marguerite Brueggemann Mr. Delmar Fisher Fredrick J. Bundick

Douglas W. Fisher

Jeffrey Caldwell

Dave and Janice Fisher

Sarah Cannon

Tom and Brenda Flanagan

Gloria Caruthers

Barbara Flynn

Mr. Gary W Cassell

Susan and Gary Folkman

Mike Champlin

The Forbes Family

Mr. Richard G Chisholm

John and Rosemary Fox

Roger L. Clark

Kristina Frazier-Henry

Mr. Russell Clark

Rich Freeland and Tammy Freeland

Mark and Mimi Conover

Mr. Charles B Fry

Mike Cooper

Joseph and Barbara Gahimer

Chuck and June Corbin

Mike and Sandy Galarno

Mr. John D. Cord

David Gallagher M.D.

Ms. Laurie E Counsel

Jeffery Gann

James and MaryAnn Cowles

Gladys R. Gates

Karen Crapse

Yemane Gessesse

Dan and Amy Davis

Dr. Benjamin Gilmore

Brad and Julie Davis

Ms. Marylynn K Glass

Scott Decker

Steve Gochenour

Jenna Denlinger

Mark and Renee Gorbett

Jim and Joan Devore

Mr. Richard Gordon

Ms. Sandra R. Dierlam

Steve and Carolyn Goss

Owen and Annette Hungerford Marsha Hunt David and Alicia Jamerson John Janssen Marv and Lea Johnson Mike and Mary Johnston Kenneth and Gwendolyn Jones Joann Jones Bill and Ann Jones Anne and Bob Jorgensen Bridget Kahle John and Dee Kahlenbeck John and Elaine Keach Mike Kell Bill Kendrick Tom and Mary Kendrick Jane Kennedy Sandy Kessler John and Elizabeth Kestler Michael and Joy King David and Jennifer King Mr. Mark A. King Steve and Helen Kinsey Dot and Dan Kirkling Edward Krome Karl and Susie Kuehner Mark Land Mr. Timo Lehtiniitty Doug and Candy Leonard Greg and Nancy Lewis

John and Connie McGinty Curt and Karen McIntosh Dr. Scott W. and Mrs. Stacy A. McMullen Mr. Eugene H Mcnay II Rajasekhar Menon Rick and Brenda Merkel Tim and Carol Meyer Edward J. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Moorman Tiffany Morgan Ray and Beth Morris Darlene Motsinger David Nagel Phil and Jane Newton Char Niemczura Joe Niemeyer Don and Kay Niemoeller Don and Karen Nissen Francois Ntone and Petra Shepard Daniel and Rebecca O’Connor Sean O’Donnell Brad and Natalie Stine Mr. Henry R Oney Bob and Mary Orben John and Lisa Farrell Srikanth Padmanabhan and Usha Raghavan Andy and Denise Pajakowski Ms. Sally A. Pankratz Enrique Patlan and Kirstin J. Maguire Carol Pennington Samuel and Grace Pentzer


BRONZE CONTINUED Anthony Perfetto

Randy and Gayle Stafford

Diane and Victor Perr

John and Barbara Stang

Mr. Luther Earl Peters

Sherry Stark

Kathy Peters

John D. Stewart

Brent and Kathy Peters

John and Beth Stroh

Steve Peterson

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Suever

Don Phillips

Doug and Marsha Sunkel

Bob and Judy Pitman

Larry and Julie Sutton

Dennis P. Potter

Michael Swinney

Sam and Ann Pringle

Ms. Suzette Taggart

John and Charlotte Prohaska

Philip and Frances Taylor

Matt Psota

Mr. Russell L Terkhorn

Rachel J. Quisenberry

Lori Thompson

Mrs. Christina L. Raaf

Mark and Kathy Thompson

Juan Carlos Ramirez

Ron and Jackie Thompson

Bryan and Denise Rathert

Susumu and Keiko Toyoda

Frank and Sally Reindl

Ron W. Trendelman

Phil Reinhard

Michael S. Turner

Jean-Patrick Rich

Brad and Lacretia Ulery

Jane C. Richardson

Denny VanOsdol

Duane Risser

Geoff and Adele Vincent

Al and Susan Roszczyk

James and Peggy Voelz

Marc Rothbart

John Walters

Bob and JoAnne Rother

Heather Wattjes

Larry and Connie Ruble

James and Marlene Weatherwax

Jim and Jennifer Rumsey

Keith and Marcia Weedman

Robert and Gabrielle Ryan

Cindy Wei

Dinesh and Shobha Sahi

David Weiss

Tina and Gary Salemme

Mrs. Suzanne M Wells

Tony and Chris Sanders

Mr. Jeffrey A Wheitner

Brian Sanders

Shawn and Jennifer Whitacre

Paul and Kathy Schappler

Larry T. Williams

Randy and Jill Scheidt

Ms. Betty Williams

Mr. Matthew L Schneider

Mark and Theresa Wilson

Tom and Barb Schoellkopf

John and Janice Wolfe

Mike and Kathy Schubel

Stan and Laura Woszczynski

Ms. Diane E. Scott

Mr. Thomas M Yonushonis

Jeffrey P Seer

Mr. Christopher S York

Lisa A. Shafran

Pat and Cindy York

Mr. and Mrs. David Shaw

Ben and Pam Zwissler

Terry and Debby Shaw Joe and Kathleen Sheehy Christopher Shollenbarger Scott E. Simon Jeff and Jill Sisk Ms. Rabecca Ann Smazenka Joe and Cindy Smith Pat and Cindy Merris-Smith Mark and Tina Snider Steve Spaulding and Jennifer C. Hendrian Dan Spurgeon


SILVER ($2,500–$4,999)

GOLD ($5,000–$7,499)

Susan Adams

Samuel D. and Susan Hires

Ken and Cheryl Vieth

Pamela Carter

Beth and Tom Bailey

Christine Hobbs

Paul and Elsa Miller

Bruce C. Carver

Jim and Bev Baker

Abby and Eric Howe

Robert D. and Diane V. Miller

Wayne and Lynne Eckerle

Dave and Susan Barker

Sally and Mike Jamerson

John and Susan Nash

Jim Lyons

Bob and Karen Battin

Jeff and Karen Jones

Mr. Robert Edward Norris

Dave and Jo McKinney

Jim and Joan Bickel

John and Nan Keach

Mark Osowick

Craig and Becky Monroe

John and Debbie Burnett

Jim and Terri Kelly

Doug and Carolyn Otto

Ryan P. and Terri A. Roberson

Bill and Jacque Chambers

Mickey and Jenny Kim

Howard and Joan Pearcy

David and Rita Selheim

Jim and Marilyn Clerc

Dennis King

Edward and Kim Pence

Matt and Tracy Souza

Jim Fier

David and Barbara Kirr

Lisa Prentiss

Patrick Ward

Mark and Diane Gerstle

John Lane and Cindy Mason

Chris Price

Allen and Jane Ann Gifford

Roger and Janet Lang

Richard and Teresa Rodgers

PLATINUM($7,500–$9,999)

Rich and Alice Gold

Ronald and Mary Lannan

Mark Sifferlen

Michelle Dunlap

Bob and Helen Haddad

Jennifer Light-Holets

Douglas Thomas

Jahon Hobbeheydar

Bradford A. Hamilton

Tom and Lisa Lutes

Don and Shirley Trapp

Tom and Tina Vujovich

Richard Harris

Lorrie and Kevin Meyer

Jim Trueblood

Dennis Heathfield

Steve, Cindy, Chris, and Angie Meyer

MB Wert

Tom and Sandi Hinshaw

Don and Diane Michael

Karla Whitley

photography by Marcia Potts

therightanglestudio.com

When you give to the United Way of Bartholomew County you give struggling families the support they need to live healthy, happy lives in our community.

JIM MILLER FIREFIGHTER STATION #2


ALEXIS DE TOQUEVILLE SOCIETY MEMBERS OF THE SOCIETY

ORDER OF LIBERTY ($25,000+) Tim and Denny Solso

($10,000–$24,999)

$ thousands (year-end 12/31/08)

Jean Blackwell Bob and Elizabeth Crider Jim and Toots Henderson Dick and Ruth Johnson Richard and Alice Johnson Sarla and Swadesh Kalsi Art and Bobbi Kroot

$ 346 Cash Pledges & other receivables 2,165 Property & equipment 0 net 2,144 Total assets $4,655

Mark and Marabeth Levett Tom Linebarger and Michele Janin Joe and Debbie Loughrey Lynne Maguire and Will Miller Sean and Julie Milloy Gregory Noble Kevin Preuss and Lisa Duret John Wall

LIABILITIES & NEW ASSETS $ 717 Current liabilities Deferred revenue 1,975 Unspent flood revenue (LTFR) 419 Long-term debt (loan on UWC) 898 Total liabilities $3,991 Total equity

$ 664

Total liabilities & equity

$3,991

(year-end 12/31/08)

REVENUES $ 3,506 Public support (UW) Rent (UWC) 574 Public contributions/Grant (LTFR) 347 Total revenue $4,499

EXPENSES Operations & Fundraising (UW) $ 370 Agency allocations (UW) 2,225 Donor designations (UW) 723 Building operations (UWC) 723 Flood recovery (LTFR) 347 Direct services (UW) 58 Total expenses $4,446 Net revenue in excess of expenditures

$ 53

* pending audit Includes United Way (UW), United Way Center (UWC), Volunteer Action Center (VAC), and Long-Term Flood Recovery (LTFR).


Even strong families experience crisis. When you give to United Way of Bartholomew County, you extend a helping hand to those affected by disasters, domestic violence, family crisis, or economic hard times. Your gift enables families in crises to begin living healthy, functional lives.

 

photography by Marcia Potts

therightanglestudio.com

THOMAS LASTNAME, COLUMBUS NORTH


CORPORATE DONORS Administrative Resource Association Advocates for Children Aging & Community Services of South Central Indiana AK Tube, LLC American Red Cross, Bartholomew and Brown County ArvinMeritor Corp & Data Center Association of Personal and Family AT&T (formerly SBC) Aton’s Self Storage Baldor*Dodge*Reliance Bar-Cons Federal Credit Union Bartholomew County Employees Bartholomew County REMC Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation Bettner Wire Coating Dies, Inc. Blue and Company, LLC Boy Scouts of America, Hoosier Trails Boyer Machine & Tool Co., Inc. Brands, Inc. Brenntag Mid-South, Inc. Carter’s Sweeper Sales Centerstone Centra Credit Union Child Abuse Prevention Council, Bartholomew County Childhood Connections Children, Inc. Coldwell Banker So. Central Realty Columbus City Employees Columbus Components Group, LLC Columbus Container, Inc. Columbus Culture Club Columbus GYN & Adult Medicine Columbus Internal Medicine Assoc Columbus Medical Corp. Columbus Municipal Airport Columbus Pediatric Associates

Columbus Regional Hospital Columbus Surgery Center Community Center of Hope Cooperative Extension Service Coriden Law Office, LLC Crowder & Darnall Cummins Contractors Cummins Inc. Cybermetrix Defender Direct Dell Brothers Developmental Services, Inc. Doctors Park Family Medicine Doctor’s Park Pharmacy, Inc. Dolly Madison Bakery— Interstate Brands Don R. Scheidt & Co., Inc. Dorel Juvenile Group Dr. Natalie J. Olinger-Stine Dr. Robert Woodruff Driftwood Builders, Inc. Duke Energy (Cinergy/PSI) Dunlap and Company, Inc. Dunn & Associates Elder Beerman/ Bon Ton Eli Lilly and Co. Elwood Staffing Services, Inc. EMCON Technologies Enkei America. Inc. Enterprise Rent-A-Car Family Service of Bartholomew Co FedEx Fifth Third Bank First Financial Bank Flatrock-Hawcreek School Corp Force Construction Company, Inc. Force Design, Inc. Forster Electrical Services, Inc. Foundation For Youth Heritage Fund— The Community Foundation

Home News Enterprises, L.L.C. Hospice of South Central Indiana, Housing Partnerships, Inc. HRC Roofing & Sheet Metal, Inc. Human Rights Commission Human Services, Inc. IBM Corporation Impact Forge Indiana Bank & Trust company Indiana Business College Industrial Sales, Inc. Irwin Financial Corporation Irwin Management Co. Irwin Union—Hope, Indiana Irwin Union Bank & Trust Company Irwin-Sweeney-Miller Foundation IUPU Columbus J.C. Penney #2348-1 Jackson County Bank Jackson Insurance Services Jewll, Crump, Angermeier & Prall Jim Gordon, Inc. Jones Patterson & Tucker Kenny Glass, Inc. Kinney Paper & Chemical Co. Kirby Risk Supply Co., Inc. Kirr Marbach & Company, LLC Kohl’s Department Store #495 Kroger Sav-On #910 Kroot Corporation Larry E. Nunn & Associates, LLC Legal Aid—District Eleven, Inc. LNP Engineering Plastics, Inc. (SABIC) Lohmeyer Plumbing Louis Joyner Lovelace Electric Co. M C Aluminum America Inc. Machinery Moving, Inc. Mac’s Convenience Stores, LLC MACtac


Magnalinea Corp. Manpower Market Probe, Inc. Marsh Supermarket, Inc. #45 Mayer & Company, PC Mayor’s Office McDermott Tools, Inc. McDowell Adult Education Center Meshberger Stone, Inc. Milestone Contractors, L.P. Miller Hawes Phelan Insurance MR Industrial Services, Inc. Nashville Family Medicine National City Bank Neal Paint & Wallpaper Neurology & Sleep Sciences, P.C. Noblitt Fabricating North Park Dentistry Northside Family Medicine NTN Driveshaft, Inc. OB/GYN Associates of Columbus Oscar Michael Gerth, CPA Ozols Construction Company Pentzer Printing Pieper Real Estate Services PMG Indiana Corporation (Diamet) Precision Tools Service, Inc. Progressive Tool & Machine Corp. R.T. & W. Machine & Tool Inc. Rau Family Medicine Reams Asset Management Regions Bank Repp & Mundt, Inc. Rock-Tenn Company Safeco Insurance Foundation Salin Bank and Trust Sandcrest Family Medicine Senior Center Services, Bartholomew Co Shelby Materials SIHO

Smart & Johnson Title Smith & Syberg, Inc. Solid Waste Management District Southeastern Indiana Medical holdings Southern Indiana OB-GYN Southern Roofing, Inc. Southwestern Barth. Water Corp. St. Bartholomew Catholic School State Employee Campaign State Farm Companies Foundation Stone Belt Strand Associates Target #1911 Tax Consultants, Inc. Taylor Bros. Construction, Inc. Texas Roadhouse The Cummins Foundation The Hope Star Journal The NAMASTE Foundation, Inc. The Republic Tobar Inc. Toyota Industrial Equipment Mfg. Toyota Motor Sales USA Toyota Tsusho America Turning Point, Columbus United Parcel Service / UPS United Way of Bartholomew County Vectren Energy Delivery of IN Visitor’s Center, Inc. Volunteers In Medicine Wal-Mart #1371 Weaver Fine Furniture & Cabinets White River Broadcasting Every attempt is made to present our donors accurately. If we have errored, please let us know and accept our sincerest apologies.


BOARD MEMBERS Jarrett Barker Sarah Cannon Brad Davis Greg Edwards Kurt Ellis

Charlie Farber Amber Fischvogt Eric Frey Renee Gorbett Marvin Johnson

Jane Kennedy Elsa Miller Bill Nash Robert Orben Alex Rothbart

Dinesh Sahi Diane Trout-Cummins Mike Turner John Wall David Westenberger David White

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE BRETT VANDERKOLK CHAIR LINDA DECLUE VICE CHAIR DAVE GALLE PAST CHAIR MARC ROTHBART SECRETARY/ TREASURER MIKE SCHUBEL PLANNING CHAIR LISA SHAFRAN CRC CHAIR MARK THOMPSON CAMPAIGN CHAIR


CITIZENS REVIEW

COMMITTEE KIMBERLY BENNETT

CRAIG LOWRY

CASEY BOLL

PAM MOFFITT

CHUCK BOLL

AMI PAREKH

JEFFREY CROUSE

JONI QUINN

JULIE DEL GENIO

MARK REDIKER

ART DOUGLAS

NANCY SAGE

GREGORY EDWARDS

MIKE SCHUBEL

LIA ELLIOTT

STEVEN SCHULTZ

KELLY FONNER

LARRY SCHUYLER

TODD GOBLE

LISA SHAFRAN

MARK GORBETT

TINA SNIDER

JASON HATTON

GINGER STAWICKI

SARA JACOBI

DEREK STEWART

DAVE JAMERSON

BILL STITSWORTH

MARVIN JOHNSON

BETH STROH

ELISABETH JONES

DANA SWEITZER

TERRI KELLY

DOUGLAS THOMAS

SUE LAMBORN

APRIL VAN EPPS

VALERIE LANE

SHAWN WADELL

KIM LEDGER

ASHLEIGH WENTWORTH

Total amount distributed to make lasting changes in our community: $2,957,124 United Way of Bartholomew County Agencies $2,234,616 Non-member agencies in Bartholomew County and elsewhere $481,509 United Ways/United Funds in other counties $240,999

UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN

DIVISION CHAIRS ART & BOBBI KROOT LEADERSHIP DIVISION MARK TABLER MEDICAL DIVISION TODD FAWYER BUILDING DIVISION SHARON SHUMATE COMMERCIAL DIVISION DON & SHIRLEY TRAPP RESIDENTIAL DIVISION RENEE GORBETT MANUFACTURING DIVISION JACQUE DOUGLAS ELEM/SECONDARY DIVISION CHARLOTTE MOSS HIGHER EDUCATION DIVISION CAROL DAVIS NOT-FOR-PROFIT DIVISION DONNIE RITZLINE & DIANE TROUT-CUMMINS PROFESSIONAL DIVISION VALERIE CHOWNING YOUNG PROFESSIONAL & NEW BUSINESS DOUG OTTO MAJOR ACCOUNTS CHUCK BOLL CITY GOVERNMENT DIANE BOYER COLUMBUS REGIONAL HOSPITAL BETTY JEAN BESHEAR BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY


 

1531 Thirteenth St. Suite 1100 Columbus, IN 47201

2008 Annual Report  

United Way of Bartholomew County

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