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COMMUNITY IMPACT INITIATIVES •

Born Learning

Discount Prescription Card Partnership

Education / Financial Stability Cabinets

Financial Stability Partnership

Gifts in Kind Product Distribution

Stuff the Bus - School Supplies

Teen Leadership Santa Maria Valley

The Circle of Hope

2009 ANNUAL REPORT

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Table of contents Advancing the common good ….. Back Corporate Donors……..…….3 Education………..…………. 4 Income……………..………….5 Health..………..………….…...6 Basic Needs…..……………....7 2009 Community Investments……....8 Accounting To the Community……..9 Donor Recognition………………..10, 11

After being made aware of the fine Youth Leadership program operated by the Chamber of Commerce in Lompoc, the decision was made to support the start up of a similar program in Santa Maria. The program is up and running and brings 30 or more high school teens through local offices and agencies to learn more about their community. Presently we are looking at the Dolly Parton Imagination Library program. Funds are now being raised to support a monthly book program for each child in our community from the ages of newborn to 5. You all can support this initiative in its start up this year. Because my message is supposed to be short, there are many projects I have had to leave unmentioned. But as you look through this annual report you will be in awe of all that our UW is doing in Northern Santa Barbara County.

As to my other purpose in this message, my farewell, I want to say congratulations to the staff for all they do to ________________________________________ help make a difference in the lives of families and children in our community. To the Board members, I GREETINGS AND FAREWELL MESSAGE want to offer my heartfelt thank you for your support and direction. And to all the many active volunteers, I salute FROM THE PRESIDENT you for caring about the people in our local areas. OF THE NSBCUW BOARD OF DIRECTORS I have enjoyed the last six years serving on the Board of Another productive year for the NSBCUW has passed and Directors. It has been a satisfying and rewarding my last as President of the Board of Directors. As I say experience. farewell I also want to remember the accomplishments of Sincerely, the staff and volunteers who helped move our UW into the new model of impact funding for our community in areas of Rita Madden health, education, and financial stability.

Volunteer Recognition……………Insert

With a very small staff and many, many, active volunteers, programs were initiated to create the largest gains to our community in support of lower income families and children. One major program started three years ago is the VITA tax preparation program that operates from January through April of each year, assists individuals in accurate tax preparation to receive Earned Income Tax and other tax credits for which they are eligible. Each year UW volunteers prepare hundreds of returns throughout northern SB County for hundreds of thousands of dollars in returns and a community impact in the millions. Around the same time, UW volunteers disbursed pharmaceutical discount cards to all of our local pharmacies as well as to the individuals in our network of care programs. With savings as high as 30% many individuals have benefitted. The savings to our community is again, thousands of dollars each month.

OUR MISSION IS TO BUILD STRONGER COMMUNITIES BY PROVIDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR PEOPLE TO IMPROVE THEIR LIVES.


2009 Corporate / Foundation Donors and Workplace Campaigns Abbott Laboratories

Federal Employee Campaign

Pottery Barn

Acciona Wind Energy USA

FEDEX

R & R Catering

Aerospace Corporation

GE CPARS

Rabobank, Inc.

Albertson's

General Dynamics

Raytheon

Allan Hancock College

General Motors

Roses Unique Boutique

Allstate Insurance

Give w ith Liberty

Rotary Club of Santa Maria Breakfast

Altrusa Club Of Santa Maria

Guadalupe School District

Santa Barbara Bank & Trust

America's Charities

Heritage Oaks Bank

Santa Barbara County Employees

Assessments USA & Canada

Hertz Rent-A-Car

Santa Barbara Foundation

AT&T

Home Depot

Santa Maria Jt Union HS District

Automobile Club of America

HSBC Community & Philantropic Svcs.

Santa Maria-Bonita School District

Bank of America

HSBC Community & Philantropic Svcs.

Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians

Bed Bath & Beyond

IBM Employee &Retiree Campaign

Santa Ynez Marriott

Best Buy

Interbank Finance Mortgage Company

Savemart/FoodMaxx

Boeing

JC Penney-United

SBC Housing Authority

Bushes Automotive

Johnson & Johnson

Sempra Energy

Cabrillo Economic Development Corp.

JP Morgan Chase & Co.

Smooth, Inc.

Cal Poly University

Kohl's

Starbuck's

California State Employees

KSBY

Supervalu

Car Quest

KUHL

Target

Care Net

Lockheed Martin

The Orfalea Fund

Chase

Lockheed Martin Shared Services

The Tow bes Group, Inc

Chevron

Lockheed Martin Space Systems

TJ Maxx

Chuch for Life

Lompoc Unified School District

Toyota of Santa Maria

City of Lompoc

Lompoc Valley Medical Center

Union Bank

City of Santa Maria

Morgan Stanley

United Launch Alliance

Coast Hills Federal Credit Union

Office Depot

United Parcel Services

Comcast Cable

Okonite

Valero Corp. Services Co.

Community Bank of Santa Maria

Orcutt Union School District

Valley Medical Group of Lompoc

Costco Wholesale Corporation

Pacific Christian Center

Verizon

Den Mat Inc.

Pacific Gas & Electric Company

Wachovia Securities

Diani Companies

Pacific Life

Wal-Mart

Dr.Pepper

Payless Shoe Source

Wells Fargo

Enterprise Rent-A-Car

Plains Exploration & Production PXP

Your People Professionals

ExxonMobil

Post Net


One more child prepared for kindergarten—One more high school graduate succeeding in life.

HELPING CHILDREN, YOUTH AND ADULTS ACHIEVE THEIR POTENTIAL United Way support helps children, youth and adults achieve their potential by promoting school readiness and academic achievement, as well as adult literacy and life skills. Research indicates that children enrolled in quality early education programs are more likely to enter school ready and able to continue learning at an appropriate level. United Way funds provide support for proven effective strategies. Reading to pre-school children is one of the most important things we can do for them. Going into kindergarten prepared, is the first step to enjoying a quality education and on time graduation. The Imagination Library will provide a brand new, age appropriate book, every month from birth to kindergarten, for every child in our county. The child’s book will be delivered right to their door each month. The first book that they will receive is The Little Engine That Could and their last book will be Look Out Kindergarten, Here I Come! Open a book and open a door to a child’s future. It only costs $1 per week to provide a child with a new book every month— and support the Volunteer Literacy Corp working in local neighborhoods.

BORN LEARNING – Helping parents / caregivers turn everyday activities into learning experiences for children. www.NSBUW.com | www.LompocUnitedWay.com | www.SantaMariaUnitedWay.com | www.VolunteerSBC.org


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Promoting Financial Stability and Independence Achieving greater stability through the Financial Stability Services Partnership allows lower-income working families to move toward financial independence. Even with more than one family bringing in wages, or with one person holding down two or three jobs, many families are barely getting by, with no opportunity to save for college, home, or retirement. The United Way goal, in working with partners, is to help individuals and families receive assistance in budgeting and planning. Financial literacy is a key component to the success of our families futures. Volunteer income tax assistance Through coalition grants working with Community Action Commission and Cal Poly University and Allan Hancock College, IRS certified and trained volunteers are able to assist low income individuals by preparing taxes at no charge. Generating revenue for individuals and the local economy through filing tax returns is another example of how United Way is working to advance the common good. In conjunction with providing volunteer income tax assistance (VITA) sites, United Way partners in the Earned Income Tax Credit Awareness campaign to better serve lowwage workers and create lasting change in the community. The EITC is the largest anti-poverty program in the country, and it lifts millions of people above the poverty line each year. While EITC is not welfare, it does reduce taxes, supplement wages, and provide individuals with an incentive to work. The EITC is a refundable credit for low income taxpayers who work. The amount of the credit depends on income and family size. Whatever its amount, the EITC is money that is often used to pay down debt or for other necessities. It can also provide an opportunity to begin asset building activities, such as opening or contributing to a savings account.

The wealth building potential that becomes available with the EITC is a real and tangible move toward 1000 self-sufficiency for hardworking people in our 800 community. However, many individuals are not aware of this opportunity. By of400 fering free tax service, United Way decreases 200 the number of people that feel pressured to pay enormous interest 0 2008 2009       2010* rates and rely on refund anticipation loans to Number Served / year have their taxes filed. Taxpayers are introduced to asset building strategies when they visit the VITA $1,400,000 sites. 600

$1,200,000

The VITA / EITC initiative thru the Financial Stability $800,000 Partnership contin$600,000 ues to grow in size $400,000 and impact—the 2010 economic im$200,000 pact is expected to $0 2008 2009          2010* reach an estimated 3.6 million dollars*. Amount Returned / Year*

$1,000,000

*2010 figures are based on performance to date and prior averages. Economic impact is based on a multiplier of 2.7 and includes estimates of tax preparation and Refund Anticipation Loan fees saved.

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Improving Peoples’ Health Health is strongly linked to education and income: good health allows children to learn better and adults to increase their income through productive work. Conversely, health problems often lead to increased school absence (a predictor of dropping out of high school) among children, as well as increased on-the-job absences by adults.

Prescription Discount Program Your entire family will enjoy the savings up to 65% for each prescription filled and overall savings of up to 40% annually. The Coast2Coast Rx Card includes two fantastic additional benefits: lab and imaging at substantially discounted prices.

To further compound the problem, entry-level and lowpaying jobs are often without health benefits. The lack of healthcare coverage often means that primary care, important to preventing or treating illness before it becomes serious, is an unattainable luxury. A serious illness without sufficient health insurance has driven thousands of Americans into financial crisis. Indeed, 62.1% of all bankruptcies in 2007 were related to medical bills* and in many cases those bills related to children without health insurance coverage.

WELCOME TO Kids Get Fit! Studies show obesity rates among children have nearly doubled in the last 10 years. Today's generation of children may be the first in history to have a shorter life span than their parents. But with education and effort, we can reverse this growing epidemic of childhood obesity. This is not about charity. This is about change. Join Kids Get Fit, and join the movement for a healthier generation of kids. Learn what you can do with your kids to get and keep them healthy. Join United Way and help Kids Get Fit!

These benefits are for uninsureds or underinsureds that don't have the two benefits included in their health plan. NO RESTRICTIONS: Use your card as often as you need, for any prescription, for everyone in your family. There is no income limit, age requirement, eligibility or registration required. HOW YOU CAN HELP: Did you know that more than one out every five people in the United States has no prescription drug coverage? Please email your friends, family members, co-workers, and members of groups you know a link to this website, place a link to this site on your websites and web pages, and print cards for the people you know that do not have Internet access. Together, we can make a difference, Our Partners include: •

Partner Agencies | County of Santa Barbara | Local Pharmacies | Coast2Coast Rx Cards are available at

www.uwcentralcoast.org/health.html

*http://www.cnn.com/2009/HEALTH/06/05/bankruptcy.medical.bills/

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Supporting a Human Service Network United Way funding helps sustain the supporting human service network. Through emergency services such as the need for food and clothing, critical support services, and shelter or utility assistance, United Way is working hard to to support the frontline agencies and organizations in northern Santa Barbara County. Each year local organizations are supported through designations contributed to United Way workplace campaigns. Workplace campaigns provide an easy payroll deduction option to support local programs and agencies. These campaigns include the cities, county, federal employees and the major corporations. To establish a workplace campaign with your company, contact United Way or any of our partner organizations. Last year United Way and it’s partners distributed over $25,000 in needed products directly to the frontline agencies‌. Thanks to companies like UPS, Toyota of Santa Maria, Bush’s Automotive, Starbucks, ULA, Church for Life and many more for collecting and distributing diapers, socks, baby formula...

2-1-1 Partnership - every hour of every day, hundreds of people need access to essential human services whether they're looking for training, employment, food pantries, help for an aging parent, addiction prevention, or even ways to participate in volunteering in the local community. 211 is the three digit number to dial for people searching for Health and Human Services information and assistance. Locating such basic resources as food, shelter, employment, health care, or even utility assistance may mean calling dozens of phone numbers, then struggling through a maze of agencies and services to make the right connections. However, by dialing 211, trained volunteers can guide people on the best course of action to take by directing them to an agency or service based on his or her individual needs and location with one simple phone call. olre c arte ts w d P duc n Kin o r i p ity ifts ual the G q ru 0 in ,00 ted th 0 0 u 8 trib er $ Ov d / dis 009 2 te lec hip in s r ne

Gifts In Kind Santa Maria is a vital link between donors of goods and services and local nonprofit agencies. Gifts In Kind Santa Maria operates as a collaborative program of the Northern Santa Barbara County United Way and Path Point-Santa Maria , Home Depot, Bed Bath & Beyond, Pottery Barn, Office Depot, Gifts in Kind International and many more A wealth of high-quality product and service donations make Gifts In Kind Santa Maria an invaluable resource for qualified non-profit organizations.


Northern Santa Barbara County United Way Has made a difference in 2009 Direct Impact Grants: Area Agency or Aging CADA-Teen Court Catholic Charities Community Partners in Caring Family Service Agency Food Bank of Santa Barbara County Good Samaritan Services Lompoc Housing Assistance North County Rape Crisis Pacific Pride People Helping People Smooth (Senior Transportation) YMCA Grand Total

$5,000 $5,000 $25,000 $5,000 $35,000 $20,000 $7,500 $25,000 $44,000 $5,000 $15,000 $5,000 $3,500 $200,000

Direct designated payments to agencies: Northern Santa Barbara County United Way Other United Way's Combined Federal Campaign California state employee campaign Grand Total

$75,000 plus

Community Economic Impact Programs: Financial stability service partnership (VITA) Gifts in Kind partnership Prescription Card Discount Program Stuff the Bus Campaign Grand Total Impact

Volunteer Solutions

$2,200,000 $1,500,000 $750,000 $60,000 $4,510,000

PRICELESS


Statement of Financial Condition As of December 31, 2009

ASSETS Current Assets Checking/Savings Santa Ynez Nonprofit Center

21,435

Latino Fund - Circle of Hope

434

Financial Stability Svc Fund

2

Investment Funds - Endowment Checking Santa Maria Fund Designations Account Lompoc Fund Total Checking/Savings

107,123 556 10,563 947 11,480 152,540

Total Accounts Receivable

43,472

Total Other Current Assets

8,130

Total Current Assets

204,142

Fixed Assets Total Fixed Assets

661,193

Other Assets SB Endowment Fund - Restricted Total Other Assets

133,615 133,615

998,950

TOTAL ASSETS

LIABILITIES & EQUITY Liabilities Current Liabilities Total Accounts Payable

14,609

Total Other Current Liabilities

23,669

Total Current Liabilities Total Long Term Liabilities

Total Liabilities

38,279 526,306

564,585

Equity Opening Bal Equity

340,751

Unrestrict (retained earnings)

-46,925

Temporarily Restricted Pledges

38,682

Permanently restrict net assets

136,019

Net Income

-34,161

Total Equity

TOTAL LIABILITIES & EQUITY

434,366 998,950


Our partner organizations make it possible for us to Live United and make lasting changes in our communities. Many have received funding through grants and designations and others have partnered in the delivery of impact programs and/or help in the promotion of our efforts. Thank you all for helping to give people an opportunity to have a better life. MEDIA PARTNERS APPEAR IN BOLD PRINT

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY

LOMPOC HOUSING & DEVELOPMENT CORP

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION

LOMPOC RECORD

AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION

LOMPOC VALLEY BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

AMERICAN RED CROSS

MANNA HOUSE

AREA AGENCY ON AGING

MARIAN RESIDENCE.

ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA - LOS PADRES

NORTH COUNTY RAPE CRISIS CENTER

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA (BSA)

OPERATION KIDS' CHRISTMAS

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB - LOMPOC

PACIFIC PRIDE

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB - SANTA MARIA

PEOPLE HELPING PEOPLE

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB -GUADALUPE

PEOPLES' SELF-HELP HOUSING CORP

CAMP FIRE OF THE CENTRAL COAST

PLAY

CATHOLIC CHARITIES.

R.S.V.P.

COMMUNITY ACTION COMMISSION

SALVATION ARMY OF SANTA MARIA

COMMUNITY PARTNERS IN CARING

SANTA BARBARA FOUNDATION.

COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG ABUSE

SANTA MARIA SUN

COURT APPOINTED SPECIAL ADVOCATES

SANTA MARIA TIMES

CRUZIN FOR LIFE CUYAMA VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

SENIOR VOLUNTEER SERVICES/RSVP SISTERS OF ST. FRANCIS MT. ALVERNO MARIAN

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SOLUTIONS

SM JOINT UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT

FAMILY CARE NETWORK.

SMOOTH, INC..

FAMILY SERVICE AGENCY

SOCIAL ADVOCATES FOR THE YOUTH

FOODBANK

ST JUDE CHILDREN'S RESEARCH HOSPITAL

GOOD SAMARITAN SHELTER

TELEMUNDO

KINGDOM HALL JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES

THE MIDLAND SCHOOL

KINGDOM OF JOHOVAH'S WITNESS

TRANSITIONS MENTAL HEALTH

KSBY

UNITED WAY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO

KSNI

UNITED WAY OF SANTA BARBARA

KUHL

UNIVISION

LOMPOC ADULT EDUCATION - LUSD

Y.M.C.A

LOMPOC CRISIS PREGNANCY CENTER

LA LEY & EL COMPA


2009 Active Individual Community Investors Aaron Alex

Stockman Gonzalez

Alex Alicia Allan Annetta C.

Posada Lara Echeverri Fondern

Anthony & Susan Antoine Barbara Barbara J. Barbara Jean Ben Brian

Cossa Rodriguez Carter Walker Campos Marguglio Espinosa

Bruce C. Byron J. Calvin C. Calvin C. Carl Carlos Carol Carol Carolyn J. Carrie

Crane Everist Jandle Jandle Deriso Gonzales Bradfield Chandler Robinson Topliffe

Cary Catherine Celeste Charlene Charles Charles A.

Gray Homer Coelho-Hudson Keeling Foreman Nagel

Charmian R Christina Christopher

Hadlock Hackett Cavanaugh

Cindy Cindy Clayton Adam Colleen Curtis D. Cydney

Germino Fincham Neilson Simms Kent Tarkington

DaleM. Darlene Daryl David

Ryoberg Chavez Hansen Nanini

David David G. Davida Debbie Debbie J. Delia E.

Whitehead Willis Willis Harrington Irish Garnett

Dell Dennis Dominick M.

Davis Phillips Palera

Donna Donna Edward

Designs Polizzi Castillo

Edward & Debra Edward A. Elaine M. Eric Eva R. Evelyn

Taylor Hartley Hanko Rios Gutierrez Feliciano

Fabian Fran Frederick D. Frederick D. Gary J. Gary P. Geary R. Georgette Gerald Gerald Gerald R. Geraldine Gina Glen Greg A. Guadalupe D. Guy & Maralyn Harold Harvey Henry Henry Henry Jack Jacob Jacqueline J. James James James James A. Jr. Jane Janet Jason Jay Jay H. Jeff S. Jeffrey Jeffrey S. Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer A. Jeremy Jeremy Jerry Jim Joan Joan John John John M. Johnna Johnny Joseph E. Joseph M. Juan F. Julia A. Julissa Justin A. Karen S. Karl Kathy Kathy

Gutierrez Forman Olson Foerst Perkins Hertfelder Olivera Sims-Moten Sharpe Kline Penny Biorn Lykens Robinson Hodges Barberena Brigman Smalley Conrad Ortega Lara Vasquez Buchanan Hart Cipolla Sylvester Hunter Clayton Davis Trapp Wallace Straolzini McCord Schlemer Voelker Welbaum Roux Smith Newell Smith Jenkins Cota Friar Richardson Almond DeGasparis Zarate Eurick Allen Clark Castillo Hernandez Sprecher Mejia Fox Vargas Smith Lewis McClain Gallagher Posey

Katrina Kenneth Kevin Kevin Larry Larry D. Laurel Lavonne Leah Lois Madge E. Manuel Marc Marcel T. Margaret P. Marina Marisol Mark Mark Mark Mark A Mark E. Mark M. Marna Mary Mary Mary Maryanne Matthew Matthew K. Melinda Melissa Michael Michael Michael L. Micheal Michelle Michelle Michelle Mickey R. Mike Mike Mona R.

Gania Pierce Harris Laird Lavagnino Crass Barcelonoa McGee Gonzales Pauley Reiner Ramos Lewton Bloomer Ontiveros Santos Cruz Wilcox Myers Van de Kamp Nelsen Dowhan Ware Lombardi Mason Patton Harvey Gackle Jimenez Webster Bagby Ford Spears Portuesi Grahek Vasquez MonteraTaylor Tasseff Ladue Robinson Cordero Siordia Baker

Mona R. Nancie L. Nancy A. Nasra Nathanael A. Nedra Norma Odette Parker Patricia Patricia Patricia Patricia Paulette Peggy F. Peter Peter Martin Philip Phillip L.

McConkey Irvine Dougherty Kwentus Twine Kelly Tachiquin Pinheiro Stuermer Pontesso Vasquez Lopez Perez Blackburn Goodwin Organo Burgett Sinco Alvarado

Raymond Richard Richard A. Richard A. Richard B. Richard P. Rick Riki Rita Robert Robert A. Robert D. Robert F. Robert M. Robin Rocky Rogelio Ron Ronald Rosa Sally Fay Sandra Sandra & Robert Sandra L. Sandy Sandy Scott Sonya Soyla Stephen Steve Steve R. Steven Steven Steven Steven Tate Teresa A. Teresa M. Teressa Terry S. Thomas Thomas B. Thomas M. Tim Timothy L. Timothy L. Tobin J. Tom & Kiaran Tony Virgina Walter A. Warren Wazir M. Wendi Wesley Wille William William F. William W.

Richards Sweet Clontz Navarro Drach Conforti Valencia Stout Madden Forbes Puente Saunders Marsalek Flores GleyzalWilkins Ortega Teniente Rodriguez Stassi Cueva Ryan Hardy Dickerson Arevalos Cachola Sosa-Soria Kufferath Recinos TenienteFlores Glenn Gauna Hicks Martin Peterson Kahn Ensor Libis O'Sullivan Cota Hall Schrepel Freeman Goeses Heter Pinzon Smith Weaver Kyllingstad Rust Jamison Pounds Fasold Cofield Mohamed Proffitt Burkett Nadal Rippy Harris Coglizer

Active Community Investors are contributors who donate a t least $240 / year (identified in alphabetic order (anonymous donors are not listed as per their request).


Board / ACT Leadership Rita Sharon Lydia Mike Aj Sandra Johanna Mike Marisol Bo Barbara Darrell Ana Pat Laurel Sylvia Kenda Moani Sandy Sharol

Madden Williamson Morales Kelly Williams Dickerson Clark Cordero Cruz Cudd Holt Tullis Maya Brady Barcelona Bernard Shafer Goonetilleke Underwood Viker

Ambassadors Anna Barbara Diane Emmy Jackie Maria Pauline

Sorenson Spencer Allman Lambert Smith Morales Skiba

Office Volunteers Alexina Ardeth Barbara Charlotte Claudia Cynthia Denise Dennis Donna Donna Dorothy Emily Emmie Giselle Howard Irene Jane Jean Judith Judy Judy June E. Linnie Margaret Maria Marlene Mary Norma Shari Sue Suzanne Vera Virginia Virginia

Tyo Cox Spencer Stockdale Peterson Isorda Sky Gere Hollan Jenkins Abel Witte Lambert Garcia Williams Harter Bringley Jones Harrison McConnell Miller Kam Carey Morales Smith Harward Flemming Lucas Botz Canas Gutshall Cox Williams

VITA Volunteers

Stuff The Bus Volunteers Alana Alexian Alexina Alfredo Ana Anna Arlene Barbara Ben Bo Brenda Brenda Caren Carl Chuck Cynthia David Debra Denise Devin Diana Diane Eddie Edith Elisa Emmy Frances Freya Gary George Iilene Isa Jackie Jan Jeff Jennie Jennifer Jim John Judy Judy Kerry Kevin Kristen Larry Laura Linnie Liz Lois Lurdes Maggie Margaret Maria Maria Martha Marty Marva Mecca Newell Nicole Nikki Nola Norma Pat Patricia

Apodaca Tyo Tyo Cruz Maya Sorenson Luis Spencer Heighes Cudd Williams Silva Baginshki Direso Wilcox Barcus Lazaer Taylor Sky Day Gomez Alleman Taylor Gray Selene Lambert Brodison Verduzco Hamilton Cudd Lopez Ponce Smith Raymond Williams Sayers Voss Fuhlrodt Costa Wilcox McConnell King Barker Robinson Stevens Mejia Kam Moore Jones Gonzalez White Carey Osborn Morales Bright Cabral Osborn DeBolt Siler Ducker Wood LaRose Flemming Zarate Gomez

Pauline Penny Phil Ray Ray Rita Robert Rosalee Sandra Shannel Shannon Sharol Sharon Sharon Shawn Shirldy Syd Sylvia Tammi Tasha Tavita Teodoro Virginia Virginia

Skiba Weiss Osborn Gonzalez Down Madden Dikerson, III Lay Dikerson Gomez Marshall Viker Williamson Silva Knight Edwards Cruz Cruz Gaussoin Gaiten Navarro Gomez Pounds Cox

VITA Volunteers Alberto Ana Ana Ana Angela Angie Ann Hazel Antonio Arun Ashley Aurora Carol Carlos Cary Cathy Cecile Cecilia Cheryl Christina (Maria) David Dawn Diana Diana Douglas Eddie Eric Eva Felipe (Luis) Gloria Graciela Hilda Isaac Isabel Izabela Jazmin Javier Jon Jose Luis Josefina

Santana Bledsoe Gonzalez Pastrana Todd Hernandez Hatley Frausto Kumarkashual Mistretta Herrera Weible Soto-Gomez Gray Fox Provost Grimaldo Struve Carlon Arechiga Arbogast Cortez Johnson Swenson Taylor Ayala Macias Hernandez G-Osale Arellano Zacarias Berumen Chavez Bogusz Cortez Macias Nichols Rios Antonio

Juan Carlos Karen Karina Karla Katie LanJung Laura Laura Liliana Linda Luis Maria Maria Maricarmen Martha Martha P. Martha V. Marti Mary Mary Mel Nancy Noemi Norma Olga Olivia Patricia Phyllis Rebecca Rita Rob Robin Marie Rocio Rosie Sandy Savita Stephanie Stephanie Sudha Teresa Thalia Travis Tuputala Victor Victoria Vincent Yectivan Yuridia

Preciado Cordova Cervantes Knight Aguilar Desmet Castro Iniguez Lomeli Chagollan Taylor Aguila Hashbarger Buch Garcia Rodriguez Rodriguez Bailey Martinez Schmiedeke Raveling Herrera Cortez Leon Sixto Gonzales Frutos Dell Silva Arellano Coghill Perry Santos Narez Soria Singh Garcia Peinado Uberoi Valdez Rosales Gibbons Taele Carmona Sanchez Weible Rodriguez Hernandez

God and angels don't get paid even though theirs is some of the most important work around. Ditto for volunteers. ~Cherishe Archer


Community Volunteers Alana Alejandra Alex Alexian Alexis Alison Alyssa Amanda Amy Angela Angelica Ann Ann Anna Arleen Arlene Ashley Aurora Barbara Barbara Bea Ben Bill Bonnie Bonnie Brad Brad Brenda Brook Cari Carlos Carlos Carol Catherine Cecila Chana Charlene Cheyanne Chris Chris Chris Christian Cindy Cynthia Dalton Daniel Daniel David Debbie Debbie Debra Diane Diane Divina Donna Eddie Elizabeth Emmy Erika Erika Fanny Freya George

Pergis Valdovinos Lopez Tyo Barnard McDonald Giles Gonzales Hotchkiss Todd Gamboa Hatley McCarty Sorenson Lewis Gallegos Mistretta Herrera Spencer Holt Merwin Heighes Page Pack Sandecki Lenz Pence Hilgert Royers Wilson Quezada Laurencio Psilos Lemoine Martners None Keeling Snyder Chavez Palte Miller Gardner Bolvito Sanchez Chambers Mendoza Arias Winningham Fettig Ware Taylor Alleman Regelado Johnston George Taylor Gregory Lambert Floyd Chambers Arenas Verduzco Scarfe

Gilad Ginette Greg Ilene Irene Isaac James Jenna Jennie Jennifer Jerry Joan John Jordan Joyce Joyce Justina Karen Karen Kate Katharine Kathi Katie Kelcie Kelsey Kevin Keyona Kitty Kortnie Kristen Kristi Larry Laura Leila Liliana Linda Lindsey Linnie Lisa Lois Lupe Lynette Maliheh Marc Maria Mariah Maridah Mark Mark Mark Mark Marta Martha Martha Martin Mary Mary Mary Matthew Megan Megan Melinda Melissa

Leib Pepin Palte Lopez Joo Gonzalez Thomas Akers Sayers Smith Alexander Ciaccio Eurick Gonzales Grim Howerton Gutierrez Diaz Cordova Pace Ellis Krebs Nord Mertz Nolan Faust Richey Frost Dean Robinson Crispin Stevens Morales Sherburne Nunez Galvan Arevalos Kam Webster Jones Varela Caoilecopple Naziri Pappa Nava Melena Mohammed Phillips Tompkins Dowhan Ware Cohen Dela Mora Meza Bright Nava Smolley Tawzer Harvey Jimenez Lizalde Laurencio Kachonik Harwood

Mike Mike Mike Natasha Nicholas Nicola Nicole Norma Pam Pat Patsy Paul Pauline Prescila Rachel Rachel Ramiro Raquel Rhonda Rico Robert Robert Roberta Roberto Robyn Ruth Samantha Sandra Sandy Sandy Sandy Sarah Sensika Shannon Shannon Sharon Sharon Shawna Sherri Sid Stella Stephan Stephen Sue Susan Sylvia Sylvia Tammy Thomas Tony Victor Virginia Virginia Yesenia Yleana Yolanda

Cleary Arias Glaze Sanchez Gonzales Wood London Leon Russell Brady Lopez Aragon Skiba Tran Aragon Macadam Gonzalez Keele Manthey Pardo Cohill Murchison Cabotage Rodriguez Rosauer Page Tsau Engman Soria Arevalos Jordan Silbaugh Niyathapala Marshall Moore Williamson Yen Weston Coots Cruz Arias Gorsuch Masi Requejo Williams Cruz Chavez Bell Requejo Nameh Feliciano Cox Pounds Placencia Velasco Reyes

God and angels don't get paid even though theirs is some of the most important work around. Ditto for volunteers. ~Cherishe Archer


The Northern Santa Barbara County United Way advances the common good by focusing on •

Education

Income

Health &

Basic Needs.

Our goal is to create lasting change while working to prevent problems from happening in the first place. We invite everyone to be part of the change. Live United means we can inspire hope and create opportunities for a better tomorrow.


2009 Annual Report