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2018

ANNUAL REPORT

UNITED WAY OF CENTRAL KENTUCKY


LETTER FROM OUR BOARD CHAIR JON BALLARD

BOARD OF

DIRECTORS

JON BALLARD, BOARD CHAIR – ELIZABETHTOWN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS CHAD SARVER, COMMUNITY INVESTMENT TEAM CO-CHAIR & 2018 CAMPAIGN CHAIR – ALTEC JERISIA LAMONS, SECRETARY – ELIZABETHTOWN COMMUNITY & TECHNICAL COLLAGE BILLY CANN, TREASURER & FINANCE COMMITTEE CHAIR – THE CECILIAN BANK TRENA FLOYD, COMMUNITY INVESTMENT TEAM CO-CHAIR – WESBANCO GREG MILBY, MARKETING COMMITTEE CHAIR – HEARTLAND COMMUNICATIONS CONSULTANTS LINDA PEPPER, GOVERNANCE COMMITTEE CHAIR – WESBANCO C.J. QUICK – BRIGHTER FUTURES COUNSELING BRETT BARNES – METALSA SCOTT CONWAY – MAGNOLIA BANK SEAN CLINNING – DOW CHEMICAL GRANT NIEBUHR – ALTEC

Thank you, to each of you who have made an investment with United Way of Central Kentucky or given of your time and talent to further our mission. It has been an honor to serve as Board Chairman for United Way and to see the level of love and kindness that exists in our communities. A special thank you to the Board of Directors for their continued dedication and guidance. With your assistance, we have accomplished so much in the last year - all made possible by your continued support. With the success of our annual campaign, United Way provided grant funding to 23 local non-profit partners, helping facilitate 33 community programs. Way to Work has also shown great success, with more than 58 applicants completing soft skills training to become members. We auctioned off handbags for education, welcomed new Tocqueville donors, and most importantly, improved the lives of more than 59,000 people in our region. Yet, there is still much work to be done. In our most recent investment cycle, we saw a short fall of over $520,000 ‬in requests from our partner agencies. This shows that the needs in our community are still greater than the resources currently available through our fundraising efforts. With your help, we can do more as United Way volunteers and donors to improve the lives of those in need in our communities. All we need is you. Thank you again for your heartfelt giving in 2018 to improve our region. Please join me again in 2019 to make an even greater impact.

DR. TIFFANY EVANS – ELIZABETHTOWN COMMUNITY & TECHNICAL COLLAGE ALLISON BAUMGARDNER – THE CECILIAN BANK KATHY GEDLING – BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY SCHOOLS PASTOR JEFF NOEL – GRACE HEARTLAND CHURCH RITA WILLIAMS – R.E. WILLIAMS, INC. CARYN LEWIS – GRAYSON COUNTY SCHOOLS DR. JOHN GODFREY – HARDIN MEMORIAL HEALTH RAY SPRINGSTEEN – FORT KNOX FEDERAL CREDIT UNION MARTY LITTREL – MEADE COUNTY RECC TERESA LOGSDON – HARDIN COUNTY ASSISTANT COMMONWEALTH’S ATTORNEY

Jon Ballard Superintendent, Elizabethtown Independent Schools 2018 Board Chair


UNITED WAY OF CENTRAL KENTUCKY LOOKING BACK ON 2018

WE SUPPORTED

33

LOCAL PROGRAMS

IN COLLABORATION WITH

IMPACTING MORE THAN

23 59K NONPROFIT PARTNERS

LIVES IN OUR COMMUNITY

AND THAT’S NOT ALL... $1,214,083 in tax refunds and preparation savings redeemed by local individuals and

families utilizing the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program

$145,112 saved on prescription medications through United Way in partnership with the FamilyWize discount program

$1,945,688 in donations and volunteer service leveraged by United Way of Central Kentucky and our funded community partners

$1,286,590 annual fundraising campaign supported by over 3,500 donors and 95

workplace partners across the region


LIVE UNITED AN INCREDIBLE $1,286,590 DONATED TO OUR COMMUNITY! TOP 20 CHAMPION

COMPANIES

United Way of Central Kentucky works with businesses, nonprofits, government, and other organizations to address complex challenges on a regional scale. Our partners contribute more than money as their ideas, volunteer power and in-kind support help us build stronger communities across the region.

ALTEC, $212,006 | THE CECILIAN BANK, $75,569 | METALSA, $63,098 | AKEBONO, $60,402 | UPS, $58,392 | MOUSER CABINETRY, $55,320 | WESBANCO, $52,588 | DOW CHEMICAL, $50,823 | HARDIN MEMORIAL HEALTH, $48,501 | SWOPE FAMILY OF DEALERSHIPS, $47,104 | HARDIN COUNTY SCHOOLS, $38,091 | AGC, $29,775 | KENTUCKY UTILITIES/LG&E, $28,518 | FISCHBACH, $27,311 | ELIZABETHTOWN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS, $27,033 | FORT KNOX FEDERAL CREDIT UNION, $26,100 | SUMMIT POLYMERS, $20,314 | MEADE COUNTY RECC, $19,430 | MAGNOLIA BANK, $19,370 | SOUTH CENTRAL BANK, $12,046

“DONORS AND VOLUNTEERS LIKE YOU HELP MAKE CENTRAL KENTUCKY A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE AND WORK. I WANT TO SINCERELY THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU’VE DONE FOR OUR COMMUNITY AND THIS CAMPAIGN. WE COULD NOT DO THIS EACH YEAR WITHOUT YOUR SUPPORT.” - CHAD SARVER 2018 CAMPAIGN CHAIR, ALTEC GENERAL MANAGER

POWER OF THE PURSE PROCEEDS MAKE A

BIG IMPACT

In our region, 51% of children enter school unprepared to learn, not having the tools or skills needed to excel in the classroom. As champions for change in Central Kentucky, United Way hosted its first annual Power of The Purse event to raise awareness and funds for critical early literacy programs in our community. With over 100 guests in attendance, gentlemen took the stage to auction off designer handbags - collectively raising over $10,000 for local kindergarten readiness programs. A success made possible by the generous efforts of our amazing Marketing Committee volunteers!


WAY TO WORK ADVANCING EMPLOYMENT At Way to Work, we’re facilitating success through a network of no-cost, comprehensive employment and barrier removal services. We do this by addressing the multiple concerns and needs of our members - helping individuals overcome barriers that keep them from attaining long-term employment and financial self-sufficiency. Since launching in 2018, Way to Work, in partnership with Goodwill Industries of Kentucky, has seen 58 applicants complete soft skills training to become members. Of those members, 41 full-time placements were made with partner employers, with 90% of those individuals receiving health, dental and vision benefits for their families.

#UNITEDWEWIN Together we’re fighting for neighbors like Linda, who received care from our partners at The Community Health Clinic to help alleviate her pain and return her smile. Fathers like Jeremy, who worked with our partners at Hardin County Skills U to earn his GED and secure a living wage job to support his son. Moms like Chloe, who escaped domestic violence and can now provide a stable home for her two children with help from our partners at SpringHaven Domestic Violence Program.

United Way’s Tocqueville Society recognizes local leaders and volunteer champions in our community who have devoted their time, talent, and funds to create long-lasting impact. Since its establishment in 2013, United Way of Central Kentucky’s generous Tocqueville Society members have invested more than $550,000 in our community - improving lives through philanthropic leadership. Thank you to the following members for their continued support in 2018: Steve & Pam Montgomery, Dr. John & Julia Duplessis Jr., Carl & Anne Swope, Chad & Kimberly Sarver, Ron & Peggy Eppes, Ben & Laura LaRue.

TOCQUEVILLE

SOCIETY

ALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE, DEMOCRACY IN AMERICA, 1885


WE’RE MAKING A

LOCAL IMPACT

SERVING HARDIN, BRECKINRIDGE,

GRAYSON, LARUE

AND MEADE COUNTIES VITA TAX PREPERATION 2,037

hours served by 28 volunteers helping local residents prepare and file their taxes

710 community members utilitzing the VITA program to file thier taxes free of charge

$1.12M in tax refunds returned to local residents

CENTRALKYSERVES.ORG 60 nonprofit organizations

registered with agency profiles and volunteer opportunites

337

registed users searching for volunteer opportunites

207

responses from users to volunteer needs posted by nonprofit organizations registered

2-1-1 RESOURCE LINE 1,381

free and confidential calls provided to callers utilizing the 2-1-1 hotline

3,164

users accessed the online database to search for services to local nonprofit resources

2,000

plus nonprofit resources listed in the 2-1-1 database

LEADERSHIP ON BEHALF OF ALL THOSE BENEFITING FROM YOUR GENEROSITY, WE THANK YOU! TOCQUEVILLE $10,000 OR MORE

Ben & Laura LaRue Carl & Anne Swope Chad & Kimberly Sarver Dr. John & Julia Duplessis Jr. Ron & Peggy Eppes Steve & Pam Montgomery

PLATINUM CIRCLE $5,000 - $7,499

Brian & Lindsey Alicna Grant & Katherine Niebuhr Greg Pawley

Keith & Jeanie Mouser Randy & Marilyn Ford Steve Mouser

GOLD CIRCLE

Kathy McCubbin Ken Dozer Kirk M. Chadwick Mary C. Young Scott A. Guenther

$2,500 - $4,999

SILVER CIRCLE

Aaron D. Riggs Alice Sullivan Brandon & Danelle Fogle Bruce W. Barlow Bryan T. Hall David B. Downs Dr. John Godfrey Dr. Thad Jackson Gerera Wilson James & Tanya Thomas Jimmie Dee Kelley

Adam N. Hinton Amber Silman Anita Allen Anthony Conder Anthony S. Lee Beth M. Cox Billy Cann Jr. Billy S. Major Brandon L. Latham

$1,000 - $2,499

Brandon Nally Brenda K. Brady Brenda S. Williams Brian K. Kerr Brian Sadler Brooke E. Hager Carla Walters Chris Lyvers Chris Ordway Chris S. Woosley Christopher A. Allen Crystal L. Cundiff Curtis Buckles Cynthia A. Bass Cynthia J. Gibson Daniel & Deena London Daniel J. Fiest Daniel S. Manley Danielle Fancher Daryl B. Pelletier David Eady


David M. Mouser David W. Massaro Dawn ODonnell Debbie Pugh Debra G. Jaggers Dennis & Tracy Johnson Dennis Weaver Donna L. Banet Donna Mulligan Eddie T. Hobbs Edward J. Jackson Erica Riggs Eugene & Kerrie Lewis Felisha M. Keith Gary D. Hatcher Gene Leyk Greg Schreacke Harry L. Berry James & Sandra Iacocca James H. Eastridge Jr. James M. Parnell James Nethery Jason L. Goodman Jennifer D. Palalay Jennifer L. Vasquez Jeremy Pardini Jerry Slaughter Joe Larkin John Hartlage John Horvath Jon & Courtney Ballard Joseph Weathers Kamma Flood Karen J. Poppe Katherine A. Champ Kathryn Plucis Katrina Pepper Keith A. Williams Kelli Bush Kenneth & Nannette Johnston Kenneth Sareyka Kevin Sullivan Kimberly G. Puno Klaus P. Wood Kristal M. DiCarlo Lisa Day Lori D. Leyk Lori M. Williams Matthew W. Miller Melanie S. Raley Michael K. Hegstad Mike & Carol Jones Nicholas R. Huddleston Patricia A. Moore Patrick J. Bauer Ralph B. Shaw Randall J. Riggs Ray & Julia Springsteen Ray W. Ehringer Rita T. Williams Robert & Mary Brown Robert C. Olson Robert Scherff Roberta I. Hart Robin M. Green Ruth A. Scribner Ryan Bushey Scott & Jane Conway Scott L. Freyberger Sharon Schmitt Steve A. Pfister Steven Loy Steven White Terry L. Reams Thomas Hall Tina Bush Tony & Melissa Hart Tracie D. Oliver Trena M. Floyd Trent Sydnor Vincent Hart- Preston William H. East

EMERGING LEADERS $500 - $999

Aaron K. Decker Aaron Wease Adam Lawson Alan Alsip Albert Ponce Alex Best Allison R. Baumgardner

Amanda M. Burnett Amber N. Mone Amber Rodriguez Angela C. Powell Angela M. Oughton Angela Tonini- Rogers Anita Reynolds Anthony Howell Anthony J. Burt Ashleigh Mouser Ashton Garrett Austin Bryan Austin Strothoff Barry Jaggers Benita Cheshire Beth Roberts Bob & Jan Swope Bonnie Nickerson Brandon G. Crabtree Brenda Gayler Brenda Hester Brian K. Hopper Brian K. Maxwell Brian Koester Briana Weaver Brittney Ray Bryan T. Stilts Bryanna Keith Bryce Shumate Candace Payne Candice Harrison Candice I. Bruce Carl Cox Carl Norris Carole Hokeah Cathy S. Mudd Chad Hines Charles L. Eads Chelsea Hawkins Cherryl A. Stillwell Chris Lorenger Christopher A. Rogers Christopher B. Reynolds Christopher Bryan Christopher Velez Chrysta Berry Cindy C. Plaster Cindy R. Norfleet Clarence B. Claggett Jr. Clayton Jeffries Clifton M. Clark Cody Vowell Colton S. Pendleton Crystal Tilton Daniel Burgess Danny Carman Danny K. Lewis David A. Lane David B. Tharpe David H. Keene David K. Davis II David Mattingly David S. Menear David Vessels Davin T. Barnett Deborah C. Routte Deborah Davis Debra Elliott Denesa Wheeler Denise Conover Denise Koebel Denise Stewart Dennis Adams Dennis R. Portman Dennis Richardson Dillon Swank Donnie R. Minton Dr. Khalid M. Bhatti Dustin D. Hayes Ed J. McCoy Edred M. Vertrees Edward J. Poppe Elizabeth Coleman Elizabeth Fierro Emily Benham Emily E. Burks Emily Edholm Emily Smith Eric A. Cook Eric D. Smith Eric DeVary Eric Locke Erik Cook Faye H. Dowell Frankie W. Moore Frederick R. Sisk

Fredrick Douglas Frieda Hutchins Gary Andrews George J. III George R. Moore Geremy S. Farmer Gloria J. Allen Greg E. Trent Greg Tivitt Gregory L. Fraze Gregory T. Dean Guillermo Somarriba Harold Fox Harold T. Miller Harry Partington Heather A. Loyall Henry L. Sparks Honey L. Hornback Ian Riddle Isaac Coty Jackie Mullens Jacob Darabos Jacqueline A. Rainey James Tembrock James Watson Jamie H. Sizemore Janice Harrison Jason Boblit Jason Salsman Jason W. Keplinger JC East Jeanetta Mills Jeff Pfeiffer Jeff S. Stubbs Jeffery Pendleton Jeffrey D. Ramsey Jennifer Gray Jennifer Hall Jennifer Kant Jennifer L. Atcher Jennifer Love Jennifer Lucas Jeremiah R. Hawkins Jeremy Edholm Jesse Locke Jesse W. Williams Joe Schaefer John & Tiffany Schuler John Christodoulides John Maddox John McCormick John Whitehouse Johnny R. Bratcher Jordan Jones Joseph & Amanda Hudson Joseph & Nancy McGimsey Joseph Veirs Julie E. Backstrom Justin Asbury Justin L. Brangers Karen H. Skees Karla Buckingham Kayla Douglas Keith Holmes Kenneth D. Adams Kevin Strock Kimberly M. Ashley Kristy McGrew Kyle Buckles Kyler Elliott Laurie Parker Leah V. Gardner Lori L. Fowler Luseni Mau Lyndall Bramlett Madisen Childers Malcolm Meinohausen Marc Via Mariah Richardson Mark Colomb Mark Singleton Martha A. Harden Marty Littrel Marty Riggs Marvin T. Byerline Mary R. Killebrew Mason D. Foster Matthew Hammons Matthew Logan Matthew Moreman Megan N. Stith Melissa J. Lamont Melissa L. Blair Merle F. Reed Michael Burress Michael F. Chenault

Michael Linfoot Michael N. Sparks Michael R. Wolz Michelle Gierman Missy Brown Monica Burns Myra Covault Nancy Hall Natasha H. Risner Neva- Marle P. Scott Nicole Barth Pamela J. deRoche Patricia L. Catignani Patricia L. Wemes Patrick Cundiff Paul Perkins Pedro Santiago Philip & Megan Stith Philip Logsdon Quinn Snodgrass Rachel Watkins Ralph P. Gawarecki Raymond T. Marcum Rhiannon N. Howard Richard A. Ryan Richard C. Taylor Richard Jordan Richard Patterson Rick L. Pugh Robert Defevers Robert Duke Robert Dupin Robert J. Bush III Robert Jones Robert Milam Robert Russell Ronald L. Sanders Ryan Heath Sandra F. Nevitt Sandra K. Crouch Sandra Smith Sara Michener Sarah Fox Scott Tabor Sean Swiger Shane & Katie Kurtz Shane Wilson Shannon Bruner Shannon K. Barnes Shannon Moore Sharon Lindblom Shelley L. Mitchell Sherman D. Laslie Sonya M. Taylor Spencer R. Owen Steve Reynolds Steven Curtsinger Steven J. Norris Steven Simes Susan R. Ratliff Susanne LeBlanc T.J. & Dana Garrett Tara Williams Tausha Richardson Teresa Aldridge Terry A. Meade Terry Butler Terry R. Chilson Tiffany Henderson Tina M. Rodriguez Todd Blackburn Tony J. Bishop Travis Wickizer Trey D. Dudzic Vicki Meredith Vicki S. Wilson Wenlin W. Wu Wesley A. Mudd William C. East William F. Cade William M. Stillwell Zachary Radwick


United Way’s IRS Form 990 and annual audit are available for review at http://www.unitedwayck.org/ financials.

REVENUE: $1,243,668 • • •

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY BBB ACCREDITED CHARITY

Campaign: $1,233,986 Grant Income: $1,997 Investment Return: $7,685

EXPENDITURES: $1,091,121 • •

Program Services, $173,914 (16%): Investing in programs which improve access to services, impact quality of life, and address critical needs. Management, Fundraising, & Association Dues $201,944 (18%): Includes investments in efficient operations and costs incurred in the process of asking potential donors to contribute funds, materials, or time. United Way Worldwide and State Association Dues ensure compliance with standards and best practices. Community Investment Grants, $715,263 (66%): Providing grant funding to 23 nonprofit organizations which help individuals and families in our community acheive stability.

16% 18%

PROGRAM SERVICES

MANAGEMENT, FUNDRAISING & DUES

2018 WORKPLACE PARTNERS

66%

COMMUNITY INVESTMENT GRANTS

THANK YOU CHAMPIONS

AGC | Akebono | Alabama Wire | Altec | AT&T | Beautifully Bare | Bluegrass Cellular | Bluegrass Sportsplex | Breckinridge-Grayson Programs | Breckinridge County Schools | Breckinridge Health | Brighter Futures Counseling | Brown Funeral Home | CASA of the Heartland | The Cecilian Bank | Citizens Union Bank | City of Elizabethtown | City of Leitchfield | City of Radcliff | Comcast | Communicare | Community Health Clinic | Computer Services Inc. | Cumberland Products | Cuneal & Hignite | Dow Chemical | ECTC | Enterprise Rent-A-Car | Elaina Janes Photography | Elizabethtown Independent Schools | Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland | Fischbach | Fort Knox Federal Credit Union | Frankenmuth Insurance Foundation | Gates Corporation | Give 270 | Grayson County Water District | Grayson County Schools | Hardin County Government | Hardin County Schools | Hardin County Water District No. 2 | Hardin Memorial Health | Helping Hand of Hope | Hendrickson | iPay Technologies | Jones & Hurley CPAs | Kerr Office Group | Kroger | LaRue County Schools | Legal Aid Society | Linda Fay Photography | Kentucky Utilities/LG&E | Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health | Magnolia Bank | Meade County RECC | Meade County Schools | Metalsa | Modern Plating | Monument Chemical | Mouser Cabinetry | MTD | Newcomb Oil | The News Enterprise | Nolin RECC | Phoenix Bearings LLC | Pinkham Lincoln Mercury | PNC | Quicksie 98.3 | Main Source Bank | Raiment + Boon | R.E. Williams Inc. | Running Soles | Sign Makers of Hardin County | Silverleaf Sexual Trauma & Recovery Services | South Central Bank | SpringHaven Inc. | Stanford Monument Works | State Farm | Stiles, Carter & Associates | Summit Polymers | Swope Family of Dealerships | Target | Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center | United Way of Central Kentucky | UPS | Wal-Mart | Warren Rural Electric | Wilson & Muir Bank | Wright Implement | WesBanco

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