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2015-2016 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

VOLUNTEER

LEADERSHIP

PHILIP WILHEIT, JR., CHARLOTTE ATKINS ELISABETH BALDWIN CHAIR

JEFF BOGGAN

AUDIT COMMITTEE

Christina Jones, Chair Blair Diaz, CPA Andy Kalinauskas Keith Whitaker R.K. Whitehead NICK BRUNER

MIMI COLLINS

SAM COUVILLON

BRIAN DANIEL*

COMMUNITY INVESTMENT COMMITTEE

KATIE DUBNIK*

TIM EVANS

SUZANNE JARRARD SAM JOHNSON, MD

BRETT FOWLER*

CHRISTINA JONES

ELIZABETH HIGGINS

DAWN JUSTUS

Lauren Samples, Chair Elisabeth Baldwin Jeff Boggan Suzanne Jarrard Christina Jones Dawn Justus Wes Robinson Melissa Tymchuk David Smith Keith Whitaker

ETHICS COMMITTEE

Wes Robinson, Chair Sam Couvillon Mimi Collins ANDY KALINAUSKAS

DEBORAH MACK

LT. NIURKA PENA

SPENCE PRICE*

RAY REULBACH

WES ROBINSON

LAUREN SAMPLES*

DAVID D. SMITH

MELISSA TYMCHUK

KEITH WHITAKER

DAVIS WHITE*

TODD YOUNG

* Members of the Executive Committee.

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FINANCE COMMITTEE

Spence Price, Chair Nick Bruner Tim Evans Sam Johnson, MD Christina Jones Dawn Justus Melissa Molina Carol Shirley Trey Wood

CAMPAIGN CABINET

Brett Fowler, Chair Clarissa Brown Jeannine Callahan Abigail Carter Greg Davis Steven Ellis Sharon Holt Lynn Jones Bethany Mangus Steve McDaniel Chris McNeal Guerry Norwood Zac Propes Luis Rivas Josh Schlieman Alan Schuetze Jay Sellers Taylor Stowe

DONOR DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE Abigail Carter Angela Sheppard Billie Slinde Christina Jones Elizabeth Carswell Guerry Norwood Katie Crumley Kevin Matson Philip Wilheit, Jr. Phillippa Moss Tommy Howard


GREAT THINGS HAPPEN WHEN YOU LEAVE A LEGACY. It has been an honor to serve our community as United Way of Hall County’s Board of Directors Chair. This year has been a year of change and transition for United Way of Hall County. Our board has been busy identifying what this place needs, from strategic planning for the future focus of United Way, to doing the seemingly impossible – finding a replacement for our fearless leader, Jackie Wallace. At United Way we strive to have our finger on the pulse of Hall County. I am proud that our organization is not afraid to grow and adjust to the community’s evolving needs. The United Way of today is not the same one that my father led more than 39 years ago and that is due largely in part to the leadership and guidance of our outgoing President and CPO, Jackie Wallace. I want to take this opportunity on behalf of our community to thank Jackie for her tireless dedication to United Way and her lasting legacy on our community. It was 2000 when Jackie began working at United Way. A new century had begun, Y2K scares were abounding and Jackie received a six-month contract to help support the campaign efforts that year. Sixteen years later, nine of which she has served as President and CPO, Jackie has continued to be the heart and soul of United Way. Jackie’s influence has helped shape the entire nonprofit community through her leadership and passion. Under her direction United Way has invested more than $28 million in Hall County and has partnered to help start two new nonprofits, the Georgia Mountain Food Bank and WomenSource. But Jackie will quickly note that what truly matters from her time at United Way is YOU. The relationships with donors, volunteers, funded programs and those we serve. In honor of Jackie’s tireless work, I challenge you all to find a way to leave your legacy in our community. From the smallest things to the largest, we all have the ability to impact the lives of our community. That is what is so amazing about leaving a legacy. You don’t even realize you are doing it until it is done. I agree with Jackie, what this place needs is YOU. Because great things happen when we LIVE UNITED.

Philip Wilheit Jr. Partner, Wilheit Packaging Chair, 2015-2016 United Way Board of Directors 2015-2016 ANNUAL REPORT 2


What this place needs is...

dedicated volunteers.

Pictured l to r: Lauren Samples, Community Investment Chair; Philip Wilheit Jr., Board Chair; and Brett Fowler, Campaign Chairman

What this place needs is bright futures, healthy lifestyles, thriving families and dedicated volunteers to help get it all done. This year United Way’s tremendous volunteer leadership has spearheaded the organization’s efforts and united passions, resources and expertise to focus on the building blocks of a good life. Below are a few highlights from the year: BOARD CHAIR, PHILIP WILHEIT JR. • Lead United Way of Hall County’s board of directors in strategic planning and visioning efforts to identify the future focus for United Way. • Provided support and guidance to the search committee, chaired by Davis White, tasked with selecting a new President and Chief Professional Officer (CPO). • Met with community leadership to understand the pulse of the community and our greatest needs.

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CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN, BRETT FOWLER • Led the community in a successful campaign, raising more than $1.59 million to be invested in the funded programs in 2016-2017. • Introduced the concept of workplace volunteerism at the Campaign Kickoff where attendees put together 1,000 literacy, health and income kits to be used throughout the community.

MISSION: UNITING PEOPLE, ORGANIZATIONS AND RESOURCES TO IMPROVE LIVES IN HALL COUNTY.

COMMUNITY INVESTMENT CHAIR, LAUREN SAMPLES • Led the selection committee as they continued the funded program model by funding 43 programs from 25 organizations. (see list below) • Reviewed outcome reports for all funded programs from 2015-2016 and evaluated program’s impact, as well as helped to identify patterns in our community’s greatest needs.

2016-2017 FUNDED PROGRAMS • 9th Grade Classroom Based Education, Center Point • Basic Literacy, Alliance for Literacy • Be Great: Graduate, Boys & Girls Clubs of Hall County • Center for Counseling & Psychological Services, Brenau University • Court Appointed Special Advocates, CASA • Dental Clinic, Good News Clinics • Discovery Summer Day Camp, Gainesville Parks & Recreation • Early Childhood, Challenged Child & Friends • Early Learning Initiative, Gateway Domestic Violence Center • Emergency and Transitional Shelter, The Salvation Army • Family Supplemental Scholarship Program, Challenged Child & Friends • Forensic Interviews, Edmondson-Telford Center • Gracie’s House, Habitat for Humanity • Health Care Services, The Guest House • Health Services Program, Challenged Child & Friends • Healthy Habits Expo, Junior League of Gainesville-Hall County • Hispanic Outreach Program, Boy Scouts of America • Homeless Prevention & Families in Action, Action Ministries • Medical Clinic, Good News Clinics

• Mentor Program, Center Point • Mobile Food Pantry, Georgia Mountain Food Bank • Power Hour, Boys & Girls Clubs of Hall County • Pregnant & Parenting Support & Education, Center Point • Prevention Education, Gateway Domestic Violence Center • Prevention Education, Rape Response • Project Pathfinder, Children’s Center for Hope & Healing • Real, Interactive Summer Experience, Brenau University • Shelter Food Program, Gateway Domestic Violence Center • SmartGirls, Center Point • Social Services, The Salvation Army • Steward of Children Program, Edmondson-Telford Center • Survivor Support Group/Child Witness, Gateway Domestic Violence Center • Training/Competition, Special Olympics • Victim Services, Children’s Center for Hope & Healing • Victim Services, Rainbow Children’s Home • Victim Services, Rape Response • Wilheit Student Services/Counseling, Center Point • Women’s Services, Children’s Center for Hope & Healing

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What this place needs is...

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YOU.


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What this place needs is...

giving hearts.

Each year, the Chairman’s Award is given to one company that demonstrates high campaign excellence and whose support extends far beyond the annual campaign giving. Our GIVE, ADVOCATE and VOLUNTEER Awards recognize individuals who have gone beyond the call and truly embody the work of United Way.

• C  HAIRMAN’S AWARD – Merial Select quadrupled their campaign in 2014, and this year continued that growth by raising an additional $6,000, totaling more than $45,000 in the last five years. In addition, Merial Select employees Sharon Holt and David Smith have dedicated their time to United Way, lending their time and expertise as volunteer leaders.

 IVE AWARD – Members of The Alexis • G De Tocqueville Society were recognized for their leadership in giving more than $3.6 million since the group’s inception. • A  DVOCATE AWARD – Mimi Collins for providing a voice for children in our community and being committed to making Hall County a better place through her tireless efforts to advocate for the well-being of our children. • V  OLUNTEER AWARD – Spence Price for his leadership on the United Way finance committee for six years and chairing the committee for the past four.

TOP 10

COMPANY CAMPAIGNS PUBLIX SUPER MARKETS: $297,389.00 NORTHEAST GEORGIA HEALTH SYSTEM: $127,363.51 FIELDALE FARMS: $94,146.00 CARGILL: $72,035.37 CONDITIONED AIR SYSTEMS: $61,620.00 HALL COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM: $55,910.58 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE: $47,474.95 WILHEIT PACKAGING MATERIAL: $46,815.00 GAINESVILLE CITY SCHOOL SYSTEM: $36,721.25 UNITED COMMUNITY BANK: $25,721.04

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LEADERSHIP GIVING CIRCLE

When you invest in United Way of Hall County, you are strengthening the building blocks of a good quality of life – Education, Income and Health. We all have the power to make a difference in our community by finding our voice and joining it with others. Advancing the common good is less about helping one person at a time and more about changing systems to help us all. United Way of Hall County Leadership Giving Circle is a group of passionate business and community leaders who exemplify commitment and caring through their philanthropic nature and are change agents in Hall County. The United Way of Hall County Leadership Giving Circle comprises six leadership giving levels and was founded this year as a way to honor and thank our donors who give $1,000 or more annually to invest in the future. As a member of the Leadership Giving Circle you secure a place within Hall County as a guardian for the future. The power and value of your investment goes far beyond the dollars. That is because leadership ultimately inspires, motivates and transforms your life and the lives of others, while connecting the community.

TOCQUEVILLE SOCIETY – $10,000+ Anonymous Dub and Joanne Bagwell Mike and Lynn Cottrell Murray and Daphne David Austin and Regina Edmondson* John and Merridy Gram George and Starlet Jones Doug and Diane Magnus Abit and Kayanne Massey Pete and Cathy Miller

Daniel Ohman Ray and Patti Reulbach Lorry and Sherrie Schrage Lessie Smithgall Jim and Peggy Walters* R.K. and Laura Whitehead Doug and Amy Whitley Philip and Mary Hart Wilheit* Charlie and Dancy Wynne

*Charter members of the Tocqueville Society founded in 1995 that continue today.

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PILLAR SOCIETY $5,000 - $9,999 Alan Atwood and Nancy Stead David and Susan Abee Earl Conway Brian and Kristin Daniel Anne George George and Sandra Romberg Philip and Addie Wilheit

TORCH SOCIETY $2,500 - $4,999 Stan and Susie Appleton Danny and Lynda Askew Paul and Jaime Braza Steven and Julie Brock David and Gail Chester Jerry and Karen Coker Al and Ginny Crumley Arnold and Joyce Evans Robert and Julie Ferguson Tom and Judy Field Rob and Leslie Fowler Mark and Joy Fowler Chip and Leslie Frierson Dallas and Bobbie Gay Kenny and Brenda Gee Phil and Lisa Hartley Steven Henchock Martha Jacobs Sam and Suzanne Johnson Andy and Brooke Kalinauskas Ben and Virginia Lancaster Jim and Diana Latimer Frank and Shantha McDonald Wayne and Phillippa Moss William and Rhonda Myers Jerome Nichols Matt and Baya Pruitt Sam and Pat Rauch Antonio Rios John and Marci Russo David Sellers Louis G. Smith, Jr. David D. Smith David and Elizabeth Umberson Carter Vaverek Jimmy and Jackie Wallace Joe and Cathy Wood

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CORNERSTONE SOCIETY $1,500 - $2,499

David and Tari Adams Michael and Becki Breslin Steve and Carol Burrell Stephanie Butler Paul and Veronica Carlisle W. McMaster Clarke Angela Collins Counte and Jackie Cooley Steven and Donna Cornelison Sandra DuVall John and Lydia Ferguson Brett and Laura Fowler Randall and Susan Frost Steven and Susan Gilliam Hassie Gordon Bryan and Joy Griffin Rick and Elaine Holyfield Rusty and Susan Hopkins Cliff Jolliff and Elaine Gerke Frank and Jane Lake Louis Lanier Russell Layton Tim and Jackie Legg Gerald Lewis Doug and Tricia McDuff Bradley Mullinax Thomas O’Toole III Bob and Jean Oliver Joe and Marsha Piper Michael Pugh-McCarthy Renee Richards Wesley and Jill Robinson Stephanie Satterfield Ed and Myra Schrader Darrell and Darlene Snyder Warren and Jamie Stribling Jeffrey Taylor Jack and Emily Thompson Danny and Melissa Tymchuk Dick and Cherry Valentine Keith and Betsey Whitaker Wayne and Geraldine Wiggins Trey and Morgan Wood

BUILDER SOCIETY $1,000 - $1,499

Norman and Brennice Baggs Emily Bagwell and Ben Kastner Juber Barboza Perry and Tracy Barnett Mary Benefield Todd and Callie Black Susan Bolen Charles and Jane Bradley Justin Brewer Thomas Bullwinkle Jason Burkhalter Phil and Judy Bush Jessica Bussell Shane and Amy Bussler Allen and Valerie Butts Tom and Maria Calkins McCallum P. Callahan Michael and Jeannine Callahan Lisa Cantrell Dan and Amy Carey Chuck Carter, Jr. Jack and Leslie Chapman Nora Chavez John Cleveland Scott and Georgie Cleveland Kimberly Cobb Keith Colby Sam and Margie Couvillon Richard Crooks Carol Ann Daniel John and Sally Darden Julie Davis and Family Michael W. Day Brad and Sherri Dixon Samuel Dressler Kit Dunlap Larry and Merrianne Dyer Ashley Ellis Headen and Emily Embry Pierre Fabre Hop and Mindy Ferran Jim and Melinda Foote Rob and Leslie Fowler Robert and Linda Fowler Mike and Pat Freeman Ron and Martha Fritchley John Fuller John and Sylvia Garland Brian and Peggy Gracey Dennis and Gail Greene


Beth Grimes Jon Hamilton Ben and Betty Hampton Kurt and Amy Hansen Jonathan Harper Mary Harrison Cosmo and Cherie Haun Abb and Heather Hayes Tony and Cathy Herdener Will and Loo Hicks Tom and Elizabeth Higgins Leroy Hoang Chris and Melissa Hollifield Susan Hosford Chance and Christina Jones Scott and Dawn Justus Joan Katz Alyssa Kidwell Buddy and Evie Langston Morgan and Kelly Lee Phyllis Leet Philip Lindenstruth Tracey Lipscomb Brent and Jennifer Loggins Rocio Lomas Edgar Lopez Wolfgang Lummert Deborah Mack Matt and Bethany Magnus James and Carolyn Mahar Cindy Maldonado Carol Martin Mary Martin Frances Mathis Jim and Robin Mathis Arlene Matthews Lon McCaslin Scott and Cami McGarity Dominic Melillo John and Mary Lou Melvin Melissa Miller Melody Millett Dawn L. Moore Jim and Evanda Moore Sha M. Myers Sorabh Nanda Craig D. Nelms Pete and Martha Nesbitt Ken and Cathy Nix Jan and Marty Nix Kris and Courtney Nordholz Dana J. Nordstrom Frank and Nancy Norton

Christopher Norton Anonymous Tiffany O’Donnell Jack and Maureen Oliaro Katherine Orvis Regilo Pacheco Bob Painter Doug and Carol Patterson Donald Pepper Terrie Peppers Peyton Phillips Laurie Pitcher Andy and Michele Piucci Harold Platt Jasmine Poole Heather Popham Thomas and Teresa Prather Spence and April Price David Puciw Ron and Nancy Quinn Strother and Cindy Randolph Michael Reimers John and Nancy Rieben Amy Roach William Rosine Barclay and Miriam Rushton Blake and Lauren Samples George Sampson Steven Sampson Bill Sanders Linda Sayers Josh and Crystal Schlieman Marilyn Schorn-Bellows Ray and Roberta Schuetze Margaret Schutte Roger and Dorothy Scott Ashley Sexton Steven Sexton Carol Shirley Hal and Caroline Silcox LeTrell Simpson Gary Smith Jeaninne Smith John and Margie Smith Rodney and Anita Smith Mickey Spain Jamie Stapler Aundrea Stevens Dennis and Amelia Stockton Tread and Debbie Syfan Jordan Tabor Taryn Tabor Glen and Kelly Tawney

Mallory and Kathy Tillman Patrick and Ellen Toms Amoz Vixamas Frank and Tracy Waggoner Ed and Anne Waller Corey Watson Rebecca Webb Thomas and Anne Webb Ronald and Carol Whitmire Lauren Williams Anthony Williamson Elizabeth Winham Danny and Teresa Woods Siamak Yari

YOUNG LEADERS SOCIETY $500 (21-39 YRS. OLD)

Philip and Lindsay Bonelli Daniel and DeAnna Browne Nick and Amanda Bruner Mandi Bullard Paul and Veronica Carlisle Jimmy Carney Christopher and Abigail Carter Kimberly Cobb Nathan and Katie Crumley Nicholas and Erica Deaton Matt and Katie Dubnik Ashley Ellis Nathan and Ginny Fauscett Jimbo and Jenny Floyd Brett and Laura Fowler Matthew and Kristi Goodwin Bryan and Joy Griffin John and Ashley Haynes Robert Holcomb Josh and Sharon Holt Brian and Callie Hughs William T. Jarrard Donna J. Jockell Chance and Christina Jones Scott and Dawn Justus Andy and Brooke Kalinauskas Jennifer Beard Greg Leach Morgan and Kelly Lee Jennifer Little Michael and Janet Lowery Nick and Megan Martin Kevin and April Matson Chris and Mary Susan McNeal 2015-2016 ANNUAL REPORT 10


Chadwick Meyer Loren K. Miller Cesar and Melissa Molina Bradley Mullinax Guerry and Julie Norwood Will Peeples Erin Pitts Jasmine Poole Kelley Robertson Lee and Kara Rogers Blake and Lauren Samples Josh and Crystal Schlieman Alan and Jennifer Schuetze Beau and Angela Sheppard Billie Slinde Taylor Stowe Alison Toller Jacob VanSickle Keith and Betsey Whitaker Philip and Addie Wilheit William Wilson Trey and Morgan Wood

10% GIVING CLUB – INDIVIDUAL *10% increase in pledge Stacy V. Abbott David and Susan Abee Lauren Ables Kelly Adams David and Tari Adams Linda G. Agan Brent Agnew Anthony Alexander Joan Alford Scott Allen Sr. Donna Allen Jane Allen Kimberly Allen David Anderson Jennifer Anderson Micah Anderson Joseph M. Anglin Breann Ankenman Alma L. Arnold Brooke E. Arroliga Tina Arrowood Linda Arsenault Tricia Atkins Alan and Nancy Atwood Tiffany Ausborn 11 2015-2016 ANNUAL REPORT

Laura Aycock Audra Bachman Amy Badura Erin Bagley Kelly Bagwell Scotty Ball Michelle C. Banahan Thomas Banks Elaine Barnes Elicia Barrett Brenda H. Beal Deborah N. Bearde Teresa Bell Deborah S. Bellah Alli Benefiled Rosalind Bennett Linda G. Berger Margi Bertelsen Chanel Bess Todd and Callie Black Erin M. Black Sandy Blankenship Bret and Sandra Bleifus Susan Bolen Jenny L. Bonilla Scarlett E. Bowelle Deborah J. Bowen Judy Bowers Rick Bowers Janelle Bowker Jeff and Melissa Cynthia Bradburn Jim Bradley Connie Bramblett Becky Brannon Andy B. Brehm Justin Brewer Loretta Brewster Joseph Brice George and Carolyn Brinson Talitha Brooks Deborah L. Brookshire Brad Brown Gwenell Brown Tamara L. Brown Nick and Amanda Bruner Ann Brunk Cindy Bryant Karen E. Bryant Tina Bryant Jeanne Buffington Tabitha Buffington Mandi Bullard

John and Denise Burgess Becky Burnette Nina Burton Shirley Butler Stephanie Butler Catherine M. Byrd Tammy R. Byrd Pam Cain Pat Caldwell Michael and Jeannine Callahan William Campbell Sugeey Campos Heather L. Cannon Joel Cantrell Paul and Veronica Carlisle Jennifer Carlton Jennifer L. Carney Dawn Carpenter Chelsea B. Carroll Christopher and Abigail Carter Kandace Carter Linda S. Carter Michael R. Casper Elvia Castaneda Jessica Chambers Amanda Chapman Barbara J. Chapman David and Gail Chester Lester Chicas Kendra Childers Michael Childers Suzanne M. Cindea W. McMaster Clarke Claire W. Coates Kimberly Cobb Amy L. Cochran Broughton and Regina Cochran Rita C. Cole Richard and Kirsten Coleman Leslie W. Collier IV Shari L. Collins Susan V. Conner Marianna Connor Earl Conway Angie L. Cooper James and Chassie Corbin Laurie Costello Rebecca L. Creel Celo Crisp Thomas A. Crittenden April Crocker Kathy Cronic Chad Crumley

Nathan and Katie Curmley Lorissa Crumley Melanie Crumly Elizabeth Cutter Karen Dale An Dang Jane Davenport Bryan Davis Jan Davis Kim Davis Nathan Dawkins William and Ellen DeFoor Jane DeGrood Beth DeLaPerriere Richard and Ruth Demby David Dillard Ashley Dodd Diana Dokken William Dorris Mark and Nicole Dowd James C. Dumas Sr. Mary A. Duteau Sandra DuVall Cheyenne Dye Erik Dzamko Ira and Coleta Easington Sheila Ebel Michele P. Eckenroth Tammy Eden Graham L. Edwards Melva Edwards Jill A. Eisel Sissy Elliott Tony R. Ellis Betsy Elrod Rosemary B. Epps Deborah Erbrick Amber L. Etris Lauren Fair Amy M. Farmer Janice Farmer Gloria Farrell Robert and Julie Ferguson Jason N. Ferrell Diane Fielden Cheryl Fields Kristin Finley Patricia A. Fischer Rebecca Fisher Eliaine Fitzpatrick Casey Fleury Lizzet Flores Timothy and Brenda Fons


Anita Ford Frances Ford Denise Fortner Erin Fountain Marla Fouts Rob and Leslie Fowler Brett and Laura Fowler Christian Franklin Tascha Franklin Lew Fraser Chip and Leslie Frierson Jordan Frobos Jennifer D. Fuller Renee Fursa Michelle Garcia Betsy Garner Kristin Garner Lisa Garner Shelly A. Garner Melissa Gasperecz Elyse A. Gates Chris D. Gaunt Alex George Tracy Giles Lorrie Gill Debbie Gilleland Amy Gillespie Amy L. Gillespie Brenda Gilmore Courtney Glasper Karen Glass Billy and Tanya Glosson Kevin L. Gohman Emily Gordon Suzanne E. Gorr Sheri Goss James Grace Alvino Granados Deborah M. Grant Talia W. Gray Heather N. Greenway Cindy Grier Jessi Grier Don and Susan Griffin Jenny Grindle Veronica Guzman Christina Hall Kim Hall Lynn Halstead Vickie Hamrick Caitlin E. Hansard Sam Harben III William Hardman and Da Anne Watson

John Hargis Jonathan Harper Robin D. Harris Kelly C. Harrison Mary Harrison Shawana Harrison Jeff and Stacey Hart John Hayes Wesley Haynes Clarissa Heard Kristy Hene Linda L. Henson Barbara Hermann Victorino Hernandez Monica Herrera Deena Hicks Will and Loo Hicks LaMonika Hill Linh M. Hinshaw Marvin Hitt Stacey Hodges Deena Holden Joy Holeman Charlyne Holland Michael Holman Brandy Hooper Rachel Hortman Reid Houston David Howard Marcia K. Howell Wendy L. Humphries Gina Ingram Bill Sanders Michael Jackson Tiffany Jackson Yvonne Jackson Stephanie James Kathy Jarrard Marie Jeanty Sherry H. Jett Kelly E. Johnson Paul Johnson Sam and Suzanne Johnson Cliff Jolliff and Elaine Gerke Chance and Christina Jones Courtney Jones Ellza Jones Jenna Jones Lisa S. Jones Lynn Jones Marty and Gary Deanna Kaminski Teresa Karycki

Haynes Kaufman Brandi Keadle James Kelley Amanda Kemp Kelly D. Kennedy Sue Kierzkowski Philip O. Kimsey Renee Kimsey Sandra G. King Wanda A. King Shelby Kinsey Dana Kirk Brenda Kirt In Sun Ko Adam Koski Brian Kovach Neysa A. Ladd Valerie Lancaster Teri E. Lance Susan Lang Charles Langford Sylvia Langford Ronda Larned Jamie L. Laster Jim and Diana Latimer Glen Lawson Russell Layton Morgan and Kelly Lee Taylor B. A. Lee Sarah J. Leisan Gerald Lewis Kandis Lewis-Thomas Maggy Lindler Adondra Little Debbie Little Jennifer O. Little Charlene M. Lively Jeannie R. Locklair-Bush Brent Loggins Shawn R. Long Sue Loosier Carie A. Love Jana Lovell Tracy Lucas Valorie Lucas Tom Macloskie Gay Maehrlein Enid Maldonado Sandra Mallon Kathleen H. Manzel Anne Martin Kim Martin Sheree P. Martin

Taylor Martin Cinthya Martinez Jose Martinez Lesther Martin-Lorenzo Joyce F. Massey Elizabeth Matthews Kenya Mattie Johnny Mattox Laura Maxwell Lori McBride Laura A. McCall-Drury David and Denise McConnell Karen McCusker Emily McDaniel Julie McDuffie Sherry McElroy Natalie McGarvey Garry and Margaret McGlaun Shannon McGonigal Mary M. McGovern Ocie McMillan Cheri McMillon Sarah McPherson Fances J. Mcquillen Stacey Merck Chadwick Meyer Margot Mickle Jessica Miller Loren K. Miller Tammy S. Miller Vicki Miller Wanda Mintz Joyce A. Mitchell Rosemarie S. Monacella Whitney Montesinos Lori Moore Randi Moore Patsy Moorehead Gladys Morales Matthew Morkel Janet Morley Brandy S. Morris Michael L. Morris Erica L. Morrison Brian Moss Bradley Mullinax Jackie Mulling Krystal Mullins Vicki Murphy Sha M. Myers William and Rhonda Myers Minnie Nelson Pete and Martha Nesbitt 2015-2016 ANNUAL REPORT 12


WHEN WE LIVE UNITED WE DON’T JUST CHANGE LIVES WE CHANGE WHAT’S POSSIBLE. Caroline Newbern Vicki Nicely Ken and Cathy Nix Jan and Marty Nix Kris and Courtney Nordholz Julie Norman Lana Norris Guerry and Julie Norwood John and Kimberly Nottingham Denise Nylander Bob and Jean Oliver Pat Owens Linda Oxford John and Patricia Pace Michelle Palmer Jacquie L. Parker Janean Parker William D. Parks Jan Partrick Ana Patino-Osorno Doug and Carol Patterson Tina Patterson Janie Peace Wade Pearce Tia Pearson Beth H. Pedaggi Fancy Pettit Rebecca Phagan Lisa M. Phillips Jeffrey L. Pilgrim Laurie Pitcher Sarah L. Pledger Karen Poff Jasmine Poole Stephanie H. Poole Veronica Portillo Spence and April Price Connie Propes Shea Ray Kristi D. Rayner Doris Reed Holly M. Reed Jerry Reed Leslie Reed Eve Reeves Ray and Patti Reulbach Sharon D. Reynolds

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Angela Rice Natalie C. Riley Amy Roach Jennifer M. Roark Sherry D. Roberts Wes and Jill Robinson Maria Roman Chris and Alison Romberg George and Sandra Romberg Patrick Rooke Donna Ross Paige Rossi Mary Royal Vickie Rundbaken Ann B. Ryals Regina P. Sailors Abdon R. Sallah Blake and Lauren Samples Janice A. Sanning Sheila C. Sapp Jim and Gail Sargent Titia Sargent Susan Schafer Nicholas and Tamra Schardl Josh and Crystal Schlieman Jennifer C. Schmid Helen Scovill Danielle A. Seeley Mary Elizabeth Severs Deborah Sewell Mike and Judy Sewell Laura Shaw Katherine Sheppard Timeka Shields Ed and Mary Ellen Shipley Carol Shirley Jane Shockley Tiffany R. Shows Terresa Shubert Roy H. Silvers Beth Sinquefield Carrie S. Sisk Tammy Skinner Curt Sloyer Connie L. Small Esther Smallwood Anne W. Smith

David D. Smith Gary Smith Harold Smith Stanley and Kelly Smith Melissa Smith Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Smith Pam Smith Pamela J. Smith Shannon Smith Samantha Smith Tosha Smith William Smith DeAnn Smithson Gary Solesbee Stan and Julie Souther Carrie Jane Sparks Cynthia Spates Mei Spradlin Angela A. St. John Karen Standridge Stanley Stephens Aundrea Stevens Sonia Stewart Debra Storey Jeff Stowe Katy Strayhorn Kathy Strickland Diana Stroup John Stump Bhavesh G. Sureja Leah Szatkowski Kara Tate Ashley M. Tatum Rinda Taylor Arlene Thomas Ronald Thomas Sheldon Thomas Suzanne Thomas Tina Thomas James Thompson Jeff Thompson Nancy Tims James V. Tipton III Tracy Troutman Wendy Truelove Victoria C. Turk Courtney Turner

Brittany E. Tyner Amy Vonesh Evangeline Voxx Staci Wagner Kay R. Walker Mary L. Waller Cheryl Walls Sherry D. Ward Jerry and Sue Ward Nancy Ware Stacey Waters Keishun Watkins Lisa Watkins Teresa D. Wayne Mary E. Welch Joseph and Meredith West Jerry D. Whidden Keith and Betsey Whitaker Davis and Amy White Kristin White Matt B. White Dallas Wiley Debbie Wiley Philip and Addie Wilheit Philip and Mary Hart Wilheit Leslie M. Williams Meghan L. Williams Cindy E. Wilson Robert Wilson Janet W. Wofford Joe and Cathy Wood Nicole Wood Robyn R. Wood Trey and Morgan Wood Allen Woodall Sharon Woodall Carrie Woodcock Susan Wooten Erika B. Word Stacia Worley Payne B. Wright Sherry M. Wright Lauren B. Wykle Rebecca E. Yoder Rickey Young


STAFF

THANK YOU

TO OUR 2015-2016 CORPORATE SPONSORS

Pictured left to right: Megan Strickland, Campaign & Communications Associate; Joy Griffin, incoming President and Chief Professional Officer; Jackie Wallace, outgoing President and Chief Professional Officer; Rachel Spain, Vice President of Resource Development; and Cheryl Brown, Community Resource Coordinator

FINANCIAL REPORT CONDENSED STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES MAY 1, 2014 - APRIL 30, 2015 Revenues CONDENSED STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES $1,598,211.00 Campaign MAY 1, 2012 - APRIL 30, 2013 $66,767.00 Other revenues

Revenues Campaign Total public support & revenue Other revenues

Expenses Gross funds distributed Less donor designations Expenses Other program services Gross funds distributed services LessSupporting donor designations United Wayservices Worldwide dues Other program Total public support & revenue

Supporting services Total expenses United Way Worldwide dues

(decrease) to net assets TotalIncrease expenses LossNet from discontinued assets, 5/1/14 operations

$1,647,319.00 $1,664,978.00 $102,384.00 $1,749,703.00

$1,307,984.00 $(49,985.00) $93,097.00 $1,688,391.00 $332,676.00 $(132,154.00) $17,574.00 $59,014.00 $337,023.00 $1,701,346.00 $17,752.00

$(36,368.00) $1,970,026.00 $(-) $1,178,510.00

Increase (decrease) to net assets Net assets, 4/30/15

$(220,323.00) $1,142,142.00

Net assets, 5/1/12

$1,709,185.00

Net assets, 4/30/13

$1,488,862.00

The Condensed Statement of Activities has not been audited. completeStatement copy of the statements for the year ending April 30, 2015 The A Condensed of audited Activitiesfinancial has not been audited. is available review on our website. Log on for to www.UnitedWayHallCounty.org A complete copyfor of the audited financial statements the year ending April 30, 2013 and click onfor“Accountability” under the tab. is available review on our website. Log About on to www.UnitedWayHallCounty.org and click on “Accountability” under the About tab. The audit was presented to the United Way of Hall County board of directors at their The meeting audit wason presented the United Way of Hall County Board of July 29,to2015. Directors at their meeting on August 1, 2013.

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