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UNITED WAY OF MIDLAND ANNUAL REPORT 2011


BE HERE Executive Committee Jayne Krawietz Concho Resources, Inc. President Ellen M. House Midland Independent School District President-Elect & Nominating Chair Bob Landreth Robert E. Landreth Vice President

Ramona A. Thomas Permian Basin Community Centers Community Impact Chair Deana M. Savage Midland College Community Impact Vice Chair Cynthia Y. Benson ++ United Way of Midland Executive Director

Mitch Mamoulides Chevron Todd Meade Chevron Shan Moon The Don Evans Group, Ltd. Bob Murphy HEB

Board Members Sylvester Cantu City of Midland

Joe T. Phillips Sooner Pipe

K. Michael Conaway + U.S. Congressman, Dist. 11

Margaret Purvis + Purvis Operating Company

Steven D. Gray RSP Permian, Ltd.

Dan Robison Excelsior Foundation

Ryan Hamilton Summit Petroleum

David H. Smith Davis, Gerald & Cremer

Shelly Chapple** Stanolind Operating Assistant Treasurer

David Henry Henry Resources, LLC

Charles A. Spence + Community Volunteer

Karmen Bryant Community Volunteer Resource Development Chair

James C. Henry + Henry Resources, LLC

Ed Wuthrich Shell Trading US Company

David A. O’Neil** Wells Fargo Bank, N.A . Vice President Brandon M. Black BC Operating, Inc. Secretary Martin F. Ruehl FirstCapital Bank of Texas Treasurer

In Midland, we all share a commitment‌a commitment to improve the quality of life and outcomes for our community. I am proud to report that your United Way has spent another year developing initiatives, supporting collaborations, funding programs, convening experts and fostering new and needed community services. More than 33,000 lives were touched in one year. More than $3,000,000 raised. The success of our year was made possible by the dedicated board, volunteers, community partners and staff.

United Way Staff Cynthia Y. Benson Executive Director Diana Duran Accounting and IT Specialist

In April of 2011, United Way of Midland Board of Directors approved a new strategic plan. This plan is the result of many months of analysis and discussion by a committee of United Way board members, other community leaders and staff members. We have bold goals for our community. Our plan will help us focus and partner strategically to accomplish our outcomes in systemic, sustainable ways.

Alice Freidline Director of Community Impact Denise Perkins** Resource Development Director Whitney Roland Resource Development Associate Kathye Taylor Finance Director Alison King Assistant Director of Community Impact

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From the 2011 Board President

Personally, I am so proud of the work of the United Way Volunteers and Staff. I believe in United Way of Midland because we are helping lead a community effort that will create necessary changes in the areas of education, self-sufficiency and health. I am honored to have had the opportunity to work with such caring members of our community. As we move forward, United Way will continue to work to meet basic needs and create opportunities for everyone. Your support makes a difference. Thank you! Jayne Krawietz

Legend ++UWM Staff +Lifetime Member *Deceased **Resigned

Steven T. Jeffcoat Johnson, Miller & Company, P.C.

United Way of Midland Community Awards RISING STAR Recognizes the company with the most improved employee campaign. 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007

Midland Chamber of Commerce ConocoPhillips Concho Resources, Inc. EOG Resources, Inc. Parkhill, Smith & Cooper

PAUL C. REA LIVE UNITED AWARD

Recognizes the company with the greatest number of employees giving $1,000 or more. 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007

Midland Memorial Hospital Midland Memorial Hospital Midland Memorial Hospital Midland Memorial Hospital Midland Memorial Hospital

EAGLE SPIRIT AWARD

Recognizes the company whose employees have shown sustained excellence in giving, advocating and volunteering with the United Way of Midland. 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007

DEANE H. STOLTZ PIONEER SPIRIT AWARD

Recognizes the company with the greatest percentage of employees giving $1,000 or more. 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007

Summit Petroleum LLC Energen Resources First National Bank of Midland XTO Energy, Inc. ConocoPhillips

Energen Resources Lynch, Chappell & Alsup, P.C. Lynch, Chappell & Alsup, P.C. and Summit Petroleum Summit Petroleum American State Bank

United Way of Midland Lifetime Members

WE WILL BE HERE TO HEAL THE PAST, SHAPE THE FUTURE AND TO MAKE TODAY BETTER FOR US ALL.

K. Michael Conaway James C. Henry Margaret Purvis Paul C. Rea*

Charles A. Spence Jack Steele* Deane H. Stoltz* * deceased


BE HERE Executive Committee Jayne Krawietz Concho Resources, Inc. President Ellen M. House Midland Independent School District President-Elect & Nominating Chair Bob Landreth Robert E. Landreth Vice President

Ramona A. Thomas Permian Basin Community Centers Community Impact Chair Deana M. Savage Midland College Community Impact Vice Chair Cynthia Y. Benson ++ United Way of Midland Executive Director

Mitch Mamoulides Chevron Todd Meade Chevron Shan Moon The Don Evans Group, Ltd. Bob Murphy HEB

Board Members Sylvester Cantu City of Midland

Joe T. Phillips Sooner Pipe

K. Michael Conaway + U.S. Congressman, Dist. 11

Margaret Purvis + Purvis Operating Company

Steven D. Gray RSP Permian, Ltd.

Dan Robison Excelsior Foundation

Ryan Hamilton Summit Petroleum

David H. Smith Davis, Gerald & Cremer

Shelly Chapple** Stanolind Operating Assistant Treasurer

David Henry Henry Resources, LLC

Charles A. Spence + Community Volunteer

Karmen Bryant Community Volunteer Resource Development Chair

James C. Henry + Henry Resources, LLC

Ed Wuthrich Shell Trading US Company

David A. O’Neil** Wells Fargo Bank, N.A . Vice President Brandon M. Black BC Operating, Inc. Secretary Martin F. Ruehl FirstCapital Bank of Texas Treasurer

In Midland, we all share a commitment‌a commitment to improve the quality of life and outcomes for our community. I am proud to report that your United Way has spent another year developing initiatives, supporting collaborations, funding programs, convening experts and fostering new and needed community services. More than 33,000 lives were touched in one year. More than $3,000,000 raised. The success of our year was made possible by the dedicated board, volunteers, community partners and staff.

United Way Staff Cynthia Y. Benson Executive Director Diana Duran Accounting and IT Specialist

In April of 2011, United Way of Midland Board of Directors approved a new strategic plan. This plan is the result of many months of analysis and discussion by a committee of United Way board members, other community leaders and staff members. We have bold goals for our community. Our plan will help us focus and partner strategically to accomplish our outcomes in systemic, sustainable ways.

Alice Freidline Director of Community Impact Denise Perkins** Resource Development Director Whitney Roland Resource Development Associate Kathye Taylor Finance Director Alison King Assistant Director of Community Impact

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From the 2011 Board President

Personally, I am so proud of the work of the United Way Volunteers and Staff. I believe in United Way of Midland because we are helping lead a community effort that will create necessary changes in the areas of education, self-sufficiency and health. I am honored to have had the opportunity to work with such caring members of our community. As we move forward, United Way will continue to work to meet basic needs and create opportunities for everyone. Your support makes a difference. Thank you! Jayne Krawietz

Legend ++UWM Staff +Lifetime Member *Deceased **Resigned

Steven T. Jeffcoat Johnson, Miller & Company, P.C.

United Way of Midland Community Awards RISING STAR Recognizes the company with the most improved employee campaign. 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007

Midland Chamber of Commerce ConocoPhillips Concho Resources, Inc. EOG Resources, Inc. Parkhill, Smith & Cooper

PAUL C. REA LIVE UNITED AWARD

Recognizes the company with the greatest number of employees giving $1,000 or more. 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007

Midland Memorial Hospital Midland Memorial Hospital Midland Memorial Hospital Midland Memorial Hospital Midland Memorial Hospital

EAGLE SPIRIT AWARD

Recognizes the company whose employees have shown sustained excellence in giving, advocating and volunteering with the United Way of Midland. 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007

DEANE H. STOLTZ PIONEER SPIRIT AWARD

Recognizes the company with the greatest percentage of employees giving $1,000 or more. 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007

Summit Petroleum LLC Energen Resources First National Bank of Midland XTO Energy, Inc. ConocoPhillips

Energen Resources Lynch, Chappell & Alsup, P.C. Lynch, Chappell & Alsup, P.C. and Summit Petroleum Summit Petroleum American State Bank

United Way of Midland Lifetime Members

WE WILL BE HERE TO HEAL THE PAST, SHAPE THE FUTURE AND TO MAKE TODAY BETTER FOR US ALL.

K. Michael Conaway James C. Henry Margaret Purvis Paul C. Rea*

Charles A. Spence Jack Steele* Deane H. Stoltz* * deceased


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Community Impact United Way of Midland knows that large-scale problems, such as homelessness, access to affordable health care, high-school dropout rates or families in financial crisis, cannot be solved by a single organization. Finding solutions to these challenges requires the coordinated effort of our entire community. This is where United Way provides the leadership as a convener and catalyst to help our partners to make lasting change. United Way of Midland is focused on three areas of need: education, self-sufficiency, and health. These three focus areas were selected because they are topics that address local high-priority needs and are areas where United Way believes its strengths and resources will be able to make a significant, measurable improvement in lives and community conditions. We work with a broad range of local partners such as government, businesses, residents and other service organizations to assess and identify the needs of the community. Based on these needs, United Way develops initiatives, supports collaborations, funds programs, convenes experts and fosters new and needed community services. To ensure your contribution makes the maximum impact in our community, all aspects of our finances are subject to an annual independent audit.

FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES Program Funding United Way of Midland funds individual programs that address an identified United Way of Midland community outcome in one of the three Focus Areas: education, selfsufficiency and health. Direct program funding takes place through 3-year funding cycles. This type of funding is only one component of how we make a difference in our community. United Way also impacts local issues through Community Initiatives and Community Grants. Community Initiatives At the discretion of the Community Impact Committee, Community Initiatives are made available to collaborative efforts (3 or more partners) that address an identified United Way of Midland Community outcome in one of the three Focus Areas: education, self-sufficiency and health. Community Grants The United Way of Midland Community Grant Program provides support to nonprofit health and human service organizations for immediate and creative responses to pressing identified needs in our community. For a complete list of community outcomes and programs receiving United Way funding, see page 7.

WE BELIEVE IN THE VALUE OF EVERYONE, AT EVERY STAGE OF LIFE.

COMMUNITY COLLABORATIONS In order to make a significant, measurable improvement in lives and community conditions, United Way of Midland is becoming increasingly involved in many local initiatives. In 2011, United Way of Midland collaborated with the following community organizations, committees and programs: • 211 Advisory Committee • Afterschool Childcare Advisory Council • Coats for Kids • Criminal Justice Advisory Committee • DSHS Ready or Not? Community Preparedness Event • Familywize Prescription Card Program • Funders Roundtable • Generations Project • Global Leadership Summit • HEB Feast of Sharing • Homeless Coalition • L2LA (Learn to Laugh Again) • Midland Asset Building Coalition • Midland Association of Churches • Midland Chamber of Commerce • Midland Coalition • Midland College • Midland County FEMA Emergency Food and Shelter Program • Midland Independent School District • Nonprofit Management Center • Oral Health Coalition • Midland County Shared Spaces and Shared Services • Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive • The Whole Child: A New Direction in Education • XY-Zone

STRATEGIC PLAN The Board of Directors adopted the United Way of Midland Strategic Plan, effective April 2011. This plan will serve as a road map for the organization and charts the course of action for 2012 and beyond. The development of the plan took place over the past twelve months and involved United Way Board members, staff and community leaders. These groups looked closely at both the traditional functions of United Way, new roles it should assume and evolving technologies it should embrace. The social, economic, geographic, demographic and technological environments within which United Way functions were evaluated as well. One of the results of this plan will be a 2012 needs assessment to identify challenges and gaps in the areas of education, self-sufficiency and health. The United Way of Midland website (www.uwmidland.org) will be updated as this information becomes available.

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VA L U E

Community Impact United Way of Midland knows that large-scale problems, such as homelessness, access to affordable health care, high-school dropout rates or families in financial crisis, cannot be solved by a single organization. Finding solutions to these challenges requires the coordinated effort of our entire community. This is where United Way provides the leadership as a convener and catalyst to help our partners to make lasting change. United Way of Midland is focused on three areas of need: education, self-sufficiency, and health. These three focus areas were selected because they are topics that address local high-priority needs and are areas where United Way believes its strengths and resources will be able to make a significant, measurable improvement in lives and community conditions. We work with a broad range of local partners such as government, businesses, residents and other service organizations to assess and identify the needs of the community. Based on these needs, United Way develops initiatives, supports collaborations, funds programs, convenes experts and fosters new and needed community services. To ensure your contribution makes the maximum impact in our community, all aspects of our finances are subject to an annual independent audit.

FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES Program Funding United Way of Midland funds individual programs that address an identified United Way of Midland community outcome in one of the three Focus Areas: education, selfsufficiency and health. Direct program funding takes place through 3-year funding cycles. This type of funding is only one component of how we make a difference in our community. United Way also impacts local issues through Community Initiatives and Community Grants. Community Initiatives At the discretion of the Community Impact Committee, Community Initiatives are made available to collaborative efforts (3 or more partners) that address an identified United Way of Midland Community outcome in one of the three Focus Areas: education, self-sufficiency and health. Community Grants The United Way of Midland Community Grant Program provides support to nonprofit health and human service organizations for immediate and creative responses to pressing identified needs in our community. For a complete list of community outcomes and programs receiving United Way funding, see page 7.

WE BELIEVE IN THE VALUE OF EVERYONE, AT EVERY STAGE OF LIFE.

COMMUNITY COLLABORATIONS In order to make a significant, measurable improvement in lives and community conditions, United Way of Midland is becoming increasingly involved in many local initiatives. In 2011, United Way of Midland collaborated with the following community organizations, committees and programs: • 211 Advisory Committee • Afterschool Childcare Advisory Council • Coats for Kids • Criminal Justice Advisory Committee • DSHS Ready or Not? Community Preparedness Event • Familywize Prescription Card Program • Funders Roundtable • Generations Project • Global Leadership Summit • HEB Feast of Sharing • Homeless Coalition • L2LA (Learn to Laugh Again) • Midland Asset Building Coalition • Midland Association of Churches • Midland Chamber of Commerce • Midland Coalition • Midland College • Midland County FEMA Emergency Food and Shelter Program • Midland Independent School District • Nonprofit Management Center • Oral Health Coalition • Midland County Shared Spaces and Shared Services • Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive • The Whole Child: A New Direction in Education • XY-Zone

STRATEGIC PLAN The Board of Directors adopted the United Way of Midland Strategic Plan, effective April 2011. This plan will serve as a road map for the organization and charts the course of action for 2012 and beyond. The development of the plan took place over the past twelve months and involved United Way Board members, staff and community leaders. These groups looked closely at both the traditional functions of United Way, new roles it should assume and evolving technologies it should embrace. The social, economic, geographic, demographic and technological environments within which United Way functions were evaluated as well. One of the results of this plan will be a 2012 needs assessment to identify challenges and gaps in the areas of education, self-sufficiency and health. The United Way of Midland website (www.uwmidland.org) will be updated as this information becomes available.

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Community Impact UNITED WAY CONTINUES TO WORK ON KEEPING KIDS IN SCHOOL AND ON TRACK TO GRADUATE United Way of Midland knows how critical it is for our children to receive a quality education and how much it affects their ability to be successful in today’s world. In 2007, United Way of Midland took part in the Midland Introspective Community Needs Assessment. This tool allowed us to determine what needs really existed in our community. Following the assessment, areas of need and target issues were identified and task forces were created to develop action plans. One of the identified areas of need was education and a target issue that was especially concerning to the community was the increasing high school drop-out rate. A strategy was created to address this issue - identify organizations that impact education and coordinate their efforts to keep kids in school and reduce the drop-out rate. To bring this strategy to life, organizations were encouraged to collaborate and submit a proposal to address the issue. As a result of this process, United Way of Midland awarded a $200,000 grant to The Whole Child – A New Direction in Education. This community initiative trains and equips teachers, staff and volunteers to identify and work with students who are dealing with a loss or change. The end result is to help students develop healthy coping skills, thereby supporting The Whole Child. Our partners in this initiative are: • Rays of Hope Children’s Grief Centre • Communities In Schools • MISD Office of Accountability • MISD Education Foundation

Community Impact

United Way continues its active role in monitoring the success of this collaborative effort by serving on the steering committee. As of February 1, 2012 - 40 Whole Child trainings had taken place, resulting in over 1570 MISD teachers and staff, church groups and community volunteers receiving important information on how to identify and work with students who are dealing with loss. In order to measure the success of this program, at-risk students at ten elementary schools have been identified and will be tracked through their graduation in 2018. Data being collected includes attendance, grades, disciplinary actions, nurse visits, and test scores. With the involvement of The Whole Child partners, these funds are also being used to: •

Provide staff directly in contact with students the opportunity to attend state and national conferences and trainings focused on these issues

Support two additional programs in Midland: XY-Zone and L2LA (Learn to Laugh Again)

XY-Zone targets at-risk 15 – 18 year old boys. The purpose is to reduce risky behavior and improve the students’ attendance, behavior and academics. A pilot of this program began at Midland High School in Fall 2011. Learn To Laugh Again (L2LA) is a program providing support to students through discussion groups held during lunch. Students have the opportunity to share what is troubling them and receive helpful insight from counselors. L2LA began in October 2011 at Midland and Lee High Schools. Junior Highs were added shortly after and elementary schools are on schedule to start the program in 2012.

“There is a huge need for us as a community to step up and step into the lives of these boys.” Mike Mills, XY-Zone Program Coordinator Reaching At-Risk Males

MISD

The XY-Zone was organized to support and guide adolescent males, ages 15-18, who are struggling to stay in school. The program participants experience a close relationship with a skilled, caring adult male role model. This role model actively recruits other successful male role models to volunteer in mentoring students at the campus before and after school and during the school year.

SHAC (MISD’s Student Health Advisory Committee)

Stonegate Fellowship

First United Methodist Church

XY-Zone was created in Austin through Communities in Schools' Austin affiliate and has been successfully implemented by affiliates in San Antonio, Waco and Houston. These groups all reported that 85% of participants experienced improved grades, attendance and behavior with 98% staying in school. In addition to these results, 81% of the case managed participants stopped or reduced at least one risk taking behavior. Examples of risk taking behaviors range from drug and alcohol abuse to actions that lead to teen parenting and/or incarceration. Communities In Schools of the Permian Basin has worked with the United Way of Midland Whole Child Grant Initiative to secure funding for two employees to attend the XY-Zone training in Austin. Since then, collaborative partnerships have already developed with:

XY-Zone was launched at Midland High School in Fall 2011. Teachers identify possible XY-Zone participants for many different reasons, including leadership potential. Once in the program, the young men meet weekly in a small group with the program coordinator to work on the five Rs -responsibility, relationship-building, respect, reaching out and role models. Boys who attend meetings regularly and participate in community service events will be eligible for special activities. By the end of 2011, eighteen students had started meeting in small groups. Midland High School plans to have 40 students in the program year-round. XY-Zone is designed for boys to stay in the program until graduation and act as mentors to younger students as they enter the program each year. What XY-Zone Participants Have to Say: "You don't have to hold everything in anymore." "You know there's someone you can talk to." “Adults always lecture. We just need someone to listen.”

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Community Impact UNITED WAY CONTINUES TO WORK ON KEEPING KIDS IN SCHOOL AND ON TRACK TO GRADUATE United Way of Midland knows how critical it is for our children to receive a quality education and how much it affects their ability to be successful in today’s world. In 2007, United Way of Midland took part in the Midland Introspective Community Needs Assessment. This tool allowed us to determine what needs really existed in our community. Following the assessment, areas of need and target issues were identified and task forces were created to develop action plans. One of the identified areas of need was education and a target issue that was especially concerning to the community was the increasing high school drop-out rate. A strategy was created to address this issue - identify organizations that impact education and coordinate their efforts to keep kids in school and reduce the drop-out rate. To bring this strategy to life, organizations were encouraged to collaborate and submit a proposal to address the issue. As a result of this process, United Way of Midland awarded a $200,000 grant to The Whole Child – A New Direction in Education. This community initiative trains and equips teachers, staff and volunteers to identify and work with students who are dealing with a loss or change. The end result is to help students develop healthy coping skills, thereby supporting The Whole Child. Our partners in this initiative are: • Rays of Hope Children’s Grief Centre • Communities In Schools • MISD Office of Accountability • MISD Education Foundation

Community Impact

United Way continues its active role in monitoring the success of this collaborative effort by serving on the steering committee. As of February 1, 2012 - 40 Whole Child trainings had taken place, resulting in over 1570 MISD teachers and staff, church groups and community volunteers receiving important information on how to identify and work with students who are dealing with loss. In order to measure the success of this program, at-risk students at ten elementary schools have been identified and will be tracked through their graduation in 2018. Data being collected includes attendance, grades, disciplinary actions, nurse visits, and test scores. With the involvement of The Whole Child partners, these funds are also being used to: •

Provide staff directly in contact with students the opportunity to attend state and national conferences and trainings focused on these issues

Support two additional programs in Midland: XY-Zone and L2LA (Learn to Laugh Again)

XY-Zone targets at-risk 15 – 18 year old boys. The purpose is to reduce risky behavior and improve the students’ attendance, behavior and academics. A pilot of this program began at Midland High School in Fall 2011. Learn To Laugh Again (L2LA) is a program providing support to students through discussion groups held during lunch. Students have the opportunity to share what is troubling them and receive helpful insight from counselors. L2LA began in October 2011 at Midland and Lee High Schools. Junior Highs were added shortly after and elementary schools are on schedule to start the program in 2012.

“There is a huge need for us as a community to step up and step into the lives of these boys.” Mike Mills, XY-Zone Program Coordinator Reaching At-Risk Males

MISD

The XY-Zone was organized to support and guide adolescent males, ages 15-18, who are struggling to stay in school. The program participants experience a close relationship with a skilled, caring adult male role model. This role model actively recruits other successful male role models to volunteer in mentoring students at the campus before and after school and during the school year.

SHAC (MISD’s Student Health Advisory Committee)

Stonegate Fellowship

First United Methodist Church

XY-Zone was created in Austin through Communities in Schools' Austin affiliate and has been successfully implemented by affiliates in San Antonio, Waco and Houston. These groups all reported that 85% of participants experienced improved grades, attendance and behavior with 98% staying in school. In addition to these results, 81% of the case managed participants stopped or reduced at least one risk taking behavior. Examples of risk taking behaviors range from drug and alcohol abuse to actions that lead to teen parenting and/or incarceration. Communities In Schools of the Permian Basin has worked with the United Way of Midland Whole Child Grant Initiative to secure funding for two employees to attend the XY-Zone training in Austin. Since then, collaborative partnerships have already developed with:

XY-Zone was launched at Midland High School in Fall 2011. Teachers identify possible XY-Zone participants for many different reasons, including leadership potential. Once in the program, the young men meet weekly in a small group with the program coordinator to work on the five Rs -responsibility, relationship-building, respect, reaching out and role models. Boys who attend meetings regularly and participate in community service events will be eligible for special activities. By the end of 2011, eighteen students had started meeting in small groups. Midland High School plans to have 40 students in the program year-round. XY-Zone is designed for boys to stay in the program until graduation and act as mentors to younger students as they enter the program each year. What XY-Zone Participants Have to Say: "You don't have to hold everything in anymore." "You know there's someone you can talk to." “Adults always lecture. We just need someone to listen.”

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Community Impact COMMUNITY INVESTMENT UPDATE United Way of Midland 2011-2012 Program Funding and Community Grants United Way of Midland has the resources, the reach and the experience to handle the big issues of our community. To make Midland a better place to live and work, our efforts are focused on education, self-sufficiency and health – the building blocks of a good life. Each year, the United Way of Midland accepts applications for funding from nonprofits. The Community Investment Committee oversees the annual program allocation processes. Volunteer panels review funding applications and make on-site visits. The committee then brings the panel recommendations to the United Way Board of Directors for approval. The 47 programs receiving funding through the program allocation process are listed below by Focus Areas and Specific Community Outcome. In addition to Program Funding, United Way offered Community Grants to nonprofit health and human service organizations for immediate and creative responses to pressing identified needs in Midland. Grant applications were reviewed by the Community Investment Committee and then brought to the Board for approval. Listed below with the notation (CG) are the 5 programs receiving a 2011-12 United Way Community Grant. Promoting Education Focus Area Community Outcome #1 Children enter school with developmentally-appropriate social, emotional and intellectual skills. Children's Enrichment Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $40,000 Midland Fair Havens Community Outcome #2 Students achieve academic success. After School Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $50,000 Boys & Girls Club

Sports Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $19,000 Summer Day Camp Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $40,000 Boys & Girls Club In-School Leadership Development Program . . . . . $60,000 Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest Communities that Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $47,500 Palmer Drug Abuse Program Opportunity Camp 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $30,000 Transition Jr. High Camp 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $30,000 Unlock Ministries Promoting Health Focus Area Community Outcome #1 Youth and adults avoid risky behavior. HIV/STD Prevention Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $15,000 Midland/Odessa Area AIDS Community Recovery & Education . . . . . . . . . . . . $85,000 (CG) Medication Take Back . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $9,000 Palmer Drug Abuse Program Community Outcome #2 Individuals are physically healthy Health Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $128,000 Casa de Amigos Pharmacy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $37,000 Community Children's Clinic Hippotherapy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $14,000 Midland Children's Rehab Center Basic Healthcare Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $31,000 Basic Activity Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,500 Mission Center Adult Day Service

Adult and Youth Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $58,500 Casa de Amigos

Community Outcome #3 Individuals and families are emotionally healthy.

West Texas Dyslexia Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $25,000 Midland Children's Rehab Center

Voices for Children . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $32,000 CASA of West Texas

Community Outcome #3 Students graduate from high school and successfully transition into self-sufficiency.

Clinical Counseling Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $240,000 Kids First . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $14,500 Post Adoption Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $8,000 (CG) Parenting with a Purpose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $15,000 Centers for Children & Families

CIS – Midland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $60,000 Communities In Schools Community Outcome #4 Youth are engaged, responsible, and contributing members of the community. One-to-One Youth Mentoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $76,400 Big Brothers Big Sisters

WE STAND UNITED BECAUSE THIS IS OUR COMMUNITY, OUR NEIGHBORHOODS, OUR FAMILIES AND OUR FUTURE.

Learning for Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $15,000 Scoutreach - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $55,000 Boy Scouts of America, Buffalo Trail Council

(CG) Respite Care/Parent Connection . . . . . . . . . $15,000 SHARE Community Outcome #4 Individuals and families in crisis have access to responsive and effective health and counseling services. Supportive Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $15,000 Alzheimer's Association

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Community Impact COMMUNITY INVESTMENT UPDATE United Way of Midland 2011-2012 Program Funding and Community Grants United Way of Midland has the resources, the reach and the experience to handle the big issues of our community. To make Midland a better place to live and work, our efforts are focused on education, self-sufficiency and health – the building blocks of a good life. Each year, the United Way of Midland accepts applications for funding from nonprofits. The Community Investment Committee oversees the annual program allocation processes. Volunteer panels review funding applications and make on-site visits. The committee then brings the panel recommendations to the United Way Board of Directors for approval. The 47 programs receiving funding through the program allocation process are listed below by Focus Areas and Specific Community Outcome. In addition to Program Funding, United Way offered Community Grants to nonprofit health and human service organizations for immediate and creative responses to pressing identified needs in Midland. Grant applications were reviewed by the Community Investment Committee and then brought to the Board for approval. Listed below with the notation (CG) are the 5 programs receiving a 2011-12 United Way Community Grant. Promoting Education Focus Area Community Outcome #1 Children enter school with developmentally-appropriate social, emotional and intellectual skills. Children's Enrichment Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $40,000 Midland Fair Havens Community Outcome #2 Students achieve academic success. After School Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $50,000 Boys & Girls Club

Sports Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $19,000 Summer Day Camp Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $40,000 Boys & Girls Club In-School Leadership Development Program . . . . . $60,000 Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest Communities that Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $47,500 Palmer Drug Abuse Program Opportunity Camp 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $30,000 Transition Jr. High Camp 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $30,000 Unlock Ministries Promoting Health Focus Area Community Outcome #1 Youth and adults avoid risky behavior. HIV/STD Prevention Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $15,000 Midland/Odessa Area AIDS Community Recovery & Education . . . . . . . . . . . . $85,000 (CG) Medication Take Back . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $9,000 Palmer Drug Abuse Program Community Outcome #2 Individuals are physically healthy Health Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $128,000 Casa de Amigos Pharmacy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $37,000 Community Children's Clinic Hippotherapy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $14,000 Midland Children's Rehab Center Basic Healthcare Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $31,000 Basic Activity Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,500 Mission Center Adult Day Service

Adult and Youth Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $58,500 Casa de Amigos

Community Outcome #3 Individuals and families are emotionally healthy.

West Texas Dyslexia Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $25,000 Midland Children's Rehab Center

Voices for Children . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $32,000 CASA of West Texas

Community Outcome #3 Students graduate from high school and successfully transition into self-sufficiency.

Clinical Counseling Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $240,000 Kids First . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $14,500 Post Adoption Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $8,000 (CG) Parenting with a Purpose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $15,000 Centers for Children & Families

CIS – Midland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $60,000 Communities In Schools Community Outcome #4 Youth are engaged, responsible, and contributing members of the community. One-to-One Youth Mentoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $76,400 Big Brothers Big Sisters

WE STAND UNITED BECAUSE THIS IS OUR COMMUNITY, OUR NEIGHBORHOODS, OUR FAMILIES AND OUR FUTURE.

Learning for Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $15,000 Scoutreach - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $55,000 Boy Scouts of America, Buffalo Trail Council

(CG) Respite Care/Parent Connection . . . . . . . . . $15,000 SHARE Community Outcome #4 Individuals and families in crisis have access to responsive and effective health and counseling services. Supportive Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $15,000 Alzheimer's Association

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Community Impact Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7,250 Therapy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $37,000 Midland Rape Crisis & CAC Advocacy & Counseling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $38,000 Star Children's Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $22,500 Safe Place of the Permian Basin Intensive Outpatient Treatment & Counseling . . . . $32,000 Medical Detox/Inpatient Residential Treatment . . $85,000 The Springboard Center Promoting Self-Sufficiency Focus Area Community Outcome #1 Individuals and families have the opportunity to achieve economic stability and financial independence. KIDS CARE/C.F. on Wheels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $34,500 CFC Summer Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $15,000 Camp Fire USA

2011 Youth Campaign On April 14, 2011 local high school students participated in the allocation phase of United Way’s Youth Campaign and learned how donations made to United Way of Midland are invested in programs that meet community needs. After learning about programs in each of the three Focus Areas, the students decided how to best invest the $14,870 raised during the Fall 2010 United Way Youth Campaign. They allocated the funds to programs and the totals for each program provider were, as follows: Alzheimer's Association . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $330 American Red Cross . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $307 Big Brothers Big Sisters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $251 Boy Scouts of America . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $502 Boys & Girls Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $753

Self-Sufficiency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $55,000 Casa de Amigos

Camp Fire USA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $921

Senior Companion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $12,500 Foster Grandparent Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $12,500 Community & Senior Services

CASA of West Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $330

Supportive Transitional Housing . . . . . . . . . . . . . $55,000 Midland Fair Havens

Casa de Amigos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $888 Centers for Children & Families . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $990 Communities In Schools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $251 Community & Senior Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $921

Adult Literacy Tutoring Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . $32,000 Midland Need to Read

Community Children's Clinic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $330

Child Development Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $156,500 YMCA

Midland Children's Rehabilitation Center . . . . . . . . . $581

Community Outcome #2 Individuals and families in crisis have access to responsive and effective emergency and basic need services.

Midland Need to Read . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $307

Disaster Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $95,000 American Red Cross

Mission Center Adult Day Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $660

Elderly Nutrition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $80,000 Community & Senior Services

Safe Place . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $967

Girl Scouts of the Desert Soutwest . . . . . . . . . . . . . $502 Midland Fair Havens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $558 Midland/Odessa Area AIDS Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . $637 Midland Rape Crisis Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,276 Palmer Drug Abuse Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $581

Support & Benevolence for PLWA . . . . . . . . . . . . $35,000 Midland/Odessa Area AIDS

The Life Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $251

Crisis Intervention/Volunteer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $17,000 Children's Advocacy Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $30,000 Midland Rape Crisis & CAC

The Springboard Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $660

Shelter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $99,500 Safe Place

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The Salvation Army . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $307 Unlock Ministries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $502 YMCA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $307

Comprehensive/Emergency Shelter . . . . . . . . . . $145,000 (CG) Dining Room Project . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,000 The Salvation Army Community Outcome #3 Individuals and families have the opportunity to live in adequate and affordable housing in safe neighborhoods. (CG) Childcare . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $20,000 Family Promise

WE ENCOURAGE THE TALENTS OF THE YOUNG AND SUPPORT FAMILIES FOR THEY ARE THE HANDS THAT HOLD US TOGETHER.


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Community Impact Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7,250 Therapy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $37,000 Midland Rape Crisis & CAC Advocacy & Counseling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $38,000 Star Children's Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $22,500 Safe Place of the Permian Basin Intensive Outpatient Treatment & Counseling . . . . $32,000 Medical Detox/Inpatient Residential Treatment . . $85,000 The Springboard Center Promoting Self-Sufficiency Focus Area Community Outcome #1 Individuals and families have the opportunity to achieve economic stability and financial independence. KIDS CARE/C.F. on Wheels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $34,500 CFC Summer Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $15,000 Camp Fire USA

2011 Youth Campaign On April 14, 2011 local high school students participated in the allocation phase of United Way’s Youth Campaign and learned how donations made to United Way of Midland are invested in programs that meet community needs. After learning about programs in each of the three Focus Areas, the students decided how to best invest the $14,870 raised during the Fall 2010 United Way Youth Campaign. They allocated the funds to programs and the totals for each program provider were, as follows: Alzheimer's Association . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $330 American Red Cross . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $307 Big Brothers Big Sisters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $251 Boy Scouts of America . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $502 Boys & Girls Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $753

Self-Sufficiency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $55,000 Casa de Amigos

Camp Fire USA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $921

Senior Companion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $12,500 Foster Grandparent Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $12,500 Community & Senior Services

CASA of West Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $330

Supportive Transitional Housing . . . . . . . . . . . . . $55,000 Midland Fair Havens

Casa de Amigos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $888 Centers for Children & Families . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $990 Communities In Schools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $251 Community & Senior Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $921

Adult Literacy Tutoring Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . $32,000 Midland Need to Read

Community Children's Clinic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $330

Child Development Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $156,500 YMCA

Midland Children's Rehabilitation Center . . . . . . . . . $581

Community Outcome #2 Individuals and families in crisis have access to responsive and effective emergency and basic need services.

Midland Need to Read . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $307

Disaster Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $95,000 American Red Cross

Mission Center Adult Day Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $660

Elderly Nutrition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $80,000 Community & Senior Services

Safe Place . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $967

Girl Scouts of the Desert Soutwest . . . . . . . . . . . . . $502 Midland Fair Havens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $558 Midland/Odessa Area AIDS Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . $637 Midland Rape Crisis Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,276 Palmer Drug Abuse Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $581

Support & Benevolence for PLWA . . . . . . . . . . . . $35,000 Midland/Odessa Area AIDS

The Life Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $251

Crisis Intervention/Volunteer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $17,000 Children's Advocacy Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $30,000 Midland Rape Crisis & CAC

The Springboard Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $660

Shelter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $99,500 Safe Place

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The Salvation Army . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $307 Unlock Ministries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $502 YMCA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $307

Comprehensive/Emergency Shelter . . . . . . . . . . $145,000 (CG) Dining Room Project . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,000 The Salvation Army Community Outcome #3 Individuals and families have the opportunity to live in adequate and affordable housing in safe neighborhoods. (CG) Childcare . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $20,000 Family Promise

WE ENCOURAGE THE TALENTS OF THE YOUNG AND SUPPORT FAMILIES FOR THEY ARE THE HANDS THAT HOLD US TOGETHER.


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Community Giving LEADERSHIP GIVERS Leadership givers set the course for others. In our community, many generous and caring individuals have partnered with United Way of Midland to change lives. By making an annual minimum contribution of $1000 or 1.5% of their income, Leadership Givers are an integral part of our efforts to solve community problems and bring measurable, lasting change to the lives of thousands of Midlanders each year. William and Mikell Abney Randy Adams Misty Allen Devin Alsup Gregory Anderson Brad Anderson Nancy R. Anguish Cori Armstead Sandra Arredondo Amanda Atchison R.F. Bailey Clyde W. Bailey Penni Bailey Carol A. Bair Olga T. Banks Angela Barela John A. Barkley Michelle Barnt Wesley Barnt Gregory W. Bartha, MD Debbie Bayes Michelle Bayless Debbie Baze Kelly S. Beal Robert R. Beecherl James J. Behrmann Larry J. Bell Jim and Cynthia Y. Benson Greg and Rachel Berkhouse Ron Betenbough Randy Billingsley Don L. Bishop Dan and Pat Black Jack Blake, Jr. Alice M. Bledsoe William B. Bledsoe Cicely Blumenauer Teresa Bollinger Ismail Boodhwani Almas Boodhwani Richard E. Booth Sharon E. Boren Wesley D. Bownds Cheryl Boyce Ann A. Bradford Rita Bradshaw Stacey Braswell Blake Braun Jan Brockett Don C. Bromley Bill and Julie Brown Lynnette Bruce Cece and A.J. Brune Elizabeth Buchanan Laura and Lindsey Buckner

Tricia Bugg Douglas C. Bunnell Ken and Cathy Burgess Kathy A. Burk Anonymous Lesllie Busby Larry W. Buster Vicki L. Byars Leon G. Byerley, Jr. Frank Kell Cahoon Paul and Teresa Cain Anita Camargo Nancy W. Campbell Danny and Robbie Campbell Sylvester and Mary Cantu Patricia A. Cantu Christie Carillo Rhonda K. Carr Tom S. Carrens Larry and Elizabeth Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Cartwright Drs. Richard and Roberta Case Clay Cash Mary Lou Cassidy Marcia Norton Chabak Douglas H. Christensen Marcella B. Christensen Reb and Molly Clark Amber Clark Andrew and Michelle Cobb Kent L. Coggan Patricia Carol Coleman Forrest B. Collier Mike and Suzanne Conaway John and Lana Cooper J. Craig Corbett Lael Cordes-Pitts Sue Cornelius Kim Cothren Margaret Cowden June Cowden Elaine L. Cowley John P. Cox Cheryl Craig Barbara M. Creager Terry and Cherie Creech John Cross Melody Y. Crowl Terry L. Crowl Larry D. Cunningham Conola Dailing Jimmy Dains Robert and Elizabeth Davenport, Sr. Paul L. Davis, Jr.

Barbara Dazey Kenneth R. Dean Samantha DeLaPena Srikanth R. Deme, MD Robert L. Dent James Denton Ms. Judith H. Devenport Mike and Lori Dodson George F. Doehne Dinah S. Doggett Richard Donnelly Rebecca Dooley Gary D. Douglas Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Tamara Douglas Dechelle Duffy Richard and Margret Dunham Timothy M. Dunn Gary Dupriest Family Lynn and Rhonda Durham Inez Eaden Arlen and Betty Edgar Shawn Edmiston Jay M. Edwards Jennifer Edwards Gary and Debbie Elander June Elkins Tracy K. Elms Harper Estes Jim Evans Brenda S. Evans Phillip R. Everett, DDS Tabatha M. Everett Thomas A. Fago William R. Fair Justen Farr Martha Favila Lorri Fields Janet Fillmore Bob and Mitzi Fortin Jayla Fowler Exa R. Franks Terri Freeman Roger and Alice Freidline Ken Fryrear Amy Fultz Jerry Gahr Pamela Gallick Ray A. Garcia Rafael Garcia Joe P. Garner Ester Garza Donald Gatjanis Lyman Gifford Carmen Gilbo

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Mr. W.H. Gilmore, Jr. Gilbert Glinsmann Emma Gonzales Bill and Susan Granberry Joe H. Guerra Christina Hagan Danny E. Hagins Scott Haimowitz Mr. and Mrs. J. Evetts Haley, Jr. Henry and Jean Halff James E. Hall Linda Hall Linda Hamblin Rachel Hanna Maxine Hannifin Tiffany Hansen Dexter L. Harmon Linda Harrington John Harrington Christine L. Hart Randy Harvey William A. Heck Loy Helm David Henry Lillie G. Heredia Sara Hernandez Jeffrey D. Hewett Scott and Gladys Hickman Dora Hilario Robert W. Hillger Sylvia Hinojosa Gregory D. Hinterlong Anonymous Nolan Hirsch Reesa Holland Kedron A. Holman John Hood Curtis W. Horn Paul and Shari Horne William G. Horne R. Miller Houghton Ellen M. House George M. Hover Bill Huck James E. Huddleston, Jr. Susanna Huff Marta L. Hurst Blue and Crecinda Hyatt Jay and Nancy Isaacs Lynda Y. Jackson Lesley and Steven Jeffcoat David A. Jelf Robert and Lisa Jimenez Estela Jimenez Annie L. Johnson

LEADERSHIP GIVERS (continued) Tom E. Johnson Elizabeth Johnson Coley Johnson Matt R. Johnson Brad and Kim Jones Roy L. Jones Robert Judkins Marilyn Judson Stephen Jumper Anonymous Mary B. Kennedy Will Kiker Jason Kincaid Steven C. Kiser Alan A. and Janetta B. Kleier Ann Kleine Duane K. Knapp Mark E. Kratzer Jayne Krawietz Kenneth D. Krawietz William and Heidi Krueger Randy and Pam Kuiper Sally and Dave Kvasnicka Robyn Laforge Fred Randall Lalk Hope Larez Pat Paxton Larson James R. Lawrence James R. Leeton, Jr. Lagaytha Lewallen Evangeline Lindsey Courtney Lopez Ernest Luna Joe T. Lynch Michael L. Lyon Delma Madrid Ed and Joann Magruder Barbara and Mitch Mamoulides Lori Manning Donette Marble Cecilia Marez Azeneth Marquez Jeanie M. Marsh William S. Marshall Alma Martinez Douglas May Susan Mberenga Billy McAnally Anonymous Melissa McCarty Kristin McClure Guy McCrary Darrell McDonald Brandi McDonald

Betty J. McKim Richard and Jan McMillan Larry and Christy McWilliams Todd and Tiffany Meade Pat Meadows Sherron D. Meeks Dorothy Melzer & The Estate Of Larry Melzer Mark B. Merritt Kimberly and Russell Meyers Kevin Miller Paul D. Miller Phillip Minchew Kimberly B. Modisett Nellie Monarrez Delia Montes Shan and Lisa Moon Aracely Morales LuAnn Morgan Michael T. Morgan Meredith Morgan Jim and Dorothy Moring Paul and Dee Morris Bill Morris Howard A. Morrison Michael R. Mullins Irma Munoz Angel Munoz Rhonda M. Murray Deidra A. Nelson Keith Nelson Rachelle Nickel Joe D. Niederhofer Gillian Niggeler Kim T. Nordstog Vicky L. Nunn Harry Nutter Robin Oden Lisa J. Olgin Dora M. Olivas Evelyn Orellana Thomas W. Ortloff Barbara O'Shaughnessy Sharon and Ken Owens Russell D. Pantermuehl Douglas S. Park, MD Elizabeth Parra Robert and Lindsay Partlow Paul and Megan Pause Debbie Pearson Dr. Rex C. and Sandra Peebles Michelle Pendergrass W. F. Pennebaker Angie Perales

Sonia Perez Alma Perez Joe T. Phillips Kenneth R. Pittaway, MD Kristi Podrazik Fred and Truma Poe Delia Polk Dick and Betty Ann Prentice Charles H. Priddy, Sr. Tana Priest Elizabeth Primeaux Michael Prudencio Steve and Debbie Pruett Margaret Purvis Angie Ramirez Jane B. Ramsland Jackie Rand Wynetta Reasno Michael Rhoads Joan and Cecil Rhodes Earl R. Richardson Robin Richey Rebbecca Richey Michael Rieken Ruth Bell Ritchie Renee Robertson Rodney M. Robinson Charlie and Camille Robinson Gavina Rodriguez Wanda Rogers Ernesto Romero Denise J. Ross Randy and Judy Rouse Scott and Amy Ryburn Reynaldo Sanchez Boyd D. Schaneman Lois H. Scoggins Sarah Scott Mark and Roc'C Semmelbeck Clifford H. Sherrod, Jr. Vondie Silipo Denae Sims Tulsi Dyal Singh, MD Melissa Smart David and Becky Smith Rex Smith Lisa F. and David H. Smith Mark C. Solari Robert A. Spears Charles A. Spence Al Spinks Rosetta Stanford Randy L. Stevens Rowdy R. Stilwell

L. Shane Stokes Bill Stovall Kim and Frank Stowers Marian Sturgeon David A. Sutter Michael Swain Andy and Kim Swinney Leatha Tampke John and Pam Tarr Carol L. Taylor Dana Taylor Kathye Taylor Judy Terry Ramona and Sid Thomas David A. Thomas Trina J. Thomas Charles and Schatzie Tighe William L. Tinslar Tamra and Michael Trigg Leonard Trout Terri Tryson Guadalupe Turner Norma A. Valencia Ramon and Anita Valles Kimberly VanPelt Andrea Vasquez A. J. and Mary Vogel Orin W. Wade Edward C. Wallace Angelica Ward J. D. Ward-Wann Carole Wayland Mike Weller Russell Wheatley C. Mark and J'Lynn Newman Wheeler Family Foundation Tiffany Whitfield Charles Wiggins James and Virginia Wilder Jack B. Wilkinson, Jr. John D. Wilkinson Richard O. Williams Word and Celia Wilson Carl A. Wilson Lena Wilson Gary L. Winter Glenn E. Winters Anonymous Rodney and Julie Woodard Kevin and Paula Yates Tommy Yeager Anissa R. Young Charles M. Younger, MD Lorina S. Zertuche

While every effort is made to accurately recognize every Leadership Giver, recognition in this report is based on information that we receive from employers and individuals. If you’ve been missed, we sincerely apologize. Thank you for your understanding.


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Community Giving LEADERSHIP GIVERS Leadership givers set the course for others. In our community, many generous and caring individuals have partnered with United Way of Midland to change lives. By making an annual minimum contribution of $1000 or 1.5% of their income, Leadership Givers are an integral part of our efforts to solve community problems and bring measurable, lasting change to the lives of thousands of Midlanders each year. William and Mikell Abney Randy Adams Misty Allen Devin Alsup Gregory Anderson Brad Anderson Nancy R. Anguish Cori Armstead Sandra Arredondo Amanda Atchison R.F. Bailey Clyde W. Bailey Penni Bailey Carol A. Bair Olga T. Banks Angela Barela John A. Barkley Michelle Barnt Wesley Barnt Gregory W. Bartha, MD Debbie Bayes Michelle Bayless Debbie Baze Kelly S. Beal Robert R. Beecherl James J. Behrmann Larry J. Bell Jim and Cynthia Y. Benson Greg and Rachel Berkhouse Ron Betenbough Randy Billingsley Don L. Bishop Dan and Pat Black Jack Blake, Jr. Alice M. Bledsoe William B. Bledsoe Cicely Blumenauer Teresa Bollinger Ismail Boodhwani Almas Boodhwani Richard E. Booth Sharon E. Boren Wesley D. Bownds Cheryl Boyce Ann A. Bradford Rita Bradshaw Stacey Braswell Blake Braun Jan Brockett Don C. Bromley Bill and Julie Brown Lynnette Bruce Cece and A.J. Brune Elizabeth Buchanan Laura and Lindsey Buckner

Tricia Bugg Douglas C. Bunnell Ken and Cathy Burgess Kathy A. Burk Anonymous Lesllie Busby Larry W. Buster Vicki L. Byars Leon G. Byerley, Jr. Frank Kell Cahoon Paul and Teresa Cain Anita Camargo Nancy W. Campbell Danny and Robbie Campbell Sylvester and Mary Cantu Patricia A. Cantu Christie Carillo Rhonda K. Carr Tom S. Carrens Larry and Elizabeth Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Cartwright Drs. Richard and Roberta Case Clay Cash Mary Lou Cassidy Marcia Norton Chabak Douglas H. Christensen Marcella B. Christensen Reb and Molly Clark Amber Clark Andrew and Michelle Cobb Kent L. Coggan Patricia Carol Coleman Forrest B. Collier Mike and Suzanne Conaway John and Lana Cooper J. Craig Corbett Lael Cordes-Pitts Sue Cornelius Kim Cothren Margaret Cowden June Cowden Elaine L. Cowley John P. Cox Cheryl Craig Barbara M. Creager Terry and Cherie Creech John Cross Melody Y. Crowl Terry L. Crowl Larry D. Cunningham Conola Dailing Jimmy Dains Robert and Elizabeth Davenport, Sr. Paul L. Davis, Jr.

Barbara Dazey Kenneth R. Dean Samantha DeLaPena Srikanth R. Deme, MD Robert L. Dent James Denton Ms. Judith H. Devenport Mike and Lori Dodson George F. Doehne Dinah S. Doggett Richard Donnelly Rebecca Dooley Gary D. Douglas Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Tamara Douglas Dechelle Duffy Richard and Margret Dunham Timothy M. Dunn Gary Dupriest Family Lynn and Rhonda Durham Inez Eaden Arlen and Betty Edgar Shawn Edmiston Jay M. Edwards Jennifer Edwards Gary and Debbie Elander June Elkins Tracy K. Elms Harper Estes Jim Evans Brenda S. Evans Phillip R. Everett, DDS Tabatha M. Everett Thomas A. Fago William R. Fair Justen Farr Martha Favila Lorri Fields Janet Fillmore Bob and Mitzi Fortin Jayla Fowler Exa R. Franks Terri Freeman Roger and Alice Freidline Ken Fryrear Amy Fultz Jerry Gahr Pamela Gallick Ray A. Garcia Rafael Garcia Joe P. Garner Ester Garza Donald Gatjanis Lyman Gifford Carmen Gilbo

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Community Giving

Mr. W.H. Gilmore, Jr. Gilbert Glinsmann Emma Gonzales Bill and Susan Granberry Joe H. Guerra Christina Hagan Danny E. Hagins Scott Haimowitz Mr. and Mrs. J. Evetts Haley, Jr. Henry and Jean Halff James E. Hall Linda Hall Linda Hamblin Rachel Hanna Maxine Hannifin Tiffany Hansen Dexter L. Harmon Linda Harrington John Harrington Christine L. Hart Randy Harvey William A. Heck Loy Helm David Henry Lillie G. Heredia Sara Hernandez Jeffrey D. Hewett Scott and Gladys Hickman Dora Hilario Robert W. Hillger Sylvia Hinojosa Gregory D. Hinterlong Anonymous Nolan Hirsch Reesa Holland Kedron A. Holman John Hood Curtis W. Horn Paul and Shari Horne William G. Horne R. Miller Houghton Ellen M. House George M. Hover Bill Huck James E. Huddleston, Jr. Susanna Huff Marta L. Hurst Blue and Crecinda Hyatt Jay and Nancy Isaacs Lynda Y. Jackson Lesley and Steven Jeffcoat David A. Jelf Robert and Lisa Jimenez Estela Jimenez Annie L. Johnson

LEADERSHIP GIVERS (continued) Tom E. Johnson Elizabeth Johnson Coley Johnson Matt R. Johnson Brad and Kim Jones Roy L. Jones Robert Judkins Marilyn Judson Stephen Jumper Anonymous Mary B. Kennedy Will Kiker Jason Kincaid Steven C. Kiser Alan A. and Janetta B. Kleier Ann Kleine Duane K. Knapp Mark E. Kratzer Jayne Krawietz Kenneth D. Krawietz William and Heidi Krueger Randy and Pam Kuiper Sally and Dave Kvasnicka Robyn Laforge Fred Randall Lalk Hope Larez Pat Paxton Larson James R. Lawrence James R. Leeton, Jr. Lagaytha Lewallen Evangeline Lindsey Courtney Lopez Ernest Luna Joe T. Lynch Michael L. Lyon Delma Madrid Ed and Joann Magruder Barbara and Mitch Mamoulides Lori Manning Donette Marble Cecilia Marez Azeneth Marquez Jeanie M. Marsh William S. Marshall Alma Martinez Douglas May Susan Mberenga Billy McAnally Anonymous Melissa McCarty Kristin McClure Guy McCrary Darrell McDonald Brandi McDonald

Betty J. McKim Richard and Jan McMillan Larry and Christy McWilliams Todd and Tiffany Meade Pat Meadows Sherron D. Meeks Dorothy Melzer & The Estate Of Larry Melzer Mark B. Merritt Kimberly and Russell Meyers Kevin Miller Paul D. Miller Phillip Minchew Kimberly B. Modisett Nellie Monarrez Delia Montes Shan and Lisa Moon Aracely Morales LuAnn Morgan Michael T. Morgan Meredith Morgan Jim and Dorothy Moring Paul and Dee Morris Bill Morris Howard A. Morrison Michael R. Mullins Irma Munoz Angel Munoz Rhonda M. Murray Deidra A. Nelson Keith Nelson Rachelle Nickel Joe D. Niederhofer Gillian Niggeler Kim T. Nordstog Vicky L. Nunn Harry Nutter Robin Oden Lisa J. Olgin Dora M. Olivas Evelyn Orellana Thomas W. Ortloff Barbara O'Shaughnessy Sharon and Ken Owens Russell D. Pantermuehl Douglas S. Park, MD Elizabeth Parra Robert and Lindsay Partlow Paul and Megan Pause Debbie Pearson Dr. Rex C. and Sandra Peebles Michelle Pendergrass W. F. Pennebaker Angie Perales

Sonia Perez Alma Perez Joe T. Phillips Kenneth R. Pittaway, MD Kristi Podrazik Fred and Truma Poe Delia Polk Dick and Betty Ann Prentice Charles H. Priddy, Sr. Tana Priest Elizabeth Primeaux Michael Prudencio Steve and Debbie Pruett Margaret Purvis Angie Ramirez Jane B. Ramsland Jackie Rand Wynetta Reasno Michael Rhoads Joan and Cecil Rhodes Earl R. Richardson Robin Richey Rebbecca Richey Michael Rieken Ruth Bell Ritchie Renee Robertson Rodney M. Robinson Charlie and Camille Robinson Gavina Rodriguez Wanda Rogers Ernesto Romero Denise J. Ross Randy and Judy Rouse Scott and Amy Ryburn Reynaldo Sanchez Boyd D. Schaneman Lois H. Scoggins Sarah Scott Mark and Roc'C Semmelbeck Clifford H. Sherrod, Jr. Vondie Silipo Denae Sims Tulsi Dyal Singh, MD Melissa Smart David and Becky Smith Rex Smith Lisa F. and David H. Smith Mark C. Solari Robert A. Spears Charles A. Spence Al Spinks Rosetta Stanford Randy L. Stevens Rowdy R. Stilwell

L. Shane Stokes Bill Stovall Kim and Frank Stowers Marian Sturgeon David A. Sutter Michael Swain Andy and Kim Swinney Leatha Tampke John and Pam Tarr Carol L. Taylor Dana Taylor Kathye Taylor Judy Terry Ramona and Sid Thomas David A. Thomas Trina J. Thomas Charles and Schatzie Tighe William L. Tinslar Tamra and Michael Trigg Leonard Trout Terri Tryson Guadalupe Turner Norma A. Valencia Ramon and Anita Valles Kimberly VanPelt Andrea Vasquez A. J. and Mary Vogel Orin W. Wade Edward C. Wallace Angelica Ward J. D. Ward-Wann Carole Wayland Mike Weller Russell Wheatley C. Mark and J'Lynn Newman Wheeler Family Foundation Tiffany Whitfield Charles Wiggins James and Virginia Wilder Jack B. Wilkinson, Jr. John D. Wilkinson Richard O. Williams Word and Celia Wilson Carl A. Wilson Lena Wilson Gary L. Winter Glenn E. Winters Anonymous Rodney and Julie Woodard Kevin and Paula Yates Tommy Yeager Anissa R. Young Charles M. Younger, MD Lorina S. Zertuche

While every effort is made to accurately recognize every Leadership Giver, recognition in this report is based on information that we receive from employers and individuals. If you’ve been missed, we sincerely apologize. Thank you for your understanding.


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Community Giving CORPORATE GIVING

The Alexis de Tocqueville Society®

Thank you to the following companies whose corporate contributions have totaled over $1.2 Million. Corporate leaders in Midland play an integral role in our efforts to solve community problems and bring measurable, lasting change to the lives of thousands of Midlanders each year. 77 Oil Properties, Inc. Abacus Computers, Inc. Abbott Laboratories Aggie Tech Services American State Bank Andeler Corporation Apache Corporation Arrowhead Operating, Inc. AT&T Call Center Atmos Energy Baseline Capital, Ltd. Beach Exploration, Inc. Beal & Wilkes, PC. Betenbough Homes Bill's General Contracting Brazil Pest Control Brooks Financial Group Builders & Homeowners Supply, Inc. C. F. Qualia Operating, Inc. Cal-Mon Oil Company Campbell Construction Company Carter's Furniture, Inc. Centers for Children & Families Charts, Ltd. Chesapeake Operating Co. Chevron Christensen Petroleum Inc. Cimarex Energy Clayton Williams Energy, Inc. Commercial Electronic Supply Community National Bank Compass Hospice, LLC Concho Resources, Inc. ConocoPhillips Corey Sly Electrical Service Inc Corley Paper & Box Company Cowboys Resources Corp. CUDD Energy Services Culligan Water Conditioning Co. of West Texas

Dakota Resources Dawson Geophysical Company Deer Horn Aviation Desert Production, Inc. Dillard's Department Store Dozier Custom Homes, LLC Eagle Rock Drilling, Inc. Earle M. Craig, Jr. Corporation EnCana Oil & Gas Inc. Energen Resources Enterprise Rent-A-Car EOG Resources, Inc. Escondido Resources ExxonMobil Oil Corporation Feagan Gathering Company Federal Express Firestone Tire & Service Centers FirstCapital Bank of Texas Frac Tank Rentals Gary L. Thurman, CPA GE Foundation & Companies Griffin & Griffin Ltd. H.E.B. Henry Resources, LLC Herd Partners, Ltd. Hindu Association of West Texas Hinkle, Hensley, Shanor & Martin, LLP Horizon Mud Company ICON Petroleum Industrial Oils, Inc. Inwest Retirement Solutions J. C. Penney J. W. Mulloy Associates, Inc. Kennedy Minerals LTD Kinder Morgan CO2 Company, LP Kirk & Company, LLP Kohl's Department Store Linn Energy, LLC Lynne Development

Map Resources Master Tubulars, Inc. McClatchy Brothers Trucking MEC Petroleum Corp. Midland Reporter-Telegram Midland Rockhounds Baseball Club Milagros de Gloria, Inc. Mims & Smith Insurance Mineral Technologies Morris, Holmquest, Tidwell & Co. Nadel & Gussman Permian, LLC in honor of Herb Gussman Nationwide Insurance Nissan of Midland Oncor Electric Delivery Onda-Lay Pipe & Rental, Inc. Onyx Contractors, LP Ortloff Technology Group, LLC OXY Permian, Ltd. Parkhill, Smith & Cooper Pecos Operating Company Permian Basin Landmen’s Association Peyton's Bikes Pioneer Natural Resources Co. Pitts Energy Co. Printer Solutions Pumpjacks, Etc. R.K. Petroleum Corporation Raintree Roofing RDR Energy Real Estate One Reliance Energy, Inc. Rendova Oil Co., Inc. Sam Hollis Studio Sam's Club Schumann Engineering Co. Inc. Seaboard Oil Company Security Bank

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Community Giving

Shannon Animal Hospital Society of Petroleum Engineers Sooner Pipe Supply LP Sproles Woodard, LLP Stanolind Oil & Gas LP Stanton Exploration Services, Inc. State Farm Insurance Stubbeman, McRae, Sealy, Laughlin & Browder Subsurface Library Summit Petroleum LLC Target The Insurance Man & Associates The Prairie Foundation The Springboard Center Tommy White Supply Company, Inc. Toyota of Midland T-Rey Properties United Parcel Service Valero Energy Corporation Wagner & Brown, Ltd. Wal-Mart Super Center Weaver, L.L.P. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. West Texas Abstract & Title Company, LLC West Texas Insurance West Texas National Bank West Texas Oil Reports Western National Bank Whiting Petroleum Corporation Williams Companies, Inc. Willow Creek Resources, Inc. XTO Energy Inc. Zachry Oil & Gas Properties Zahir N. Noormohamed, CPA

Only 26 years old when he came to America in 1831, Alexis Charles Henri-Clerel de Tocqueville traveled all over the young nation. Perhaps his most important observation was that Americans helped each other in time of need. He recognized, applauded and immortalized the voluntary spirit that lives in America’s heart. “I must say that I have seen Americans make great and real sacrifices to the public welfare; and have noticed a hundred instances in which they hardly ever failed to lend faithful support to one another.” United Way of America formed the Alexis de Tocqueville (ADT) Society in 1984 to deepen individual understanding of, commitment to, and support of United Way’s work: advancing the common good by creating opportunities for a better life for all. The ADT Society recognizes local philanthropic leaders and volunteer champions around the world who have devoted time, talent, and funds to create long-lasting changes by tackling our communities’ most serious issues. Membership in the ADT Society is granted to individuals who contribute at least $10,000.00 annually to United Way. The ADT Society of Midland was founded in 1988 with 15 charter members. In 2011, the ADT Society of Midland had 52 members.

2011 ALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE SOCIETY OF MIDLAND MEMBERS Abell-Hanger Foundation*

Ted Collins, Jr.

Jon and Kim Morgan

Helen Greathouse Charitable Trust

Don and Beth Crawford

Luke and Lori Morrow

John and Maurine Cox Foundation*

Decker L. Dawson

Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Morrow

The J.E. & L.E. Mabee Foundation*

Mary Anne and Bill Dingus

Mark H. Nicholas

Scharbauer Foundation

Steve and Debbie Gray

Joe and Jan O’Neill

Wayne and Jo Ann Moore

Ryan and Tiffani Hamilton

Pevehouse Family Foundation*

Paula and Jim Henry

Mr. and Mrs. A. William Rutter, Jr.

Jack D. Hightower

Clarence Scharbauer, Jr.

S. Javaid Anwar

Michael Hochman

Kerry and Clarence Scharbauer

Shelley and David H. Arrington

Anonymous

Douglas Scharbauer

Donald W. Bennett

Patricia and Leon Jeffcoat

Anonymous

Cindy and Mike Black

Laquita and Dennis Johnson

Randy Stevens

Rita and Dale Brown

Bob and Donna Landreth

L.D. “Buddy” Sipes, Jr.

Frances and Jack E. Brown*

Bob and Pam Leibrock

Lissa Wagner*

Charitable Foundation Sandra and Jim Alsup

Anonymous

Anonymous

Clayton and Modesta Williams*

Mark and Kathy Bruehl

Anonymous

Claire and Jim Woodcock

Donna and Jim Byerlotzer

Connie and Scott McGraw

David and Amy Wilson

Tracy P. and Mary Jane Clark

Terri and Tim McGraw

*Charter Members


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Community Giving CORPORATE GIVING

The Alexis de Tocqueville Society®

Thank you to the following companies whose corporate contributions have totaled over $1.2 Million. Corporate leaders in Midland play an integral role in our efforts to solve community problems and bring measurable, lasting change to the lives of thousands of Midlanders each year. 77 Oil Properties, Inc. Abacus Computers, Inc. Abbott Laboratories Aggie Tech Services American State Bank Andeler Corporation Apache Corporation Arrowhead Operating, Inc. AT&T Call Center Atmos Energy Baseline Capital, Ltd. Beach Exploration, Inc. Beal & Wilkes, PC. Betenbough Homes Bill's General Contracting Brazil Pest Control Brooks Financial Group Builders & Homeowners Supply, Inc. C. F. Qualia Operating, Inc. Cal-Mon Oil Company Campbell Construction Company Carter's Furniture, Inc. Centers for Children & Families Charts, Ltd. Chesapeake Operating Co. Chevron Christensen Petroleum Inc. Cimarex Energy Clayton Williams Energy, Inc. Commercial Electronic Supply Community National Bank Compass Hospice, LLC Concho Resources, Inc. ConocoPhillips Corey Sly Electrical Service Inc Corley Paper & Box Company Cowboys Resources Corp. CUDD Energy Services Culligan Water Conditioning Co. of West Texas

Dakota Resources Dawson Geophysical Company Deer Horn Aviation Desert Production, Inc. Dillard's Department Store Dozier Custom Homes, LLC Eagle Rock Drilling, Inc. Earle M. Craig, Jr. Corporation EnCana Oil & Gas Inc. Energen Resources Enterprise Rent-A-Car EOG Resources, Inc. Escondido Resources ExxonMobil Oil Corporation Feagan Gathering Company Federal Express Firestone Tire & Service Centers FirstCapital Bank of Texas Frac Tank Rentals Gary L. Thurman, CPA GE Foundation & Companies Griffin & Griffin Ltd. H.E.B. Henry Resources, LLC Herd Partners, Ltd. Hindu Association of West Texas Hinkle, Hensley, Shanor & Martin, LLP Horizon Mud Company ICON Petroleum Industrial Oils, Inc. Inwest Retirement Solutions J. C. Penney J. W. Mulloy Associates, Inc. Kennedy Minerals LTD Kinder Morgan CO2 Company, LP Kirk & Company, LLP Kohl's Department Store Linn Energy, LLC Lynne Development

Map Resources Master Tubulars, Inc. McClatchy Brothers Trucking MEC Petroleum Corp. Midland Reporter-Telegram Midland Rockhounds Baseball Club Milagros de Gloria, Inc. Mims & Smith Insurance Mineral Technologies Morris, Holmquest, Tidwell & Co. Nadel & Gussman Permian, LLC in honor of Herb Gussman Nationwide Insurance Nissan of Midland Oncor Electric Delivery Onda-Lay Pipe & Rental, Inc. Onyx Contractors, LP Ortloff Technology Group, LLC OXY Permian, Ltd. Parkhill, Smith & Cooper Pecos Operating Company Permian Basin Landmen’s Association Peyton's Bikes Pioneer Natural Resources Co. Pitts Energy Co. Printer Solutions Pumpjacks, Etc. R.K. Petroleum Corporation Raintree Roofing RDR Energy Real Estate One Reliance Energy, Inc. Rendova Oil Co., Inc. Sam Hollis Studio Sam's Club Schumann Engineering Co. Inc. Seaboard Oil Company Security Bank

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Community Giving

Shannon Animal Hospital Society of Petroleum Engineers Sooner Pipe Supply LP Sproles Woodard, LLP Stanolind Oil & Gas LP Stanton Exploration Services, Inc. State Farm Insurance Stubbeman, McRae, Sealy, Laughlin & Browder Subsurface Library Summit Petroleum LLC Target The Insurance Man & Associates The Prairie Foundation The Springboard Center Tommy White Supply Company, Inc. Toyota of Midland T-Rey Properties United Parcel Service Valero Energy Corporation Wagner & Brown, Ltd. Wal-Mart Super Center Weaver, L.L.P. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. West Texas Abstract & Title Company, LLC West Texas Insurance West Texas National Bank West Texas Oil Reports Western National Bank Whiting Petroleum Corporation Williams Companies, Inc. Willow Creek Resources, Inc. XTO Energy Inc. Zachry Oil & Gas Properties Zahir N. Noormohamed, CPA

Only 26 years old when he came to America in 1831, Alexis Charles Henri-Clerel de Tocqueville traveled all over the young nation. Perhaps his most important observation was that Americans helped each other in time of need. He recognized, applauded and immortalized the voluntary spirit that lives in America’s heart. “I must say that I have seen Americans make great and real sacrifices to the public welfare; and have noticed a hundred instances in which they hardly ever failed to lend faithful support to one another.” United Way of America formed the Alexis de Tocqueville (ADT) Society in 1984 to deepen individual understanding of, commitment to, and support of United Way’s work: advancing the common good by creating opportunities for a better life for all. The ADT Society recognizes local philanthropic leaders and volunteer champions around the world who have devoted time, talent, and funds to create long-lasting changes by tackling our communities’ most serious issues. Membership in the ADT Society is granted to individuals who contribute at least $10,000.00 annually to United Way. The ADT Society of Midland was founded in 1988 with 15 charter members. In 2011, the ADT Society of Midland had 52 members.

2011 ALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE SOCIETY OF MIDLAND MEMBERS Abell-Hanger Foundation*

Ted Collins, Jr.

Jon and Kim Morgan

Helen Greathouse Charitable Trust

Don and Beth Crawford

Luke and Lori Morrow

John and Maurine Cox Foundation*

Decker L. Dawson

Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Morrow

The J.E. & L.E. Mabee Foundation*

Mary Anne and Bill Dingus

Mark H. Nicholas

Scharbauer Foundation

Steve and Debbie Gray

Joe and Jan O’Neill

Wayne and Jo Ann Moore

Ryan and Tiffani Hamilton

Pevehouse Family Foundation*

Paula and Jim Henry

Mr. and Mrs. A. William Rutter, Jr.

Jack D. Hightower

Clarence Scharbauer, Jr.

S. Javaid Anwar

Michael Hochman

Kerry and Clarence Scharbauer

Shelley and David H. Arrington

Anonymous

Douglas Scharbauer

Donald W. Bennett

Patricia and Leon Jeffcoat

Anonymous

Cindy and Mike Black

Laquita and Dennis Johnson

Randy Stevens

Rita and Dale Brown

Bob and Donna Landreth

L.D. “Buddy” Sipes, Jr.

Frances and Jack E. Brown*

Bob and Pam Leibrock

Lissa Wagner*

Charitable Foundation Sandra and Jim Alsup

Anonymous

Anonymous

Clayton and Modesta Williams*

Mark and Kathy Bruehl

Anonymous

Claire and Jim Woodcock

Donna and Jim Byerlotzer

Connie and Scott McGraw

David and Amy Wilson

Tracy P. and Mary Jane Clark

Terri and Tim McGraw

*Charter Members


REACH

Annual Campaign Giving United Way of Midland is grateful for the many companies who provide their employees the opportunity to learn about United Way’s impact on the community. Many companies give a corporate or company gift and provide incentives such as extra time off or casual dress for those who choose to donate. Volunteers in each of these organizations give of their time to coordinate employee campaigns. Thousands of Midlanders gave during the Annual Campaign. These gifts will support the work of positively impacting our community. Thank you to the dedicated volunteers and generous donors.

XTO Energy and Concho Resources Bustin’ Clay for United Way The 10th Annual XTO Energy and Concho Resources Bustin’ Clay for United Way took place in August 2011. Thanks to the event committee, volunteers, sponsors and over 500 participants, we had a record breaking year raising over $190,025!

Chevron XYZ Network United Way of Midland Shootout Chevron, XYZ Network, Century Graphics, Baker Hughes, Blakely Construction and John Crane Production Solutions sponsored a United Way of Midland Golf Tournament in October 2011. Thank you to all of the sponsors, committee members, volunteers and participants that made this event possible. Thank you to Karmen Bryant, Resource Development Chair, the Resource Development Committee, Loaned Executives, Solicitors, Employee Campaign Coordinators (listed on page 21), and to everyone who made the decision to LIVE UNITED in 2011. Together, united, we can inspire hope and create opportunities for a better tomorrow.

AND WHEN WE REACH OUT A HAND TO ONE, WE INFLUENCE THE CONDITION OF ALL.

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REACH

Annual Campaign Giving United Way of Midland is grateful for the many companies who provide their employees the opportunity to learn about United Way’s impact on the community. Many companies give a corporate or company gift and provide incentives such as extra time off or casual dress for those who choose to donate. Volunteers in each of these organizations give of their time to coordinate employee campaigns. Thousands of Midlanders gave during the Annual Campaign. These gifts will support the work of positively impacting our community. Thank you to the dedicated volunteers and generous donors.

XTO Energy and Concho Resources Bustin’ Clay for United Way The 10th Annual XTO Energy and Concho Resources Bustin’ Clay for United Way took place in August 2011. Thanks to the event committee, volunteers, sponsors and over 500 participants, we had a record breaking year raising over $190,025!

Chevron XYZ Network United Way of Midland Shootout Chevron, XYZ Network, Century Graphics, Baker Hughes, Blakely Construction and John Crane Production Solutions sponsored a United Way of Midland Golf Tournament in October 2011. Thank you to all of the sponsors, committee members, volunteers and participants that made this event possible. Thank you to Karmen Bryant, Resource Development Chair, the Resource Development Committee, Loaned Executives, Solicitors, Employee Campaign Coordinators (listed on page 21), and to everyone who made the decision to LIVE UNITED in 2011. Together, united, we can inspire hope and create opportunities for a better tomorrow.

AND WHEN WE REACH OUT A HAND TO ONE, WE INFLUENCE THE CONDITION OF ALL.

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Community Giving EMPLOYEE GIVING AWARDS PLATINUM CIRCLE AWARD

GOLD AWARD

“THANKS TO YOU” AWARD

(The employees of the following companies gave a per capita gift of $200 or more per employee) American State Bank Betenbough Homes Blue Cross-Blue Shield Buckner & Tilley PC Bullock Scott, PC Centers for Children & Families Community Children's Clinic ConocoPhillips David H. Arrington Oil & Gas Don Crawford & Associates Energen Resources Enterprise Rent-A-Car Henry Resources, LLC Inwest Retirement Solutions Johnson, Miller & Company Legacy Reserves Corp. Lynch, Chappell & Alsup, P.C. Midland Fair Havens, Inc. Nicholas Consulting Group, Inc. O'Neill Properties, Ltd. Ortloff Technology Group, LLC Permian Basin Area Foundation Rendova Oil Co., Inc. Roxwell Performance Drilling Samson Resources Summit Petroleum LLC United Way of Midland, Inc.

(The employees of the following companies gave a per capita gift of $75-99 per employee) Big Brothers Big Sisters Midland Boy Scouts of America, Buffalo Trail Council Commemorative Air Force H.E.B. Midland Chamber of Commerce Midland Memorial Hospital Safe Place of the Permian Basin Wagner & Brown, Ltd. Weaver, L.L.P. Western National Bank

(The employees of the following companies gave a per capita gift of $1-24 per employee) Albertson's Apache Corporation Baker Hughes Basic Energy Services BOPCO, LP Boys & Girls Club of Midland Camp Fire USA West Texas Chapter Commercial State Bank Dawson Geophysical Company Dillard's Department Store Excel High School First Baptist Church Health South Rehabilitation Hospital Mims & Smith Insurance MISD - Abell Junior High School MISD - Anson Jones Elementary School MISD - Athletics MISD - Bonham Elementary School MISD - Bowie Elementary School MISD - Burnet Elementary School MISD - Bush Elementary School MISD - Coleman High School MISD - Fannin Elementary School MISD - Goddard Junior High School MISD - Greathouse Elementary School MISD - Henderson Elementary School MISD - Houston Elementary School MISD - Lee Freshman High School MISD - Lee High School MISD - Long Elementary Students MISD - Midland Academy Charter School MISD - Midland Freshman High School MISD - Midland High School MISD - Milam Elementary School MISD - Parker Elementary School MISD - Plant Services MISD - San Jacinto Junior High School MISD - Santa Rita Elementary School MISD - Scharbauer Elementary School MISD - Transportation MISD - Travis Elementary School MISD - Washington Magnet School MISD - West Early Childhood Center Mission Center Adult Day Service Sam's Club Security Bank Target UBS Financial Services, Inc. Walgreen's Stores Wal-Mart Super Center Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

CENTURY CIRCLE AWARD (The employees of the following companies gave a per capita gift of $100-199 per employee) AT&T Atmos Energy Bank of America Casa de Amigos Centurion Pipeline Chevron Cimarex Energy EOG Resources, Inc. Escondido Resources Fasken Oil & Ranch, Ltd. FirstCapital Bank of Texas Florida Power & Light Great Western Drilling Co. Halliburton Energy Services Hancock Group Mewbourne Oil Company Midland Need To Read Oncor Electric Delivery Parkhill, Smith & Cooper SandRidge Tertiary Sooner Pipe Supply LP The Insurance Man & Associates

SILVER AWARD (The employees of the following companies gave a per capita gift of $50-74 per employee) Alzheimer's Association STAR Chapter Chesapeake Operating Co. Coldwell Banker Covenant Communities In Schools of the Permian Basin Community National Bank Darrell McDonald Realtors Kinder Morgan CO2 Company, LP Linn Energy, LLC Midland College Midland Reporter-Telegram Midland Teen Court Palmer Drug Abuse Program Permian Basin Community Centers Pioneer Natural Resources Co. Sproles Woodard, LLP The Salvation Army of Midland Whiting Petroleum Corporation

BRONZE AWARD (The employees of the following companies gave a per capita gift of $25-49 per employee) Abbott Laboratories American Red Cross Community & Senior Services Concho Resources, Inc. Federal Express Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest Legacy Real Estate MISD - Administration MISD - Carver Elementary School MISD - Crockett Elementary School MISD - DeZavala Elementary School MISD - Early College High School MISD - Emerson Elementary School MISD - Lamar Elementary School MISD - Pease Magnet School MISD - Rusk Elementary School MISD - South Elementary School Morris, Holmquest, Tidwell & Co. Reliance Energy, Inc. Stubbeman, McRae, Sealy, Laughlin & Browder The Springboard Center Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. XTO Energy, Inc. YMCA of Midland

BELIEVE

While every effort is made to accurately recognize every company and Leadership Giver that participates in the United Way campaign, recognition in this report is based on information that we receive from companies, employers and individuals at the time of printing. If you’ve been missed, we sincerely apologize. Thank you for your understanding.

WE BELIEVE THAT THERE’S GOOD AROUND US, AND IT’S OUR PRIVILEGE TO HELP IT GROW.


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Community Giving EMPLOYEE GIVING AWARDS PLATINUM CIRCLE AWARD

GOLD AWARD

“THANKS TO YOU” AWARD

(The employees of the following companies gave a per capita gift of $200 or more per employee) American State Bank Betenbough Homes Blue Cross-Blue Shield Buckner & Tilley PC Bullock Scott, PC Centers for Children & Families Community Children's Clinic ConocoPhillips David H. Arrington Oil & Gas Don Crawford & Associates Energen Resources Enterprise Rent-A-Car Henry Resources, LLC Inwest Retirement Solutions Johnson, Miller & Company Legacy Reserves Corp. Lynch, Chappell & Alsup, P.C. Midland Fair Havens, Inc. Nicholas Consulting Group, Inc. O'Neill Properties, Ltd. Ortloff Technology Group, LLC Permian Basin Area Foundation Rendova Oil Co., Inc. Roxwell Performance Drilling Samson Resources Summit Petroleum LLC United Way of Midland, Inc.

(The employees of the following companies gave a per capita gift of $75-99 per employee) Big Brothers Big Sisters Midland Boy Scouts of America, Buffalo Trail Council Commemorative Air Force H.E.B. Midland Chamber of Commerce Midland Memorial Hospital Safe Place of the Permian Basin Wagner & Brown, Ltd. Weaver, L.L.P. Western National Bank

(The employees of the following companies gave a per capita gift of $1-24 per employee) Albertson's Apache Corporation Baker Hughes Basic Energy Services BOPCO, LP Boys & Girls Club of Midland Camp Fire USA West Texas Chapter Commercial State Bank Dawson Geophysical Company Dillard's Department Store Excel High School First Baptist Church Health South Rehabilitation Hospital Mims & Smith Insurance MISD - Abell Junior High School MISD - Anson Jones Elementary School MISD - Athletics MISD - Bonham Elementary School MISD - Bowie Elementary School MISD - Burnet Elementary School MISD - Bush Elementary School MISD - Coleman High School MISD - Fannin Elementary School MISD - Goddard Junior High School MISD - Greathouse Elementary School MISD - Henderson Elementary School MISD - Houston Elementary School MISD - Lee Freshman High School MISD - Lee High School MISD - Long Elementary Students MISD - Midland Academy Charter School MISD - Midland Freshman High School MISD - Midland High School MISD - Milam Elementary School MISD - Parker Elementary School MISD - Plant Services MISD - San Jacinto Junior High School MISD - Santa Rita Elementary School MISD - Scharbauer Elementary School MISD - Transportation MISD - Travis Elementary School MISD - Washington Magnet School MISD - West Early Childhood Center Mission Center Adult Day Service Sam's Club Security Bank Target UBS Financial Services, Inc. Walgreen's Stores Wal-Mart Super Center Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

CENTURY CIRCLE AWARD (The employees of the following companies gave a per capita gift of $100-199 per employee) AT&T Atmos Energy Bank of America Casa de Amigos Centurion Pipeline Chevron Cimarex Energy EOG Resources, Inc. Escondido Resources Fasken Oil & Ranch, Ltd. FirstCapital Bank of Texas Florida Power & Light Great Western Drilling Co. Halliburton Energy Services Hancock Group Mewbourne Oil Company Midland Need To Read Oncor Electric Delivery Parkhill, Smith & Cooper SandRidge Tertiary Sooner Pipe Supply LP The Insurance Man & Associates

SILVER AWARD (The employees of the following companies gave a per capita gift of $50-74 per employee) Alzheimer's Association STAR Chapter Chesapeake Operating Co. Coldwell Banker Covenant Communities In Schools of the Permian Basin Community National Bank Darrell McDonald Realtors Kinder Morgan CO2 Company, LP Linn Energy, LLC Midland College Midland Reporter-Telegram Midland Teen Court Palmer Drug Abuse Program Permian Basin Community Centers Pioneer Natural Resources Co. Sproles Woodard, LLP The Salvation Army of Midland Whiting Petroleum Corporation

BRONZE AWARD (The employees of the following companies gave a per capita gift of $25-49 per employee) Abbott Laboratories American Red Cross Community & Senior Services Concho Resources, Inc. Federal Express Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest Legacy Real Estate MISD - Administration MISD - Carver Elementary School MISD - Crockett Elementary School MISD - DeZavala Elementary School MISD - Early College High School MISD - Emerson Elementary School MISD - Lamar Elementary School MISD - Pease Magnet School MISD - Rusk Elementary School MISD - South Elementary School Morris, Holmquest, Tidwell & Co. Reliance Energy, Inc. Stubbeman, McRae, Sealy, Laughlin & Browder The Springboard Center Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. XTO Energy, Inc. YMCA of Midland

BELIEVE

While every effort is made to accurately recognize every company and Leadership Giver that participates in the United Way campaign, recognition in this report is based on information that we receive from companies, employers and individuals at the time of printing. If you’ve been missed, we sincerely apologize. Thank you for your understanding.

WE BELIEVE THAT THERE’S GOOD AROUND US, AND IT’S OUR PRIVILEGE TO HELP IT GROW.


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Financial Statement

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Financial Statement

Statement of Financial Position

Statem ent of Activ ities For the Year Ended December 31, 2011

December 31, 2011 ASSETS

Unrestricted

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

Land, Building Current & Equipment Fund Fund

Current Fund - Unrestricted Current assets: Cash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Certificates of deposit and other cash investments. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marketable securities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pledges receivable, less allowance for uncollectible accounts of $228,057 Acccrued interest & other current assets . Total current assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Total Assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

.. $ .. .. . . . .

309,679 2,306,466 2,565,609

. 936,449 . 15,387 . 6,133,590 . $ 6,133,590

Current liabilities: Accounts payable and other . . . . Due to (from) other funds . . . . . . Due to program providers . . . . . . Due to state & national affiliates . Grants payable . . . . . . . . . . . . . Total current liabilities . . . . . . . . .

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. . . . . .

. $ 114,436 . 10,751 . 3,605,151 . 40,741 . 345,503 . 4,116,582

Net assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,017,008 Total Liabilities and Net Assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,133,590

Land, Building & Equipment Fund - Unrestricted Property and equipment: Land. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Building . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Furniture, fixtures and equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Total property & equipment. . . . Less accumulated depreciation . Net property & equipment . . . . Total Assets. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

....... .......

$

. . . . .

184,050 525,740 (293,448) 232,292 $ 232,292

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

61,380 280,310

Current liabilities: Due to (from) other funds . . . . . . . . . . . . Total current liabilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

$

Net assets. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Total Liabilities and Net Assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(10,751) (10,751) 243,043

$ 232,292

Change in net assets: Support and revenues: Total funds raised Less specific designations Campaign contributions Sponsorship and other contributions Change in Value of future interest Investment earnings (loss) Total Support & Revenues Expenses: Program service General and administrative National and state affiliate dues Fundraising Total Expenses

$ 3,547,470 $ (9,331)

Priority Grant Fund

United Way Permanent Fund

Total Unrestricted

Temporarily Permanently Restricted Restricted

– $ –

– $ –

– $ 3,547,470 $ – (9,331)

– $ –

– –

3,538,139

3,538,139

8,782

100

8,882

– 135,118 3,682,039

– – –

– 106 106

– (19,407) (19,307)

– 115,817 3,662,838

– – –

– – –

3,057,394 205,983

2,342 5,638

– –

– 9,768

3,059,736 221,389

– –

– –

45,366 276,881 3,585,624

– 6,568 14,548

– – –

– – 9,768

45,366 283,449 3,609,940

– – –

– – –

96,415 1,802,447 80,646

(14,548) 257,591 –

52,898 2,712,133 –

– 1,952,582 –

– 500,000

Priority Grant Fund - Unrestricted Current Assets: Cash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

$

Total current assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Total Assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

0 0

$

0

Current liabilities: Due to (from) other funds . Total current liabilities . . . . Net assets: Endowment fund . . . . . . . Income fund . . . . . . . . . . Total Net Assets . . . . . . . . Total Liabilities and Net Assets . . . . . . . . . . .

........... ...........

$

........... ........... ........... ...........

0 0 0 0 0

$

0

United Way Permanent Fund - Unrestricted Investments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

$

542,480

Net Assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

$ 542,480

Total Assets, Liabilities & Net Assets - All Unrestricted Funds Total Unrestricted Assets . . . . . . . . . . . . .

$ 6,908,362

Total Liabilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Total Unrestricted Net Assets . . . . . . . . . .

$4,105,831 2,802,531

Total Assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

$ 6,908,362

Total Liabilities and Net Assets

$6,908,362

Temporarily Restricted Future Interest Future Interest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

$ 1,952,582

Temporarily Restricted Net Assets . . . . . . .

$1,952,582

Permanently Restricted Certificates of deposit and other cash investments . . . . . . . . . . . . .

$

500,000

Permanently Restricted Net Assets . . . . . .

$ 500,000

Change in net assets Net assets - beginning of year Net asset transfers Restoration of prior allocations not paid Net Assets - End of Year

37,500 $ 2,017,008 $

– 243,043 $

106 80,540 (80,646) – – $

(29,075) 571,555 –

– – 37,500 542,480 $ 2,802,531 $ 1,952,582 $ 500,000

2011 Finance Committee Members Cynthia Y. Benson++ United Way of Midland, Inc. Shelly Chapple** Stanolind Operating Corp David Henry Henry Resources Ellen M. House Midland Independent School District Steven T. Jeffcoat Johnson, Miller & Company, P.C. Jayne Krawietz Concho Resources, Inc. Siri Langston Community Member Shan Moon The Don Evans Group

Zahir N. Noormohamed Zahir N. Noormohamed, CPA David A. O'Neil** Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Martin F. Ruehl FirstCapital Bank of Texas Chris Robin Mazda of Midland Frank K. Stowers Texas Capital Bank Kathye Taylor++ United Way of Midland Ramona A. Thomas Permian Basin Community Centers

LEGEND ++UWM Staff **Resigned


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Financial Statement

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Financial Statement

Statement of Financial Position

Statem ent of Activ ities For the Year Ended December 31, 2011

December 31, 2011 ASSETS

Unrestricted

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

Land, Building Current & Equipment Fund Fund

Current Fund - Unrestricted Current assets: Cash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Certificates of deposit and other cash investments. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marketable securities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pledges receivable, less allowance for uncollectible accounts of $228,057 Acccrued interest & other current assets . Total current assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Total Assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

.. $ .. .. . . . .

309,679 2,306,466 2,565,609

. 936,449 . 15,387 . 6,133,590 . $ 6,133,590

Current liabilities: Accounts payable and other . . . . Due to (from) other funds . . . . . . Due to program providers . . . . . . Due to state & national affiliates . Grants payable . . . . . . . . . . . . . Total current liabilities . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . .

. . . . . .

. . . . . .

. . . . . .

. . . . . .

. . . . . .

. $ 114,436 . 10,751 . 3,605,151 . 40,741 . 345,503 . 4,116,582

Net assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,017,008 Total Liabilities and Net Assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,133,590

Land, Building & Equipment Fund - Unrestricted Property and equipment: Land. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Building . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Furniture, fixtures and equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Total property & equipment. . . . Less accumulated depreciation . Net property & equipment . . . . Total Assets. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

....... .......

$

. . . . .

184,050 525,740 (293,448) 232,292 $ 232,292

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . .

61,380 280,310

Current liabilities: Due to (from) other funds . . . . . . . . . . . . Total current liabilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

$

Net assets. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Total Liabilities and Net Assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(10,751) (10,751) 243,043

$ 232,292

Change in net assets: Support and revenues: Total funds raised Less specific designations Campaign contributions Sponsorship and other contributions Change in Value of future interest Investment earnings (loss) Total Support & Revenues Expenses: Program service General and administrative National and state affiliate dues Fundraising Total Expenses

$ 3,547,470 $ (9,331)

Priority Grant Fund

United Way Permanent Fund

Total Unrestricted

Temporarily Permanently Restricted Restricted

– $ –

– $ –

– $ 3,547,470 $ – (9,331)

– $ –

– –

3,538,139

3,538,139

8,782

100

8,882

– 135,118 3,682,039

– – –

– 106 106

– (19,407) (19,307)

– 115,817 3,662,838

– – –

– – –

3,057,394 205,983

2,342 5,638

– –

– 9,768

3,059,736 221,389

– –

– –

45,366 276,881 3,585,624

– 6,568 14,548

– – –

– – 9,768

45,366 283,449 3,609,940

– – –

– – –

96,415 1,802,447 80,646

(14,548) 257,591 –

52,898 2,712,133 –

– 1,952,582 –

– 500,000

Priority Grant Fund - Unrestricted Current Assets: Cash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

$

Total current assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Total Assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

0 0

$

0

Current liabilities: Due to (from) other funds . Total current liabilities . . . . Net assets: Endowment fund . . . . . . . Income fund . . . . . . . . . . Total Net Assets . . . . . . . . Total Liabilities and Net Assets . . . . . . . . . . .

........... ...........

$

........... ........... ........... ...........

0 0 0 0 0

$

0

United Way Permanent Fund - Unrestricted Investments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

$

542,480

Net Assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

$ 542,480

Total Assets, Liabilities & Net Assets - All Unrestricted Funds Total Unrestricted Assets . . . . . . . . . . . . .

$ 6,908,362

Total Liabilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Total Unrestricted Net Assets . . . . . . . . . .

$4,105,831 2,802,531

Total Assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

$ 6,908,362

Total Liabilities and Net Assets

$6,908,362

Temporarily Restricted Future Interest Future Interest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

$ 1,952,582

Temporarily Restricted Net Assets . . . . . . .

$1,952,582

Permanently Restricted Certificates of deposit and other cash investments . . . . . . . . . . . . .

$

500,000

Permanently Restricted Net Assets . . . . . .

$ 500,000

Change in net assets Net assets - beginning of year Net asset transfers Restoration of prior allocations not paid Net Assets - End of Year

37,500 $ 2,017,008 $

– 243,043 $

106 80,540 (80,646) – – $

(29,075) 571,555 –

– – 37,500 542,480 $ 2,802,531 $ 1,952,582 $ 500,000

2011 Finance Committee Members Cynthia Y. Benson++ United Way of Midland, Inc. Shelly Chapple** Stanolind Operating Corp David Henry Henry Resources Ellen M. House Midland Independent School District Steven T. Jeffcoat Johnson, Miller & Company, P.C. Jayne Krawietz Concho Resources, Inc. Siri Langston Community Member Shan Moon The Don Evans Group

Zahir N. Noormohamed Zahir N. Noormohamed, CPA David A. O'Neil** Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Martin F. Ruehl FirstCapital Bank of Texas Chris Robin Mazda of Midland Frank K. Stowers Texas Capital Bank Kathye Taylor++ United Way of Midland Ramona A. Thomas Permian Basin Community Centers

LEGEND ++UWM Staff **Resigned


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Volunteers and Sponsors 2011 Strategic Planning Committee Cynthia Y. Benson++ Alice Freidline++ Jayne Krawietz Steven T. Jeffcoat Shan Moon David A. O’Neil** Ramona A. Thomas Deana M. Savage

2011 Strategic Planning Task Forces Resource Development Task Force David A. O’Neil - Team Leader** Cynthia Y. Benson++ Ryan Hamilton Jayne Krawietz Bob Landreth Mitch Mamoulides Shan Moon Mark Nicholas Denise Perkins++** Whitney Roland++ Martin F. Ruehl Mark Wheeler Community Investment Task Force Deana M. Savage - Team Leader Ramona A. Thomas Team Leader Cynthia Y. Benson++ Brandon M. Black Alice Freidline++ Christy James Alison King++ Jayne Krawietz Shan Moon David H. Smith Public Policy/Advocacy Task Force Ellen M. House - Team Leader Cynthia Y. Benson++ Steven T. Jeffcoat Alison King++ Jayne Krawietz Denise Perkins++** Ed Wuthrich Needs Assessment Task Force Sylvester Cantu - Team Leader Mark Palmer - Team Leader Rebecca Bell Cynthia Y. Benson++ Shelly Chapple** Alice Freidline++ Jayne Krawietz Bruce Lowe Bill Maurer Shan Moon Bob Murphy Megan Pausé

2011 Community Impact Committee Cynthia Y. Benson++ Brandon M. Black Shelly Chapple** Alice Freidline++ Ellen M. House Alison King++ Jane Krawietz Jody Louder Todd Meade Martin F. Ruehl Dan Robison Deana M. Savage Andy Shaffer Amanda Siruta Ramona A. Thomas

2011 Community Investment Volunteers Promoting Health Evan Burrer Blake Cauthen Nancy Davis Megan Dorfner Diana Duran++ Kelton Edwards Debbie Gray Shannon Lawrence Brent Lunsford Whitney Roland++ Doug Schmidt Trisha Schumann Betty Shaffer Amanda Siruta Promoting Education Jeremy Bishop Eric Calderon Kelly Ford Maridell Fryar Austin Frye Jacob Hooper Rodger Horton Kim Kincaid Todd Meade Meredith Morgan Denise Perkins++ Justin Roland Andy Shaffer Ricky Wright Barbara Yarbrough Promoting Self-Sufficiency Stephen Forbes Donna Forest Patrick Godwin Cari Guerrero Melanie Horton Jody Louder

Eva Luna Kristine Martinez Lisa Moon Dick Prentice Martin F. Ruehl Jana Saldivar John Sowell Angie Wilson

2011 Loaned Executives

2011 Resource Development Committee

Mitchell Mamoulides Chevron

James Alsup Lynch, Chappell & Alsup, P.C.

Todd Meade Chevron

Cynthia Y. Benson++ United Way of Midland

Joe T. Phillips Sooner Pipe & Supply LP

Karmen Bryant Community Volunteer Ryan Hamilton Summit Petroleum LLC Bob Landreth Robert E. Landreth Mitchell Mamoulides Chevron Todd Meade Chevron Bob Murphy H.E.B. Joe T. Phillips Sooner Pipe & Supply LP C. Mark Wheeler CMW Investments, Inc. Whitney Roland ++ United Way of Midland

Marsha Crawford Liz Rose Pam Young

2011 Energy Team Committee Ryan Hamilton Summit Petroleum LLC

2011 XTO & Concho Resources Bustin’ Clay for United Way Committee Kendall Chance Gary Lankford Richard Lauderdale Marcela Munoz Jimmy Roark Whitney Roland++ Marvis Schneider Janie Snelson Kathye Taylor++ Chevron XYZ Network United Way of Midland Golf Shootout Committee Kevin Hinshaw Adam Kalb Kathye Taylor++

2011 Solicitors 2011 ADT Committee James Alsup Lynch, Chappell & Alsup, P.C. Cynthia Y. Benson++ United Way of Midland Steven T. Jeffcoat Johnson, Miller & Company Dennis Johnson Summit Petroleum Bob Landreth Robert E. Landreth Shan Moon The Don Evans Group, Ltd. LuAnn Morgan Cavallo Energy Denise Perkins++** United Way of Midland

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Volunteers and Sponsors

Lou Ann Adams James Alsup David Arrington Blake Barnes Cynthia Y. Benson++ Kevin Blonkvist Michael Blonkvist Cary Brown Ben Broyles Jim Byerlotzer Scott Byrd Danny Campbell Marsha Crawford Steve Deffenbaugh Arlen Edgar Jerry Gahr Steven D. Gray Ryan Hamilton Karmen Bryant Tevis Herd T. Scott Hickman Nona Hopkins Rodger Horton Steven T. Jeffcoat Dennis Johnson Randy Kuiper

Jon Lambdin Bob Landreth Gary Lankford Paul Lerwick Joey Maldonado Mitchell Mamoulides Donette Marble Todd Meade Rick Mitchell Shan Moon LuAnn Morgan Thomas Ortloff Bill Patterson Pat Paxton-Larson Denise Perkins++** Joe T. Phillips Mark Roberts Charlie Robinson Whitney Roland++ Liz Rose Seth Sawyer Amanda Siruta Janie Snelson Jason South Charles Spence Frank Stowers Schatzie Tighe Jay Tucker Blade Van Stavern Amalia Velasquez Eric Westphal C. Mark Wheeler Chris Whigham Jane Wolf Tom Woodside Casey Zachry ++UWM Staff **Resigned

2011 Employee Campaign Coordinators David Smith Abell-Hanger Foundation Tony Zuniga Albertson's Debbie Erdwurm Alzheimer's Association STAR Chapter James Parks American Red Cross Suzanne Hill American State Bank Brandy Allen Patti Hancock AT&T Call Center Alice Bledsoe Lewis Hassler Atmos Energy Lisa VanderZanden Bank of America

Ron Betenbough Betenbough Homes

Mark Semmelbeck Escondido Resources

Kay Crites Big Brothers Big Sisters Midland

Lena Buck Rick Maloney Excel High School

Annette Childers BOPCO, LP

Chase Davis ExxonMobil Oil Corporation

Tracy Macilro Boy Scouts of America, Buffalo Trail Council

Deborah Williams Fasken Oil & Ranch, Ltd.

Ann Bohannon Buckner & Tilley PC

Kelton Edwards Jana Saldivar FirstCapital Bank of Texas

William Shuey Camp Fire USA West Texas Chapter

Marnell Fox Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest

Dinah Doggett Dianne Fischer Casa de Amigos

Bob Murphy H. E. B.

Judy Terry Centers for Children & Families

John Nava Halliburton Energy Services

Danielle McCoy Chesapeake Operating Co.

Derrick Jones Health South Rehabilitation Hospital

Dolores Vick Chevron

Barbara Truitt Henry Resources, LLC

Karol Mayo Cimarex Energy

Jill Rogers Hy-Bon Engineering

Carolyn Schoolcraft City of Midland

Tanya Moore Inwest Retirement Solutions

Damon Crelia Coldwell Banker Covenant

Sharon Boren Johnson, Miller & Company

Elva Aguilar Communities In Schools of the Permian Basin

Michelle Ellwood Key Energy Services, Inc.

Amanda Gunter Community & Senior Services Ann Forest Paula Larsson Community National Bank

Kerry Miller Lori Thorp Kinder Morgan CO2 Company, LP Alice Clough Kohl's Department Store

Elizabeth Stout Concho Resources, Inc.

Amanda Siruta Legacy Real Estate

James Buzan ConocoPhillips

Jenice Dye Legacy Reserves Corp.

Michael Hall Cotton, Bledsoe, Tighe & Dawson

Vickie Henderson Linn Energy, LLC

Ric Baccus Dawson Geophysical Company Molly Wright Dillard's Department Store Andrew Cobb Energen Resources Erik Jones Enterprise Rent-A-Car Victoria Saxe EOG Resources, Inc.

Jeanie Van Vranken Lynch, Chappell & Alsup, P.C. Shelly Pope Midland Chamber of Commerce Bahola Edwards Midland College Kimberly Modisett Midland Memorial Hospital Patti Groce Midland Need To Read

Debbie Bounds Midland Reporter-Telegram Melissa Horner MISD - Abell Junior High Teresa Garcia Elise Kail Anita Valles MISD – Administration Wendy Parsley MISD - Alamo Junior High Karrie Miller MISD - Anson Jones Elementary Jana Harris MISD - Bonham Elementary Carol Brooks MISD - Bowie Elementary Jodie Baugh Yvette Lozano MISD - Bunche Early Childhood Center Celina Rodriguez MISD - Burnet Elementary Jolene Holladay MISD - Bush Elementary Jan Rhodes MISD - Carver Elementary Michelle Helms MISD - Child Nutrition Services Calina Martinez MISD - Crockett Elementary Melissa Torres MISD - DeZavala Elementary Liliana Ortega MISD - Early College High Sue Shelton MISD - Emerson Elementary Tracy Dixon MISD - Fannin Elementary Hillary Lovell MISD - Goddard Junior High Elma Herrera MISD - Henderson Elementary April Strickland MISD - Houston Elementary Anna Clements MISD - Lamar Elementary Timothy Cates MISD - Lee Freshman High Mary Helen Livingston MISD - Lee High Linda Whitlow MISD - Long Elementary Heather Robinson MISD - Midland Freshman High Summer Van MISD - Midland High Sarah Lewicki CONTINUED ON BACK COVER


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Volunteers and Sponsors 2011 Strategic Planning Committee Cynthia Y. Benson++ Alice Freidline++ Jayne Krawietz Steven T. Jeffcoat Shan Moon David A. O’Neil** Ramona A. Thomas Deana M. Savage

2011 Strategic Planning Task Forces Resource Development Task Force David A. O’Neil - Team Leader** Cynthia Y. Benson++ Ryan Hamilton Jayne Krawietz Bob Landreth Mitch Mamoulides Shan Moon Mark Nicholas Denise Perkins++** Whitney Roland++ Martin F. Ruehl Mark Wheeler Community Investment Task Force Deana M. Savage - Team Leader Ramona A. Thomas Team Leader Cynthia Y. Benson++ Brandon M. Black Alice Freidline++ Christy James Alison King++ Jayne Krawietz Shan Moon David H. Smith Public Policy/Advocacy Task Force Ellen M. House - Team Leader Cynthia Y. Benson++ Steven T. Jeffcoat Alison King++ Jayne Krawietz Denise Perkins++** Ed Wuthrich Needs Assessment Task Force Sylvester Cantu - Team Leader Mark Palmer - Team Leader Rebecca Bell Cynthia Y. Benson++ Shelly Chapple** Alice Freidline++ Jayne Krawietz Bruce Lowe Bill Maurer Shan Moon Bob Murphy Megan Pausé

2011 Community Impact Committee Cynthia Y. Benson++ Brandon M. Black Shelly Chapple** Alice Freidline++ Ellen M. House Alison King++ Jane Krawietz Jody Louder Todd Meade Martin F. Ruehl Dan Robison Deana M. Savage Andy Shaffer Amanda Siruta Ramona A. Thomas

2011 Community Investment Volunteers Promoting Health Evan Burrer Blake Cauthen Nancy Davis Megan Dorfner Diana Duran++ Kelton Edwards Debbie Gray Shannon Lawrence Brent Lunsford Whitney Roland++ Doug Schmidt Trisha Schumann Betty Shaffer Amanda Siruta Promoting Education Jeremy Bishop Eric Calderon Kelly Ford Maridell Fryar Austin Frye Jacob Hooper Rodger Horton Kim Kincaid Todd Meade Meredith Morgan Denise Perkins++ Justin Roland Andy Shaffer Ricky Wright Barbara Yarbrough Promoting Self-Sufficiency Stephen Forbes Donna Forest Patrick Godwin Cari Guerrero Melanie Horton Jody Louder

Eva Luna Kristine Martinez Lisa Moon Dick Prentice Martin F. Ruehl Jana Saldivar John Sowell Angie Wilson

2011 Loaned Executives

2011 Resource Development Committee

Mitchell Mamoulides Chevron

James Alsup Lynch, Chappell & Alsup, P.C.

Todd Meade Chevron

Cynthia Y. Benson++ United Way of Midland

Joe T. Phillips Sooner Pipe & Supply LP

Karmen Bryant Community Volunteer Ryan Hamilton Summit Petroleum LLC Bob Landreth Robert E. Landreth Mitchell Mamoulides Chevron Todd Meade Chevron Bob Murphy H.E.B. Joe T. Phillips Sooner Pipe & Supply LP C. Mark Wheeler CMW Investments, Inc. Whitney Roland ++ United Way of Midland

Marsha Crawford Liz Rose Pam Young

2011 Energy Team Committee Ryan Hamilton Summit Petroleum LLC

2011 XTO & Concho Resources Bustin’ Clay for United Way Committee Kendall Chance Gary Lankford Richard Lauderdale Marcela Munoz Jimmy Roark Whitney Roland++ Marvis Schneider Janie Snelson Kathye Taylor++ Chevron XYZ Network United Way of Midland Golf Shootout Committee Kevin Hinshaw Adam Kalb Kathye Taylor++

2011 Solicitors 2011 ADT Committee James Alsup Lynch, Chappell & Alsup, P.C. Cynthia Y. Benson++ United Way of Midland Steven T. Jeffcoat Johnson, Miller & Company Dennis Johnson Summit Petroleum Bob Landreth Robert E. Landreth Shan Moon The Don Evans Group, Ltd. LuAnn Morgan Cavallo Energy Denise Perkins++** United Way of Midland

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Volunteers and Sponsors

Lou Ann Adams James Alsup David Arrington Blake Barnes Cynthia Y. Benson++ Kevin Blonkvist Michael Blonkvist Cary Brown Ben Broyles Jim Byerlotzer Scott Byrd Danny Campbell Marsha Crawford Steve Deffenbaugh Arlen Edgar Jerry Gahr Steven D. Gray Ryan Hamilton Karmen Bryant Tevis Herd T. Scott Hickman Nona Hopkins Rodger Horton Steven T. Jeffcoat Dennis Johnson Randy Kuiper

Jon Lambdin Bob Landreth Gary Lankford Paul Lerwick Joey Maldonado Mitchell Mamoulides Donette Marble Todd Meade Rick Mitchell Shan Moon LuAnn Morgan Thomas Ortloff Bill Patterson Pat Paxton-Larson Denise Perkins++** Joe T. Phillips Mark Roberts Charlie Robinson Whitney Roland++ Liz Rose Seth Sawyer Amanda Siruta Janie Snelson Jason South Charles Spence Frank Stowers Schatzie Tighe Jay Tucker Blade Van Stavern Amalia Velasquez Eric Westphal C. Mark Wheeler Chris Whigham Jane Wolf Tom Woodside Casey Zachry ++UWM Staff **Resigned

2011 Employee Campaign Coordinators David Smith Abell-Hanger Foundation Tony Zuniga Albertson's Debbie Erdwurm Alzheimer's Association STAR Chapter James Parks American Red Cross Suzanne Hill American State Bank Brandy Allen Patti Hancock AT&T Call Center Alice Bledsoe Lewis Hassler Atmos Energy Lisa VanderZanden Bank of America

Ron Betenbough Betenbough Homes

Mark Semmelbeck Escondido Resources

Kay Crites Big Brothers Big Sisters Midland

Lena Buck Rick Maloney Excel High School

Annette Childers BOPCO, LP

Chase Davis ExxonMobil Oil Corporation

Tracy Macilro Boy Scouts of America, Buffalo Trail Council

Deborah Williams Fasken Oil & Ranch, Ltd.

Ann Bohannon Buckner & Tilley PC

Kelton Edwards Jana Saldivar FirstCapital Bank of Texas

William Shuey Camp Fire USA West Texas Chapter

Marnell Fox Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest

Dinah Doggett Dianne Fischer Casa de Amigos

Bob Murphy H. E. B.

Judy Terry Centers for Children & Families

John Nava Halliburton Energy Services

Danielle McCoy Chesapeake Operating Co.

Derrick Jones Health South Rehabilitation Hospital

Dolores Vick Chevron

Barbara Truitt Henry Resources, LLC

Karol Mayo Cimarex Energy

Jill Rogers Hy-Bon Engineering

Carolyn Schoolcraft City of Midland

Tanya Moore Inwest Retirement Solutions

Damon Crelia Coldwell Banker Covenant

Sharon Boren Johnson, Miller & Company

Elva Aguilar Communities In Schools of the Permian Basin

Michelle Ellwood Key Energy Services, Inc.

Amanda Gunter Community & Senior Services Ann Forest Paula Larsson Community National Bank

Kerry Miller Lori Thorp Kinder Morgan CO2 Company, LP Alice Clough Kohl's Department Store

Elizabeth Stout Concho Resources, Inc.

Amanda Siruta Legacy Real Estate

James Buzan ConocoPhillips

Jenice Dye Legacy Reserves Corp.

Michael Hall Cotton, Bledsoe, Tighe & Dawson

Vickie Henderson Linn Energy, LLC

Ric Baccus Dawson Geophysical Company Molly Wright Dillard's Department Store Andrew Cobb Energen Resources Erik Jones Enterprise Rent-A-Car Victoria Saxe EOG Resources, Inc.

Jeanie Van Vranken Lynch, Chappell & Alsup, P.C. Shelly Pope Midland Chamber of Commerce Bahola Edwards Midland College Kimberly Modisett Midland Memorial Hospital Patti Groce Midland Need To Read

Debbie Bounds Midland Reporter-Telegram Melissa Horner MISD - Abell Junior High Teresa Garcia Elise Kail Anita Valles MISD – Administration Wendy Parsley MISD - Alamo Junior High Karrie Miller MISD - Anson Jones Elementary Jana Harris MISD - Bonham Elementary Carol Brooks MISD - Bowie Elementary Jodie Baugh Yvette Lozano MISD - Bunche Early Childhood Center Celina Rodriguez MISD - Burnet Elementary Jolene Holladay MISD - Bush Elementary Jan Rhodes MISD - Carver Elementary Michelle Helms MISD - Child Nutrition Services Calina Martinez MISD - Crockett Elementary Melissa Torres MISD - DeZavala Elementary Liliana Ortega MISD - Early College High Sue Shelton MISD - Emerson Elementary Tracy Dixon MISD - Fannin Elementary Hillary Lovell MISD - Goddard Junior High Elma Herrera MISD - Henderson Elementary April Strickland MISD - Houston Elementary Anna Clements MISD - Lamar Elementary Timothy Cates MISD - Lee Freshman High Mary Helen Livingston MISD - Lee High Linda Whitlow MISD - Long Elementary Heather Robinson MISD - Midland Freshman High Summer Van MISD - Midland High Sarah Lewicki CONTINUED ON BACK COVER


Volunteers and Sponsors (continued) Adrienne Taylor Lauren Young MISD - Milam Elementary Gold Weaver, L.L.P. Permian Basin Area Foundation Coastal Flow Gas Measurement, Marfa Rogers Inc. LouAnn Adams Jill Stephens MISD - Parker Elementary Community National Bank Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Permian Basin Community Michael Lloyd Complete Production Services Centers Liz Weaver MISD - Pease Magnet FlexPipe Systems Western National Bank Donna Edwards James Riggen G.E. Oil and Gas Pioneer Natural Resources Co. Peter Hagist MISD - Plant Services George Young Sales Co. Whiting Petroleum Corporation Angie Randolph Daniel Garcia Globe Energy Services, LLC Plains All American Pipeline, LP Kim Gray MISD - Purchasing\Warehouse Guardian Wellhead Protection, XTO Energy Inc. Dawn Haro Inc. Rebecca Blakes Plains Marketing, LP Production Specialty Services, George Fierro MISD - Rusk Elementary LLC YMCA of Midland Jack Reed Darrell Benton Shores-Sentry, LLC Reliance Energy, Inc. MISD - San Jacinto Junior High T-Rey Properties, Inc. SPONSORS Steven D. Gray Nicole Molinar Weatherford 2011 XTO & Concho Resources RSP Permian, Ltd. MISD - Scharbauer Elementary Bustin’ Clay for United Way Silver Charity Worcester Sophia Ramos Sponsors Energen Resources Vera Yeilding MISD - South Elementary Title Samson Lonestar Safe Place of the Permian Basin Katie Bowen XTO Energy, Inc. Total Energy Services Gary Dupriest MISD – Technology Concho Resources, Inc. Western National Bank Samson Resources Linda McCombs Titanium Bronze Jena Cranfill MISD – Transportation Angus Measurement Services, Big Dog Drilling Security Bank LP Kristi Shirley EOG Resources, Inc. Edgar Wuthrich Baker Hughes, Inc. MISD - Travis Elementary J.W. Mulloy & Associates, Inc. Shell Trading US Company Basic Energy Services Nabors Well Service Emily Patton Lake Services Leslie Lee every volunteer, recognition in thisBig Renegade MISD - Washington While everyMagnet effort is made to accurately recognize report is based on information that we receive from employers and individuals. Bourland &forLeverich Supply Sproles Woodard, LLPwe sincerely apologize. If you’ve been missed, Thank you your understanding. Brenda Smith Company, LLC Chevron XYZ Network United Coleen Grandmaison Mims & Smith Insurance BTI Services Way of Midland Shootout Stubbeman, McRae, Sealy, Michelle Segheir Catalyst Oilfield Title Laughlin & Browder Mission Center Adult Day Energy Sales/KF Valves Chevron Angie Phiffer Service JMR Industries Summit Petroleum LLC Platinum Peak Completion Technologies, Kellie Hill Baker Hughes Julia Cox Inc. My Community Federal Credit Century Graphics Target Smith Industries, Inc Union Gold Sooner Pipe, LLC Rita Bradshaw Jo Ann Valles Blakely Construction The Insurance Man & Associates Wellhead Specialties Nicholas Consulting Group, Inc. Equipment, LLC Anna Delgado Silver Jennifer Linton The Salvation Army of Midland John Crane Production Platinum Northern Natural Gas Solutions, Inc. Composite Lining Systems Dana Johnson Terri Garrison Cudd Pumping Services The Springboard Center Media Partners Oncor Electric Delivery Dean’s, Inc. Big 2 News J. Dan Michel Rhonda Murray Halliburton CBS 7 UBS Financial Services, Inc. Ortloff Technology Group, LLC Master Tubulars Eric Seigmund Gene Tuttle Mark Roberts NOV Tuboscope KCRS 550 AM United Parcel Service OXY Permian, Ltd. Smith Service KICKS 99.1 FM Paul Morris Wilson Supply Mary Salinas KWEL 1020 AM Wagner & Brown, Ltd. Palmer Drug Abuse Program Larry & Brenda Sorrells Rainbow Press, Inc. Ralph Truszkowski Midland Reporter – Telegram Parkhill, Smith & Cooper

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