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UNITED WAY OF MIDLAND

2017 ANNUAL REPORT

CELEBRATING

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CHANGING YEARS OF THE STORY


TABLE OF

CONTENTS OUR IMPACT

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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COMMUNITY PARTNERS IN ACTION

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YOUR DOLLARS AT WORK

BUSTIN' CLAY & POWER OF THE PURSE

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SPECIAL DAYS AT UNITED WAY & DONOR TRIBUTES

70 YEARS OF CHANGING THE STORY

10-11 LEADERSHIP CIRCLE

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COMMUNITY PHILANTHROPY EMPLOYEE CAMPAIGN COORDINATORS INVESTING IN OUR COMMUNITY

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AWARD RECIPIENTS

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ADT DONORS

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VOLUNTEERS

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FINANCIAL STATEMENT

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OUR IMPACT

THE MISSION OF UNITED WAY OF MIDLAND IS TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF LIFE IN MIDLAND BY UNITING COMMUNITY RESOURCES WITH IDENTIFIED NEEDS.

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Community Partners

Programs Funded

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56,342

One-Time Grants Awarded

Clients Reached

LETTER FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR BY MARK ALEXANDER

Milestones. We’ve been thinking about them all year. Milestones, of course, are those road markers created by the Romans, to help them know how far they had traversed on a road in a single day. Today, mile markers are the same thing for us, though contrary to the Romans, we don’t stencil in granite the names of our emperors. Last May we invited everyone to help us celebrate a milestone. We, the United Way of Midland, was 70 years young. Since our early beginnings, when a group of concerned Midlanders began to invest their resources to enhance the quality of life for others, we’ve been about milestones. They created a value system and legacy that continues now into this generation, and hopefully beyond it. They chose to make community investments that helped change the trajectory of another Midlander’s life story through their concern and philanthropy.

Those years, captured in this publication and our campaign video, represent a milestone. It marks for all of us 70 years of making a difference in the lives of Midlanders. It marks for all of us a united effort to change lives for the better, making us a community envied by others in less intentional places. It also, as milestones do, reminds us the journey isn’t over. What hasn’t changed, however, is the extreme generosity of Midlanders like, well, all of us. We have all been part of changing the story of another as we united community resources with identified needs.   Currently, I’ve also been thinking about millstones, those heavy, grinding and crushing pieces of stone used to create oil, flour, and cornmeal for use and consumption. As a community, there are still those whose lives need a change of story, someone to make 

a difference in their lives. Their situations are the ones we seek to change; their stories are the ones we want to write a new chapter in; their lives the ones we want to improve. Without all of you, the milestones signal just another day to feel as though the millstones of ill health, lack of self-sufficient living, and poor education will drag them down.   Interesting to me is the fact that it only takes one letter to change one word to another. Going from millstone to milestone is always about small changes making big differences. Again, let’s commit ourselves to the next 70 years of changing those stories.   Thank you for connecting your gifts with those in need.


2017 BOARD OF DIRECTORS BOARD MEMBERS:

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE:

Andy Shaffer President Community Volunteer Jaime Alexander Past President Community Volunteer Mary Baker President Elect Kelly Hart & Hallman LLP Rebecca Bell Secretary Midland College Aaron Dorfner Vice President of Resource Development Cotton, Bledsoe, Tighe & Dawson Michelle Green Vice President of Community Impact GE Energy Services Elizabeth McWilliams Asst. Vice President of Community Impact Community Volunteer Ramona Thomas Treasurer Permian Basin Community Centers for MHMR Scott Nelson Asst. Treasurer FirstCapital Bank of Texas

Darrell Carriger Chevron Alfredo Chaparro Midland College Kristin Ditto Concho Resources Will Gilchriest GR Energy Services Sarah Hughes Chevron Patrick Jones MISD Debbie Markley SM Energy Jessica Rule SHK The Advertising Firm Susan Spratlen Pioneer Natural Resources Morris Williams, Jr. City of Midland

LIFETIME BOARD MEMBERS:

K. Michael Conaway US Congressman, District 11 James C. Henry Henry Resources, LLC Dennis Johnson Summit Petroleum Margaret Purvis Purvis Operating Company Charles A. Spence Community Volunteer

UNITED WAY OF MIDLAND STAFF *indicates current staff

Mark Alexander * Executive Director

Jane Hellinghausen * Asst. Director of Resource Development

Kim Richards * Administrative Assistant

Megan Davis * Director of Marketing/Special Events

Lauren Hopkins Director of Resource Development

Paige Wallace * Director of Finance

Michelle Evans * Director of Community Impact

Karissa Kienast * Director of Resource Development


COMMUNITY PARTNERS IN ACTION GIRL SCOUTS OF THE DESERT SW

Leadership Development Experience

MIDLAND CHILDREN'S REHABILITATION CENTER Hippotherapy Program

In September of 2017, the Cadette Group of Troop #38823 completed the most prestigious Girl Scout Award a Cadette or Cadette group can earn, a Silver Award. The Cadettes built a Blessing Pantry with nonperishable food and household items given freely to any Midland family in need. They have been able to sustain it not only through the Girl Scout community but also with the help of the Boy Scouts, Solid Rock Fellowship Congregation and the Midland community. These Cadettes are a true example of leadership, collaborative community spirit and service in action.

7-year-old Gibson has Cerebral Palsy Hemiplegia, affecting the left side of his body. Gibson can walk independently but he limps and he couldn’t use his left hand for functional activities. Using his left hand was hard, would take longer and many times he wasn't accurate. Gibson neglected his hand and didn't do well with new activities. After a few months of being at Midland Children’s Rehabilitation Center, Gibson’s therapist recommended therapy on horseback. In hippotherapy Gibson was able to sit up straighter on horseback, engage his core and even use his hand for reaching and playing. His mom, Carrie, says, “Now Gibson tries more things! He uses his left hand more, helping with writing & self-care, it’s almost second nature." The horse’s movement improves trunk strength, endurance & can be used to shift weight to the left side for more awareness & use of that side. “I just see it all come together for him while he is riding. It brings him true joy! I am so impressed with the equine program at MCRC,” says Carrie. “The environment is so safe & organized. The fact that we get this all at no charge is a huge blessing.”

CASA DE AMIGOS Health Services

At the Senior Citizen Valentine’s Dance, Mr. and Mrs. Sanchez were voted King and Queen Valentine by all of their friends. This couple has made so many friends since being a part of Casa de Amigos. They even moved into a senior citizen community where all of their new friends live. They are also thankful to receive a healthy free meal every day at Casa de Amigos.

MIDLAND FAIR HAVENS

Supportive Transitional Housing

Jean, a 39 year old single mother from Houston, moved to Midland with her 6 month old daughter in October 2015 to pursue a job. She took a leap of faith and moved here blindly, with no family or friends close by. She managed to find a one bedroom apartment for $1,000 per month. After living paycheck to paycheck, Jean was forced to make the tough decision between buying the necessities her baby needed or paying her rent. Soon after, they were evicted and living in her car. She and her daughter slept in her Nissan Versa at the truck stop near Coahoma. She searched women’s homeless shelters and found Midland Fair Havens where she set up an appointment immediately. They placed her and her daughter in a hotel room until she was accepted into the program. Midland Fair Havens has helped her feel safe, loved and comforted. After a 20 year break, she re-enrolled in college and graduated with her Associate’s Degree in May 2017 from Midland College. She is now attending UTPB and majoring in Social Work, where she currently has a 3.76 GPA and is set to graduate May 2019. She also serves as a mentor and “big sister” to the other women in the program at MFH.

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YOUR DOLLARS AT WORK Alzheimer's Association STAR Chapter    -Supportive Services  $5,228 American Red Cross Serving the Permian Basin      -Disaster Services  $11,092 Big Brothers Big Sisters      -One to One Mentoring  $31,500 Boy Scouts of America, Buffalo Trail Council      -Scoutreach  $42,000 Boys & Girls Club of the Permian Basin      -Food & Nutrition  $8,228       -Formal Sports  $15,511      -Core Club Programming  $60,500 Bynum School      -Vocational Program  $30,000 Camp Fire USA, West Texas Council      -KIDS Care  $24,033      -Summer Program  $11,092 Casa de Amigos      -Health Services  $50,010      -Education Station  $13,211      -Economic Strength  $50,285      -Independent Living  $48,066 CASA of West Texas      -Voices for Children  $26,790 Centers for Children and Families      -Clinical Counseling Program  $159,479      -Kids First  $9,872 Communities in Schools of the Permian Basin      -CIS- Midland  $36,300      -XY Zone  $36,000      -Project Athena  $24,500   Community Children's Clinic      -Pharmacy  $23,473 Family Promise of Midland      -Childcare  $11,092 Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest      -Girl Scout Leadership Development Experience  $24,750 Midland Children's Rehab Center      -Hippotherapy  $8,877      -West Texas Dyslexia Center  $13,750 Midland Fair Havens      -Children's Enrichment Program  $22,000      -Supportive Transitional Housing  $51,764 Midland Need to Read      -Adult Literacy Tutoring Program  $23,663 Midland Rape Crisis and Children's Advocacy Center      -Education  $5,062      -Therapy  $24,799      -Crisis Intervention/Volunteer  $12,571      -Children's Advocacy Program  $23,663

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Midland/Odessa Area AIDS Support    -HIV/STD Prevention Education  $13,521      -Support & Benevolence Program  $30,319 Mission Center Adult Day Service      -Basic Healthcare Program  $30,107 Palmer Drug Abuse Program      -Communities that Care  $25,131      -Community Recovery & Education  $40,059 Safe Place of the Permian Basin      -Counseling & Advocacy  $25,463      -Star Children's Program  $15,179      -Emergency Shelter  $73,948 Samaritan Counseling Center      -For Kids' Sake  $6,886 Senior Link Midland      -Foster Grandparent Program  $12,500      -Senior Companion Program  $12,500      -Elderly Nutrition  $60,049 SHARE      -Respite Care  $22,358 The Salvation Army      -Emergency Shelter  $103,527 Springboard Center      -Medical Detox/Impatient Residential Treatment  $66,596      -Intensive Outpatient Treatment & Counseling  $30,107 Unlock Ministries      -Opportunity Camp  $13,500      -Transition Camp  $13,500      -FUN Academy  $11,250      -Fun Club In-School Mentoring Groups  $9,000 UTPB: First 5 Permian Basin      -Nurse Family Partnership  $29,970      -Teen Fatherhood Engagement  $17,710 YMCA      -Children's Learning Center  $96,872

HEALTH $612,736

TOTAL PROGRAM FUNDING PER FOCUS AREA

EDUCATION $429,441

SELFSUFFICIENCY $657,036


COMMUNITY GRANTS & INITIATIVES COMMUNITY INITIATIVES

Community Initiatives are a joint effort between United Way of Midland and other community partners that address an identified need in Midland: Club Read keeps children engaged and reading during the summer to prevent summer reading loss. Families Forward Transitional Housing aims to break the cycle of generational poverty by moving families from homelessness to permanent housing. Ready to Read, also known as the Literacy Liaison, works in schools with our youngest students to focus on fundamental reading skills.

2017-2018 ONE-TIME GRANTS 8 PROGRAMS, $39,527.08 The United Way of Midland invested $39,527.08 in 8 nonprofit health and human service programs to address identified pressing needs in Midland. Agape Counseling Services of West Texas      -Therapy Intern Program 5,000 Casa de Amigos      -Reading Tables for Children's Library $1,800 Girl Scouts of the Desert SW      -Security Improvement to the Midland Program Center $3,830.08 Hispanic Cultural Center of Midland      -Building Addition $7,500 PDAP      -Technical Assistance $2,500 Samaritan Counseling      -LED Efficient Lighting $6,500 Senior Link Midland      -Fans for Texas Size Garage Sale Warehouse $7,500 Unlock Ministries      -Op Champs/Parent University Mentoring Program $4,897

Casa de AmigosReading Tables for Children's Library

Hispanic Cultural Center of MidlandCostume Room Renovation

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BUSTIN' CLAY FOR UNITED WAY

The 16th Annual Bustin' Clay for United Way clay shoot took place at Jake's Clays on Friday, August 18th. This year's event was presented by XTO Energy and Concho Resources. We would like to give a big thank you to everyone who sponsored and/or participated in the shoot. Because of YOU, we raised $163,758 to kick off the 2017 Annual Campaign.

Bustin' Clay Participants

Bustin' Clay Participants

(L-R) Debra Osburg (Concho), Mark Alexander (UWM), Clay Bateman (Concho),  Earl Richardson (XTO) and Marcela Munoz (XTO) during the check presentation. 

BUSTIN' CLAY COMMITTEE: Mark Alexander, UWM Megan Davis, UWM Peggy Floyd, Jake's Clays

Lauren Hopkins, UWM Jeff Jacobson, Jake's Clays Karissa Kienast, UWM

Marcela Munoz, XTO Debra Osburg, Concho Paige Wallace, UWM

PLATINUM SPONSORS: Energy Sales

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Big Lake Services

Edge Manufacturing

*For a complete list of sponsors, please visit the Bustin' Clay website, www.bustinclayforunitedway.org 


POWER OF THE PURSE

POWER OF THE PURSE KEYNOTE SPEAKER SONIA MANZANO The 4th Annual Power of the Purse was held on Wednesday, October 25th at the Midland Country Club. Over 150 women joined together for an afternoon filled with lunch, mimosas, purse raffles and more. This year's keynote speaker featured Sonia Manzano. You may know Sonia as “Maria” on Sesame Street, where she played a lovable mom and friend to millions of children (and puppets) for decades. Sonia won a 2016 Lifetime Achievement Emmy Award, has garnered 15 Emmys for writing children’s television scripts, and has written critically-praised books for children and young adults. Our Power of the Purse event raises funds to help support one of our community initiatives, "Ready to Read," which provides books, supplies and a reading liaison to our littlest Pre-K and Kindergarten students. Money raised from this event ensures that more children are on grade level reading. 

4TH ANNUAL POWER OF THE PURSE

Thank you to the event sponsors, in-kind donors, Power of the Purse committee and everyone who attended the event. With your help and support, we raised $39,838.

Power of the Purse attendees browsing the purse raffles

POWER OF THE PURSE COMMITTEE:

BIG BIRD SPONSOR:

Chevron BERT & ERNIE SPONSORS: Anadarko Petroleum Concho Resources Dawson Geophysical

Sylvia Bernal, Jill Rivera, Julie Sims, Lindsay Elliott

Michelle Green, Mary Baker, Jaime Alexander

Jaime Alexander Teresa Alexander Mary Baker, Co-Chair Megan Davis Kristin Ditto Michelle Green, Co-Chair Sarah Hughes Jessica Rule Malori Steadman

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SPECIAL DAYS AT UNITED WAY PERMIAN BASIN DAY OF GIVING Tuesday, November 28th was the sixth annual #GivingTuesday across the nation. The community joined the United Way of Midland and United Way of Odessa for the Permian Basin Day of Giving - 24 hours to come together and help our neighbors, friends, family and co-workers. Our goal was to raise $5,000 to provide quality health, education and self-sufficiency programming in the Permian Basin. Together, the Permian Basin Giving Day raised over $6,000 with the help of SouthWest Bank and their generous match! 

DAY OF ACTION: BOOK DRIVE United Way Day of Action is an annual invitation for people and organizations around the world to ‘Live United’ and take action to address a variety of challenges. Each year, communities come together to harness the volunteer spirit and improve the conditions in which they live.

Community National Bank, Book Drive Display Winner

Did you know that 61% of children from lowincome families have no books at home? On June 21st, United Way of Midland teamed up with several companies to host book drives. These books were then donated to UTPB: First 5 to help stock their "Little Free Libraries," Camp Fire West Texas, and the Midland YMCA for students enrolled in their summer programs. Thank you to everyone who hosted a book drive, donated books and helped sort and deliver the books to the organizations. Because of YOU, we were able to donate 5,656 books!   

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YMCA - Club Read Participants


TESTIMONIALS AND TRIBUTES CELEBRATING THE LIVES OF UNITED WAY OF MIDLAND PHILANTHROPISTS:

Mrs. Sandra Alsup (1942-2018)

Mr. Tracy Clark (1921-2016)

Mr. Ted Collins, Jr. (1938-2018)

"Sandy gave generously of her time to several Midland organizations, including Midland Memorial Hospital, Midland Junior League of Midland, Community Children's Clinic, First Presbyterian Church, and with her husband Jim, the United Way of Midland."

"Tracy was a very giving and generous man and supported many causes like WTGS, Scott & White, and United Way of Midland. His philanthropy is continually reflected in Reb and Molly Clark, who remain avid supporters of United Way of Midland."

“Ted was deeply ingrained in the community and always enjoyed helping others. He served on numerous Boards around the community and state. Ted was always optimistic, saw the positive in every situation, and made everyone feel like they mattered because he truly cared.”  

"My involvement with United Way began around 2001 when I joined the Board at The Springboard Center and we applied for our first Grant which was for $2,500.00. This was my first experience into the Midland non-profit arena and it was at a time when United Way Midland was changing their method of operation so Springboard was kind of the new kid on the block at that time. We developed a great working relationship with UW and 7 years later in 2008 we broke ground on The Springboard Center which was a 21 bed residential Drug and Alcohol Treatment Hospital. My wife Debbie and I have seen over the years how much UW Midland has contributed to, and impacted our community and without exception everyone we have worked with has had a big hearted passion for making Midland a better place to live. We are all truly blessed here in Midland with the awesome philanthropic heart of our community and Debbie and I are grateful to be a small part of this wonderful town out here in West Texas."

EDDIE AND DEBBIE WALLACE, ADT MEMBERS "I’ve been involved with United Way all of the 32 years I have been in Midland. Midland has been blessed with great leadership and has given back millions of dollars through the generosity of the community. Every dollar that you invest goes to the highest needs in the community. So I think over the next 70 years we can continue our leadership and build on the strengths of what we have learned in the past."

CHARLES A. SPENCE, 2017 COMMUNITY ADVOCATE

"As special as the United Way is to Aaron and I, we understand how vitally important it is to so many non-profits throughout Midland and impacts thousands of individuals in their daily lives. We were humbled to be picked as co-chairs for the 2017 campaign and we value every dollar given this year. Thank you to everyone who has volunteered their time and money to help this campaign be successful."

AARON AND MEGAN DORFNER, 2017 CAMPAIGN CO-CHAIRS

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CELEBRATING 70 YEARS 1986

Raised over $2 Million

1973

1947

Midland Community Chest was Founded Robert Dickey Board President

Renamed United Way of Midland William Bill Link Executive Director

Max David Volunteer Campaign Chair

First time to make campaign goal since 1965- used Reserve Funds to help start the Senior Citizen Center

Operated out of the Scharbauer Hotel by the Chamber of Commerce

1979

Raised $25,000 for 6 agencies

Fourth consecutive year to meet campaign goal

1953

United Way of Midland purchased it's office at 1209 W. Wall St. with funds from Abell-Hanger and the Mabee Foundation and moved from the Chamber of Commerce Oil prices hit low of $8/barrel

1980

Total of $72,500 was raised surpassing the goal of $68,250

First time to raise $1 Million

1953

Midland Community Trust created as a division of the United Way of Midland

Articles of Incorporation filed for the Midland Community Chest

1967

Renamed Midland United Fund

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1987

1983

1985

John A. Jack Steele First Honorary Lifetime Member for over 20 years of service Paul C. Rea & Margaret Purvis Awarded Lifetime Membership

1988

Alexis de Tocqueville Society of Midland Foundedconsisted of 15 members

Deane Stoltz Awarded Lifetime Member

1989

Midland Community Trust received it's charitable organization status and became an autonomous entity renamed the Permian Basin Area Foundation


OF CHANGING THE STORY... 1995

United Way of Midland office caught fire and lost many records. Operated out of the basement of TU Electric until remodel was complete.

2001

George W. Bush, former 1981 Campaign Chair, elected as 43rd US President Don Evans, former Campaign Chair, becomes US Secretary of Commerce Adopted new business model & mission Raised $98,309 for Sept. 11th Fund

1997

Celebrated 50 years and broke $3 Million Goal

Charles Spence Awarded Lifetime Member

1999

K. Michael Conaway Awarded Lifetime Member

2002

Funding open to any 501(c)3 health & human service program provider First Annual Bustin' Clay Shoot

2011

Started XY Zone Initiative (collaboration with Communities in Schools & MISD)

2013

Started Ready to Read/Literacy Liaison Initiative (collaboration with UWM Women’s Leadership Council, MISD Foundation, Crockett Elementary School) Started Families Forward Transitional Housing Initiative (collaboration with Family Promise) Started Club Read Initiative (collaboration with Casa de Amigos)

2004

2014

2005

2017

Campaign was dedicated to the Record setting year- raised $ 3,100,921; memory of Paul C. Rea- devoted funded 66 programs through 29 providers volunteer and friend Hurricane Katrina and Rita hit the LA and Texas Coast, affecting fundraising in both states

First Annual Power of the Purse Luncheon Dennis Johnson Awarded Lifetime Member

2007 2000

James C. Henry Awarded Lifetime Member

Economy booming, continued record oil & gas prices; lowest employment rate in the state

2009

US economy in recession, national debt record low

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COMMUNITY GIVING AWARDS Lynch, Chapell & Alsup, P.C. - Eagle Spirit Award Recognizes the company with the greatest percentage of employees giving $1,000 or more.

First Basin Credit Union - Newcomer of the Year Recognizes the company with the most successful first year employee campaign. 

Charles A. Spence - Community Advocate Award Recognizes the person who most distinguishes him or herself during campaign by advocating for the United Way of Midland throughout the community.

Anadarko Petroleum Corporation - Paul C. Rea LIVE UNITED Award Recognizes the company whose employees have shown sustained excellence in giving, advocating and volunteering with the United Way of Midland.

Bahola Edawards - Outstanding Employee Campaign Coordinator Recognizes the individual who distinguishes him or herself by their sustained excellence, enthusiasm and dedication throughout their company’s campaign.  

Energen - Rising Star Recognizes the company with the most successful employee campaign year over year.

Community National Bank - Community Partner of the Year Recognizes the agency or company that most distinguishes itself by collaborating with the United Way of Midland.

Deborah Markley - Philanthropist of the Year Recognizes the individual who has shown sustained excellence in personal giving to United Way of Midland and encouragement of philanthropy throughout Midland. 

Jaime Alexander - United Way of Midland Board Member, 2012-2016 14


ALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE SOCIETY Membership in the Alexis de Tocqueville Society is granted to individuals and foundations who contribute at least $10,000 annually to United Way. The ADT Society of Midland was founded in 1988 with 15 charter members. Members share a passion for investing in our community and making a difference. In 2017, the ADT Society of Midland had 44 members. Together, these foundations and individuals contributed over $700,000 to the 2017 Annual Campaign. Thank you to these philanthropic leaders who invest in the United Way of Midland’s work in our community.

2017 ALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE SOCIETY OF MIDLAND MEMBERS The Abell-Hanger Foundation Jim Alsup Mr. S. Javaid Anwar Mike and Cindy Black* Mr. and Mrs. Cary Brown Rita and Dale Brown Karmen and Billy Bryant Chaparral Foundation Molly and Reb Clark John and Maurine Cox Foundation Mr. and Mrs. William F. Dingus Aaron and Megan Dorfner Don and Susie Evans Mr. Reed Gilmore* Will and Sarah Gray* Ryan and Tiffani Hamilton Paula and Jim Henry* The Henry Foundation Michael Hochman* Patricia and Leon Jeffcoat* Dennis and Laquita Johnson Bob and Donna Landreth

The J.E. & L.E. Mabee Foundation Deborah Markley and Billy Priebe* Chad and Tammy McAllaster* Mr. and Mrs. Scott McGraw Kimberly and Russell Meyers Luke and Lori Morrow Paul and Katherine Morrow Family Foundation Rita and Ken Muldrow* Newt E. Newton III John R. Norwood* Joe and Jan O'Neill The Pevehouse Foundation Clarence Scharbauer Douglas Scharbauer The Scharbauer Foundation Ronnie and Cindy Scott Buddy and Sally Sipes* JoAnn and Shelton Viney* Debbie and Eddie Wallace* Warren Charitable Foundation Wayne and Jo Ann Moore Charitable Foundation Wells Fargo Foundation

While every effort is made to accurately recognize every ADT giver, recognition in this report is based on information that we received from foundations and individuals by March 15, 2018. If you have been missed, we sincerely apologize. Thank you for your understanding. * Indicates ADT donors who increased their gift in CY 2018 from CY 2017

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2017 MIDLAND LEADERSHIP CIRCLE Leadership givers set the course for others. In our community, many generous and caring individuals and foundations have partnered with the United Way of Midland to change lives. By making an annual minimum contribution of $1,000 or 1.5% of annual 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.

Anonymous (21) Mona Ables Leonard & Ima Alexander* Dr. Mark and Teresa Alexander* David Allison* Devin Alsup Kelli Alvarado* Ernest Angelo, Jr. John Archambault* Ryan Bailey* Jan Baker Mary Baker* Stan & Bonnie Beard* Robert R. Beecherl* Jim and Cheryl Behrmann Larry J. Bell Rebecca Bell* Ruth S. Bell Cindy and Jim Benson Troy Beserra* Ron Betenbough Don and Kay Bishop* Jeremy and Toya Bishop* Bob & Kay Bivens* Dan and Pat Black* Mary and Jack E. Blake, Jr. Thomas A. Blasingame* Bennie and Bob Bledsoe Billy & Barbara Bledsoe Al Bondurant* Mark & Nancy Bondy

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Richard E. Booth Cheryl Boyce Sophia and G.W. Brock Don C. Bromley Charles and Julie Brown* Mark and Kathy Bruehl Cece and A.J. Brune Doug Bryant* Paula Cahoon Paul and Teresa Cain Paul and Yvonne Callaway Robbie and Danny Campbell Bruce and Sarah Cariens Mary Lou Cassidy Andy and Lynn Chalker* Douglas and Cheryl Christensen* Sigrid and Richard Coats Andrew Cobb Forrest and Kim Collier Ted and Diana Collins Christopher and Stacy Comer* Mark Conard* Suzanne and Mike Conaway Derek Cook* John and Lana Cooper Nancy A. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Pitts June Cowden* Caitlin Craig* Michael Crawford Ken Dean

Brenda Dellinger James Denton* Kathryn E. Devey* Mark Dieckmann* Murray Dighans* Kristin Ditto* Bret Dixon* Dinah S. Doggett* Alan Douglas Lynn and Rhonda Durham Carmen Edwards Kristi Edwards* Gary and Debbie Elander Harper Estes Michelle & Pervis Evans* Mr. and Mrs. Trevor Freeman Alice & Roger Freidline Victor D. Garcia* Joe and Linda Garner Donald Gatjanis William & Susan Granberry Michelle Green* James E. Hall* Brenda & Bill Harkness* Dexter Harmon Christine L. Hart Dan and Jennifer Hart Miles & Elizabeth Hartman* William A. Heck* J. Loy Helm* Tevis Herd

* Indicates donors who increased their gift to Midland Leadership Circle Level in CY 2018Â from CY 2017


Jeffrey D. Hewett Scott and Gladys Hickman* Linda H. Hicks* Richard and Brooke Hill* Cory Hoffman* Lisa Hooper Paul and Shari Horne* Blue and Cressinda Hyatt Jay and Nancy Isaacs John J. Jaskula* Lesley and Steven Jeffcoat David A. Jelf Guadalupe Jimenez* Christopher Paul Johnson Matt & Kristina Johnson* Tom E. Johnson Richard C. Jolly Don and Bettye Jones* Patrick A. Jones* Tom Jones* Ryan Kavanagh* Patricia Kennedy* Roger & Karissa Kienast* Steven C. Kiser Arthur and Frances Laengrich Randy and Jeannie Lalk Allison Lay* Amy and Tim Leach* James R. Leeton, Jr.* Gustavo Levario* Mayana Lewis* Chantel Lines* Aaron Luciano* Elizabeth Luna* Joe T. Lynch Barbara and Mitch Mamoulides Jason Mannon* Donette Marble*

Callie & Randy Marsh* Guy McCrary* Darrell McDonald* Chris and Emerald McGinnis Richard & Jan McMillan* Roger McVay* Liz and Michael McWilliams Thomas and Pat Meadows* Christine Montgomery Michael T. Morgan* Jim and Dorothy Moring Paul and Dee Morris Thomas O. Morrow* Sarah Mueller* Bobbi Mullinay* Scott Nelson Banay Newton* Joe and Darla Niederhofer* Harry Nutter* David P. O'Brien* Thomas W. Ortloff Russell D. Pantermuehl* Colin Pickle* Ken Pittaway Steve & Paige Pitts* Betty Ann Prentice Trayce Rauscher* J. Robert Ready* Kelly Reese* Mr. Terry Rhoads Robin Richey Randy and Judy Rouse Scott and Amy Ryburn Karen Schmidt Tyson Schwartz* Hugh A. Shaffer* Courtney Sharp* Tejay and Marlene Simpson*

Dr. and Mrs. Tulsi Dyal Singh David and Leslie Smith* Eric and Jennifer Smith* Jeanie Smith* Valerie A. Sparks* Robert A. Spears Charles A. Spence* Susan Spratlen* Keith Stevens* L. Shane Stokes Bill Stovall* Kim and Frank Stowers* David and Becky Sutter Tommy and Gwen Taylor Joe Ternyik* Judy Terry Carroll and Georgia Thomas Ramona Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Tighe* Gary C. Timmermann* Roger M. Traxel, MD Brandon Vandervoort* Daniel Vela* Orin W. Wade Margaret and Russell Wheatley* Jayni and Derrick Whitefield* Charles and Deborah Wiggins* James and Virginia Wilder* John D. Wilkinson Ron and Cassandra Willett Carl A. Wilson* Celia and Word B. Wilson* Eric Winter* Claire and Jim Woodcock Garth and Sabrina Wright John Zupanic*

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 by March 15, 2018. If you've been missed, we sincerely apologize. Thank you for your understanding. 

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COMMUNITY PHILANTHROPY

Thank you to all of our community organizations and companies that contributed to the 2017 Annual Campaign through their corporate donations, work place campaigns, and fundraising activities. These industry and community leaders play an integral role in efforts to solve problems and bring measurable, lasting change to the lives of thousands of Midlanders each year. They play a role in raising funds IN the community FOR the community, and we could not be more grateful.  

OVER $100,000

$10,000 TO $20,000 CONTINUED

$20,500 TO $99,000

$5,100 TO $9,999

Anadarko Petroleum Corporation* Chevron* Concho Resources, Inc.* Energen - Midland Midland Memorial Hospital Pioneer Natural Resources Co.* SM - Energy Company Summit Petroleum LLC* The Abell - Hanger Foundation The J. E. & L. E. Mabee Foundation The Scharbauer Foundation

Albertson's/United Family Stores Community National Bank* Crown Oil Partners V, LP EOG Resources, Inc. H.E.B Henry Resources, LLC* John and Maurine Cox Foundation Midland College Ortloff Technology Group, LLC Wayne and Jo Ann Moore                      Charitable Foundation XTO Energy Inc.*

$10,000 TO $20,000

Catalyst Oilfield Services* Centers for Children & Families City of Midland Dawson Geophysical Company* Enterprise Rent-A-Car Frances & Jack Brown Fund of Communites Foundation of Texas Inwest Retirement Solutions OXY Permian, Ltd. Parkhill, Smith & Cooper United Way of Midland, Inc.

$2,501 TO $5,000

Atmos Energy Chaparral Foundation ConocoPhillips Fasken Oil & Ranch, Ltd. FirstCapital Bank of Texas*

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Frost Bank* Johnson, Miller & Company Lynch, Chappell & Alsup, P.C. Paul and Katherine Morrow                Family Foundation Target The Henry Foundation The Pevehouse Foundation United Parcel Service Warren Charitable Foundation Wells Fargo Foundation

AT&T Big Lake Services Company* Commercial State Bank Cotton, Bledsoe, Tighe & Dawson CUDD Energy Services* Edge Manufacturing*

$2,501 TO $5,000 CONTINUED

Energy Sales, LLC* Flow Zone* Halliburton Energy Services J&W Services & Equipment Co.* JD Rush Corporation* Kinder Morgan CO2 Company, LP Map Resources MISD - Administration Oncor Electric Delivery Petraitis Investments Inc Smith Industries* Sooner Pipe Supply LP* Stuart Pressure Control* Stubbeman, McRae, Sealy,                          Laughlin & Browder Tech Management* The Prairie Foundation Ulterra Drilling Technologies

$1,001 TO $2,500

3S Services* Alpha Omega* Barricades Unlimited Betenbough Homes Border States Electric Boys & Girls Club of Midland Casa de Amigos Deans Inc.* Don-Nan Pump & Supply Co.* Federal Express Halliburton Charity Trust Health South Rehabilitation Hospital Johnson Specialty Tools*

*Indicates 2017 Bustin' Clay and 2017 Power of the Purse Special Event Sponsors


$1,001 TO $2,500 CONTINUED

Magellan Midstream Holdings GP Midland Fair Havens, Inc. Midland Safety & Health Mission Center Adult Day Service Morgan Leeton, PC Morgan Stanley* My Community Federal Credit Union* NMR Pipeline Construction* Northern Natural Gas Patriot Premium Threading                      Services LLC* Permian Basin Community                         Centers ROC Construction Services* Senior Link Midland Select Energy Services* SHARE Sport Environmental Services* The Springboard Center Victoria Printz* Wagner & Brown, Ltd. Wal-Mart Super Center #3645 Washington STEM Academy Weaver Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Yarbrough Elementary

$751 TO $1,000

Abell Junior High School C-Wright Trucking* Emerson Elementary School Fasken Elementary School First Basin Credit Union Legacy Real Estate* Principal Financial Group Sysco West Texas

$501 TO $750

Anson Jones Elementary School Bowie Fine Arts Academy Cressman Tubulars* Diamond Back Disposal*

$501 TO $750 CONTINUED

Discovery Operating, Inc. Distribution Now* Early College High School Ecolab Foundation Fannin Elementary School FloCap Injector Services* Girl Scouts of the Desert SW Lee High School Midland High School Midland Rape Crisis & Children's          Advocacy Center MISD - Technology Oncor Electric Delivery PBL Consulting & Services, Inc.* Preferred Sands of Monahans Reed Hycalog* San Jacinto Junior High School Scharbauer Elementary School

$251 TO $500 Apache Corporation Beach Exploration, Inc. Boy Scouts of America, Buffalo              Trail Council Bush Elementary School Camp Fire USA West Texas Chpt. Chris Torres Management Inc Cimarex Energy Communities In Schools of the PB Corey Sly Electrical Service Inc Houston Elementary School J. C. Penney Lone Star Abstract & Title Midland Rockhounds Baseball Club MISD - Child Nutrition Services MISD - Plant Services Nationwide Insurance Oneok Westex Transmission, LP RD Underground Construction Inc Rhotenberry Wellen Architects Shannon Animal Hospital Teamsters Local Union No. 577*

$101 TO $250

1st Community Federal Credit Union Advanced Technology Center Alamo Junior High School Best Buy Big Brothers Big Sisters Midland Burnet Elementary School Bynum School Carver Elementary School Click N Give Eli Lilly and Company Family Promise First Baptist Church General Tommy Franks    Elementary School Henderson Elementary School Long Elementary School MISD Midland Rotary Club Samaritan Counseling Center of               West Texas Santa Rita Elementary School YMCA of Midland

$100 AND UNDER

Amazon Smile American Red Cross of the PB Blue Cross-Blue Shield C.R. Tierce Oil & Gas Coleman High School DeZavala Elementary School G.E. Oil and Gas GE Foundation & Companies Legacy Reserves Corp. MEC Petroleum Corp. Midland Need to Read, Inc. Newalta Parker Elementary School Payless Shoe Source Rusk Family Charitable Fund SouthWest Bank Turner Industries Group YellowHouse Machinery

While every effort is made to accurately recognize every company that participates in the United Way campaign, recognition in this report is based on information that we receive from companies and organizations by March 15, 2018. If you've been missed, we sincerely apologize. Thank you for your understanding. 

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EMPLOYEE CAMPAIGN COORDINATORS

The Employee Campaign Coordinator (ECC) is a United Way of Midland advocate in the workplace who encourages co-workers to create a stronger community by planning, organizing, and giving to the Annual Campaign. An ECC is the foundation of the work United Way accomplishes in our community, as they are the gatekeeper to the companies and organizations who generously give to the bulk of United Way fundraising efforts. On top of their normal work duties, these ECCs go above and beyond in their volunteer roles with Campaign. We are thankful for all of their amazing work and contribution to our city!  Yaritza Styles 1st Community Federal Credit Union Jennifer Seybert Abell Junior High School Kim Evans Advanced Technology Center Leann Dumas Alamo Junior High School Kathy Rupe Albertson's Tracy Austin American Red Cross of the Permian Basin Laura Paige Innerarity Anadarko Petroleum Corporation Sharla Butler Anson Jones Elementary School Brandi Price Atmos Energy Tonya Watson Barricades Unlimited Kay Crites Big Brothers Big Sisters Midland Laurie A Sherrod Bowie Fine Arts Academy David Chapman Boy Scouts of America, Buffalo Trail Council David Chancellor Boys & Girls Club of Midland Lety Amalla Burnet Elementary School Melissa D Horner Bush Elementary School Tracy Bush Bynum School CR Tierce C.R. Tierce Oil & Gas William T Shuey Camp Fire USA West Texas

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Stephanie Carnett Carver Elementary School Wendy Perry Casa de Amigos Judy Terry Centers for Children & Families Nicole Weaverling City of Midland David Moore Coleman High School Shelly Grunewald Commercial State Bank Lisa Cantrell Communities In Schools of the Permian Basin Cindy Wagler Community National Bank Elizabeth Jones Concho Resources, Inc. Michael Hall Cotton, Bledsoe, Tighe & Dawson Julie Sims DeZavala Elementary School Renee D Aldrin Early College High School Tracy Phernetton Emerson Elementary  Callie Marsh Energen - Midland Benjamin Nickerson, II Enterprise Rent-A-Car Shonna Armstrong EOG Resources, Inc. Tom Miller Family Promise Tara Crockett Fannin Elementary School Lina Baiza Fasken Elementary School Deborah Williams Fasken Oil & Ranch, Ltd. Leticia Avila Federal Express

Karen Fisher First Basin Credit Union Kami Little FirstCapital Bank of Texas Paige Buescher Frost Bank Andra Lancaster - Jones General Tommy Franks Elementary School Lisa Hannon Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest Bob Murphy H.E.B Ray Portillo Henderson Elementary School Kyla Berta Henry Resources, LLC Dolores Cano Houston Elementary School Shana Hull Inwest Retirement Solutions Scott Blakely J&W Services & Equipment Company Audra Meade Johnson, Miller & Company Jeanette Medina Kinder Morgan CO2 Company, LP Stan VanHoozer Lee High School Terri A Rimer Long Elementary School Cherry Furqueron Lynch, Chappell & Alsup, P.C. Bahola Edwards Midland College Jerri J Ripplinger Midland Fair Havens, Inc. Leslie Sparacello Midland High School

Michelle Pendergrass Midland Memorial Hospital Patci Lewis Midland Need to Read, Inc. Lori Perales Midland Rape Crisis & Children's Advocacy Center Monty Hoppel Midland Rockhounds Baseball Club Lacy Sperry MISD - Administration Michelle Helms MISD - Child Nutrition Services Jill C Hallmark MISD - Plant Services Katie Bowen MISD - Technology Jayni Whitefield Mission Center Adult Day Service Michael T Morgan Morgan Leeton, PC Richard Leaper Newalta James R Lawrence Northern Natural Gas Leroy Rodriquez Oncor Electric Delivery Maria A Navarez Oneok Westex Transmission, LP Rhonda M Murray Ortloff Technology Group, LLC Shanna Bennett OXY Permian, Ltd. Tracie Burrow Parker Elementary School Diana Welch Parkhill, Smith & Cooper Megan Newman Permian Basin Community Centers

Susan L Wood Pioneer Natural Resources Co. Risse' Rogers Samaritan Counseling Center of West Texas Deborah Kendrick San Jacinto Junior High School Debra M Alba Santa Rita Elementary School Sharla Butler Scharbauer Elementary School Kathleen Kirwan-Haynie Senior Link Midland Tom Jones SHARE Kate Noble SM - Energy Company Angela Joiner SouthWest Bank Jalaine Bagley The Springboard Center Coleen Grandmaison Stubbeman, McRae, Sealy, Laughlin & Browder Angie Walker Summit Petroleum, LLC Orion Peter Target William Bernard United Parcel Service Bobleta Cleere Wagner & Brown, Ltd. Ann Banay Newton Washington STEM Academy Lou Ann Adams Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Jill A Arthur Yarbrough Elementary George Fierro YMCA of Midland


INVESTING IN OUR COMMUNITY

PIONEER NATURAL RESOURCES

UNITED PARCEL SERVICES (UPS)

COMMUNITY NATIONAL BANK

FORE a good cause! Pioneer Natural Resources of Midland hosted a miniature golf fundraiser benefitting United Way. Employees designed themed holes including super hero cutouts, girl scout cookies and the Texas Tech mascot.

UPS hosted a golf tournament in Big Spring this year to support both Big Spring and Midland United Ways. The tournament was in addition to the UPS annual campaign in Midland where almost $13,000 was raised.  

CNB employees support UWM with their dollars, but also with their volunteer efforts each summer. In 2017, bank locations competed to see which could collect the most books to distribute to community agencies serving kids.

2017 ANNUAL CAMPAIGN, BREAKDOWN BY DONOR SECTORS: Individuals- $437,885

Foundations- $536,445

Business- $202,471 Medical- $117,300

$2,928,549

Other- $180,631

Retail, Sales & Service$107,141

Special Events- $300,816 Government & Education- $47,085 *Numbers collected as of March 15, 2018

Energy- $998,775 21


THANK YOU TO OUR VOLUNTEERS 2017 COMMUNITY INVESTMENT COMMITTEE

Jaime Alexander Karmen Bryant Michelle Green Scott Nelson Steven Jeffcoat Lori Wesley

2017 SELF-SUFFICIENCY PANEL MEMBERS

Michelle Green Chad Maxwell Joy Paulson Lori Wesley Sylvester Cantu Jane Hellinghausen Lesley Isaacs Steven Jeffcoat

2017 HEALTH PANEL MEMBERS

Karmen Bryant Megan Dorfner Ellen House Brian McDonald Elizabeth McWilliams Blake Scott Hollen Wheeler

2017 EDUCATION PANEL MEMBERS

Mary Baker Rebecca Bell Kristin Ditto Bahola Edwards Soeli Erazo Ian Friederick Robbyne Fuller Beth Harris Juan Gaona Adrienne Leonardo Samantha Luna Edward McPherson Juanita Mendoza Ron Moss Lisa Neighbors Corbette Padilla Valencia Taylor Karley Villanueva Nancy Wells

2017 LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

Jaime Alexander Mark Alexander Mary Baker Rebecca Bell Vicki Jay Andy Shaffer Lori Wesley

2017 RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT CABINET

Mark Alexander Aaron Dorfner Megan Dorfner Jane Hellinghausen Tevis Herd Karissa Kienast

2017 SOLICITORS

James  Alsup Jeremy Bishop Kay Bivens Zackary Callarman Derek Cook Lesley Donnell Will Gilchriest Ryan Hamilton Steven Jeffcoat Bill Lanier Shan Moon Claire Nelson Scott Nelson Justin Nichols Thomas Ortloff Gregory Smith Charles Spence Jack Swallow Edward Wallace Jane Wolf

2017 FINANCE COMMITTEE:

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Jaime Alexander Mary Baker Rebecca Bell Sylvester C. Cantu

Steven Jeffcoat Shan Moon Scott Nelson Zahir N. Noormohamed

Andy Shaffer Frank Stowers Ramona Thomas


United Way of Midland, Inc. Consolidated Statement of Financial Position As of December 31, 2017 (unaudited)

ASSETS Current Assets: Cash & Cash Equivalents Investments at market Pledges Receivable, net of allowance of $31,743 Note Receivable    Total Current Assets Long Term Assets: Note Receivable  Investments at market, permanent endowment Beneficial interest in assets held by others Fixed assets, at cost, net of     accumulated depreciation of $380,100 Other Assets    Total Long Term Assets Total Assets

2,168,615 6,113,422 497,302 120,106 _________________________ 8,899,445 _________________________ 60,054 500,000 562,653 227,041 4,789 _________________________ 1,354,537 _________________________

_________________________ 10,253,982 _________________________ _________________________

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS Current Liabilities: Accounts Payable Due to designated organizations Due to state and national affiliates  Total Current Liabilities 

1,610,158 29,530 _________________________ 1,639,688 _________________________

Long Term Liabilities: Due to designated organizations Other Liabilities  Total Long Term Liabilities 

1,836,797 16,614 _________________________ 1,853,411 _________________________

 Total Liabilities 

_________________________ 3,493,099 _________________________

Net Assets: Unrestricted Restricted  Net Assets

4,147,153 2,613,730 _________________________ 6,760,833 _________________________

Total Liabilities and Net Assets

_________________________ 10,253,982 _________________________ _________________________

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United Way of Midland- 2017 Annual Report  
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