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TABLE OF CONTENTS Annual Investments


Our Partners






Volunteer Leadership


2011 Campaign


2011 Contributing Organizations


Leadership Giving


Statement of Financials


United Way Staff


OUR MISSION United Way of Racine County improves lives and creates lasting community change in partnership with others.

MESSAGE FROM LEADERSHIP We are proud to share highlights from the past year in the work of United Way of Racine County. As this report demonstrates, our efforts improve lives, impact our community and create opportunities for a better life for all. Everyone can take part in building a better Racine County and in 2011, our donors and volunteers took action. The $5.25 million raised in our annual campaign, led by Christopher Ruud, is the highest in the history of United Way of Racine County. We are inspired and encouraged by the generosity of our donors and volunteers. Together, we are making change happen. In collaboration with many different partners, we were able to make progress in the areas of education, income and health - the building blocks for a good life. United Way supported numerous programs that enrich the lives of youth and adults. We will continue to develop measurable solutions to our county’s most pressing problems, while we also maintain a viable safety net for low-income individuals and families in crisis. With so much to be celebrated in 2011 and even more good things to come, we are heartened by the dedication and hope we share. Thank you for the confidence you have in United Way. Sincerely,

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Francisco Sanchez Board Chair

David L. Maurer President

ANNUAL INVESTMENTS United Way advances the common good,

creating opportunities for a better life for all by focusing on:




Helping children and youth achieve their potential

Promoting financial stability and independence

Improving people’s mental, emotional and physical health

„„ Children succeed in school and academic settings.

„„ Individuals gain skills for living-wage employment.

„„ Children are born healthy and develop to maximum capacity.

„„ Children gain knowledge and skills.

„„ Individuals have emergency needs met.

„„ Adults prevent and/or remedy health and safety issues.

„„ Children succeed in a variety of settings.

„„ Individuals function well in their day-to-day lives.

„„ Children make positive health choices.


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EDUCATION To ensure children succeed in school, United Way of Racine County funds programs that improve academic performance, from preschool through graduation. In addition to providing more than 6,500 children with safe, structured afterschool programming three or more hours per week (the amount of engagement proven to improve school achievement), the following outcomes were met: „„ 198 preschoolers increase social and cognitive skills.

of total investments Education plays a pivotal role in the success of a child and in the future of our community.

„„ 397 children demonstrate increased skills in reading and math. „„ 14 teen mothers are on track with their own education. „„ 349 students develop improved attitudes and study skills. „„ 566 children demonstrate improved coping skills and social functioning. „„ 168 children developed leadership skills through service learning activities. The Success by 6 Investment SUCCESS BY 6 Committee, a decision-making body of United Way of Racine County, has initiated the development of a public awareness campaign with the tagline of “Learning Starts Here.” The campaign will increase community awareness on the role of parents/ caregivers, the importance of early childhood development and being engaged in positive ways in the lives of young children from birth to age six.

Reading proficiency continues to be a concern with Racine Unified students lagging behind the state average, although in other parts of the county, third graders perform at higher levels. Public high school graduation rates mirror the reading picture with Racine Unified four-year graduation rate at 67 percent and Burlington, Union Grove and Waterford all above 89 percent.

The Caring for Kids Investment Committee sponsored the start-up of Schools of Hope Racine, a United Way-led initiative in partnership with Racine Unified School District, local businesses and other concerned community members, to provide young children with tutors on a regular basis that will increase reading achievement in the early grades, a key element of academic success leading to productive adulthood.

Schools of Hope

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ANNUAL INVESTMENTS INCOME During the past six years, United Way has continued to increase its support of programs that help individuals gain skills for living wage employment. In 2011, about 500 adults developed new skills and more than 1,000 adults obtained and maintained stable employment, including the 42 families served by the financial stability initiative, Advancing Family Assets. Many of the programs funded by United Way to address special needs and mental health issues now include the employability component as well as skills for asset management. Addressing emergency and immediate needs of low-income individuals and families has been a long-term commitment for United Way. In 2011, more than 2,000 individuals accessed needed resources and benefits such as shelter or clothing, with 125 receiving housing vouchers. American Red Cross received $10,000 in reimbursements for providing disaster relief to Racine County residents needing emergency support.

A good income means earning enough to sustain self and family through retirement. In 2011, Racine County continued to experience challenges with county-wide unemployment estimates at 8.2 percent for November, ranking as the 20th highest unemployment rate among the 72 Wisconsin counties. The November unemployment rate for the city of Racine was estimated at 11.8 percent, making Racine the Wisconsin city with the highest unemployment rate.

United Way of Racine County supports IMPACT 2-1-1 which connects people who need resources to the right agencies or organizations through the online resource database or by dialing 2-1-1 for assistance with basic needs; income maintenance programs, such as public health insurance benefits; substance abuse and mental health issues; education and employment; family and parenting concerns; financial issues, such as foreclosure, concerns and difficulty with paying utility bills; need for counseling and supportive services; legal assistance and eviction issues; aging and disability concerns, and more. Good health can improve success rates in school and in the workplace. Community health concerns include prenatal care, low birth weight babies, blood lead levels in children, alcohol and drug use, crime, and abuse. Rates of infant mortality, teen pregnancy, and juvenile and adult crime have decreased in recent years, along with risky behaviors (smoking, drinking, etc.) as reported by youth. However, rates of elder abuse and cases of sexually transmitted infections seem to be trending up for Racine County.

HEALTH United Way funds programs that work to ensure children are born healthy, stay healthy and grow up in safe, nurturing environments. As a result, about 400 adults increased knowledge of early childhood development and positive parenting. Child outcomes around health and safety include: „„ 155 children demonstrate healthy development based on ASQ screenings. „„ 4,320 students demonstrate positive refusal skills against risky behaviors. „„ More than 6,800 children learn skills to avoid abusive situations. United Way also funded programs for low-income families, senior citizen or those with developmental disabilities or mental illness to improve quality of life for adults with the following outcomes: „„ More than 2,300 low-income individuals obtain needed health care. „„ 55,000 clients receive food referrals for food pantries and meal programs. „„ 2,155 adults report less stress and better daily functioning.

United Way serves as fiscal agent and funding partner for the Racine County Family Resource Center Network, funded chiefly by Children’s Trust Fund, in partnership with Children’s Service Society of Wisconsin, Racine County Human Services Department, and Next Generation Now. Network Provider meetings for direct service providers who currently work with families with children prenatal to age three and families facing multiple risk factors within Racine County provide opportunities to share resources and effectively coordinate services to families at risk for child abuse and neglect. This project also supports a home visitor and the Community Response Program which works to strengthen families with referred, but not substantiated, incidents of child abuse or neglect.

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OUR PARTNERS United Way funds programs and projects that achieve specific, measurable participant or client outcomes in the areas of education, income and health. The following agencies are the partners we funded in 2011: Alliance on Mental Illness of Racine County (NAMI Racine) American Red Cross in Southeastern Wisconsin The Arc of Racine County Asset Builders of America Money Conference Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Racine and Kenosha Counties Boy Scouts - Three Harbors Council Burlington Safety Patrol Burlington Senior Center, Inc. Burlington Transitional Living Center Shelter Program The Cathe Center Catherine Marian Housing, Inc. (Bethany Apartments) Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee Central Racine County Health Department Cerebal Palsy Agency of Racine County (RADD) Children’s Service Society of Wisconsin Cops ‘N Kids Reading Center Inc. Development Disabilities Information Services

Family Literacy of Racine Family Service of Racine Family Smart/Kid Friendly East Family Smart/Kid Friendly Partnership Focus on Community Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast Health Care Network, Inc. Homeless Assistance Leadership Organization (HALO) Impact 2-1-1 John XXIII Educational Center LGBT Center of Southeast Wisconsin Lincoln Lutheran of Racine, Inc. Love, Inc. Lutheran Social Services of WI and Upper MI, Inc. Next Generation Now Racine Area Manufacturers and Commerce (Leadership Racine) Racine Area Soccer Association Racine County Food Bank Racine County Workforce Development Center (E3 Employ, Enrich, Engage) Racine Family YMCA Racine Friendship Clubhouse

Racine/Kenosha Community Action Agency (VITA) Racine Literacy Council Racine Unified School District Summer Event Racine Vocational Ministry, Inc. Racine Youth Sports, Inc. SAFE Haven of Racine, Inc. The Salvation Army - Burlington The Salvation Army - Racine Corps TLS - Transitional Living Services University of Wisconsin - Extension Racine County (Racine Touchpoints) University of Wisconsin - Parkside (Center for Community Partnership, Mentoring Capacity Building Program) Urban League of Racine and Kenosha Voces de la Frontera (The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration) Volunteer Center of Racine County Western Racine County Health Department Women’s Resource Center of Racine Young Aviators Corporation Youth for Christ - Southeastern Wisconsin

Representatives from 17 different United Way Partner Provider agencies, with programs serving residents in western Racine County, gather in front of United Way’s Burlington office at 615 North Pine Street. United Way of Racine County  2011 Annual Report  5


Challenge 2. Stronger, more financially stable families

“Higher Expections,” Racine County Workforce Development 10-Year Plan

By 2020, Advancing Family Assets will have measurably increased the financial and family stability of at least 500 families in Racine County, achieving a variety of positive outcomes within the families leading to increases in the number of reliable and productive workers, ultimately reducing poverty in Racine County.

Income Highlights „„ 75% of AFA adults are employed. „„ 77% of families follow their monthly budgets. „„ 73% of families improve their debt situation by paying off old debt and not gaining new “bad” debt. „„ 90% of families are “banked.” „„ Nine families moved to safer, more affordable residences.

As part of the 2011 Advancing Family Assets Nutrition Series, 46 AFA participants took part in the field trip to Growing Power Urban Farm & Community Food Center in Milwaukee, a national, non-profit organization committed to providing equal access to healthy, affordable food. AFA families are seen here with Will Allen, Growing Power founder.

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Advancing Family Assets supports families through an intensive coaching approach by working to build skills and change behaviors in the areas of income, education and health while helping all family members focus on their best possible futures: adults get better jobs, families manage their money better, young children engage in preschool experiences and are prepared to succeed in kindergarten, school age children do better in school and participate in afterschool activities, family members develop healthy relationships and all members of the family practice healthy lifestyles. These conditions and behaviors give families the best chance for success. Advancing Family Assets ensures the provision of high-quality coaching services with Individual Success Plans, jointly developed with AFA family members, that address the whole person/family across life domains and systems related to income, education and health. Since 2009, when AFA first began delivering services to families, 69 families have worked to make improvements in their lives. During the second year of program implementation, 42 families participated at least three months. Retention of program participants has increased since the first year of implementation. Currently, almost all AFA families reside in the City of Racine, with two families living in Union Grove. Education Highlights „„ 60% of AFA preschoolers are school-ready (ASQ results).

Health Highlights „„ 70% of young children are on track for healthy development.

„„ 73% of children/youth are engaged in afterschool programs.

„„ 80% of families are pursuing healthy physical activity, i.e. YMCA memberships.

„„ 49 AFA participants attended AFA’s Back-to School Family event for school supplies. „„ 16 AFA adults are improving employability with additional training or education.

„„ All household living conditions meet basic safety standards. „„ All family members remain drugfree with no referrals to in/out patient treatment.

RESOURCES The 2012 Community Indicators Report features regional statistical information on education, income and health based on data through the end of 2011. With the information in the report, our community can make well-informed decisions and track results. View the full report at community-indicators-report

FamilyWize provides free prescription discount cards. In 2011, residents in Racine County saved $110,768! On average, people in our community saved $20 per prescription. For more information, please visit

United Way, with support from the Runzheimer Foundation, brought Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library to western Racine County in 2009. Locally, approximately 550 children have participated in the program, with more than 400 children currently receiving free books. “My child is so excited for her book to come each month and loves that it is addressed to her. We always have to sit down and read it right away!” - Imagination Library Participant For more information, please visit imagination-library



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United Way manages the Racine County Afterschool website in an effort to connect students, parents and other youth-focused professionals with afterschool programs. In 2011, United Way worked to update the site to include listings of programs west of I-94 and easier navigation.

In October 2011, United Way unveiled a dramatically redesigned website. The new site is more interactive, easier to navigate and wrapped in a contemporary package. The URL is the same

Through grant making and community service, Youth As Resources (YAR) empowers young people to make a positive difference in their communities. YAR funds youth-designed, youthimplemented community service projects that address specific needs or problems in Racine County. See more information on YAR at Youth As Resources had four grant deadlines during 2011 and funded six projects totaling $4,493. Since 1996, YAR has awarded $252,155 for 382 community service projects that address a variety of local needs.

2011 YAR Funded Projects “Spring Celebration” – Racine Family Literacy “Walden Wheels” – Walden High School “Karcher Community Clean-up” – Karcher Middle School “Project Pen Pals” – Jerstad-Agerholm Elementary School

“Project Dare to Hope” – Searching Together Missionary Baptist Church “Storybook Friends” – The PAC House

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VOLUNTEER LEADERSHIP Every year hundreds of caring people volunteer with United Way. Their efforts and service hours are helping to advance the common good and improve lives in Racine County. Our community is a better place because of them. Thank you.




VICE-CHAIRS AT-LARGE Kevin McCabe Alicia Tanguma Scott Terry John Siegert


Members at Large Andrew (Drew) Abram Milous Adams Patrick Bohon Susan Boland Maria Campbell Carmen Castro

Bruce Duerr Jennifer Eastman Ethel Gates Mark Geisler Mike Goebel Patricia Hoffman

Daniel Horton Keontay Jackson Ray Koukari Ann Laing Cristie Leto Jeff McKeown

Steve McLaughlin Chad Novasic Guadalupe (Wally) Rendon Debra Rudan Richard Ruffo

James Shaw Kelli Stein Richard J. Tinder James Walker Leslie Wininger

Susan Boland Keontay Jackson

Chris Leberfing

Bob O’Brien

James Walker

Andrew (Drew) Abram

Cristie Leto

Jeff McKeown

Debra Rudan

Alicia Tanguma

Bruce Duerr

Scott Terry

John Siegert

Milous Adams Nancy Anderson Mary Gelhoff Chris Leberfing

Laura Matter Mark Mundl Deborah Pierre-Louis

Rakesh Popli Teresa Reinders Karen Severson

Jerrod Taylor Mandy Wellen Mary Wyant

Ethel Gates Mike Goebel Pete Knotek

Kevin Mieczkowski Maria Morales

Marilyn Nemeth Craig Olsen

Juan Ruiz Scott Sharp

Matt Andis Chris Antonneau Rod French Mark Geisler

Mark Gelhaus Chris Henkes Kathy Hinze Rebecca Mason

Kevin McCabe Greg Mueller Don Romsa Shannon Rollins

Jim Small Gene Szymczak Claire Welaski

Barb Drew Alexa Haigh

Jane Kurylo Julie Moriarity

Steve Schiele Peter Stein

Marnet Zimmer

Finance Committee CHAIR Tom Burke

Personnel Committee CHAIR Denise Wilcox

Nominating Committee CHAIR Kevin McCabe

Community Invesment Committee CHAIR Paul Rohling

Labor Advisory Committee CHAIR Jeff Van Koningsveld

Campaign Cabinet CHAIR Christopher Ruud VICE-CHAIR Dave Johnson

Loaned Employees Michelle Bouwma Regina Scott Brooks

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Western Racine County ACTION Committee Amanda Bulgrin Patricia Hoffman

Barb Kopack-Hill Tom McLaughlin

Sandy Neske Chad Novasic

Kamal Taylor

Rick Tinder

Blaine Metzger Jim Parrish

Mike Peterson Kara Reske

Kim Schulte Jerodd Taylor

Dorothy Sack

Tom Sierminski

Diane M. Ingalsbe Allison Kirklin Kevin W. McCabe Sandi McClaron

Eric Nielsen Beth H. Shelton Lloyd R. Swager Brenda Thomas

Mandy Wellen Valerie Zamecnik Candy Zicarelli

Janis Lemke Shannon McGuire

Dorothy Sack Sharon Schulz

Melody Streeter Culleen Witthuhn

Dan Baran Patrick Bohon Matthew Clausen Lindsay Fiori Scott Frey

JoAnn Goodyear Joe Heck Gary Hovan David Kleba

John Merrill Cami Meyer LeRoy Miller Vickie Miller

Kim Poehlman Rakesh Popli Carolyn Powers Cherry Wardrip

Jacob Ahn Mike Anderson Casey Ange Stephanie Besaw Tyra Butler Matthew Campbell Mia Coney Hope Conner

Chrissy Craig Jenny Craig Katelyn Flynn Madeline Ford Mary Franitza Jimmy Gullberg Shannon Holliman MaryBeth Kallio

Michael Kelly Shannon Kelly Tony Kinnard Seth Kuranz Robby Leto Selina Levy Milan Meyers

Megan Morey Ciara Page Mavis Rohling Emilie Smiley Samantha Smiley Yimin (Amy) Wang Claire Weyers

Community Investment Financial Team CHAIR Chris Leberfing

Mark Dahms Paul Krumrie Kara Metzger

ACCESS Investment Committee CHAIR Nancy Anderson

Keontay Jackson


Caring for Kids Investment Committee CHAIR Mary Gehlhoff FINANCIAL ADVISORS Mark Dahms Paul Krumrie Kara Reske Kim M. Schulte

Olivia Alcorta Randy Dorece Kathy Dunkerson Jill Fall

Success by 6 Investment Committee CO-CHAIRS Mark Mundl Deborah Pierre-Louis

Sue Chernik Jennifer Eastman Sue Goelz


Supporting Self-Sufficiency Investment Committee CO-CHAIRS Laura Matter Teresa Reinders Jerodd Taylor FINANCIAL ADVISORS Chris Leberfing Blaine Metzger Kara Metzger Mike Peterson

Youth As Resources Board COORDINATOR Jessica Safransky 2010-11 CHAIR Shan Sivanushanthan 2011-12 CHAIR Emma Campion

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2011 CAMPAIGN A record-breaking year Thanks to the support of hundreds of companies, organizations and an estimated 10,000 individuals, a record-breaking total of $5,250,000 was raised during this year’s United Way campaign efforts throughout Racine County. Christopher Ruud, president of Ruud Lighting, led this year’s campaign with the help of more than 20 community leaders in his Campaign Cabinet and ten Loaned Employees. In addition, hundreds of people volunteered within their individual workplace campaigns. Highlights: „„ SC Johnson & Son remains the largest contributor, raising an outstanding $1.6 million among employees and a corporate match. „„ At Andis, more than 20 employees volunteered to get a Mohawk haircut along with company president Matt Andis if they reached their 2011 company-wide goal. Andis not only met that goal, but exceeded their past year’s total by 22 percent. They have increased their campaign by 200 percent in the last four years.

Campaign Chair Christopher Ruud announces the campaign results at the 2011 Victory Celebration.

„„ CNH achieved results 20 percent ($120,000) higher than last year as a result of engaging leadership from across the divisions and locations and doing a multitude of successful special events. „„ Special fundraising efforts in support of the expansion of United Way’s community impact initiative, Advancing Family Assets, resulted in significant contributions from key community leaders, above and beyond their regular workplace campaign commitments, due to their particular interests in employment and financial stability of low-wage working families. „„ In addition to CNH, a number of companies achieved unprecedented growth: Educators Credit Union was up 40 percent, Ruud Lighting was up 30 percent, Runzheimer was up 40 percent, JK Management was up 22 percent and Putzmeister was up 54 percent, just to acknowledge a few.

CNH employees assembled bikes as part of a corporate team-building activity and then generously donated the bikes to children in the Advancing Famliy Assets program. AWE SOME!

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„„ There were 29 new companies who participated in this year’s campaign, resulting in $16,000 new dollars. Some of those companies included Poclain Hydraulics, R&B Grinding, TriCore, and Piggly Wiggly - Washington.

THEY DON’T JUST WEAR THE SHIRT. .. Modine employees help put plastic on the wind ows at Bethany Apartments for insulation during the winter months.

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BACK UNITED WAY-SUPPORTED PROGRAMS GIVE of United Way. RADD makes homemade dog treats to sell in support

Western Racine County Campaign Being United Way of Racine County means that companies and individuals from across the entire county get involved with United Way. Since 2009, United Way has maintained a satellite office in western Racine County. The office at 615 North Pine Street in Burlington provides residents with additional access to United Way resources and helps to strengthen partnerships with the local community. The Western Racine County ACTION Committee was formed in the summer of 2011 and consists of individuals who live and/or work in Burlington, Union Grove, Waterford, and the surrounding communities. The group focuses its efforts on strengthening relationships with local partners, raising awareness and promoting efforts of United Way west of I-94. In 2011, the committee planned and participated in several events, such as: „„ United Way Awareness Day - Events were held at Burlington High School, Catholic Central High School, Union Grove High School, and Waterford High School during varsity football games. Cheerleaders tossed LIVE UNITED t-shirts into the crowds and the Union Grove and Catholic Central dance teams performed during halftime wearing the LIVE UNITED shirt!

IF YOU FEED THEM, TH EY WILL COME Lavelle Industries hosted a car amel apple sale in support of United Way...a delicious way to invest in the community!

„„ Super Saturday - United Way hosted a free bouncy house for children in downtown Union Grove and distributed literature about Imagination Library. More than 30 children registered for the program during the event. Grove Gear employees volunteered their time to help for the second year in a row. „„ Spooky City - United Way helped to organize the children’s Halloween costume parade and emcee the Magic Show held at the Plaza Theater in Burlington. LIVE UNITED balloons and temporary tattoos were seen everywhere, with 50 lucky kids taking home a LIVE UNITED t-shirt! „„ Waterford Fall Festival - Seventeen more preschool children joined the Imagination Library program at this event. „„ Burlington Home Expo and Waterford Home and Commerce Show United Way distributed literature and balloons from our display booths. United Way’s increased presence in western Racine County resulted in an increase of $19,135 in donations from the previous year’s campaign. Approximately 30 companies from west of I-94 participated in the campaign, with about 10 new companies joining their ranks. The dollars raised are reinvested in the community with more than $550,000 going to programs, services and special projects that touch the lives of approximately 30,000 residents in the communities west of I-94.

ntary in Burlington show their Teachers from Winkler Eleme UNITED t-shirts. United Way pride in their LIVE

Special thanks to the following organizations for providing a 2011 Loaned Employee or sponsorship: CNH America LLC Educators Credit Union Health Care Network

Modine Manufacturing Racine Federated Ruud Lighting

SC Johnson & Son, Inc. Twin Disc Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare - All Saints United Way of Racine County  2011 Annual Report  11

2011 CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTING ORGANIZATIONS 3M Company A & E Hand Tools Abbott Laboratories Accounting and Business Services Alliance on Mental Illness of Racine Co. (NAMI Racine) Alliant Physical Therapy Group LLC Alloy Welding Inc. Allstate Insurance Company American Automobile Association American General Finance Ameriprise Financial Andis Company Associated Bank Assurant Health AT & T Augie’s Excavating, Inc. Aurora Health Care B & J Stowell dba H&R Block Baxter & Woodman Baxter Healthcare Baymont Inn and Suites BCI Best Buy Big Brothers Big Sisters of Racine and Kenosha Counties, Inc. Boston Store Boy Scouts - Three Harbors Council Bridgestone/Firestone, Inc. BRP North America Burlington Area School District Butter Buds Food Ingredients Canella Response Television Carpetland Flooring Center Carthage College Cassity Tree Service, Inc. Catherine Marian Housing Inc. Catholic Central High School

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee Ceanet, Inc. Children’s Service Society of Wisconsin CJW Inc. Clifton Gunderson, LLP CNH America LLC Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Combined Federal Campaign - CFC Communications Workers of America Local 4611 Community State Bank Cooper Power Systems/Cooper Industries CRB Insurance CSL Plasma Services Daniels Family Funeral Homes The Klement’s Sausa & Crematory ges welcomed guests to a cookout hosted David Insurance Agency, Inc. Express Employmen by t Professionals, Alli Delta Flexible Products, Inc. ant Physical Therap Im ag e M an y, ag em ent, Carpetland, an Derse Exhibits d David Insurance. Diversey, Inc. Dot’s Place Dr. Pepper Snapple Group Dremel Rotary & Benchtop Power Tools Exelon Corporation Johnson Foundation, Inc. Duracolor Express Employment Professionals Johnson Keland Management, Inc. Durand Automotive Center, LLC. Family Literacy of Racine Johnson Outdoors, Inc. E C Styberg Engineering Family Service of Racine JP Morgan Chase & Co. Eckmann Pressed Metal Company Fed-Ex Knight-Barry Title, Inc. Econoprint/EGX Group First Choice Pre-Apprenticeship Kohl’s Department Store Educators Credit Union First Weber Group Kranz, Inc. El Paso Corporation Fischer Precise L & S Electric, Inc Electronic Systems of Wisconsin Flippy’s Fast Food Lakeside Curative Services Eli Lilly Focus on Community Landmark Credit Union Erickson Auto Trim Fogarty & Associates, LLC Landmark Title of Racine Fred’s Parkview Lavelle Industries, Inc. Gateway Technical College LDV, Inc. GE Capital Lincoln Lutheran of Racine Girls Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast Longaberger- Jane Kurylo GlaxoSmithKline Lutheran Social Services of WI and Goodwill Industries of SE WI Upper MI, Inc. Gordon Food Service M&I Bank/BMO Harris Bank Gordon J. Maier & Company, LLP Macy & Co., Inc. Great Northern Corporation Manpower Inc Grove Gear Marcus Corporation HALO, Inc. May’s Insurance Agency Health Care Network, Inc. McDonald’s Restaurant - Lathrop HSBC - North America McDonald’s Restaurant - Washington IBM Merchants Moving & Storage Image Management LLC Merck & Co., Inc. InSinkErator Merrill Lynch Inventive Solutions Metalworld, Inc. ITW National Midland Packaging and Display J C Penney Co Miller Compressing Company Jenkins & Vojtisek Miller Plumbing & Supply John XXIII Educational Center Miller’s Flowers s in support David Gautsch and Nicole Chekanoff sell root beer float John’s Main Event Modine Manufacturing Co spirit! Johnson & Johnson Nelson Electric Supply Co of United Way at InSinkErator while showing their team Johnson Controls, Inc. Nestle USA Johnson Financial North Shore Animal Hospital

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Northwestern Mutual Life O & H Danish Bakery OfficeMax Pactiv Corporation Parallel Employment Group Pave-Tech, Inc. Pet Valhalla, Inc. Petersen Machine / Pioneer Products Pfizer, Inc. Piggly Wiggly- Washington Avenue Plumb Gold, Ltd. Poclain Hydraulics, Inc. Premier Aluminum, Inc. Project Management Associates Public Golf Associates Putzmeister America, Inc. Quadra, Inc. Quick-Cable Corporation R&B Grinding Co., Inc. Racine AFL-CIO Labor Council Racine Area Manufacturers and Commerce (RAMAC) Racine Broadcasting, LLC WRJNAM/WEZY-FM Racine Correctional Institution Racine County Racine County Economic Development Corp Racine County Food Bank Racine County Opportunity Center Racine Cyclery and Fitness LLC Racine Education Association Racine Family YMCA Racine Federated, Inc. Racine Friendship Clubhouse Racine Literacy Council Racine Marriott

Racine Unified School District Racine Vocational Ministry, Inc. Racine Youthful Offender Correctional Facility Racine/Kenosha Community Action Agency RADD Raymond School District River House Pub and Grill Robert E Ellsworth Correctional Robert W. Baird & Co Inc Rockwell Automation Runzheimer International Ruud Lighting SAFE Haven of Racine, Inc. Salvation Army Sam’s Club Sargento Foods Inc. SC Johnson & Son Retirees SC Johnson & Son, Inc. Schneider National SE Wisconsin Building & Const. Trades SEIU Healthcare Wisconsin Sheet Metal Workers Local 18 ShopKo Spee-Dee Packaging Machinery Inc Spring Dental Group, Ltd. St Catherine’s High School State of Wisconsin Talk of Town Talmer Bank and Trust Target #0152 Teamsters Local Union No. 43 The Arc of Racine County The Garvey Group The Hershey Company

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The Journal Times The Prairie School Thrivent Financial Time Warner Entertainment TJW Investments LLC TransCanada PipeLine USA Ltd. Tri City National Bank TriCore, Inc. Trustmark Insurance Company Tuesday Optimist Club Twin Disc Inc UAW Southeastern Wisconsin CAP Council Unico Inc United Health Group United Lodge 66 Machinists Union United Parcel Service United Way in Waukesha United Way Metro Chicago United Way of Central and NE Connecticut United Way of Central Indiana United Way of Dane County United Way of Greater Milwaukee United Way of Kenosha County United Way of McHenry County United Way of Metro Dallas United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta United Way of New England United Way of North Rock County United Way of Racine County United Way of San Diego County United Way of the Greater Dayton Area United Way of the Midlands United Way of the Mid-South United Way of the Ozarks

University of Wisconsin - Parkside Urban League of Racine and Kenosha, Inc. US Bank Valley of the Sun United Way Verallia Village of Mount Pleasant Village of Sturtevant Walgreens Corporate Walker Forge, Inc. Wal-Mart Store #2668 Wal-Mart Store #3488 Warren Industries Waterford Union High School WE Energies WellPoint Foundation Wells Fargo Bank NA Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare /All Saints William Halsey LLC Wilson’s Coffee & Tea Wisconsin Plating Works Of Racine Wisconsin Screen Process, Inc. Women’s Resource Center of Racine, Inc. Wyant Law Offices, SC Youth For Christ - Southeastern Wisconsin


Note: List compiled as of March, 2012. Our apologies if your company has been inadvertently omitted.

Send a sweet treat to show someone you care... Ruud Lighting raised more than $1,700 in one week selling candy grams!

Employees from Johnson Outdoors, Johnson Foundation and JK Management competed in a Jeopardy challenge as part of United Way activities. United Way of Racine County  2011 Annual Report  13

LEADERSHIP GIVING Beacon Circle members are community

champions who have demonstrated their commitment to a stronger community, right here in Racine County. They believe their community is indeed worthy of significant personal investment. Their gifts help community members of every age receive and maintain the assistance they need in order to achieve and maintain self-sufficient, productive lives. When the Beacon Circle leadership giving program began in 1997, 260 donors contributed $456,456. In the 2011 campaign, 823 donors contributed an astounding $1,280,954, comprising nearly 25 percent of the entire campaign. It is because of this exceptional leadership that United Way of Racine County ranks above the 75th percentile in donations per capita for United Ways of similar size.

Mike Kobylka and Christopher Ruud, RAMAC president ing the County Executive Jim Ladwig chat dur 1. leadership gathering held in June, 201

TOCQUEVILLE SOCIETY Ordre de Fraternité ($75,000 - $99,999) Ruud Family Foundation

Ordre de Liberté ($25,000 - $49,999) Tom and Ginee Burke Edward and Laura Lonergan

Thank you to all the 2011 Beacon Circle and Tocqueville members for your extraordinary expression of leadership and providing the foundation for United Way of Racine County’s work in advancing the common good. Tocqueville Society was created to honor the goodwill and community leadership that inspired French philosopher and historian Alexis de Tocqueville’s writing about the caring and generosity of the American people more than 150 years ago. Tocqueville Society members receive public recognition locally for their contributions of $10,000 or more to United Way of Racine County and are included in the United Way Worldwide annual leadership giving publication, the National Tocqueville Society Registry.

Membres de la Société ($10,000 - $24,999) Gus and Sandy Antonneau Michael and Gloria Batten Karen and William Boyd Allen Buhler Family John and Lyn Erskine H. Fisk Johnson

Imogene P. Johnson Helen Johnson-Leipold and Craig Leipold Catherine and Bill Perez Alan and Patricia Ruud Christopher and Chantil Ruud Steve Soileau and Kay Villa

Ted Sokoly and Nancy Toll EC Styberg Foundation Eugene Szymczak Mary and Willard Walker Fred and Sandra Young

DIAMOND CIRCLE ($7,500 - $9,999) John and Julie Matthews

Jennifer C. and James M. Perkins

Steven P. and Judy M. Stanbrook

David C. Kaissling Margaret C. Kelsey and Michael J. Teich Dennis and Sandy Kontra Ko and Myrna Kryger David and Julie Maurer Jeffrey and Lisa Neubauer

Neal and Gerry Nottleson Dave and Cathy Perkins Steve Shibley Fran Strickland Jeffrey and Linda Waller

GOLD CIRCLE ($5,000 - $7,499) John and Jane Batten Alan and Marty Biland Scott and Elaine Bowser Christopher and Beth Eperjesy Fredrick and Deborah Ganaway Ron Jones

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SILVER CIRCLE ($2,500 - $4,999) Matt and Lisa Andis Jim and Marie Andreucci Gregory and Shona Barron David R. Beach and Carmen M. Rigau Pam and Chip Brewer Frank and Jane Bryant Lois and Ron Brzezinski Dominic and Rosemary Cariello R. A. Causey Tom and Sue Christensen Dave and Kathy Czerniejewski Agnieszka and Mark Dahms Jim and Jan DiMarco James and Audrey Ditter Patrick and Pamela Douglas Roger and Betty Anne Dower Dave and Jane Durment Mark and Linda Eckhardt Mary and John Erskine III Jim and Barb Feiertag Jana and Rick Fiegel Tim and Sheryl Ferry Tom and Lynne Fiser Jerry and Lynn Franke

Drew and Angela Franklin J.L. Fuhrman Mark and Eileen Geisler and Family Linda and Mark Gelhaus John and Cynthia Georgeson John and Cathy Goelz Brad and Marea Goodwin Darian and Mary Ellen Griffin Tracy Guard Jay and Nancy Gueldner Wayne and Traci Guillien Mary Harper Jeana and Aaron Holt Gene and Carol Holtz Sue and Dan Horton Stephen and Kathryn Hrpcek Mike and Michelle Hudak Tom and Annette Jacobson Jennifer C. and Charles W. Johnson Chuck and Barb Jopke Beth Klimczak Gerald and Marianne Konz Rich and Andrea Konz

Ken and Beth Kumer Brian and Angela Lee Joey and Anna LeGath Robert and Becky Lehner, Jr. Anthony and Cristie Leto Darwin and Janet Lewis Dennis and Linda Lloyd Don and Mary Lofty Keith and Jean Maurer Thomas and Susan Meitner Pascale and Alain Meyran Myles and Karen Mullikin Arthur Naleid Fund Tom and Jackie Nelson Lynn Kay Nienas Michelle and David Novick Monica and George Oess Jerry and Sue Oksiuta James G. Holland & Susan K. Ott-Holland Deanna and Jim Parrish Mary and Mike Patterson Patricia Penman Drs. Lawrence Platt and Michelle Snyderman Platt

John and Catherine Powell Paula and Gary Powell Victor and Maria Elena Puente Scott and Abby Putnam David and Nancy Quast William and Wendy Roeber John and Cindy Rote Mr. and Mrs. J. David Rowland Don and Bev Schumacher J.D. and Nancy Sedlar Dr. James and Kelly Semrau John Shannon and Jan Serr Tim and Mary Jo Sullivan Dan Taivalkoski and Chris Dellich Ron and Brenda Thomas Dr. Jim and Debbie Tierney Richard J. Tinder Xuan (Sue) Tran and James Frasher Bill and Patty Van Lopik Kiran and Meena Vedak Dan and Denise Wilcox

Dr. William Little David and Lisa Macnair Cory and Roseann Mason, III Kevin and Jeanine McCabe Mark and Kathy McCleary Bonnie and R. Scott McNeill John and Rhonda Monks Grace and Mark Murphy Dick and Mary Lee Odders Ben and Pam Oksiuta Kathleen and Michael Olson Shawn and Kelly Ostrowski Todd and Jane Paul John E. Peters Scott and Kara Reske Joe and Carmella Richards Tracy Richters and Robert Kerr Mike and Beth Rohrer Ken and Lynn Rustici

Frederick and Robin Schmidt Annette Angell-Schram and Dave Schram Kim M. Schulte Tom Sierminski Elizabeth A. Simermeyer and Family Jerry and Robin Smerchek Meg and Michael Sranske Kris and Leanne Thorsson Eric and Cheryl Truesdale Buddy and Marie Tucker Steve and Sandy Tyler Tom and Cathy Valentyn Bill and Shelley Van Atta Phil and Annette Wilson Tim and Debbie Woods

Nine Silver Circle donors chose to remain anonymous.

COPPER CIRCLE ($1,750 - $2,499) Greg and Carol Anderegg Marcia Andis Matthew L. and Rita Andis Laura Andis Bishop Chris Antonneau Jim and Kathy Beere Mr. F. Jerome Beere Cynthia and Evert Berndt Mike and Sharon Best LaMonte and Patricia Bohman Dean and Michelle Bratel John and Debbie Byrne Paul Byrne and Karen Sopik Sean and Maggie Carey Jim and Margie Carrington John and Kristin Chapman Roger and Mary Cornelius Thomas and Patricia Cummings Diane and Mike Delaney

Marvin and Nancy Dokter Jeff Eichholz Frank Ericson Jan and Clint Filipowicz F. Scott and Eloise Frey Jeff and Martha Friday Kim and Maureen Gillin Sharon and Keith Gostomski Catherine and Douglas Gundlach Tony and Andrea Hauser Jim and Lori Henderson Randy and Anthi Jerow David and Carrie Johnson Steve and Kathy Johnson Jim and Lynn Kimball Brian Kinnune Karin Kuhl David and Barbara Leifheit

Thirteen Copper Circle donors chose to remain anonymous.

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LEADERSHIP GIVING BRONZE CIRCLE ($1,000 - $1,749) Sam and Kathy Acker Mr. and Mrs. Edward Agnew Dave and Donna Albrecht L. Kylee Albright Martine Albritton Brendan and Erika Anderson Mike and Nancy Anderson Robert and Melissa Anderson Norm and Corinne Angotti Kim and Joan Ashton John and Karla Attanasio Darryl and Akemi Babu Lucy Bangs Barbara and James Barker David and Lisa Barrientez Robert and Julie Bates Jerome and Gail Becker Rick Behrend David and Colleen Benkendorf Thomas and Valarie Berger Bruce and Janet Bernberg Dr. Hemant and Mrs. Geeta Betrabet Jeff and Janice Bezzo Steve and Kathy Bierman Fred and Renee Billman Greg and Cindy Blair Alex Block Ms. Susan Boland Chuck and Vicki Boles Mark and Karen Bollmeier Kenneth and Laurie Boone Andrew and Kisha Boone Craig and Donna Braaten Dave and Amy Brown Scott and Susan Brucker David A. Buechel Thomas and Marcia Buhler Alex and Gina Burnett John and Maribeth Busey Maria L. Campbell Tim Campsall Steve and Denise Carter Ron and Carolyn Cassidente Marc and Lori Castor John L. Cayer and Wendy W. Cayer Rick and Amy Cermak Cedric and Belinda Chan Jane J. Choi and Michael S. Haisler Jim and Ellen Chwala Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Clark Matthew Clausen

Gabe and Robin Cleek Glenn and Dolores Coates Carolyn Cooke Mike and Michele Cretton Kendall and Annee Crook Tom and Linda Crowder Ann and Brian Daane Dhruba Das Sally Davis Oki and Carlo De Bernardi Mike Dries Cindy Drucker Bruce and Linda Duerr Jennifer Eastman Jim and Bonnie Eastman Dick and Pat Ehlert David and Colleen Eland John and Sandra Engel Marc English Ron and Barbara Erickson Sandy M. Erickson Robert Evangelisti Karen Evenson and Arvid Lager Dennis and Barbara Feider Patrice and Kevin Feltes Jon and Marla Ferch Tony and Karen Ferraro Massi and Alison Ferrentino Jennifer Fletcher Lee and Brenda Fluke John and Debra Fons Michael and Patricia Fox Bob and Kerry Frank Brian and Tammy French Tom and Lynda Friedel Jeffrey and Barbara Fries Craig and Jane Friesema Michelle Gabor Chris and Kristy Geary Michael and Tiane Gee James and Sharon Gierahn Randall Gifford Brian and Jean Gilner Bob and Pam Gleason Chuck and Cindy Goodremote Dick and Jane Gorton Colleen and Steve Gottschalk Susan C. Gould Alec and Kim Granger Julieta and Patricio Greco Peg and Geoff Greiveldinger Donna M. and Kevin M. Griffin Michelle Gross Trevor and Theresa Grove

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Patrick and Cindy Guiney Lee and Barbara Gutbrod Luann Hageman Stan and Sharon Hallin Ben and Jamie Hamilton Dr. Tod and Marilyn Hammes Pamala Handrow Todd and Elizabeth Hansen Scott and Krista Hansing Dr. and Mrs. Jerry and Sarah Hardacre II Patrick and Denise Harris Scott Harris Sue and Gerry Harsh Jeff and Dara Hart Robert and Jill Hartmann Jim Hasler Eric Haugaard and Maureen Goldstein Esther and Michael Helding Jack and Sue Helland Jim and Janice Hennessy Patricia Hensiak Todd and Jenny Herndon Scott and Holly Hess Edward Hill and Barbara Kopack Hill Phil and Mary Hines Ken and Kathy Hinze Lisa and Nick Hirsch Deborah and Richard Hitzelberger David and Pamela Hoadley Jennifer H. Hoffman Patrick and Patricia Hoffman Don and Teresa Holm Mark Holman Chuck Holtz Al and Joyce Hornish Ken and Melanie Horrell Tom and Renée Howard Tammy R. Hutchison David and Barbara Isaacson Paul and Mary Jaworski Brian L. Jensen and Mary C. Girsh-Jensen David and Arlette Johnson Jason and Rachel Johnson Marilyn Johnson Steve and Molly Johnson Jack and Peggy Jude Gordy and Rita Kacala Ron and Linda Kafchinski Jordana D. Kammerud

Bob and Lori Kampstra Richard J. Kassing Keith and Sharon Kennedy William Kessler Marsha and Larry Kimball Donald and Gabriella Klein Ken Kloet David and Katie Knabel Scott and Laura Knapp Joseph and Bonnie Knott Gary and Tamra Knudsen Roxanne Knuth Jeffrey and Susan Knutson Michael and Kerri Kobylka James and Sharon Koenen Dave Kolbaska Claudette and Paul Kolosowski Phillip and Rhonda Kongshaug John and Mary Koors Ray Koukari Jr. and Linda Naegeli Joe Kraus Shelley Kutis Terry and Harmony Lafferty Ann Laing Christopher S. Lamberton Phillip and Tracy Lancour John Langdell Steve and Amy Langer Shirley and Steve Langley Emily J. Lawrence and Steven S. Reynolds Mark and Ann Lee Richard and Ellen Leuenberger Family Fund Tom and Judy Linstroth Michael and Kay Lisco Serge E. Logan Jeffrey Lohman John and Kathy Loizzo Bruce and Gai Lorenzen Dr. James and Debra Luetzow Mark Lukow and Luanne Frey Dr. Ernest and Dorothy A. MacVicar Jeffrey and Linda Madore Chuck and Lynn Maglio James and Donna Makouske John and Linda Mallon John and Jennifer Mandli Carol Marshall Marjorie Martin Mark Martin Cory and Rebecca Mason

BRONZE CIRCLE ($1,000 - $1,749) Nick Mast Brant and Lori Maurer Stephen and Karen Mawn Greg Maxwell Terry McCarthy Michael McGlade Casey and Amy McIntosh Jeff and Meredith McKeown Julie C. Meyer Rev. Kevin Mieczkowski Robert A. and Michele M. Miller David and Patti Mirsberger John Moderwell Mohalley Family Matt and Sheena Montei Austin and Janine Moore Jon and Patti Morelli Emily S. Mueller Scott Munro Michael Murphy Allan and Joan Naegeli Brian and Patti Nagai Roula and Marwan Nakad Catherine and Ben Neal Willard and June Nettles Jean and Charles Nichols Hon. Mark F. Nielsen Christo and Tracy Nielsen Diana and Joe Nowak Debra A. Oakes Patrick and Betsie O’Brien Robert and Christine O’Brien June and Sean O’Donnell Tom and Kate O’Mara Mr. Steven J. Oppeneer Nicolai and Teri Orno John M. and Jan P. Owens Anthony and Heather Palermo William G. Parsons Steven J. Patkus Dr. Charles and Joan Patton Janet Payne

Alonzo and Kimberly Payne Margaret and Marty Payne Robert and Susan Payne Jorge Perez Jennifer M. Perkins Greg and Anne-Marie Peterson Jeanne Petit Peterson Kristi and Brian Peterson Robert E. and Agnes R. Peterson Karmen and Ron Pierce Steven, Megan, and Steven Pinter Jay and Kathy Poplawski Joy and Rakesh Popli Elizabeth and Patrick Powell David and Kathleen Powers Thomas and Betsy Powers Christopher Przybysz Chris and Jill Radi Judy and Michael Rahn Sammy and Denise Rangel Wayne and Margaret Rees Tom and Julie Reigle Jim and Deb Rexhausen Daniel and Glenda Risch Ken Roach Keith and Michelle Rode Douglas Roe Charles G. Rogalske Mavis and Paul Rohling Dr. Donald and Colleen Romsa Chad and Kara Rottier John S. and Paula G. Rowland Jay Price Ruffo Diane and Richard Ruffo Glenn and Gail Rusk Kyle C. Russell Gary and Sharon Sadler Francisco and Alix P. Sanchez David and Lynne Santalucia David A. and Barbara H. Schneider

Joy and John Schoene Stephen and Kathy Schroeder Michelle A. Schutte Louie H. Seabolt and Jane M. Hutterly LeRoy and Carolyn Seeger Debbie Seeger Jayant Sharma Steve and Natalie Shepard Steve and Bridget Shirley Dr. and Mrs. Howard W. Short Dr. and Mrs. Robert F. Siegert Donna and Harry Simonsen Tom and Carolyn Simpson Russell Skewes Dave and Shelley Smith Eric Smith and Theresa PyleSmith Stephen and Karen Smith Suzette Smith Mike and Kim Smolko Eva M. Sorenson Mitchell and Monika Sosnowski Susan Sparks Peter and Debra Stein Jim and Tori Stephens Phillip L. Stevens Bradford and Alejandra Stong Lori and Scott Strangberg Karen and Devin Sutherland Paul G. Szczesny Joyce A. Szulc Drs. Jim and Susan Taylor Robert and Beth Taylor David and Barbara Temple Jennifer Tenhaeff Paul and Mari Topitzes Dan Trittin D.D.S. The Family of Timothy and Rebecca Truel Jean M. Tsokatos Robert and Beth Tsuchiyama Don and Jeanne Tyree-Francis Tim and Cathy Ulrich

Nancy Underwood Bruce Varner Usha Vedula Gary and Sara Vidian Tony Vohs Richard W. Wadleigh Kevin and Mary Wagers James and Karen Walker Jim Walker Kevin M. Walker Doug and Jackie Walsh Mark and Nancy Wanggaard Jim and Cherry Wardrip Dr. Jonathan and Ana-Maria Wattelet Eric Weaver Linda Webster Robert and Kathleen Weeks Jay and Kirsten Weiss The Werner Family Kevin and Claire Weslaski John and Sheila Westrich Jennifer Whisman Gillian and Peter White Jim and Carla Wilks Dr. and Mrs. Warren H. Williamson Richard Wilson and Karen Carnabucci Wayne Wiltse Carlton and Leslie Wininger Bill and Jacki Winkler Chuck and Pat Wise Mark and Tamra Wittenberg Mark and Susan Worden Deborah Wunderle Weikang Xin James and Cathy Yonker Dr. and Mrs. David Zablotney Ninety-eight Bronze Circle donors chose to remain anonymous. List compiled as of March, 2012. If you donated $1,000 or more to the 2011 campaign but are not listed, please contact United Way.


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STATEMENT OF FINANCIALS United Way of Racine County, Inc.


STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION Current Assets Cash and cash equivalents Short-term investments

Public Support $ 2,304,219 1,916,010

Accrued interest receivable


Accounts receivable


Grants receivable


Prepaid expenses


Promises to give (net allowance of $365,335 for uncollectibles) TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS Other Assets Long-term promises to give

3,262,053 7,561,221 180,000

Long-term investments


Investments – Racine Community Foundation TOTAL OTHER ASSETS


Property and Equipment Equipment Leasehold improvements Less accumulated depreciation Net Property and Equipment TOTAL ASSETS


167,210 75,000 242,210 (201,806) 40,404 $ 9,160,597

Current Liabilities Accounts payable

$ 93,348

Accrued vacation


Campaign funds payable to agencies Agency allocations payable TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES



$ 4,567,918 129,309 4,697,227

Revenue Grants Racine County Human Services Department Emergency Shelter/Transitional Housing Grant Children’s Trust Fund Investment gain and interest income Endowment fund investment (losses) TOTAL REVENUE TOTAL PUBLIC SUPPORT AND REVENUE

209,558 118,485 86,555 35,771 (21,400) 428,969 5,126,196

Distributions and Expenses Allocation Expenses Functional Expenses Advancing Family Assets Community Impact Management and general Fundraising Total Functional Expenses INCREASE IN NET ASSETS NET ASSETS - BEGINNING OF YEAR NET ASSETS - END OF YEAR

3,423,285 319,623 472,209 301,742 430,928 1,524,502 4,947,787 178,409 7,110,307 $ 7,288,716

1,386,034 1,871,881


Temporarily restricted


Permanently restricted

566,818 7,288,716 $ 9,160,597

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Contributions (annual campaign net of $210,016 in uncollectible pledges) Contributions, prior period campaigns


Net Assets Unrestricted


Year Ended December 31, 2011

United Way of Racine County’s audit was conducted by Jenkins & Vojtisek, S.C., which delivered a complete unqualified audit. The audit is available for public review by calling Dave Maurer, President or Barb Jopke, VP Finance and Administration at 262-898-2240.

2011 UNITED WAY OF RACINE COUNTY STAFF Dave Maurer Jill Hartmann President and Chief Professional Officer Executive Assistant

Kimberly Payne AFA Program Director

Marisol Beauford Communications Specialist

Mari Hernandez AFA Family Coach

Misty Robinson AFA Receptionist

Colleen Benkendorf Western Racine County Manager

Barb Jopke Vice President - Finance and Administration

Sara Rogers AFA Family Coach

Michelle Brown Campaign Administrator

MaryBeth Kallio Community Investment Administrator

Alicia Gollaz AFA Family Coach Susan Gould Vice President - Community Impact Marie Hargrove Community Initiatives Administrator

AFA family coaches po se at the 2011 AFA Holiday party.

Jessica Safransky Youth As Resources Coordinator Tamekia Shaw AFA Family Coach

Joanee Meyerhofer Western Racine County Associate

Ashley Staeck Research, Grants and Evaluation Specialist

Tracy Nielsen Vice President - Marketing and Resource Development

Ron Thomas AFL-CIO Labor Liaison/Community Services Director

Jill and Jessica pop in with Tracy and Susan at the 2011 Int ernal Campaign.

Ron, Barb and Sara team together to create a racecar during the 2011 Internal Campaign.

Joanee and Colleen pass out United Way information Union Grove High School Football Gam at a e. United Way of Racine County ď‚– 2011 Annual Report ď‚– 19

2000 Domanik Drive Racine, Wisconsin 53404 262-898-2240

2011 Annual Report  

United Way of Racine County's 2011 Annual Report to the Community

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