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2008/2009

ANNUAL

REPORT


OUR MISSION To improve the lives of people and their families by mobilizing and uniting the caring power of our community.

HISTORY OF UNITED WAY United Way began 120 years ago in Denver, Colorado with a handful of community leaders working together to raise resources to help children and families and became known as the Community Chest. Over the years we have operated under a number of names and our expertise and focus has always been in human services. Your local United Way of Sarasota County was formed in 1947.

UNITED WAY’S UNIQUE ROLE Today we continue our work to advance the common good by focusing on Education, Income and Health. These are the building blocks for a good life—a quality education that leads to a stable job, enough income to support a family through retirement, and good health. • We focus on just one thing, health and human services. • We give you an accountability level involving your own community leadership that monitors results; and brings other supporters to the kind of causes you believe in. • United Way is able to leverage your gift. For every dollar you give to United Way, we are able to leverage additional funding from other sources.

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS Chair Marc Lazarus R & L Healthcare Advisors

LEADERSHIP AND EXPERTISE IN HUMAN SERVICES • Broad reach of relationships with government entities, community health and human service agencies, and local business leaders • Ability to leverage funding dollars to create initiatives with measurable outcomes improving all areas of a family’s life • Strong, experienced and diverse board of directors and community leadership • Conservative fiscal management with experienced volunteer committees overseeing expenditures and endowment investments • Community Impact Committee consisting of community partner volunteers who screen all agency programs to insure sound investments, and that funded programs meet objectives with measurable outcomes • Knowledge of the community and responsiveness to its needs with the ability to create programs as issues arise, such as 2-1-1, Suncoast Partnership to End Homelessness, Building Strong Families, Success By 6, and Volunteer Income Tax Assistance

Vice Chair Debra Douglas FCCI Insurance Group

Treasurer Susan Scott Sarasota County Government

Philip A. Delaney, Jr. Northern Trust

Rae Dowling Florida Power & Light

E. Keith DuBose Matthews, Eastmoore, Hardy, Crauwels & Garcia, P.A.

Brian Hall Sabal Palm Bank

Kimberly Hopper Regions Bank

Dr. Kenneth C. Kiehl Community Volunteer

Nelson Lane (Ex-Officio) Sarasota Memorial Health Care System

Robert J. Lane Kerkering Barberio

Mark Lipford Comcast

Immediate Past Chair Shaun P. Merriman Gateway Bank

Peter Norden Clear Channel

Nora Patterson Sarasota Board of County Commissioners

Karen E. Rushing Clerk of the Circuit Court

Joe Taylor Publix Super Markets. Inc.

Lori M. White The School Board of Sarasota County Florida

Ex-Officio Alex Young President & CEO

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LETTER FROM CHAIR AND PRESIDENT This past year has been a tremendous challenge to our community, a challenge that has impacted the personal lives of thousands of families in our community. We’re extremely grateful to our partner agencies that have worked so hard to meet the increased demands, to our donors that rose to the occasion and continued or increased their support, and to our volunteer leaders who made the difficult decisions needed to change funding priorities to reflect the economy. We are very proud to have partners who insist on the highest level of quality in the work we do for our community. For hard-working families, that means sustaining food and shelter; for parents, it means finding quality child care; for the disabled, it’s about participating fully in life; and for those facing a crisis, our partners work year-round to protect people and help them regain control of their lives. Marc Lazarus Chairman of the Board 2008/2009

Alexander L. Young President and CEO

United Way’s focus on health and human service issues, our record of accountability, and our willingness to partner with organizations and individuals from all sectors of our community allow us to make the best use of the contributions of our citizen’s time, talents, and generous financial support. Those partnerships over the years have led to the creation of United Way 2-1-1, a region-wide service handling over 50,000 calls for help last year, to the ongoing work of Success By 6, our community's effort to ensure children are ready for school and life, and to other efforts like ‘Building Strong Families’, our program to prevent homelessness which has been adopted in seven other communities in Florida and Ohio. Our Board has adopted the Financial Stability PartnershipTM as a longterm effort to help hard-working people and their families achieve financial independence. Through efforts focused on increasing families’ income through programs like the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance service, participating in the creation of the Manatee-Sarasota Workforce Partnership, and a process designed to support financial education, we are moving forward to create a better quality of life for everyone in our region. Your compassion and generosity have made the accomplishments highlighted in this Annual report possible, and for that we say, “Thank you”!

Marc Lazarus 2008/2009 Board Chairman

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Alexander L. Young President and CEO


EDUCATION.

United Way of Sarasota County has a long history of helping children and youth achieve their potential!

IMPACT. SUCCESS BY 6 Leadership Council E. Keith DuBose, Chair Matthews, Eastmoore, Hardy, Crauwels & Garcia, P.A.

United Way Success By 6™ (SB6) focuses on all children, birth to age six. Locally, the goals are three-fold: children are healthy, safe and prepared for kindergarten; parents are empowered to be their child’s first teacher; and community values and supports early childhood development. Some of the key activities include:

Cathy Winkler, Past Chair Sarasota Memorial Health Care System

Kerry Kirschner Argus Foundation

John Lewis Community Volunteer

Karen Rushing Clerk of the Circuit Court

Supporting Hands, Hospital Newborn Bag, filled with infant care and developmental information for over 4,800 new moms each year at Sarasota Memorial Hospital. Emergency Childcare Scholarship, short-term funding for a child in pre-school while the family works through a crisis. Getting Ready for Kindergarten Calendar, 12 months of daily interactive activities for children and parents to enjoy as well as necessary developmental information and contacts for available services. Ready Set Grow Family Fair, free for all families, providing information on child development, health education, safety facts and school readiness in a fun, safe environment.

Janice Mee Community Volunteer

Michael Bigner Third Wave Consulting Group

C. J. Fishman Fishman & Associates

Maureen Avila Avila Family Law Office

Bill Little Sarasota County Health & Human Services

Wendy Smith Publix Super Markets, Inc.

David Adkins Herald-Tribune Media Group

Look for the Stars Community Partnership, a consumer guide to help parents choose the right pre-school, administered by the Early Learning Coalition of Sarasota County and supported by Success By 6™ in partnership with several key funders in the County. United Way Success By 6™ proudly works in partnership with business, government, education, health, and human services together to create long-lasting changes for a brighter future for children. 4


INCOME.

IMPACT.

United Way of Sarasota County is passionate about offering hard-working individuals and families the opportunities to move toward financial independence!

The Financial Stability Partnership™, a new initiative of United Way, focuses on the goal of transforming the financial tightrope that many families face in Sarasota to solid ground where households can access financial education programs, find resources/services to manage their money, and save for the future and build assets. Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program increases the number of residents applying for EITC (Earned Income Tax Credits) and CTC (Child Tax Credits) with free tax preparation sites. In the first year United Way operated 2 permanent tax preparation sites in Sarasota and Venice with mobile outreach to Englewood, Nokomis and North Port. 43 trained VITA volunteers helped clients receive $578,044 in total refunds. FINANCIAL STABILITY PARTNERSHIP™ Planning Committee Elliott C. Metcalfe, Jr., Chair Community Volunteer

John M. Dart Ruden McClosky

Paula Dumas Day Hagan Asset Management

Building Strong Families through Crisis Prevention was initiated in 2003 by Tocqueville Society members, Al and Barbara Siemer. Families facing homelessness due to medical illness, employment loss or reduction, domestic violence etc. enroll with Jewish Family & Children’s Services to address the underlying causes of their problem. The main goals are to continue children’s education in their originating school while addressing the families’ immediate crisis and re-establishing housing stability.

Cesar Gomez Gulf Coast Latin Chamber of Commerce

Annette Haile Community Volunteer

Michael A. Hamilton SunTrust Bank

Stacy Laidlaw Administration, Training & Event Coordination

Marc Lazarus R & L Healthcare Advisors

Charles O. Murphy The Bank of Commerce

Wendy B. Namack Namack Portfolio Investment Professionals, LLC

James Taylor

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MetLife Financial Services

United Way of Sarasota County invests contributions in the basic things that we all need. Thinking of we before me means creating opportunities for a bright future. By leveraging donor dollars to fund quality health and human services, we accomplish more than any single group can on its own. We invest contributions in the building blocks for a better life by helping children and youth achieve their potential and promoting financial stability and independence for all. Visit United Way website at www.uwsrq.com for the most recent IRS Form 990 and Annual Audit, conducted in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards by an independent CPA firm.


HEALTH.

United Way of Sarasota County wants more people to have access to the medications they need! The FamilyWize Prescription Drug Discount Card helps people who don’t have health insurance, or need medicine not covered by their insurance plan. Over 34,000 cards have been distributed locally and lower the cost of medicine by an average 35%. Provided free-of-charge, there are no age restriction, no income restrictions, or eligibility application. Most pharmacies here and throughout the United States accept the FamilyWize prescription drug discount card and it can be used as often as needed. In the first year 1,322 individuals received a total discount of $31,125 equating to an average savings per claim of $23.55.

IMPACT. COMMUNITY IMPACT COMMITTEE Karen Rushing, Chair Clerk of the Circuit Court

Mark Davy, Vice Chair SouthBay Investment Group, LLC

Mimi Goodwill Community Volunteer

Debra Douglas FCCI Insurance Group

Ken Alexander Sarasota Memorial Health Care System

Dale Ott Vitil Solutions

Marc Lazarus R & L Healthcare Advisors

Kimberly Hopper Regions Bank

10% 31%

10%

49%

Rescuing People in Crisis Building Strong Children & Families Empowering People to Independence Community Support Services 6


LETTER FROM THE CAMPAIGN CHAIR

I would like to take this opportunity to express my appreciation for your generous support this year. It was a tough road during this economic down turn, and all of you pulled together as a team making sure that everyone had an opportunity to advance the common good in our community. It has been my honor to chair this campaign, and working with all of you to make this community a better place is most rewarding. United Way of Sarasota County’s corporate and community donors are two of the most important pieces to our successful fund-raising campaigns. Through workplace, community campaigns, and in-kind donations the extreme generosity of each of these partners is displayed. This year’s campaign raised over $2,900,000. Thank you for your commitment and active involvement in United Way. Your support is greatly appreciated. Sincerely,

Rob Lane Campaign Chair 2008/2009

Rob Lane 2008/2009 Campaign Chair

$500,000+

Publix Super Markets

$100,000—$499,999

The School Board of Sarasota County Florida

2008/2009 CONTRIBUTING PARTNERS

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$50,000—$99,999

SunTrust Bank FCCI Insurance Group Herald-Tribune Media Group Sarasota Memorial Health Care System The Sarasota Board of County Commissioners

$10,000—$49,999

Northern Trust Florida Power & Light City of Sarasota Wachovia Target Stores Williams, Parker, Harrison, Dietz, & Getzen Kerkering Barberio Clerk of the Circuit Court Insignia Bank United Way of Sarasota County Macy’s Bank of Commerce Wal-Mart/Sam’s Club Fifth Third Bank Regions Bank UPS Pfizer Employee Giving Campaign Enterprise Bank of America Gateway Bank Dillard’s Comcast Sarasota County Tax Collector University of South Florida


$1,000—$9,999 Clear Channel L-3 Communications Ruden McClosky Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office Sabal Palm Bank Blue Cross Blue Shield JCPenney BB&T Coastal Credit Union LandMark Bank of Florida Jackson Hewitt Superior Bank Federal Express Berry Plastics Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce Octex Sarasota Family YMCA Planned Parenthood of SW & Central Florida Andesa Services IBM Ringling College of Art and Design IntegraClick RBC Centura Bank Sarasota Bradenton International Airport Jewish Family and Children’s Service The Salvation Army Sarasota Corps Eli Lilly AT&T Children First Best Buy Raymond James New College Harris Bank Vertex Comerica Bank Ringpower Sarasota County Property Appraiser Colonial Bank Clarke/Eric Mower and Associates Nationwide Insurance Procter & Gamble Community Haven for Adults & Children with Disabilities Robb & Stucky Cove Cleaners Bay Village M&I Bank Coastal Printing Early Learning Coalition Xerox SPARCC Sarasota County Supervisor of Elections Cadence Bank Child Protection Center Senior Friendship Center Suncoast Communities Blood Bank Doctor’s Hospital The Florida Center

2008/2009 CONTRIBUTING PARTNERS

Progress Energy ASO, LLC Merck Employee Giving Campaign Sarasota Military Academy Mental Health Community Centers JP Morgan Chase Matthews, Eastmoore, Hardy, Crauwels & Garcia, P.A. Baxter Electronic Data Systems Ludwig Walpole Insurance Agency Verizon Goar, Endriss & Walker Lydian Bank SouthBay Investment Group, LLC TECO/People's Gas Tropical Credit Union Walgreens Zenith Robertson Consulting Sarasota Classified/ Teachers Association Sarasota Trophy & Awards $100—$999 MetLife Foundation Johnson & Johnson Illinois Tool/KELA HSBC North America Town of Longboat Key Peterson Manufacturing Sutter Roofing Schering-Plough State Farm Insurance Flagship Bank Lutheran Services Ceridian Ben Brown Insurance Xcel Energy Foundation Ikon Office Solutions Professional Benefits HRH of Sarasota Frederick Derr & Co. Agilent Technologies Massey Services Hartford Financial SCOPE Northwest Airlines McKim & Creed Community Center for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Synovus Bank Ardaman & Associates Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida American Red Cross SW Florida Chapter Square One Epilepsy Services of SW Florida Lab Corporation of America Suncoast Partnership to End Homelessness

2008/2009 CAMPAIGN LEADERSHIP TEAM Robert J. Lane, Campaign Chair Kerkering Barberio

Brian Hall, Vice Chair Sabal Palm Bank

Steve Queior, Commerce/Industry Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce

Del Borgsdorf, Commerce/Industry Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce

Lori M. White, Education The School Board of Sarasota County Florida

Brian Hall, Finance Sabal Palm Bank

Bill Little, Government Sarasota County Health and Human Services

Jim Tollerton, Healthcare Professional Benefits, Inc.

Taylor Tollerton, Healthcare Professional Benefits, Ins.

Philip Tavill, Non-Profits Children First

Ed Bertha, Real Estate Real Magazine

Jim Soda, Real Estate Prudential Palms Realty

Wendy Smith, Retail Publix Super Markets, Inc.

Lucy Nicandri, Speaker’s Bureau The Florida Center

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TOCQUEVILLE SOCIETY

WHEN YOU

REACH

OUT A HAND

TO ONE

YOU IMPROVE

THE CONDITION OF ALL

Betty SchoenbaumTocqueville Society Founder

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The Tocqueville Society recognizes local philanthropic leaders and volunteer champions who have devoted time, talent, and funds to create long-lasting changes by tackling our community’s most serious issues. Membership in Tocqueville Society is granted to individuals who contribute at least $10,000 annually to United Way. Our local Tocqueville Society was established in 1989 under the leadership of Alex and Betty Schoenbaum, and continues today through the leadership of our Tocqueville Growth Committee and the following extraordinary individuals whose collective gifts raised more than $640,000 for the hard-working families of Sarasota County. In addition to their annual gift, several of our Tocqueville members have also endowed their gifts to ensure their support in perpetuity.

Barbara and Al Siemer focus their philanthropy on education, prevention of homelessness, and the arts. In addition to their volunteer leadership with the United Ways of Central Ohio, and Sarasota, Barbara is also on the boards of the New Albany Foundation, Columbus Museum of Art, and Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota. In 2004 the Siemer’s initiated the Building Strong Families program in Sarasota, designed to reduce student mobility and enable families to stay in their homes. They are working with United Way to expand this program to additional communities in the states of Florida, Ohio, and eventually across the country.


Million Dollar Roundtable

$1,000,000+ Major General Raymond E. Mason, Jr. and Margaret E. Mason** L Margaret A. Sanders* L Al and Barbara Siemer**

La Société Nationale $100,000-$249,999 Don* and Janet Hevey Al and Barbara Siemer Virginia B. Toulmin

Ordre de Liberté

$25,000-$49,999 Malcolm and Jasmine Candlish Ron and Shirley Gossett Carolyn McClelland Bill and Karen Merrill One donor wishes to remain anonymous

Patrons de la Société

$15,000-$24,999 Dart Foundation Richard and Joanne Freeman Anne O. Swain

Membres de la Société

$10,000-$14,999 Matt and Margaret Callihan Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Clemente Isermann Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Wendel F. Kent John and Elenor Maxheim James and Carol Pandoli Lee and Bob Peterson L. Sanford Reis* Jane Ritter L Violet Rubin Betty Schoenbaum L Judge Charles and Ruth Simpson L R. Wendell Spragins Charles and Dee Stottlemyer Virginia Tarika Robert and Joyce Tate Alex and Pat Young

TOCQUEVILLE SOCIETY

L Legacy Donors have made commitments to endow their annual Tocqueville gifts. **Million Dollar Roundtable Members Nationally * deceased

Bill & Karen Merrill, John Harshman

Tocqueville Growth Committee William W. Merrill, III, Chair Icard, Merrill, Cullis, Timm, Furen & Ginsberg, P.A.

Janet and Don* Hevey began giving in the early years through payroll deductions, and as they prospered their gifts to United Way grew. As loyal Tocqueville Society members, the couple’s passions include helping children, preventing homelessness, and supporting hard-working families. Janet made this very generous gift to United Way in memory of Don who passed away last year. The gift funded Women’s Initiative Childcare Crisis Scholarships, Building Strong Families program, and funded the launch of the Financial Stability Partnership™ program providing free tax preparation for low income families.

Virginia Toulmin is the former president of Central Pharmaceutical Co. (now Schwartz Pharma) in Seymour, Indiana. She has served as president and board member of several nonprofits in Dayton, Ohio, and Sarasota, Florida, and is currently president of the Sarasota Orchestra Board. Virginia believes United Way is the best way to give to local causes and feels it is a sound investment because United Way investigates every agency that it helps. She likes to give unrestricted gifts so it can be used where it is most needed.

Philip A. Delaney Jr. Northern Trust

John B. Harshman Harshman & Company

Shaun P. Merriman Gateway Bank

Renno Peterson

Esperti, Peterson & Cahoone

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THE KEEL CLUB

The Leadership Giving Society is a select group of over 800 donors that make a tremendous impact on our community. The Keel Club Admiral, Captain, and Community Impact Leaders are acknowledged in our Annual report and throughout the year in various activities. Keel Club members join together demonstrating their commitment to create positive change in the lives of thousands of people in our community.

Keel Club Admiral

$5000 - $9,999 Gerard Daniel Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eckel Mr. Jack L. Goldsmith John B. Harshman G. W. Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. King Mr. Thomas Latronica Mr. and Mrs. James E. Lauritsen Diane McFarlin Ms. Helena M. Norquist Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sims One donor wishes to remain anonymous

Keel Club Captain

$1,000 - $4,999 Chief Peter J. Abbott Ken and Gayle Alexander Earl Anderson Brenda Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Steven Anderson Patricia L. Andrews Ms. Louise B. Appleton Kristina L. Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Austin Mr. and Mrs. Billy V. Ayers Luis Azuri Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bailey, Jr. Katie Banks Brian Barnes Dorothy Barth Charles R. Baumann, Jr. Lewis Benner Michael Benett Mandell L. and Madeline H. Berman Peter L. Biegel Barbara Bilodeau Sophie Bing Wayne Bird

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Anne and Walter Bladstrom Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Blair Dr. and Mrs. Horace Blood Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Bohan Del D. Borgsdorf Mrs. William Boulware John F. Boyles Mrs. Charles E. Brady Bob and Joan Brakel William Breda, Jr. Johnny Brown Susan Brown Charles Brown Mrs. Wm. P. Brownell Denis Cain Douglas Campbell Vincent Catalformo Gerald J. Cavanaugh Mr. and Mrs. John V. Cavanaugh Joy Chadwick Mr. Charles H. S. Chapman Charles E. Collins Paul Connett Deborah M. Cooley Charitable Trust Mr. and Mrs. Aubert Y. Coran Jane T. and Robert V. Corning Fund of the Community Foundation of Sarasota County Michael Costa Harold and Ann Cunning Amanda Cyphers Richard Cyphers John and Debbe Dart Kevin and Margaret Daut Brenda L. David Brenda Davis Audrey Davis Addison M. Davis Alexander DeMicheli Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Delaney, Jr.


Daniel DeTorre Ms. Ruth E. Delynn Mr. and Mrs. Charles Desenberg James O. Dieffenwierth Mr. and Mrs. George A. Dietz Mr. and Mrs. John E. Dixon Mr. and Mrs. Richard O. Donegan Robert Donzalski Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dorsey Peter and Debbie Douglas Mr. and Mrs. Larry O. Doyle Billy Drake, Jr. Fred Drawdy Steve Dvoskin Phyllis and Albert Dworkin Sergio Eastman Dr. and Mrs. Charles Edwards Mrs. Ruth T. Entrekin Jack Fairbanks Mr. and Mrs. Reid D. Farrell Mrs. Juliet Fechheimer Kevin Ferry Mr. and Mrs. J. Cary Findlay Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Fineshriber Kimberly N. Finn Madisen Flippinger Mr. and Mrs. John Flaherty Jennifer Franceski James Frost J. P. Fugate George H. Fulford Marcile Gabriel Anthony Ganster Joseph Garland Larry Garner Lynette S Garrett Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Garvin Jason Gaskill Sondra Gay Carey Geaglone Joseph Gessner Joseph Giangreco Joe A. Gillis Jordan and Stacey Gillman Jon Glikin Todd J. Goehring Julie Goff Jay and Mimi Goodwill Caroline Graham W. A. Granberry Family Charitable Trust Larry and Julia Griffith Michele and Caleb Grimes Susan Grundy William Haarer Jack Haas Barbara A. Hagen Brian and Betly Hall Rick Halloran Ms. Dorothy Hamill Mathew Hamilton Mike and Debbie Hamilton

Mr. and Mrs. William Harrison Robert Hart Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael Hartenstine Craig Hawkins Christine Hay J. Garrett Heard, IV Larry W. Heiden M. Kathleen Hendricks Benjamin Henry Patricia Hensley Mrs. Emil Hess Dr. Washington C. Hill Dale and Lori Hintz William and Marjorie Hirons Edna Hoffman Chad Hogue Christopher A. Hogue James Holmes Martha Honey Mr. and Mrs. James L. Horan Kurt Hoverter Sarah and Tramm Hudson Huisking Foundation Diane Marie Huntley Douglas Hurlburt Catherine F. Hynes Mrs. Kathleen Iott Sean Jackson Jelks Family Foundation Leah and Michael Johnson Scott Eric Johnson Mr. William R. Jones Darlene Jordan Allen L. Karpe Joseph A. Keene John and Cheri Kendall David Kenney Susan Kenyon Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kiehl Susan Hiles John K. Kisgen Katie Knight Dale A. Koch Patty Kolodgy Susan Kraus Shawn M. Krstonich James Kurtz Jennie Lafave Robert and Rebecca Lane Jennie Lafave Ms. Jean E. Langdon Andy Lappin Paul Lariviere Dwaine Larkin Dale Larocque Gregg Lawson Mr. and Mrs. M. Lazarus Derek Leach Thomas Lefebvre Mrs. Claire Levin Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Light

THE KEEL CLUB

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Keel Club Captain (cont.)

THE KEEL CLUB

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$1,000 - $4,999 Mrs. Betty Lindenberg Mark F. Lipford William L. Little Brian Lynch Mary MacArthur Doug and Gwen Mackenzie Gregory Magac, Jr. Robert Maher, ll Jason S. Maiolo Jarrett, Denise, Logan and Connor Malanowski Kenneth Allan Marsh John R. Martin, Jr. Thomas A. Martin, Jr. Michael Mast Robert Masters John C. Matosky Michelle Matson Mr. and Mrs. J. Richard Matson Stacy and Bill McClain Trish McConnell Sean J. McHale Bob and Olivia McKean Robert and June McKillop Kyle McLaughlin Shaun and Wendy Merriman Angela Meyers and Family Dr. Gordon E. Michalson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Hugh Middlebrooks Lou Mikos Anthony Mollo Perry and Betty Monroe Cherie Mooney Glenn Morris Richard H. Mott, III, ESQ Charles O. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Murphy Richard Nelson Robin Neuer Mr. Richard L. Newdick Jennifer Nichols Carol J. Noah Rick Nobles Brandi Nolette Pete and Bernadette Norden Allen Novak Nancy Ostrander Matthew J. Otto Tanya Overstreet Cody Palmer Scott Pederson Gary Pemberton Sandra Lynn Pepper Mike Perry Mrs. Raymond Peterson Sean and Heather Pettey Ralph M. Pinto, Jr. Kathy Plummer Mr. Michael S. Plunkett

Stephen Queior Susan and Terry Rawson Alice Rau Patrick K. Ray William Brett Rees Alexandra T. Reich Chris Ricciardone Jeffrey Richards James L. Ritchey, ESQ Nichelle Roberson James Roberts Mike and Racheal Roi Robert Romagnino, Jr. Stephen A. Ross Ms. Donna T. Rourke Candy Cotton Karen E. Rushing Mr. and Mrs. Burton Sack Dennis Saladino Steven and Kristen Sander Kristen Sander Tom Sanders Michele Santacroce James M. Santarsiero Jill M. Santorelli Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Schaper Mrs. Betty T. Schiff Marie Schindel Ryan Schlotterback Dean Schmidt Jerry L. Scott William M. and Kathleen R. Seider Mrs. Catherine S. Sellors Mr. James D. Shaffer Marshall Sheppard Douglas J. Sherman Yvonne Shumway Stacey Simpson David J. Simpson Holly Slezak Wendy and Chris Smith Ms. Lonabelle Spencer Tracy A. Starkey Dennis L. Starkey The Landing's Eagle Mrs. David Stevens Aaron Storck Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sugalski Rebecca and Philip Tavill Joe and Kim Taylor Christopher Tenaglia Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Terhaar Daphne Tesar Jeffrey Thistle Thomas Peter Larry R. Thompson Mr. R.S. Thomson, Jr. Mr. Robert L. Thornton Edy Neubauer John Trentacoste Theresa Urbaniak


Dr. and Mrs. Humberto Vainieri Luis Vasquez Thomas Vercheski, Jr. John Via Kimberly Wacha James Scott Walker Don Watson John and Sally Weaver Carl and Cindy Weinrich Nancy C. Wellford Judy Whisanant Tim White and Donna Fraser Sharon Wigglesworth Geoffrey D. Wilkinson Dale Wilkinson Mrs. Ida Wilkof Brek and Nancy Williams Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Williams Dale R. Wolf Mr. Jack E. Woodward, Jr. Tanya Yaneva William C. Young Terry Young Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zabelle Judy Zampino Barbara Zdravecky Dr. and Mrs. Stanley E. Zeeman Guadalupe Zerbini Seven donors wish to remain anonymous

Community Impact Leaders

$500-$999 Geraldine Aaron Judy K. Abroms Daman J. Adams Ashley Adams Laurie B. Akin Mr. and Mrs. J. Brock Albert Robert and Marsha Albert Mrs. Philip Albrecht Marti Albritton Cheri Alexander Ernestine Anderson Kelli S. Anderson Blanca Argudo Donald and Lois Arquette Dolores A. Asselin Freddie Atkins Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bahr Linda K. Baker Denis Baker Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Baker, Jr. Ericka Banicki Rick Barber J. William Bastek Gregory M. Bauer Tom Bayles Bruce M. Begany Mr. Martin Belkin Ricardo S. Bellon Richard Bergstrom Marcy Lynn Bernstein Philanthropic Fund

John T. Berteau, ESQ Samuel Bianchi Susan M. Birk Robert J. Blaikie Kenneth Blair Nancy Blair Harmon Blanding Ada Jo Blowers Roger Boggs Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence H. Boling Randall Bond Bruce Braithwaite Richard E. Bratton Audrey and Lewis Brazell Sally Brinkmann Barbara Brizdle and Larry Schoenberg Michael Brodlo Mrs. Shirley Brown Ardis Brown Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Brown Kathy Bruffey James F. Bugyis Richard Burnham Marcia K. Burns Brett Burris R. David Bustard Carol and Sherry Cadwell Marilyn A. Cafaro Cynthia A. Calvert Chad Campbell Janet C. Cantees Heather Carson Maurice A. Carswell Jack Carter John A. Carter Lynne Catlin Rose Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Douglas K. Chapman Lisa Chason Jan L. Chester Deirdre R. Chioccarelli Rebecca C. Clapp Mr. and Mrs. Earl A. Clendaniel Mr. and Mrs. Gershom R. Cohn Jeanie Coleman Kathy Collums Ms. Aida R. Colombi Terry and Kathy Colombo Theresa A. Connor James Cook Terri Costa Virginia Councilman Roger and Patricia Courtois Mr. and Mrs. Warren Coville Billy Cox David D. Crabtree Sharon A. Cullinan Mr. and Mrs. John K. Dane Cynthia C. Danis Lynda R. DaPrato

THE KEEL CLUB EVERY PERSON

CAN MAKE A

DIFFERENCE

NO MATTER

THEIR ABILITY

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THE KEEL CLUB

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Community Impact Leaders (cont.)

$500-$999 Rea D. Davis Terry L. Davis Mary Davis Mark A. Davy Jean De Guia Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Deitrick Teresa M. Delgado Lori Deloach Ward Dement Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Denny Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Deters Chuck Deubert Mr. James C. Diefenderfer Anne Dobson Mr. and Mrs. John Dockum Terry Doughty Al Downs Keith and Katrenia DuBose Donna H. D. Dudash Rosemary Duffy Cynthia Dunlop Joseph Eary Aron Edidin Andrew Edmindson Susan K. Elkins Timothy Elliott Christopher Emory Tricia Entsminger Guy Esposito Dustin Eubank Shirley I. Faist James and Linda Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Ferguson Phyllis Fideli David C. Flatt Mrs. Beverly Ford Gail Fowler Linda A. Frease Jeffrey J. Freeman Mr. John P. Frestel, Jr. David Froelich Tina L Fuller Mary S. Furtado Dwight Gaiton Anne R. Garlington Laura J. Gerber Linda R. Getzen Pam Gifford Joseph B. Gill Nicholas Gillis Nicholas Glover Linda K. Glover Greg Golden Catherine Graham Mr. and Mrs. Leon C. Greene Robert C. Grepling Mark Griemsmann Christine Griffith Mr. Raymond C. Grills

Dr. Arthur M. Guilford Claudio L. Guimart, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Evert Gustafsson Alan R. Guttridge Glenn Hall William Hallisey Shawn C. Halls Don E. Hampton Bob Hanson Monica Hare Debbie L. Harman Lisa Harrington Robert Hatfield Michael Hathcock Dicksey and Dick Hawkins Shirley Hay David and Susan Hecker Caroline Hernandez Jim Hasemann Richard A. Hicks and Family Christopher Hicks James Higdon, Jr. Becky Higgins Ian Hillyer Carl Hinkle Robert Hite Nancy Hobson John Hogan James Hoglund Brian D. Holcomb Freddie J. Holland Tamara Horvath Marsha L. Hosack Mark Hostetler Jack Howell Jesse J. Hubbard, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Huffman Mr. and Mrs. William G. Hull Susan K. Hunt Dr. Kenneth M. Hurwitz Mr. and Mrs. George S. Ives Mr. and Mrs. Hans Kamberg Myra Jodoin Marny H. Jodoin Daniel N. Johnson Kellie R. Johnson Barbara Jones, CPA Robert E. Jones Aric Josten Joan B. Kayser, ESQ Gwen I. Kedzierski Peter and Peggi Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Keil Joseph S. Kennedy Richard A. King Diana L. Kizer Virginia P. Klute Mr. and Mrs. Bogdan Korszen Brian D. Kouns Tim Kowalski Ernest & Alisa Kretzmer Lisa A. Krouse


John H. Kushner Steve and Karen Labossiere Jason S. Laidlaw Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. LaJoie Daniel Lake Sheryl Lamb Nelson and Vivian Lane Bianca Lapace Robert L. Lash Gary Lawson Laurie Le Boutillier Scott J. Lempe Glenda Leonard John M. Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Donald Levi Mrs. Lawrence A. Levine W.H. Lewellen Irma Lewis Devin Linenbach John Linthicum Steve M. Loher Ms. Julie S. and Jeff Luhrsen Anthony Lukkarila Lee and Lisa Lumpkin Mr. Hugh J. Lynch Christopher H. Lyons Mercedes Maagad Bos Maarten Robin T. MacDonald Mark J. Magenheim, M.D. Ed Maguire Mr. and Mrs. G. Vicary Mahler Mr. and Mrs. Ben Maibach Jeffrey Malanowski Ruth A. Manire Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Mario Kathie F. Marsh A. E. Marshall Shaun M. Martens Sue Mathias Bernard A. Maulbeck, Jr. Tammy May Anne M. McAllister-Feely Michael McCool Thomas McGrath Linda McKinney Erin McLeod Mary Pat McNally Gladys F. McPeeks Marie and Steve Meckman Edward H. Mench Mrs. Ira L. Mendell Mr. George E. Mercier Deborrah R. Metheny Jonathan W. Middleton Lee and Norma Mielke John Milano Ellie Miles Telisa Miller Raymond C. Miller Coleen Miller

Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence S. Miller Judy M. Milne Michele D. Mitchell Susan L. Montgomery Sue Monzel Kevin Moore Cecil Morris Joseph F Movizzo Doug Mrstik Dennis B. Murphy Jason Murphy Mr. Richard N. Murray Stephen M. Musco Edy Neubauer Christina L. Nohmer Gene Oberlin Mr. John Olson Diana Oneill Louis Orban Mrs. Steven Osterweis Duane L. Padgett Mrs. Carmen B. Page David Parry Mr. and Mrs. John C. Patterson, Jr. Betty and Stanley Pelletz Thomas Pencek Michael R. Pender, Jr., CPA Chris Pennewill Hugo Perez Marjorie Alain Peter David W. Pike, Jr. Robert Donzalski DeMar Pitman Bryan Pope Daniel Poropat Sherri K. Powell David Price Richard T. Primrose Richard Purdy Linda Quarles Daniel Quevillon Patricia A. Ramthun Thomas L. Randle, Jr. Richard Raphial Susan M. Renfrew Glenn Thomas Rey Imo Wanda Rhyelle Richard Rice Virginia and Karl Ringer Richard Roberts Alan W. Roddy Dale Rodgers Gary J. Romano Greg Rosenberger Diane Roth Ronald S. Rozensky Mr. Richard Rubin Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rubinovitz Josefina R. Saavedra Gina Sakezles The Robert and Linda Salisbury Fund

THE KEEL CLUB UNDERNEATH

EVERYTHING WE ARE

UNDERNEATH

EVERYTHING WE DO WE ARE ALL PEOPLE

CONNECTED INTERDEPENDENT

UNITED

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THE KEEL CLUB

THANK YOU

FOR CREATING

OPPORTUNITIES AND

INSPIRING HOPE FOR A BETTER TOMORROW.

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Community Impact Leaders (cont.)

$500-$999 Donald Samon Edward J. Sanchez Melissa L. Sanders Henry Sands, II William S. Sarazen Daniel Sauls Mr. and Mrs. Donald T. Savage Judy M. Milne Patricia J. Schiess Barbara J. Schimmel William Schmitt James R. Schnarr Dreux H. Schoenbeck Tish Scott Susan M. Scott Adrea Seligsohn Jeff Seward Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Shapiro Ronald A. Shapo Pauline A. Shaw Tracey L. Sheasley Stacy Shinn Michele D. Mitchell Joseph Shumway Richard M. Smith Bruce Smith Charles L. Smith Leanne Sohol Sergei Sololov Thomas Sosnoski Helen Sosso Allison Spain Edward W. Spangenberg COM Shannon H. Staub Diane Stewart Toni A. Stokes Jessica H. Stoner Michael K. Suarez Ms. Marilyn Taub Clyde Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Texido Brad M. Thistle Kionne A. Thomas Olivia Thomas Michael Thompson

Karen Thompson Connie Tilley Mr. and Mrs. Richard Torrey Daniel R. Train Tom Tryon Joy Turner Holly C. Ursetta Thomas Valanzola Michelle C. Valentich Deborah Vaughan Adam Verity Angel L. Villanueva Gloria A. Wall Bill and Jean Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Waters Kelly Watts Robert Webber Richard D. West Mr. Robert W. Whalen Brett Wheeler Lori M. White Terry White Jo-Anne Willetts William J. Williams Mark Williams Laura C. Williams Duane Willis Mark Willmsen Glenn C. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Wilson Deb Winsor Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wittmer Fred Wohlfahrt Tamar Wolfe Tim Wolfinger Katherine M. Woodruff Mr. and Mrs. John P. Worcester Janice C. Wright Hart Wurzburg Mrs. Sally W. Yanowitz Jason Young Kurt D. Zeugin Rick Zimmerman Maria Zollo Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Zrimsek Tammy Zuknick Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Zundel Five donors wish to remain anonymous


Diamond Donors are loyal contributors to (any) United Way for 25 years or more regardless of their giving level. We thank and celebrate all of you that have positively impacted the lives of so many people in your community through your consistent, long-time support. Mr. Eugene N. Agins Mr. and Mrs. Martin C. Agnew Marti Albritton Mr. and Mrs. Guy F. Amuso Mr. and Mrs. George F. Anderson Ms. Louise B. Appleton Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Austin Mr. and Mrs. Billy V. Ayers Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bahr Dan Bailey Ms. Marian W. Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Baker, Jr. Colonel and Mrs. John P. Barker Ms. Estelle M. Barrett Ann and Sumner Baum Mr. Robert W. Bauman Mr. and Mrs. Conrad E. Bechard Ms. Marjorie P. Bechtold Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Beck Mr. Martin Belkin Ms. Dorothy W. Bennington Mrs. Liese Lee Berkowitz Mandell L. and Madeline H. Berman Mr. and Mrs. Norbert S. Bick Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Binder Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Biron Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Blair Mr. Morton J. Bloch Dr. and Mrs. Horace Blood Mr. and Mrs. Norman A. Blum Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blumhardt Mr. and Mrs. Norman Boardman Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Bohan Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence H. Boling Mr. and Mrs. Ernest B. Bonelli Mr. Theodore "Ted" Bonn Mrs. William Boulware Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bouton Ms. Joan M. Bower Mrs. Gay H. Boylston Mrs. Rogers A. Bradley Mrs. Charles E. Brady June R. Brasgalla Mr. and Mrs. David W. Brenner Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Brown, Jr. Mr. Larry J. Brown Mr. Walter M. Brown Mr. William R. Brown, Jr. Mrs. Wm. Brownell Mr. James R. Bucher Ms. Martha P. Buenneke

DIAMOND DONORS

Bill Burgunder Mrs. Lee Byron Carol and Sherry Cadwell Ms. Marian Canfield Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Carney Dick and Jackie Caufield Mr. and Mrs. John V. Cavanaugh Ms. Diana Chadwell Mr. Charles H.S. Chapman Mr. Paul N. Child Ms. Beverly Christie John Church Mr. and Mrs. Earl A. Clendaniel Ms. Margaret Close Mr. Edward D. Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Leonard G. Cohen Ms. Patricia R. Cohen Terry & Kathy Colombo Mr. and Mrs. Albert Conte Mr. and Mrs. Aubert Y. Coran Ms. Patricia B. Couch Mrs. Deborah M. Coulter Mr. and Mrs. Warren Coville Mr. Paul C. Cramer Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Crook Mr. Terrance M. Day Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Dean Mrs. Charles H. Dearborn Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Delaney, Jr. John C. DeMaster Ms. Kathleen H. Denning Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Deters Mr. James C. Diefenderfer Mr. and Mrs. George A. Dietz Mr. and Mrs. John E. Dixon Mr. and Mrs. John Dockum Mrs. Warren J. Donaldson Mr. and Mrs. Richard O. Donegan Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dorsey Peter and Debbie Douglas Mrs. James Drymon Ms. Laurie M. Dupuy Dr. and Mrs. Charles Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Stuart J. Eisman Mr. and Mrs. William S. Ellis Ms. Ruth K. Engman Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Epstein Mr. Robert Espenscheid Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Evory Mr. James B. Fahrney Dr. Bernard E. Farber

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Mr. S. David Farr Mr. and Mrs. Reid D. Farrell Mrs. Juliet Fechheimer Mrs. Joan Feder Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Ferguson Mr. Richard F. Fernstrum Ms. Mildred R. Field Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Fine Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Fineshriber Mr. and Mrs. Howard Finkelstein Commander Samuel L. Fiske Mr. and Mrs. John Flaherty Mr. and Mrs. Brian H. Flynn Mrs. Beverly Ford Ms. Barbara Ford-Coates Mrs. Robert C. Forgan Mr. Ernest V. Fortin Richard and Joanne Freeman Ms. Jane F. French Mr. John P. Frestel, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Friedman Mrs. Allan Fromme Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Fulton Ms. Mary Garrido Ms. Margaret A. Garske Ms. Beatrice K. Gartenberg Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Garvin Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Gerwig Mr. Ralph Gilbert Mrs. Edward Glazier Dr. and Mrs. Bertram Gold Dr. and Mrs. David Goldberg Jay and Mimi Goodwill Ron and Shirley Gossett W.A. Granberry Family Charitable Trust Mr. William J. Green Mr. and Mrs. Leon C. Greene Mrs. George M. Greenup Mr. Raymond C. Grills Michele and Caleb Grimes Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Grossman Dr. William B. Grubb, Jr. Brian and Betly Hall Ms. E. Ann Hannes Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Happy Mr. and Mrs. George Hardy Mrs. Virginia Harnett Nancy and John Harris Mr. and Mrs. William Harrison Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael Hartenstine Mr. and Mrs. John A. Hatton, Jr. Dicksey and Dick Hawkins Mr. J. Garrett Heard, IV Mrs. Lydia Hecht Ms. Lucille L. Hemeon Mrs. Emil Hess Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heusner Mr. and Mrs. Maurice L. Higgins William and Marjorie Hirons Ms. Fiona M. Hoefer Edna Hoffman

Mr. Herbert E. Hoffman Ms. Hannah F. Honeyman Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Horne Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Horowitz Sarah and Tramm Hudson Mr. and Mrs. William G. Hull Mr. Melvin Hurwitz Mr. Terry Idso Mr. and Mrs. John S. Inman Mr. Elieser E. Intrator Howard and Betty Isermann Ms. Edna E. Jedlicka Jelks Family Foundation Ms. Paula John Mr. William R. Jones Mrs. Sylvia D. Kalnitsky Mr. and Mrs. E Louis Kapernaros Mr. Albert Kaplan Mr. Lewis N. Kauten Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Keil Dr. Stanley L. Kent Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kiehl Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Kimbrough Mr. and Mrs. Wayne A. Kindt Ms. Alice Kondrat Mr. and Mrs. Roy G. Krause Mr. and Mrs. James R. Krohn Kathryn C. Kurtz Ms. Joyce G. Kurz Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. LaJoie William G. Lambrecht, ESQ Gary J. Laubacker Mr. and Mrs. James E. Lauritsen Ms. Evelyn Law Ms. Barbara A. Lechky Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H. Lenk Mrs. Lawrence A. Levine Dr. and Mrs. Ralph S. Levitt W. H. Lewellen Mrs. Betty Lindenberg Ms. Sallie W. Lutz Mr. Hugh J. Lynch Mr. and Mrs. James Lynch Mr. and Mrs. Karl J. Maggard Mr. and Mrs. Ben Maibach Mr. Steve A. Marcinko Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Mario Jim and Phyllis McClellan Carolyn McClelland Mr. and Mrs. Oliver McCracken Mr. and Mrs. William W. Merrill, III Lee and Norma Mielke Mr. John S. Miller Pat Miller Mr. Sanford Milter Dr. and Mrs. Frederick L. Moffat Perry and Betty Monroe Ms. Pamela D. Monson Mr. and Mrs. Albert G. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Murphy Dr. and Mrs. Philip Nelson


Mr. Richard L. Newdick Mr. Karl Newkirk David C. Noller Ms. Helena M. Norquist Mrs. Lois M. Olmsted Mr. Norman Olshansky Ms. Evelyn N. O'Neill Ms. Nancy Ostrander Mr. Gerard Ouellette Mrs. Carmen B. Page Jerome Paskovitz and Janet Leon Mrs. Julius R. Pearson Betty and Stanley Pelletz Ms. Sandra Lynn Pepper Franklin Pfeiffenberger, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Pitt Mr. Michael S. Plunkett Mrs. Richard L. Pockman Mr. and Mrs. William H. Pritchard Mrs. Barbara Pryor Mr. and Mrs. Saul Putterman Mr. and Mrs. W. Lawrence Ream Mr. John R. Redgrave Mr. and Mrs. Roger F. Rex Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Reynolds Ms. Sherri T. Reynolds Mr. John W. Rhoades Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Riddle Mrs. Frances B. Ringlestein Mr. James L. Ritchey, ESQ Jane S. Ritter Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rodda, Jr. Mrs. Ruth G. Rolfe Ms. Karen Rushing Mr. and Mrs. Burton Sack Mr. and Mrs. George P. Salen The Robert and Linda Salisbury Fund Dr. and Mrs. Richard E. Sand Mrs. Estelle Sank Mr. and Mrs. Jay J. Saphier Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Schaper Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Schechtman Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scheuerman Jo Schmidt Betty Schoenbaum Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Seager Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Sherman Ms. Jeanne C. Shine Mrs. Jean Shoemaker Robert E. and Linda Line Short Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Silverstein Dr. Ruth Simons Eva T. Slane Mr. and Mrs. Marvin D. Slavkin Dr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Smith

Jack and Peg Smith Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Stanko The Landing's Eagle Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Steacy Mr. and Mrs. David G. Stearns Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Steele Mrs. W. Richard Stengel Mr. and Mrs. John H. Stephenson Mr. and Mrs. John K. Sterrett Mrs. David Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Stokes Mr. and Mrs.Thomas Sugalski Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Swanek Mr. Jack R. Swartz Mr. E. Craig Sweeten Mr. Joe Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert M. Thompson Mr. Robert L. Thornton Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thorpe Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Tipping Mr. and Mrs. William E. Tipping, Jr. Mrs. Frances P. Toombs Mr. and Mrs. Edward Torcicollo Mr. and Mrs. Richard Torrey Ms. Dorothy G. Tuynman Ms. Frances S. Tyler Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Van Zandt Ms. Susanna C. Von Reibold Mr. and Mrs. Frederic C. Wallace Mr. and Mrs. James L. Wallace Bill and Jean Wallace Mrs. Edith N. Weinberger Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Weiner Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. White Mr. and Mrs. John I. White Mr. and Mrs. Raymond R. White, Jr. Mrs. Marilyn F. Wiener Mr. Ben F. Wilder Ms. Pamela J. Wilkens Mrs. Ida Wilkof Mr. George M. Williams Mr. Lyle B. Willis Mr. and Mrs. Carroll T. Wilson Beatrice J. Winkler Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wittmer Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolfe Mr. and Mrs. Douglas C. Wright, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Elton R. Yasuna Mr. and Mrs. William E. Yeager Mr. Norman V. Yost Alex and Pat Young Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Young Dr. and Mrs. Stanley E. Zeeman Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Zrimsek Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Zundel

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THANK YOU TO OUR... COMMUNITY CAMPAIGN VOLUNTEERS United Way Neighborhood Community Campaign is a public relations and fund-raising effort to raise the visibility of United Way and increase contributions. United Way invites current donors to lead specific activities that would educate current and prospective donors and generate new dollars. The 7 following communities contributed over $102,000 and acquired 57 new donors! If you are interested in becoming involved, please contact us. Thank you to all our volunteers for participating in our second annual Community Campaign initiative.

The Glenridge

Ann and Harold Cunning Ralph Franklin Joie and Dick Freeman Tina and Hans Kamberg John Redgrave Joan and Dick Sands Kappie Spencer Ginny Tarika Nancy and John Worcester

The Oaks

Elizabeth and Steve Anderson Joan and Bob Brakel Julia and Larry Griffith Arlene and Jim Horan Kay and Jim Lauritsen Margaret and Ray Mason June and Bob McKillop Phyliss and Chuck Savidge Bob Thornton

Pelican Cove

Ruth Frank Dorothy Hamill Dixie and Ross Mahan Janice Mee Bob Offer Susan and Chan Sweetser Rosa and Herbert Warburg

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Secluded Oaks

Olivia and Bob McKean Tom Latronica Bernadette and Pete Norden Pam and Mike Lonas

Stoneybrook Country Club Mary and Tom Murphy Barbara Jones

Misty Creek

CheriĂŠ Mooney and Gary Pollock Elizabeth and Oliver McCracken Sindy and John Slowinski

The Landings

Phyllis and Jim McClellan Wendy and Shaun Merriman Stephen Quieor Irwin Starr Robert Wagner Cathy and Bill Winkler


UNITED WAY FOUNDATION An investment in the United Way Foundation provides an opportunity to benefit children and families in our community. Donors can focus their gifts on specific areas they feel passionately about and insure their support in perpetuity. The purpose of these gifts is to:

Major General Raymond E. Mason, Jr. and Margaret E. Mason recognize United Way as the best way to make an impact in Sarasota. Their special interests include assistance to disadvantaged children, families and individuals, and youth development activities.

• Create a reserve for capital, special initiatives or other expenditures not ordinarily covered by annual gifts • Supplement annual giving to sustain projects during challenging economic times • Accommodate wishes of donors who want to make a long-term impact for their special causes and meet their personal financial needs The following are some of the ways that local people have made their gifts: Gifts of Cash, Equities, and Real Estate. Charitable Gift Annuities, Remainder Trusts and Lead Trusts. Bequests from a Will or Trust, and naming United Way as beneficiary of retirement plans, life insurance, or annuities.

MARGARET A. SANDERS A Legacy of Giving 1910-2009

For more than 65 years, Margaret worked as an advertising designer, writer, air traffic controller, photographer and international yearbook representative. Since her retirement in 1994, she devoted much of her time to charitable causes, and she made the Foundation for United Way her primary charitable beneficiary. In 2001, Margaret established a scholarship foundation through the United Way Foundation of Sarasota County to serve the international schools in perpetuity. As Margaret said, “I give to the Foundation for United Way because it is a well established organization with a good reputation and it makes a difference to people from all walks of life – from the giver to the receiver.” We will miss Margaret who passed away June 5, 2009, but her legacy of giving will live on in the lives of many and on the Margaret A. Sanders, United Way building.”

MILLION DOLLAR ROUNDTABLE $1,000,000+

Major General Raymond E. Mason, Jr. And Margaret E. Mason Margaret A. Sanders* Herbert G. Wile*

LEGACY SOCIETY $200,000+

Rosaline A. Brandau* Marital Trust Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kiehl Ralph* and Margaret Nadler Frank and Trudy* Paul Richmond Family Fund Jane Ritter Nat and Betsy Saltonstall Judge Charles and Ruth Simpson Two members wish to remain anonymous

FOUNDERS CIRCLE $100,000+

Frank and Elsie Bushroe* Milton Fischman* Ron and Shirley Gossett Bill and Karen Merrill Jay and Edith* Rudolph Matt and Judy Sperling R. Wendell and Lynda* Spragins One member wishes to remain anonymous * Deceased

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2009 United Way Annual Report