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United Way of the CSRA, Inc.


United Way of the CSRA unites people and mobilizes community resources to create lasting changes that transform lives.

United Way of the CSRA, Inc.


United Way of the CSRA leads the way in identifying health and human service needs and securing the resources that allow individuals and families to achieve their potential through education, financial stability, and healthy lives.

United Way of the CSRA

2017 Annual Report Table of Contents LETTER TO THE COMMUNITY

03 2017 A YEAR IN REVIEW Annual Meeting Project Serve Day of Caring Stuff the Bus School Supply Drives Burke County Campaign Kickoff CSRA Campaign Kickoff Workplace Campaigns













Board of Directors


Campaign Cabinets


Citizen Review Panels

AmeriCorps VISTA


Loaned Professionals

Book Bash

Augusta University / AU Health

United Way Staff

Caring Club

Savannah River Nuclear Solutions

Emergency Food and Shelter Program

Georgia Power / Southern Nuclear Company



Doctors Hospital

The Tocqueville Society

Feed the Children

Electrolux Major Appliances

Partners for Good

Fall Flu Clinic

MAU Workforce Solutions

Partner Agencies

MLK Service Project

University Health Care System

Caring Club Participating Merchants

Project Serve Day Of Caring

Loaned Professionals

Stuff The Bus School Supply Drive




Letter to the Community Dear Community Partner: What an honor it has been to serve our community as the 2017 United Way of the CSRA Chairman of the Board. This position has allowed me to deepen my understanding of the inner workings of the organization, to recognize firsthand the tremendous impact it has on our community, and to see the outstanding leadership from volunteers and staff.

On behalf of the Board, I want to say Thank You to the people who invest in United Way. Our commitment to you, our investors, is that we are thoughtful and objective with our decisions, always keeping our focus on being good stewards of your invested dollars.

In this annual report, you will read about the number of people served and the real-life stories that exist because of your dedication to our community. You’ll read a testimonial of a senior couple who turned to a United Way funded program for help as a last result in a tough situation. And, you will read about a single mother of five who depended on a United Way funded program to turn her life around. It is these stories that push us to work hard every day to achieve our goals.

Within these pages we’ll share : 1) Who we are, 2) What we do, and 3) Why we are significant to the community. We hope after reading through this report you will have a better understanding of United Way as a whole. More importantly, we hope you will have a greater awareness of your value to this organization. YOU are the heart of UNITED WAY!

Thank you for the trust you place in United Way. We take that trust very seriously.


Scott Peebles // 2017 Chairman of the Board // United Way of the CSRA

IN MEMORY… This Annual Report is dedicated to the memory of four very dear and special United Way friends.


George L. Boatwright, Jr.

Patricia Culp Padezanin

February 19, 1968 – August 30, 2017

June 6,1953 - September 29, 2017

William Charles Bohling

Gregory Blair Scurlock

August 6, 1934 - June 15, 2017

August 29, 1948 - November 4, 2017

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2017 A Year in Review United Way C E L E B R AT E D the Stars of the 2017 Campaign with a Stellar Event at the Annual Meeting !


400 Volunteers Donated 3,320

Hours of Labor for Project Serve!

Stuff the Bus R A I S E D O V E R in School Supplies for Local Students!




2017 A Year in Review The U N I T E D W AY C I R C U S Came to Burke County for the CAMPAIGN KICKOFF !

United Way Entertained O V E R

550 Guests

Under the Big Top at the CSRA CARNIVAL KICKOFF!

Local Businesses Had Fun C L O W N I N G A R O U N D As They RAISED FUNDS to Benefit the Community!


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WHO we are Who is United Way of the CSRA?

You might think we are a local, nonprofit organization with a staff

of 16 dedicated employees who raise money for the community. But, we are far more than that. Ranked the number one nonprofit by Forbes Magazine in 2016, we are one of nearly 1,800 community-based United Way’s in 45 countries worldwide with a focus on community-led solutions that create opportunities for a better life for all. Locally, the driving force behind this United Way is our many volunteers. From our volunteer leadership to our many community partners, our United Way is made up of many faces. The following pages highlight many who gave of their time, talent, and resources this past year to strengthen our community and offer a hand up to those in need of assistance. United Way thanks you!

Our Volunteers & Partners Our Leadership Throughout the years, volunteers from the community have served in a variety of capacities…from the Board of Directors who govern and direct our United Way, to the Campaign Cabinet members who provide oversight and open doors for workplace campaigns, to the Citizens Review Panels who make the important funding decisions, to the many volunteers who daily help with our campaign, special events, and initiatives. Their work is an example of the spirit of volunteerism and community that exists in the CSRA.

2017 Board Of Directors EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Chairman of the Board Scott Peebles Richmond County Marshal’s Office

Board Chair-Elect 2018 Scott Elledge WJBF News Channel 6

Board Chair-Elect 2019 Mark Haddon Beasley Media Group, Inc.

Immediate Past Board Chair/ Chair of Nominating

Chair of Community Investment

Scott D. Johnson

John Deere Commercial Products

Mary Pat Tubb*

Columbia County Board of Commissioners

Chair of Human Resources 2017 Campaign Chair

J. Edward Enoch

Thomas M. Blanchard III

J. Edward Enoch, PC

Blanchard & Calhoun

Chair of Marketing Treasurer

Anthony T. Robinson, Ph.D.

Rick L. Evans, CPA

Rural Sourcing, Inc.

Serotta Maddocks Evans & Co., CPAs

Chair of Special Initative Chair of 2-1-1 Advisory Council

Dr. Michael Ash

Cheryl Mulvehill



Chair of Strategic Planning Chair of Building

Russell T. Keen

Chris Bird

Augusta University

Global Spectrum //


2017 Board Members

Keith Taber* Southern Nuclear Operating Company

Darin Myers Southern Nuclear Operating Company

Tameka Allen City of Augusta Daniel Armstrong* Savannah River Nuclear Solutions Richard Baker Savannah River Nuclear Solutions Vince Brogdon Gold Cross Clint L. Bryant Augusta University Dean Campbell Savannah River Remediation, LLC William Cleveland, CPA The Cleveland Group Deke Copenhaver Copenhaver Consulting Bonnie Cox Cherry Bekaert, LLC Marc Dufour*

Patricia Padezanin* Savannah River Nuclear Solutions

Rudy Falana, Sr. Burke County School System

John Patterson International Paper

Karen D. Fili* Southern Nuclear Operating Company

Kinesha N. Ponder Richmond County Board of Education

Fran Forehand Georgia Power

Laurene E. Rowell* Rev. Dr. Charles E. Goodman, Jr.

Savannah River Remediation, LLC

Tabernacle Baptist Church Shelia Stuberfield State Bank & Trust Company

James R. Holmes The Augusta Chronicle

Samuel E. Tyson, Jr. Merrill Lynch

Vinayak Kamath, M.D. Augusta University Health

Doug Welch Doctors Hospital

Thomas Lowenkamp University Health Care System

Bill Wolfe MAU Workforce Solutions

Robert McElreath Club Car, LLC

Agency Representative Jay Miller

Lynn Smith

Southern Nuclear Operating Company

Easter Seals East Georgia, Inc.

George (Sam) Nicholson


Nicholson Revell, LLP

Club Car, LLC

Citizens Review Panels Melissa Clark, Hull Property Group Theresa Austin, Community Volunteer Tanya Barnhill, iHeartMedia William Bailey, Solvay Specialty Polymers Pamela Barbara, Solvay Specialty Polymers Karen Buck, SRP Federal Credit Union Donald Calabrese, Publix Super Market Frank Campbell, Community Volunteer Andy Cato, Southern Nuclear Operating Company Waylon Cawley, WFXG Fox 54 Eula Chestnut, Monte Sano Elementary School 06

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Rhonda DeCosta, SunTrust Bank Carlton Deese, Georgia War Veterans Nursing Home Jane DuMond, Doctors Hospital H2U Charles Esposito, Georgia War Veterans Nursing Home Anna Getzinger, Wells Fargo Advisors Steve Gray, Morris Communications, LLC Ashley Grose, Hull Property Group Christy Harvey, Wolverine Kimberly Hayes, Augusta University Sharon Herrod, Atlanta Gas Light

Campaign Cabinets



Tom Blanchard, Blanchard & Calhoun - Chair

Lindsai Mobley-Gentry, The Mobley-Gentry Firm - Chair

Richard Baker, Savannah River Nuclear Solutions

Valerie Kirkland, City of Waynesboro

TeKay Brown, Brownstone Mediation Services

Laura McKerley, Deloach-McKerley-Prescott Funeral Home

Carpii Edenfield, Queensborough National Bank and Trust Co.

John Nichols, Purification Cellutions

Steve Gray, Morris Communications, LLC

Amy Nunnally, Burke County Board of Education

Stephan Hollis, Synovus

Ashley Roberts, Burke County Chamber of Commerce

Millie Huff, Community Volunteer

Suzanne Sharkey, Georgia Power

Bonita Jefferies-Jenkins, Augusta Technical College

Trinetta Skinner, City of Waynesboro

Sabina Khoja, Northwestern Mutual Larry Laughlin, Community Volunteer Theresa Lewis, Savannah River Remediation, LLC Caroline Reppert, Savannah River Nuclear Solutions Sherry Sanders, Blanchard and Calhoun Shelia Stuberfield, State Bank & Trust Company Margaret Taylor, Community Volunteer Tamera Toogood, Toogood Enterprises, LLC Bill Wolfe, MAU Workforce Solutions Thomas Yamamoto, Savannah River Remediation, LLC

Stephan Hollis, Synovus

Janice Richardson, Community Volunteer

Jacquie Jones, Community Volunteer

Liz Scott, Hilton Garden Inn

Jan Kirkwood, Elliott Davis

Natasha Small, NECCO Augusta

Chip Matson, Community Volunteer

Tamara Toogood, Toogood Enterprises, LLC

Matthew Matson, Argos Health

Yvonne Tucker-Harris, Community Volunteer

Kelly McCauley, Serrotta Maddocks Evans, CPAs

Debra Watson, Palmetto GBA

Debra McDaniel, Augusta University

Stacie “Phoenix” Wayman, XINNIX

Yvonne Meeks, SRP Federal Credit Union

Roma Williams, Security Federal Bank

Terri Meggs, Solvay Specialty Polymers

Rob Wynn, Asset Advisors Group

Allison Moore, State Bank & Trust Company Nicole Perkins, Sears Commercial //


United Way Staff EXECUTIVE La Verne H. Gold, President/CEO Teresa Harris, Executive Assistant to the President

COMMUNITY IMPACT Angela Collins, Director of Community Impact Linda Baker, Receptionist Danielle King, 2-1-1 Resource Specialist Cynthia Martin, 2-1-1 I&R Specialist Juanita McDaniel, 2-1-1 Coordinator Cheryl Odom, Community Impact Program Specialist

FINANCE Debbie Brown, Director of Finance

Thank You to our Volunteers!

Kenya E. Jones, Senior Finance Manager

United Way would like to say


“THANK YOU” to the

Vicki Y. Fricks, Manager of Marketing and Communications

RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT Rina S. Powell, Senior Director of Resource Development Kim Grimes, Senior Resource Development Manager Monica Mack, Resource Development Manager Jennifer Prouty, Resource Development Coordinator Martina Wilson, Resource Development Assistant

A good man FIGHTS for himself and his. A great man FIGHTS for everyone else. –



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2,036 V O L U N T E E R S who generously devoted their time, talent, and energy in over

25,022 H O U R S

of service to produce results and help advance our mission in 2017. Your time and dedication make what we do possible.

Our Community Partners Through the support of our many Community Partners, United Way is able to unite people and mobilize community resources to create lasting changes that transform lives. Our partners are vital to our success. We are proud of our relationship with these generous supporters and thankful to have them as our Community Partners.

The Tocquevillle Society Mr. T. R. Reddy, Chairman Mr. and Mrs. Barney Barnett

Partners For Good N A T I O N A L L E V E L //

Mr. and Mrs. Nick W. Evans

The Augusta Chronicle

Ms. Karen Fili

Augusta University/AU Health

Mr. and Mrs. W. Tennent Houston

Beasley Media Group

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Hull and Family


Dr. and Mrs. Vinayak Kamath

Kicks 99

Mr. and Mrs. Chen Kim

Savannah River Nuclear Solutions

Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Kirby and Family


Mrs. Boone A. Knox and Family

WJBF News Channel 6


Mr. Brian J. Marks and Ms. Carol Maione Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Meybohm Mr. and Mrs. William S. Morris III and Family

M A S T E R S L E V E L //

$7,500 - $9,999

Phoenix Printing Group Southern Nuclear Operating Company

Once Again New Country Kicks 99

G R E E N J A C K E T L E V E L // American Audio Visual Services

Makes A Big Difference

Doctors Hospital

for Local Kids!

Fifth Third Bank

A big “THANK YOU” to Kicks 99

Mass Media Marketing

for its ongoing support of United Way and the community through the annual Guitar Pull concert! Funds from this exciting event helped meet the needs of over 196 families, including 369 children, throughout the

$5,000 – $7,499

Electrolux Major Appliances Georgia Power MAU Workforce Solutions University Health Care System C H A M P I O N L E V E L //

$2,500 – $4,999

ADP Blanchard & Calhoun

area in 2017. E A G L E L E V E L //

$1,000 - $2,499

Atlanta Gas Light Express Employment Professionals Lamar Advertising Palmetto GBA SRP Federal Credit Union Windsor Jewelers



Partner Agencies American Red Cross of Augusta Augusta Training Shop, Inc. Boys & Girls Clubs of the CSRA Boy Scouts of America, Georgia-Carolina Council, Inc. Child Enrichment, Inc. Christ Community Health Services Columbia County Community Connections

Caring Club Participating Merchants 1 Hour Optical, PC Action Medical Amelia’s Buds & Blooms Anderson Photography Anew Salon Augusta Canal Augusta Training Shop, Inc. Backwoods Steak & Seafood at Coleman Lake Big Daddy’s Broad Street Barkery Café 209 California Dreaming Coffee Geek

Communities In Schools of Burke County, Inc.

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Augusta

Easter Seals East Georgia, Inc.

SafeHomes, Inc.

Family Counseling Center of the CSRA, Inc.

The Salvation Army

Family Promise of Augusta

Senior Citizens Council of Greater Augusta

The Family YMCA

and the CSRA, Georgia, Inc.

Fireside Ministries

The Speech & Hearing Center

Friendship Community Center

St. Stephen’s Ministry of Augusta, Inc.

Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia GreenPath, Inc. Hope House, Inc. Rape Crisis and Sexual Assault Services

DJ Productions


Dogwood Café (Formerly Fosters)

Peachwave Augusta


Pipeline Work Clothes

Eye Care One Laser Vision Center

Poblano’s Mexican Grill

The Family YMCA

Putt Putt Fun Center

Fehrman Investment Group

Riverbanks Zoo & Garden

Fireside Outdoor Kitchens & Grills

Rock N Wash Auto Spa

French Market Grille

Roly Poly Sandwiches

Georgia Aquarium

Salon West

Good Day Café

Shane’s Rib Shack

Honeybaked Ham Co. & Café


J. Edward Enoch, P.C.

Sports Clips Haircuts

Jiffy Lube

Texas Roadhouse


Thrifty Car Rental

La Dolce Vita Salon

Tin Lizzy’s

Maryland Fried Chicken

Waynesboro Emporium

M.R.T. Muscle Restore Therapy

Wedges & Woods

MTL Automotive

William Mizell Ford, Inc.

Murphy & Robinson Opticians

World of Beer

Papa John’s Pizza

Loaned Professionals Class of 2017 Ben Terry, Savannah River Nuclear Solutions Larry Laughlin, Community Volunteer Rita Stubblefield, Community Volunteer Alex Thirkell, Southern Nuclear Operating Company Elvin Thompson, Community Volunteer


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we do WHAT United Way leads the way in identifying health and human service needs and securing the resources that allow individuals and families to achieve their potential and live successful lives. We bring people and organizations together to accomplish more united than any of us can do on our own. Employers, nonprofits, government, faith organizations, educators, health providers, community leaders, and many others partner with us. Together, we work to find solutions that build a stronger community for us all. We conduct routine Community Needs Assessments to identify the most pressing needs of the CSRA. Then, we run annual fundraising campaigns with the proceeds benefiting 45 vital, outcomes-based, health and human service programs at our 24 Partner Agencies. These funded programs, make a difference in the lives of local people everyday... people like Felicia. See her inspiring story below. United Way serves 15 counties of the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA) including Richmond, Columbia, Burke, Glascock, Lincoln, Taliaferro, and Wilkes Counties as well as communities in Emanuel, Jefferson, Jenkins, McDuffie, and Warren Counties in Georgia. Services also extend to communities in Aiken, Edgefield, and McCormick Counties in South Carolina.

Education, Financial Stability, and Health We believe that Education, Financial Stability, and Health are essential for a good life. Strong, vibrant, and healthy families are the cornerstone of every community. A quality education is essential to obtaining and keeping a job with health benefits. Sufficient income for necessities and savings for the future will allow families to become financially stable and secure. Access to quality healthcare keeps children on track in school and adults productive at work. These focus areas are structured to create positive changes in the CSRA with lasting results. With your help in 2017, we were able to provide funding for 16 education related programs, 8 financial stability and support programs, and 22 health and wellness programs. Through these and other programs, United Way and our Partner Agencies provided vital health and human services to over

218,000 residents in the CSRA.


Felicia, age 38, came to Augusta directly off the bus from Florida, but she wasn’t on vacation or relocating. She had just been released from prison. A child with a very difficult upbringing, Felicia began using substances at the age of 12. In and out of rehab programs, she had five children along the way. Like many addicts, she had attempted suicide more than once and was incarcerated numerous times.

When Felicia was released from a Florida prison, she was preapproved to enter the Women’s Job Skills Training Program at The Salvation Army of Augusta. There, she poured her heart and soul into making the most of the experience. Eventually, her longterm goal to obtain full-time employment and have her children back in her life was realized. Your support of United Way makes it possible to change the direction and outcome of local lives, like Felicia’s, every day. You make a difference when you give to United Way.




Provided education related services to

36,496 individuals:

3,879 children were served in early intervention, social development programs. 143 young adults were provided Career Exploration. 26,881 children and teens were actively engaged in extra-curricular activities. 5,339 middle and high school students participated in programming that included tutoring and mentoring.


4,199 parents received information to support postive parent-child interactions.

Provided financial stability and support services to 11,818 individuals:


2,348 families participated in Financial Wellness Programs to include Budgeting Services, Debt Counseling Services, etc.

274 individuals with disabilities developed Job Skills.

154 mentally and physically disadvantaged individuals received Job Training.

employment rate for homeless and low-income individuals attending a three month Job Skills program provided by The Salvation Army to include: Workplace Skills

(computer classes, keyboarding, interview skills, etc.)

Life Skills Certification Course

Health and wellness services


were provided to 170,281 individuals:

+ 12,859 uninsured and under-insured patients gained access to affordable, primary health care and dental, lab services, diagnostic tests, and specialist referrals. + 28,717 homeless or severely impoverished men and women with their children received food and shelter.



60 + 1,897 80individuals 100 with disabilities received adaptive therapy and paticipated in recreational activities

+ 12,495 Veterans and their families received support.

+ 1,850 victims of disaster received immediate assistance with food, lodging, basic needs, etc. + 903 abused children received advocacy and support through the trauma of sexual abuse or severe physical abuse. + 1,842 homebound seniors and individuals with disabilities received independent living support. + 10,605 victims of sexual assault received support and counseling.

1-2-3 A-B-C

When six year old Marcus transferred to a local primary school mid-year, his basic skills were greatly lacking. Fortunately, his teacher identified his needs and enrolled him in the Tutoring Program at Communities In Schools of Burke County.

Columbia County Community Connection

Food4Kids Program

The tutor began working with Marcus on his alphabet and numbers, and over the course of the school year, Marcus’ grades began to improve and his confidence and self-esteem greatly increased.

69% improved attendance in school. 69% improved academic performance.

With the help of a United Way-funded Tutoring Program, Marcus now has a sound basic skills foundation and is on tract to obtain a good education. Your contributions help to make programs like this available for local children in need of assistance.

92% showed improvement in attitude and behavior.

128 individuals were employed upon program completion.

38 seniors remained independent in their home.

639 families received emergency assistance with shelter, rent, and utilities.


INDIVIDUALS with disabilities in the Easter Seals Program received Job Skills:

121 individuals were

served through programs that provide paid work for those with disabilities:

Employed 28 developmentally disabled individuals at the Augusta Training Shop

Received job coaching to build work habits.

Received paid work experiences to build job skills.

Were given opportunities to sample various jobs to find work interests.

Provided 20 families with respite while these individuals worked.

American Red Cross of Augusta Armed Forces Emergency Services

100% of the military families served reported being better able to cope with emergencies, reducing the stress caused by their crisis.


John and Delores, both in their eighties, have both been through a lot of illness and surgeries over the years. But, when John began experiencing hearing loss, it caused major problems with their day-today living. Through a family member, they learned about the Speech and Hearing Center where John was able to obtain a hearing aid and the instruction needed to properly wear and maintain the device.

With various obstacles with their health and finances, the new hearing aid was a tremendous blessing. Now, they can visit with friends and family in the home, and John can communicate with their doctors concerning health issues. Your contributions to United Way help ensure that programs like the Hearing Aid Program at the Speech and Hearing Center continue to be available when needed. Thanks for your support. //


Additional Programs & Initiatives We continually seek additional programs and initiatives to improve the lives of local residents. Impact through grants is another way we reach out at the local, state, and federal level to secure resources beyond campaign funds. Through these additional programs and services, we are able to focus on supporting and strengthening the local community.


2-1-1 Information & Referral Line


19,000 calls.

Colaborated with community partners to provide free flu vaccinations to over 75 participants.

online database searches with

rent and utility assistance noted as greatest needs.

FamilyWize Prescription Discount Program


AmeriCorps VISTA

Ten VISTA members were assigned to ten Richmond County schools to promote the Born Learning early childhood development campaign in surrounding neighborhoods.

Book Bash Collected

Fall Flu Clinic & Resource Fair

Cards used

6,005 times

throughout five local counties.


6,400 books

boxes of food /

for distribution to local children to

hygiene items

help prevent summer learning loss.

saved by community in RX drug costs

$2,018,302 saved since program’s inception locally in 2009.

Feed the Children

Distributed to

400 local

families in need.

Through partnership with Teleperformance

Caring ClubÂŽ

4,500 donors received Caring Club cards offering discounts and special offers at 52 area merchants all year long.

Christmas Clearinghouse

7,615 individuals


2,148 families,

received holiday assistance through the Christmas Clearinghouse program.

Emergency Food and Shelter (EFSP) As Administrator of the EFSP, provided $105,635 in funding for utilities, rent, mortgage, shelter, and food assistance.


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MLK Service Project

Distributed 1,862 personal hygiene kits to homeless individuals and families.

Operation Seats and Feet

Distributed 3,675 pairs of underwear and 3,654 pairs of socks to local boys and girls in need, through a collaboration with local churches and businesses.



school supplies were provided to students in four local counties.

Donated school supplies were valued at


united way WHY Our Significance in the Community United Way of the CSRA is a vital part of the community, impacting the lives of local residents every day for the better. We are best known for fundraising, but did you know that we bring so much more to the community? In 2017, we were responsible for securing and managing over $4.5 million in support of the CSRA. Known as Total Resources, this number includes all funds raised through workplace campaigns as well as special events – like the School Supply Drives. It also includes monies managed and distributed through various grants – like AmeriCorps VISTA, sponsorships, gifts-in-kind, and special programs – like FamilyWize. These Total Resources make this United Way the second largest funding source of health and human services in the CSRA – second only to the government. Our significance goes far beyond the dollars raised, managed, and distributed. The true worth of United Way can be measured in the lives of local residents forever changed for the better…people like Felicia, Marcus, John, and Delores whom you read about on pages 11 and 13 of this report. If you’ve ever given to United Way – be it your time, talent, or a donation – YOU have helped to make possible everything within this report. Through these efforts, we were able to provide a hand-up to over 218,000 residents of the Central Savannah River Area who found themselves in need of assistance in 2017. They are men, women, and children you may never meet and whose names you may never know. Nevertheless, the success of every individual benefits us all.

Thank YOU for your ongoing

commitment and support. YOU are UNITED WAY!

Statement of Financial Position As of December 31, 2017 (unaudited)


Cash and Temporary Cash Investments (including interest-bearing deposits) Campaign Pledges and Other Receivables (less allowance for uncollectible) Fixed Assets (Net)

$ 2,729,914 $ 1,107,074 $

Other Assets $ Total Assets //

$ 3,954,950

Accounts Payable and Accrued Expenses



Designations Payable $




Allocations Payable to Agencies



Total Liabilities //

$ 1,339,061


$ 1,088,371

Temporarily Restricted $ 1,527,518 Total Net Assets //




$ 3,954,950

$ 2,615,889



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EMPOWERING HOPE Georgia Power and Southern Nuclear support organizations that truly make a difference in the lives of our fellow Georgians. We admire United Way’s ongoing commitment to creating solutions that positively impact people all across the globe, and those right here in the state we call home. Š2018 Georgia Power Company. All content and images owned or licensed by Georgia Power Company. All rights reserved. United Way is a registered trademark of United Way Worldwide.


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Live your healthy


Doctors Hospital is pleased to support United Way of the CSRA

in their efforts to unite people and mobilize community resources to create lasting changes that transform lives.

We give back and

PROUDLY SUPPORT our local community.



Proud Supporter of the United Way of the CSRA


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How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a SINGLE MOMENT before starting to I M P R O V E the world. –


Lend YOUR HAND, Raise YOUR VOICE, Make a difference in YOUR COMMUNITY.

We can do M O R E T O G E T H E R than alone.

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2017 uw annual report  

United Way of the Central Savannah River Area's annual report to the community for 2017. Highlights accomplishments for the year, volunteer...

2017 uw annual report  

United Way of the Central Savannah River Area's annual report to the community for 2017. Highlights accomplishments for the year, volunteer...