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United Way of the CSRA, Inc.

Annual Report UNITED WAY OF THE CSRA

LIVE OUR MISSION

OUR VISION

United Way of the CSRA unites people and

United Way of the CSRA leads the way in

mobilizes community resources to create

identifying health and human service needs and

lasting changes that transform lives.

securing the resources that allow individuals and families to achieve their potential through education, financial stability, and healthy lives.

1765 Broad Street

P.O. Box 1724

Augusta, Georgia 30903-1724 United Way of the CSRA, Inc.

Tel. 706.724.5544 www.uwcsra.org

This publication has been made possible through the generosity of Phoenix Printing

United Way of the CSRA, Inc.


To live better we must

LIVE UNITED

because change doesn’t happen alone. What will you Live United for?


table of contents

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2016 - A YEAR IN REVIEW

Annual Meeting

Project Serve Day of Caring

Stuff the Bus School Supply Drive

Burke County Campaign Kickoff

CSRA Campaign Kickoff

Workplace Campaigns

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United Way of the CSRA leads the way in identifying health and human service needs and

INVESTMENT STRATEGY Education Income Health

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OUR VISION

VOLUNTEERS & PARTNERS

Board of Directors

Partners for Good

Partner Agencies

Caring Club® Participating Merchants

Loaned Professionals

United Way Team

STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION

securing the resources that allow individuals and families to achieve their potential through education, financial stability, and healthy lives.

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

SPONSORS Savannah River Nuclear Solutions

American Family Insurance

Georgia Power/Southern Company

MAU Workforce Solutions

Doctors Hospital

Savannah River Remediation, LLC

University Health Care System

MR. MARLIN S. SHERMAN June 26, 1933 - July 26, 2016 MAYOR PAULINE JENKINS October 17,1951 – August 24, 2016


LETTER TO THE COMMUNITY 2016 ANNUAL REPORT

Dear Community Partner: Serving as the 2016 Chairman of the Board for United Way of the CSRA has been a privilege and an honor. The year was filled with many successes in the face of numerous

United, we confront poverty, homelessness, illiteracy, and so much more.

challenges as we worked to raise $3.5 million for the growing needs of our community. The 2016 Annual Report contains many successes and indicators that underscore the importance of United Way’s work locally. It’s an impressive array of achievements that support the mission of our United Way to unite people and mobilize community resources to create opportunities that transform lives.

We also secured grants and provided numerous special initiatives and programs that further expanded our community impact. Through all these efforts, we were able to provide assistance to over 200,000 residents of the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA) who found themselves in need of help. They are men, women and children you may never meet and whose needs you may never know. Nevertheless,

United Way is taking steps to increase our value to the community by focusing on early childhood development, youth success, financial stability, and healthy living.

In

2016, we provided funding to 46 health and human service programs. These vital programs are making a difference in the lives of local people every day, helping them to thrive and not just survive. But, we didn’t stop there…

in a world where local and national economies can rise and fall together, the success of every individual and community benefits us all. If you have ever given to United Way – be it your time, talent, or a donation of $5, $50, or more – YOU have helped to create change that will endure, and grow, and lift up people across the CSRA. I hope you enjoy reading about the many accomplishments you helped to make possible in 2016. The future is promising, and I’m eager to see United Way and our community continue to progress.

Thank you for your

ongoing commitment and support of this United Way. Warm regards,

Scott D. Johnson

Chairman of the Board

United Way of the CSRA

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2016 - A YEAR IN REVIEW 2016 ANNUAL REPORT

United Way Treats Guests to a Gold Rush Celebration at the 2016 Annual Meeting!

A Record-Breaking 430 Volunteers Donate over 3,000 HOURS of Labor for Project Serve!

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Stuff the Bus Breaks All Records by collecting and distributing over 33,500 school supplies to local students.

Aliens Invade Burke County for the 2016 Campaign Blastoff!

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A YEAR IN REVIEW

United Way Launches 2016 Campaign Into Outerspace!

Local Businesses Run Out-of-This-World United Way Campaigns to Benefit the Community!

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INVESTMENT STRATEGY 2016 ANNUAL REPORT

Investing in United Way of the CSRA Means Investing in the Building Blocks for a Good Life United Way believes that Education, Income, 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. Income adequate to pay for necessities and to save 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 change in the CSRA with lasting results.

+ STRONGER COMMUNITY Education Helping Children and Youth Succeed

INVESTING IN THE BUILDING BLOCKS FOR A GOOD LIFE

Income Promoting Financial Stability and Independence

Health Promoting Community Wellness and Wellbeing

The Poverty Rate of the CSRA in 2015 was 20.6% compared to the 17% rate of the state of Georgia. 31,675 children in the CSRA (31%) under the age of 18 were living in poverty. – U.S. Census Bureau - 2015 Five-Year Estimates

EDUCATION

INCOME

HEALTH

Currently, two-thirds of Georgia’s third

14,811 families in the CSRA were female-

In 2015, 6.7% of children under the

graders are not reading on grade level,

headed households with no husband

age of 18 in the CSRA were without

making them more likely to drop out of

and children under the age of 18. 25% of

health and dental insurance. 15.72%

high school than proficient readers and

those mothers or guardians were

of Georgia’s nonelderly adults were

ultimately bringing long-term negative

unemployed.

uninsured.

– U.S. Census Bureau - 2015 Five-Year Estimates

– U.S. Census Bureau – 2015 Five-Year Estimates

consequences to these children, their families, their communities, and the state as a whole.” – Get Georgia Reading UNITED WAY OF THE CSRA | 2016 ANNUAL REPORT

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INVESTMENT STRATEGY

EDUCATION Provided EDUCATION related services to

25,763 individuals: 6,991 CHILDREN were served in early intervention, social development programs. 461 YOUNG ADULTS were provided Career Exploration. 10,830 CHILDREN AND TEENS were actively engaged in extra-curricular activities.

Communities In Schools of Burke County Tutoring Program: Of the 97 students enrolled in the tutoring program, 100% were promoted to the next grade level.

6,944 MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS participated in after-school programming that included tutoring and mentoring. 155 PARENTS received information to support postive parent-child interactions.

AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteers In Service to

STUFF

THE BUS SCHOOL SUPPLY DRIVE

33,565

school supplies were provided to students in nine local counties.

Donated school supplies

WERE VALUED AT $48,330.

45% INCREASE

over the previous year’s event.

America) Project UNITE: 9 VISTA members were assigned to 9 Richmond County schools to promote the Born Learning early childhood development campaign in surrounding neighborhoods.

HERE COMES TROUBLE! When Jayden, age 12, first came to Columbia County Community Connection’s Harlem Grovetown After-School program, he struggled with staying out of trouble. In addition, he had difficulty staying on task and completing his assignments. Seemingly, every day a counselor was getting onto him about the way he acted on the bus or about not doing his homework.

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Columbia County Community Connection

Food4Kids Program 47% improved attendance in school.

After a year of the staff working with him on his attitude, behavior, and communication skills, Jayden has made tremendous strides, both academically and behaviorally. He is respectful to the staff and volunteers to help with anything that needs to be done. He completes his homework on time and is fully engaged during activities and assignments. Jayden has grown into a respectful and productive young man.

64% improved academic performance.

Because of United Way funding, students like Jayden are able to be placed into healthy atmospheres where they can learn the skills needed for a successful, productive life.

82% showed improvement in attitude and behavior.


INVESTMENT STRATEGY

INCOME

Provided financial stability and support services to 11,754 individuals: 209 FAMILIES participated in Financial Wellness Programs to include Budgeting Services, Debt Counseling Services, etc. 209 INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES developed Job Skills.

91%

80 MENTALLY AND PHYSICALLY DISADVANTAGED INDIVIDUALS received Job Training. 73 INDIVIDUALS were employed upon program completion.

35 SENIORS remained independent in their home. 597 FAMILIES received emergency assistance with shelter, rent, and utilities.

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

United Way 2-1-1 Information & Referral Line:

FROM EMPTY NESTER TO FULL HOUSE! Fifty-eight year old Margaret had struggled most of her life. As a single mother raising two daughters, it had been difficult to make ends meet. But, after her children left home and had children of their own, she was breathing a sigh of relief. As an empty nester, she looked forward to her retirement years.

18,441 calls and 22,543 online database searches were handled, with rent and utility assistance noted as the greatest needs.

United Way Caring Club Discount Card Program:

However, one day she suddenly found herself having to open her home as a safe haven for a grandchild after her daughter lost custody. A few months later, another incident evolved, and she now found herself having to take custody of seven other grandchildren. “Having no job, living on a fixed income, and having to care for eight grandchildren wasn’t exactly how I planned to spend my latter years,” said Margaret. “This was a huge responsibility and much more than I could handle on my own. The Community Cupboard at St. Stephen’s Ministry was really a lifesaver for me and my family. They provided us with the things we needed to survive.”

3,132 donors received Caring Club cards offering discounts and special offers at 44 area merchants all year long.

United Way Christmas Clearinghouse Program: 10,608 individuals, representing 3,139 families, received holiday assistance through the Christmas Clearinghouse program.

Because of United Way funding, St. Stephen’s Community Cupboard was able to assist the family with food, formula, diapers, baby food, etc. Margaret and her family are now doing well, and she is looking forward to her children being reunited with their families.

121 individuals were served through programs that provide paid work for those with disabilities: 26 developmentally disabled individuals at the Augusta Training Shop gained skills to maintain employment and developed life and social skills to maintain independence.

Received job coaching to build work habits.

95

INDIVIDUALS with disabilities in the Easter Seals Program:

Received paid work experiences to build job skills.

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

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INVESTMENT STRATEGY

HEALTH Health and wellness services were provided to 173,276 individuals: + 1,435 FAMILIES OF HOSPITALIZED CHILDREN received housing assistance.

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through the trauma of sexual abuse or severe physical abuse.

2,168 WOMEN AND CHILDREN exiting domestic violence received emergency shelter and support.

+ 113,494 HOMELESS OR SEVERELY IMPOVERISHED men and women with their children received food and shelter.

+ 1,624 INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES received adaptive therapy and paticipated in recreational activities

+ 13,779 VETERANS and their families received support. + 888 VICTIMS OF DISASTER received immediate assistance with food, lodging, basic needs, etc.

HARD AT WORK! Cody, a 22 year old young man suffering from ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) and depression, needed to find a job, but with no skills and no experience, he was having no success. When he came to Easter Seals seeking developmental training, he initially had some significant emotional issues to overcome and needed help with his productivity and focus while working. Although he was given early chances to job sample, Cody grew increasingly frustrated with his inability to secure employment. Over a period of 18 months, the staff continued to work with Cody to develop his job skills and improve his soft skills. Over time, he eventually began to make a significant turn in attitude, and he became more and more successful in all of his work, but particularly in his customer service skills. After a very successful interview, he was offered a job at a local restaurant. Although he is still in training there, the chances are excellent that Cody will be hired and have the skills and attitude to maintain employment. Through United Way funding, Easter Seals job sampling program provided Cody with a “real” community option for training for a specific type of job making him marketable for employment.

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+ 381 ABUSED CHILDREN received advocacy and support + 497 HOMEBOUND SENIORS AND INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES received independent living support.

+ 7,804 VICTIMS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT received support and counseling.

+ 6,314 UNINSURED AND UNDER-INSURED PATIENTS gained access to affordable, primary health care, lab services, diagnostic tests, and specialist referrals.

+ 1,600 PERSONAL HYGIENE KITS AND 72 BANKETS were distributed to homeless individuals and families.

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.

The Family Y Adapted Therapy Program 95% of participants increased their physical well-being through activities that build physical endurance and strength.

Friendship Community Center Rehabilitation Program 98% of the individuals with disabilities served were able to successfully transition into the community with employment.

FamilyWize Prescription Discount Program $226,366 was saved by the community in prescription drug costs in 2016. FamilyWize cards were used 7,545 times throughout five local counties. $1,800,061 has been saved by the community in prescription drug costs since the program’s inception locally in 2009.


VOLUNTEERS & PARTNERS 2016 ANNUAL REPORT

United Way of the CSRA could never do what we do without the commitment and support of our many volunteers and partners. Throughout the year, our volunteers serve in a variety of capacities…from the Board of Directors who provide governance and direction for this United Way to the many volunteers who help with our various initiatives and special events. Their work is an

excellent example of the spirit of volunteerism and of community that exists in the CSRA. The following pages highlight many who gave of their talent, energy, and time this past year to create opportunities for a better life for all. United Way thanks YOU! You truly made a difference!

2016 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Chairman of the Board Scott D. Johnson Columbia County Board of Commissioners Immediate Past Board Chair Thomas M. Blanchard III Blanchard & Calhoun Board Chair-Elect 2017 Scott Peebles Richmond Cty Marshal’s Office 2016 Campaign Co-Chair Scott Elledge WJBF News Channel 6

2016 Campaign Co-Chair Mark Haddon Beasley Media Group, Inc. Treasurer Rick L. Evans, CPA Serotta, Maddocks, Evans & Co. Chair of 2-1-1 Advisory Council Alice Frye, Ed.D. Community Volunteer Chair of Building Chris Bird Augusta Entertainment Complex

Chair of Community Investment Samuel E. Tyson, Jr. Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner, & Smith Inc. Chair of Human Resources J. Edward Enoch J. Edward Enoch, PC Chair of Marketing Anthony T. Robinson, Ph.D. Ocozzio, Inc. Chair of Strategic Planning David A. Belkoski University Health Care System

Daniel Armstrong Savannah River Nuclear Solutions

Rev. Dr. Charles E. Goodman, Jr. Tabernacle Baptist Church

Laurene E. Rowell Savannah River Remediation, LLC

Dr. Michael Ash Retired

James R. Holmes The Augusta Chronicle

Shelia Stuberfield State Bank & Trust Company

Clint L. Bryant Augusta University

Janice Allen Jackson City of Augusta

Keith Taber Southern Company - Plant Vogtle

Michael T. Cleary, Sr. Virginia College – Augusta

Vinayak Kamath, M.D. Augusta University Medical Center

Mary Pat Tubb John Deere Commercial Products

William Cleveland, CPA The Cleveland Group

Russell T. Keen Augusta University

Doug Welch Doctors Hospital

Marc Dufour Club Car, LLC

Charles Krecklow, Jr. International Paper

Bill Wolfe MAU Workforce Solutions

Rudy Falana, Sr. Burke County School System

Cheryl Mulvehill ADP

Agency Representative Lynn Smith Easter Seals East Georgia, Inc.

Karen D. Fili Southern Company – Plant Vogtle

Patricia Padezanin Savannah River Nuclear Solutions

Fran Forehand Georgia Power

Kinesha N. Ponder Richmond County Board of Education UNITED WAY OF THE CSRA | 2016 ANNUAL REPORT

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VOLUNTEERS & PARTNERS

WE SALUTE OUR 2016 PARTNERS FOR GOOD! NATIONAL LEVEL

$10,000+

American Family Insurance The Augusta Chronicle Club Car, Inc. EDTS Kicks 99 Savannah River Nuclear Solutions WJBF News Channel 6

MASTERS LEVEL

$7,500-$9,999

MAU Workforce Solutions Phoenix Printing Southern Nuclear Operating Company

GREEN JACKET LEVEL

$5,000-$7,499

Doctors Hospital Electrolux Georgia Power Savannah River Remediation, LLC University Health Care System

CHAMPION LEVEL

$2,500-$4,999

American Audio Visual Services Blanchard & Calhoun Global Personnel Solutions, Inc. Procter & Gamble SRP Federal Credit Union

EAGLE LEVEL

$1,000-$2,499

Atlanta Gas Light Chick-fil-A Georgia Bank & Trust Coompany Lamar Advertising Mass Media Marketing Mr. Chris Meadows, PSI Papa John’s Pizza Pepsi Bottling Group Windsor Jewelers

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OUR 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 Communities In Schools of Burke County, Inc. Easter Seals East Georgia, Inc. Family Counseling Center of the CSRA, Inc. Family Promise of Augusta The Family YMCA Fireside Ministries Friendship Community Center Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia GreenPath, Inc. Hope House, Inc. Rape Crisis and Sexual Assault Services Ronald McDonald House Charities of Augusta SafeHomes, Inc. The Salvation Army Senior Citizens Council of Greater Augusta and the CSRA, Georgia, Inc. The Speech & Hearing Center St. Stephen’s Ministry of Augusta, Inc.


INVESTMENT STRATEGY

THANK YOU

THANKS TO OUR VOLUNTEERS! United Way would like to say “THANK YOU” to the 2,080 volunteers who generously devoted their time, talent, and energy in over 23,900 hours of service to produce results and help advance our mission in 2016. Your time and dedication make what we do possible.

2016 CARING CLUB® PARTICIPATING MERCHANTS The Caring Club® program was introduced as a way to say “Thank You” to donors who so generously support United Way of the CSRA, and it has continued to grow and expand over the past 11 years. Individuals who give a minimum gift of $150 or more undesignated a year automatically become members of the Caring Club®. With the Caring Club® card, donors receive discounts and special offers at 44 area merchants all year long. Many thanks to the following businesses for their support of United Way’s Caring Club® in 2016: 1 Hour Optical, PC

Fireside Outdoor Kitchens &

Papa John’s Pizza

Amelia’s Buds & Blooms

Grills

Pipeline Work Clothes

Anderson Photography, Inc.

Fosters Restaurant

Poblano’s Mexican Grill

Anew Salon

French Market Grille

Putt Putt Fun Center

Augusta Canal

Georgia Aquarium

Riverbanks Zoo & Garden

Augusta Training Shop, Inc.

Good Day Café

Roly Poly Sandwiches

Big Daddy’s

Honeybaked Ham Co. & Café

Salon West

Café 209

J. Edward Enoch, P.C.

Shaffer Computer Services

California Dreaming

Jiffy Lube

Shane’s Rib Shack

Coleman Lake Restaurant

Kyoto

Sonic

DJ Productions

La Dolce Vita Salon

Texas Roadhouse

Evoke

Maryland Fried Chicken

Thrifty Car Rental

Eye Care One Laser Vision Center

M.R.T. Muscle Restore Therapy

Waynesboro Emporium

The Family YMCA

MTL Automotive

Wedges & Woods

Fehrman Investment Group

Murphy & Robinson Opticians

William Mizell Ford, Inc.

2016 LOANED PROFESSIONALS In 2016, four Loaned Professional donated their talent, expertise, and time to a 13-week fall campaign, making over 255 presentations, boosting the campaign, and enabling United Way to more effectively leverage community dollars. At the end of the program, these professionals returned to their companies with enhanced business skills and a greater awareness of local needs. We would like to thank the following individuals and companies who participated in the 2016 Loaned Professional program and the Sponsors who contributed to this important program. CLASS OF 2016 Jamie Hill, Southern Nuclear Operating Company Richard Hillman, Savannah River Nuclear Solutions Larry Laughlin, Sponsored Rita Stubblefield, Sponsored

SPONSORS: Blanchard & Calhoun MAU Workforce Solutions SRP Federal Credit Union

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VOLUNTEERS & PARTNERS

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PLANNED GIVING AND ENDOWMENT With a planned gift to United Way of the CSRA, you can combine your desire to give charitably with your overall financial, tax, and estate planning goal. Your generosity will leave a lasting legacy that helps those in need for years to come. For more information on Planned Giving, please call 706-724-5544.

ONCE AGAIN NEW COUNTRY KICKS 99 MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE

FOR LOCAL KIDS!

A big “THANK YOU” to Kicks 99 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 118 families, including 180 children, throughout the area in 2016.

Hope isn’t a one-man band and there’s no such thing as self-taught and selfmade. To live better, we must LIVE UNITED.

YOUR UNITED WAY TEAM EXECUTIVE La Verne H. Gold – President/CEO Teresa Harris – Executive Assistant to President COMMUNITY IMPACT Angela Collins – Director of Community Impact Cynthia Martin – 2-1-1 I & R Specialist Juanita McDaniel – 2-1-1 Coordinator Cheryl Odom – Administrative Assistant Ashley Powell - 2-1-1 Resource Specialist FINANCE Debbie Brown – Director of Finance Kenya E. Jones – Senior Finance Manager MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS Vicki Fricks – Manager of Marketing and Communications RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT Rina S. Powell – Senior Director Resource Development Toney Cross – Combined Federal Campaign Coordinator Kim Grimes – Senior Resource Development Manager April King – Resource Development Manager Lauren Mical – Resource Development Coordinator Martina Wilson - Resource Development Assistant

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STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION 2016 ANNUAL REPORT

AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2016 (UNAUDITED)

ASSETS Cash and Temporary Cash Investments (including interest-bearing deposits)

$ 2,627,424

Campaign Pledges and Other Receivables (less allowance for uncollectible)

$ 1,090,128

Fixed Assets (Net)

$ 60,572

Other Assets

$ 134,527

$ 3,912,651

TOTAL ASSETS

LIABILITIES Accounts Payable and Accrued Expenses

$ 226,035

Allocations Payable to Agencies

$ 1,004,050

Designations Payable

$ 257,017

TOTAL LIABILITIES

$ 1,487,102

NET ASSETS Unrestricted

Temporarily Restricted

TOTAL NET ASSETS

TOTAL LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS

$ 1,400,059 $ 1,025,490

$ 2,425,549

$ 3,912,651

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WE THANK OUR SPONSORS 2016 ANNUAL REPORT

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THANK YOU SPONSORS

EMPOWERING HOPE Georgia Power supports 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. Š 2017 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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THANK YOU SPONSORS

Proud Supporter of the United Way of the CSRA www.mau.com

Live your healthy

SM

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.

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THANK YOU SPONSORS

a

proud supporter of

United Way of the CSRA and their mission to improve life in our community.

YEARS as YOUR

HOSPITAL of CHOICE Based on an independent survey conducted by the National Research Corporation, area residents have selected University as the Hospital of Choice for Overall Quality and Image for the 18th consecutive year. We are honored and humbled. After all, we couldn’t have done it without you. Thank you for continuing to Insist on University.

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United Way of the CSRA, Inc.

TOGETHER,

we’re making an impact.


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United Way of the CSRA, Inc.

Annual Report UNITED WAY OF THE CSRA

LIVE OUR MISSION

OUR VISION

United Way of the CSRA unites people and

United Way of the CSRA leads the way in

mobilizes community resources to create

identifying health and human service needs and

lasting changes that transform lives.

securing the resources that allow individuals and families to achieve their potential through education, financial stability, and healthy lives.

1765 Broad Street

P.O. Box 1724

Augusta, Georgia 30903-1724 United Way of the CSRA, Inc.

Tel. 706.724.5544 www.uwcsra.org

This publication has been made possible through the generosity of Phoenix Printing

United Way of the CSRA, Inc.

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