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2011 Live United Event Thursday, April 21, 2011

Awards Booklet


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2011 Live United Event Valley of the Sun United Way builds caring communities where individuals and families are successful, stable and secure, but we don’t do it alone. Our work would not be possible without the dedication of thousands of passionate donors, volunteers and advocates, like you. Our success is created by the strong community partnerships we’ve built over many years and the idea that change is possible when we all work together. Thank you for your unwavering support.

All information is based on campaign reports received by Friday, April 5, 2011 and is correct to the best of our knowledge.


2011 Live United Event 2010 Loaned Executives The Loaned Executive Program is an integral component of the annual United Way fundraising campaign and helps ensure its success each year. These caring, dedicated individuals worked full-time for Valley of the Sun United Way during the Fall campaign months. Their efforts made it possible to educate more people about the benefits of investing in our community through Valley of the Sun United Way.

Melek Akgul-Lee Stephanie Aurora Jeadon Barnella Mark Baron Matthew Boyle Hugh Braxton Victoria Budinger Betty Doran Ernie Espinoza Renee Farnell Megan Fuller

Angela Gonzales Judy Gragg Raymond Holguin Kim Kearns Nicole Lang LaKeisha Montanez Lori Neau Edward Normand Rebecca O’Kusky Tabitha Parrish Roberto Peart

Cynthia Pullen David Ropp Ralph Serpico Tanya Smith Regina Phillips Tabon Leigh Wales Beth Weaver Sarah Wells Laura Yee

2010 Loaned Executive Sponsoring Organizations Businesses dedicated to making a difference in our community sponsor Loaned Executives through financial contributions or by lending bright, articulate and outgoing employees for the campaign season. Their support is critical to the success of our fundraising effort. A special thank you to the following organizations for their support of the Loaned Executive Program.

AAA

QuikTrip

American Express

Scottsdale Insurance Company

APS/Pinnacle West*

SRP

Arizona State University

State Farm Insurance Company

City of Phoenix Firefighters and United Phoenix Fire Fighters Association

The Arizona Republic TriWest Healthcare Alliance U.S. Air Force

Cox Communications Arizona

U.S. Postal Service

FedEx Corporation Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc. General Dynamics*

V.A. Medical Center Valley of the Sun United Way Vanguard*

Maricopa County Community Colleges

Wells Fargo 2

*Denotes Loaned Executive Program Title Sponsor


Valley of the Sun United Way

Chairman’s Award Bank of America The Chairman’s Award, selected by the Campaign Chairman, recognizes an organization that provides outstanding overall support for Valley of the Sun United Way. Criteria include overall campaign revenue, percent of revenue invested in the work of Valley of the Sun United Way and success in mobilizing employee volunteers.

Spirit Of Caring Award Vanguard The Spirit of Caring Award recognizes an organization for pushing the boundaries of community involvement for a considerable length of time. To be considered for this award, the company must demonstrate sustained support for health and human services, increased campaign results, increased support for the work of Valley of the Sun United Way and have promoted volunteerism, making a positive impact on the community.

Trailblazer Award Intel Corporation Valley of the Sun United Way is honored to present Intel Corporation and its employees with the Trailblazer Award. This award highlights Intel’s achievement in continuously raising the standard of community involvement and reaching new levels of philanthropic investment. In the last decade Intel and its employees have raised nearly $50M for our local community. Intel initiated the $3M, $4M, $5M, $6M and now $7M dollar clubs. Thank you Intel; your strong commitment and impact on individual lives is your legacy to this community.

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2011 Live United Event Community Impact Award Medtronic Microelectronics Center

The Community Impact Award recognizes an organization with a minimum of 75% of its total campaign revenue invested in the work of Valley of the Sun United Way. Additional requirements include a minimum of $100,000 in total campaign revenue and utilizing campaign best practices.

Sustaining Supporter Award Edward Jones Investments

The Sustaining Supporter Award recognizes an organization that provides consistent, long-term financial support to the Valley of the Sun United Way campaign. The organization’s campaign must have increased by an average of 10% for each of the last five years. Additional requirements include a minimum of $100,000 in campaign revenue and a minimum of 70% of its total campaign invested in supporting the work of Valley of the Sun United Way.

Tocqueville Campaign Excellence Award PetSmart, Inc.

The Tocqueville Campaign Excellence Award recognizes an organization achieving a high level of Tocqueville giving in both total number of Tocqueville members and total Tocqueville dollars. The organization must have at least 10 Tocqueville members and/or $100,000 in Tocqueville dollars.

Leadership Giving Award Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc.

The Leadership Giving Award recognizes an organization with outstanding Leadership Giving results including total number of Leadership Givers, total Leadership Giving dollars and increases over last year. In addition, total campaign revenue must reach $100,000 with 25% of employee campaign revenue from Leadership Giving.

Outstanding Partner Award Association for Supportive Child Care

The Outstanding Agency Award recognizes a local health and human service agency for their outstanding campaign performance. The agency must have a minimum of $10,000 in total campaign revenue with at least 70% of its total campaign supporting the work of Valley of the Sun United Way. 4


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Speaker Appreciation Award Christina Calio, St. Mary’s Foodbank Alliance

The Speaker Appreciation Award recognizes an individual agency or client speaker in appreciation for their contributions to the annual campaign. The award is based on number of presentations, campaign account feedback and an ability to articulate the work of Valley of the Sun United Way.

Dynamic Partnership Award Arizona Diamondbacks & Helios Education Foundation

This year the Dynamic Partnership Award recognizes two organizations that partnered to provide $100,000 toward our work in Ensuring Children and Youth Succeed through the “Shirts off our D-backs” fundraising event.

In-Kind Giving Award US Airways

The In-Kind Giving Award recognizes an organization whose gift of non-financial resources aids Valley of the Sun United Way in achieving its goals for the community.

Innovative Campaign Partnership Award U.S. Bank

The Innovative Campaign Partnership Award recognizes an organization that has formed an innovative campaign-related partnership helping to increase overall campaign results and create community impact.

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2011 Live United Event 7 Million Dollar Club 1. Intel Corporation

$7,429,179

3 Million Dollar Club 1. APS/Pinnacle West

$3,218,582

1 Million Dollar Club 1. Wells Fargo

$1,905,862

2. Maricopa County Combined Federal Campaign

$1,686,687

3. SRP

$1,557,182

4. City of Phoenix

$1,196,825

5. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona, Inc.

$1,164,400

6. Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc.

$1,141,865

7. Cox Communications Arizona

$1,048,173

8. PetSmart, Inc.

$1,008,199

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2010 Top Campaigns The following awards are presented to the top organizations with the highest achievement in employee and corporate giving for each category based on number of employees. The asterisk (*) next to the total raised signifies that 70% or more of their total gifts were invested in the work of Valley of the Sun United Way.

10,000 or More Employees

1. Intel Corporation

$7,429,179

2. Wells Fargo

$1,905,862

3. Maricopa County Combined Federal Campaign

$1,686,687

4. City of Phoenix

$1,196,825

5. Bank of America

$849,985

6. US Airways

$803,591

7. Maricopa County

$519,701 *

8. Banner Health

$232,927

9. Fry’s Food Stores

$115,592 * 7,500 to 9,999 Employees

1. Arizona State University

$681,070 *

2. Chase

$404,489 *

3. Maricopa County Community Colleges

$216,564

4. Wal-Mart/Sam’s Club

$123,193 *

5. CHW Arizona

$64,012 5,000 to 7,499 Employees

1. APS/Pinnacle West

$3,218,582

2. Target Corporation

$248,602 *

3. Scottsdale Healthcare

$76,309

2,000 To 4,999 Employees 1. SRP

$1,557,182

2. Cox Communications Arizona

$1,048,173

3. General Dynamics

$998,471

4. USAA

$871,441 *

5. American Express

$700,546

6. UPS

$445,479 * 7


2010 Top Campaigns 2,000 To 4,999 Employees (Cont) 7. QWEST/CWA Local 7019

$297,091 *

8. Costco Wholesale

$260,147

9. Macy’s

$195,697

10. City of Glendale

$111,234

11. FedEx Corporation

$108,296

12. JC Penney

$61,227

13. John C. Lincoln Health Network

$60,000 *

14. Maricopa Integrated Health System

$59,455 *

15. Avnet, Inc.

$54,829 *

16. City of Scottsdale

$52,095

17. Mayo Clinic

$48,909 *

18. Gilbert Unified School District

$44,703

19. Chandler Unified School District

$43,471

20. Washington Elementary School District #6

$39,589

21. Best Buy

$38,675 *

22. CVS Caremark

$38,039 *

23. Freescale Semiconductor

$28,588 *

24. Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation

$21,560

25. Albertson’s LLC

$20,000 1,000 To 1,999 Employees

1. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona, Inc.

$1,164,400

2. PetSmart, Inc.

$1,008,199 *

3. Scottsdale Insurance Company

$688,132 *

4. Vanguard

$615,219 *

5. TriWest Healthcare Alliance

$239,751

6. Microchip Technology, Inc.

$239,004 *

7. The Arizona Republic

$219,473

8. General Electric Company

$183,520 *

9. Dillard’s

$148,910 *

10. AAA

$134,474 *

11. Nordstrom

$125,417 *

12. Aetna

$112,246 *

13. IBM Corporation

$110,573 * 8


2010 Top Campaigns 1,000 To 1,999 Employees (Cont) 14. Insight

$82,645 *

15. CIGNA HealthCare of Arizona

$72,289 *

16. Orbital Sciences Corporation

$69,213 *

17. State Farm Insurance Company

$66,671 *

18. City of Peoria

$56,444

19. City of Tempe

$49,094

20. Valley of the Sun YMCA

$37,827

21. ON Semiconductor

$37,734 *

22. City of Chandler

$30,626

23. Tempe Elementary School District #3

$25,439

24. Shamrock Foods Company

$24,000

25. Lockheed Martin Information Systems and Global Services

$22,924 *

500 To 999 Employees 1. Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc.

$1,141,865 *

2. QuikTrip

$452,212 *

3. Medtronic Microelectronics Center

$434,011 *

4. Southwest Gas Corporation

$328,024 *

5. Edward Jones Investments

$267,069 *

6. Enterprise Holdings Incorporated operating Alamo Rent A Car, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, and National Car Rental

$216,916 *

7. Desert Schools Federal Credit Union

$210,086 *

8. Henkel

$172,154 *

9. Bard Peripheral Vascular Division of C.R. Bard, Inc.

$156,077

10. SCF Arizona

$129,790

11. UnitedHealthcare

$94,072

12. BBVA Compass

$92,000

13. Crescent Crown Distributing

$79,412 *

14. U.S. Bank

$74,029 *

15. Arrowhead Hospital

$71,746

16. United Blood Services/Blood Systems, Inc.

$70,478

17. IKON Office Solutions, Inc. A RICOH COMPANY

$62,405 *

18. AT&T Inc.

$60,726 * 9


2010 Top Campaigns 500 To 999 Employees (Cont) 19. Pepsi-Cola Bottling Group

$57,429 *

20. Humana Health Care Plan

$49,172 *

21. PepsiCo - Tolleson

$47,446 *

22. Delta Diversified Enterprises, Inc.

$45,674 *

23. Coca-Cola Refreshments

$31,752 *

24. City of Surprise

$31,408

25. Paradise Valley Hospital

$31,112 *

250 To 499 Employees 1. Snell & Wilmer, LLP

$284,550

2. TSYS Acquiring Solutions

$174,855

3. M & I Bank

$119,822 *

4. Motorola

$108,714

5. Fennemore Craig, P.C.

$104,547 *

6. Accenture

$91,689

7. DMB Associates, Inc.

$79,792 *

8. Kitchell Corporation

$71,769

9. ING Pilgrim Investments Inc.

$61,886

10. National Bank of Arizona

$61,844 *

11. City of Avondale

$49,784 *

12. Greentree Servicing

$48,887

13. General Mills Consumer Foods Sales

$37,968 *

14. U.S. Foodservice

$26,377 *

15. Capitol Bancorp Limited

$25,156

16. Bechtel

$23,113 *

17. Project Artemis

$23,027 *

18. First American Title

$21,720

19. McLane Sunwest

$21,000

20. Chicanos Por La Causa of Phoenix

$16,918

21. Xerox Corporation

$14,873

22. EMPACT... Suicide Prevention Center

$11,622

23. NAPA Auto Parts - a Genuine Parts Company

$10,593 *

24. Sprint

$10,458 *

25. Rogers Corp.

$10,444 * 10


2010 Top Campaigns 100 To 249 Employees 1. Arizona Diamondbacks

$167,485 *

2. PCL Construction

$111,809 *

3. Ernst & Young, LLP

$110,359

4. Gallagher & Kennedy, PA

$105,454

5. ACSS

$100,752 *

6. Deloitte

$100,353

7. QuikTrip Distribution

$73,881 *

8. Lewis and Roca, LLP

$67,627 *

9. Bank of Arizona

$66,321 *

10. Schreiber Foods, Inc.

$61,978 *

11. American Reliable Insurance Company

$58,734

12. PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP

$56,737

13. AMEC Earth & Environmental, Inc.

$55,573 *

14. KPMG, LLP

$55,000

15. Crafco and Ergon Asphalt Emulsions

$51,296 *

16. Abbott Laboratories

$43,079

17. Quarles & Brady, LLP

$40,597

18. Naumann/Hobbs Material Handling

$38,663

19. Arizona Cardinals Footbal Club

$38,543

20. Deluxe Corporation

$38,236 *

21. Northern Trust Bank

$37,574

22. Valero, Inc.

$36,292

23. Clear Channel Communications

$33,353 *

24. Merck & Co., Inc.

$31,762

25. Squire, Sanders & Dempsey L.L.P.

$30,185

2010 Top Campaigns 25 To 99 Employees 1. Valley of the Sun United Way

$101,676 *

2. GPW and Associates, Inc.

$73,573

3. Diversified HealthCare Services, Inc.

$54,515

4. Association for Supportive Child Care

$39,990 *

5. Harris Private Bank

$38,155

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2010 Top Campaigns 25 To 99 Employees (Cont) 6. Ryan Companies US, Inc.

$30,064 *

7. Bar-S Foods Company

$29,561

8. Genworth Financial

$28,304

9. Grant Thornton

$26,186

10. Border States Electric Supply

$23,831 *

11. Eli Lilly Pharmaceuticals Inc.

$23,340

12. TD Industries

$16,831 *

13. Sunbelt Holdings, Inc.

$16,200

14. BRE Properties Inc.

$13,961 *

15. Gilbane Building Company

$13,678

16. American Cancer Society, Great West Division, Inc.

$13,189 *

17. Community Legal Services, Inc.

$13,080 *

18. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company

$13,080

19. ITW-Illinois Tool Works Inc.

$13,061 *

20. Microsoft Corporation

$12,860

21. Carollo Engineers

$12,298 *

22. The Business Journal

$12,123

23. Upward Foundation

$12,086 *

24. Taylor Freezer Sales of Arizona, Inc.

$11,422 *

25. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona

$11,394 *

2010 Top Campaigns 1 To 24 Employees 1. Helios Education Foundation

$131,028 *

2. Kolbe Corporation

$21,682

3. The Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust

$16,669 *

4. Pfizer Corporation

$14,734 *

5. Globe Corporation

$12,064 *

6. Bankers Trust

$9,654 *

7. Greater Phoenix Youth at Risk, Inc.

$8,503

8. Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association

$8,060 *

9. Lodestar Day Resource Center

$7,196 *

10. Phoenix Shanti Group, Inc.

$5,820 * 12


2010 Top Campaigns 1 To 24 Employees (Cont) 11. Labor’s Community Service Agency

$5,760

12. Evans Kuhn & Associates

$5,448 *

13. Walker & Armstrong

$5,312 *

14. Alzheimer’s Association Desert Southwest Chapter

$5,205 *

15. McDonough Corporation

$5,000 *

16. Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust

$4,620 *

17. Duke Realty Corporation

$4,380

18. American Heart Association Pacific/ Mountain Affiliate

$4,219 *

19. JE Dunn Construction

$4,197

20. First Community Bank

$3,964 *

21. Tempe Community Council

$3,904 *

22. American General Finance

$3,714 *

23. Arizona Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired, Inc.

$3,341 *

24. Weingarten Realty Management Company

$3,135 *

25. Gabriel’s Angels

$3,120

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2011 Live United Event 2010 Top Tocqueville Society Campaigns The following organizations represent the top campaigns with the highest achievement in the number of Tocqueville members and total Tocqueville dollars raised. Tocqueville members invest a minimum of $10,000 annually. The number of members includes individuals participating in either the Tocqueville Society step-up program or their employer’s internal Tocqueville step-up program. Company Name

Number of Members

1. Intel Corporation

Total Tocqueville Dollars Raised

130

$1,475,460

2. PetSmart, Inc.

30

$479,500

3. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona, Inc.

13

$188,587

4 Snell & Wilmer, LLP

13

$126,313

5. APS/Pinnacle West

9

$110,986

6. US Airways

9

$166,500

7. Gallagher & Kennedy, PA

7

$71,000

8. Arizona State University

6

$63,950

9. Valley of the Sun United Way

6

$42,615

10. Deloitte

5

$54,000

11. Ernst & Young, LLP

5

$50,000

12. Vanguard

5

$41,940

13. Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc.

4

$81,000

14. DMB Associates, Inc.

4

$72,227

15. TriWest Healthcare Alliance

4

$45,500

16. Wells Fargo

4

$42,703

17. Helios Education Foundation

3

$50,010

18. Scottsdale Insurance Company

3

$36,000

19. USAA

3

$30,100

20. Bank of America

3

$28,080

21. Enterprise Holdings Incorporated operating Alamo Rent A Car, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, and National Car Rental

3

$20,000

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2010 Top Leadership Giving Campaigns The following organizations represent the top five campaigns with the highest achievement in total Leadership Giving dollars raised, not including Tocqueville, for each category based on the number of employees. Leadership Givers invest $1,000 - $9,999 annually. The number of members includes individuals participating in their employer’s internal Leadership step-up program. Total Number of Members

Total Leadership Dollars Raised

Over 10,000 Employees 1. Intel Corporation

894

$2,191,311

2. Maricopa County Combined Federal Campaign

382

$527,241

3. Wells Fargo

155

$267,577

4. US Airways

142

$225,227

5. Bank of America

149

$213,152

180

$259,190

2. Maricopa County Community Colleges

62

$82,371

3. Chase

39

$58,980

4. CHW Arizona

21

$27,586

1096

$1,395,731

12

$14,840

1. SRP

350

$472,860

2. General Dynamics

193

$286,088

3. Cox Communications Arizona

121

$147,193

4. USAA

93

$122,667

5. UPS

78

$91,170

1. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona, Inc.

191

$278,663

2. PetSmart, Inc.

122

$173,632

3. Vanguard

7,500 - 9,999 Employees 1. Arizona State University

5,000 - 7,499 Employees 1. APS/Pinnacle West 2. Scottsdale Healthcare 2,000 - 4,999 Employees

1,000 - 1,999 Employees

117

$141,612

4. Microchip Technology, Inc.

78

$132,638

5. Scottsdale Insurance Company

76

$125,603

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2011 Live United Event 2010 Top Leadership Giving Campaigns (Cont.) Total Number of Members

Total Leadership Dollars Raised

500 - 999 Employees 1. Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc.

152

$308,840

2. Southwest Gas Corporation

154

$187,020

3. Medtronic Microelectronics Center

70

$98,195

4. QuikTrip

51

$65,728

5. Enterprise Holdings Incorporated operating Alamo Rent A Car, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, and National Car Rental

44

$61,650

1. Accenture

21

$51,498

2. M & I Bank

31

$40,917

3. TSYS Acquiring Solutions

14

$23,596

4. City of Avondale

19

$23,507

5. Fennemore Craig, P.C.

11

$19,208

1. ACSS

52

$75,259

2. Ernst & Young, LLP

20

$46,116

3. Bank of Arizona

19

$41,529

4. Arizona Diamondbacks

28

$37,453

5. Deloitte

14

$33,900

37

$61,801

2. Diversified HealthCare Services, Inc.

7

$15,800

3. Grant Thornton

5

$11,750

4. Association for Supportive Child Care

7

$10,946

5. Carollo Engineers

6

$10,488

1. Helios Education Foundation

4

$7,826

2. Bankers Trust

2

$6,840

3. The Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust

4

$6,500

4. Pfizer Corporation

2

$6,160

5. Greater Phoenix Youth at Risk, Inc.

5

$6,045

250 - 499 Employees

100 - 249 Employees

25 - 99 Employees 1. Valley of the Sun United Way

1 - 24 Employees

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US Airways 2010 Campaign Recognition Program

US Airways generously provided airline gift cards for Valley of the Sun United Way’s 2010 Campaign to reward and recognize award-winning campaigns. Gift cards are determined by the following criteria: · Organizations that rank 1st, 2nd and 3rd in their respective Top Campaign category each receive one pair of gift cards · All award winning organizations in their Top Campaign category who have 70% or more of its total campaign supporting Valley of the Sun United Way, are entered into a drawing for one pair of gift cards per category · Organizations who are ranked 4th-25th in their respective Top Campaign category are entered into a drawing for one pair of gift cards per category · Special award recipients receive one pair of gift cards Accenture

Edward Jones Investments

QuikTrip

Albertson’s LLC

Ernst & Young, LLP

Scottsdale Healthcare

APS/Pinnacle West

Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc.

Scottsdale Insurance Company

Arizona Diamondbacks & Helios Education Foundation

Fry’s Food Stores

Snell & Wilmer, LLP

Gabriel’s Angels

Southwest Gas Corporation

Arizona State University

GPW and Associates, Inc.

Arizona Diamondbacks

Association for Supportive Child Care Bank of America Bank of Arizona Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona, Inc. Border States Electric Supply BRE Properties Inc. Chase Christina Calio, St. Mary’s Foodbank Alliance City of Chandler Cox Communications Arizona Crafco and Ergon Asphalt Emulsions Diversified HealthCare Services, Inc.

General Dynamics Helios Education Foundation Intel Corporation Kolbe Corporation M & I Bank

SRP Target Corporation The Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust TSYS Acquiring Solutions U.S. Foodservice

Maricopa County

UnitedHealthcare Group

Maricopa County Combined Federal Campaign

US Airways US Airways Recognition Program

Maricopa County Community Colleges

US Bank

Mayo Clinic

Valley of the Sun United Way

Medtronic Microelectronics Center

Vanguard

Orbital Sciences Corporation

Weingarten Realty Management Company

PCL Construction PetSmart, Inc. 17

Wal-mart/Sam’s Club

Wells Fargo


2011 Live United Event US Airways 2010 Pacesetter Program

The following organizations “set the pace” by running early Valley of the Sun United Way campaigns, prior to the official kickoff of the 2010 campaign season. Thank you, Pacesetters, for taking a leadership role in caring for our community. Each year, through a drawing of all Pacesetters, US Airways provides three Pacesetter organizations with a pair of airline gift cards. The organizations who received gift cards as part of the Pacesetter Program are indicated with an asterisk (*).

Alzheimer’s Association Desert Southwest Chapter American Cancer Society Great West Division, Inc.* Arizona Foundation for the Handicapped Arizona Hemophilia Association Association for Supportive Child Care Bank of Arizona Border States Electric Supply Boys & Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Phoenix California Casualty Insurance Catholic Charities Community Services Central Arizona Shelter Services Chandler Christian Community Center Child & Family Resources of Phoenix Crescent Crown Distributing Dysart Community Center EAP Preferred Edward Jones Investments First Fidelity Bank Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc. Gabriel’s Angels Greater Phoenix Youth at Risk, Inc. Jobs for Arizona Graduates Lodestar Day Resource Center

Macy’s Medtronic Microelectronics Center Nesbitt Contracting Company, Inc. PetSmart, Inc. Phoenix Day Phoenix Indian Center, Inc. Phoenix Shanti Group, Inc. RightPoint Communications, Inc. Snell & Wilmer, LLP Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC)* St. Joseph the Worker Target Corporation Tempe Community Council The Wellness Community - Arizona Town of Buckeye* Tull Forsberg & Olson United Blood Services United Coatings A Quest Company University of Phoenix UPS Upward Foundation USAA Valley of the Sun Jewish Community Center Vanguard Wabash National Walmart/Sam’s Club

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2010 New Partners 20/20 Image Eye Centers

Littleton Elementary School District

Alessi

Madison School District

Andrea Beaulieu Creates LLC

Mansperger Patterson McMullin PLC

Arrogant Butcher

North Hills Church of God

Ashland Inc.

Parsons Electric

Auto Body World

PetSmart Charities

Ayers Saint Gross

Pinnacle Presbyterian

Business Development Finance Corporation

PTO Sales

Carrabba’s Italian Grill Avondale

Roskamp/Sun Health

RED Development

CloudBlue

Safelite AutoGlass

COMSYS - A Manpower Company

Salt River Fields at Talking Stick

CS Innovations a Westinghouse Electric CompanyÂ

Sara Lee Bakery Group Shepherd of the Hills Congregational Church

District Medical Group Ecolab

Stanley Security Solutions

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company

Sun Valley Community Church SuperValu Distribution Center

Grace Walk Community Church

United Coatings - A Quest Company

Hanover Insurance Harder Mechanical Contractor

Xona Resort Suites

Ingram Micro

Additional Corporate Support University of Phoenix Salt River Pima - Maricopa Indian Community

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2011 Live United Event Special Thanks Special thanks to the following individuals and organizations for their support of the work of Valley of the Sun United Way through in-kind contributions, support of special events and volunteer efforts, contributions to incentive programs, advertising and communication efforts and much more. 4X Studio

First New Life Missionary Baptist Church

Alessi

First Southern Baptist Church of Avondale

Alphagraphics on Central Amy Carlson, Bank of America Andrew Simmons

First Southern Baptist Church of Buckeye

Angels on Call

Fresh Start Community Services

Arizona Allergy Associates

Generation United

Arizona Diamondbacks

Glendale Office of Tourism

Arizona Renaissance Festival

Grace Community Church

Auto Body World

Grace Walk Community Church

Bank of America

Henkel Corporation

Basic Mission

Human Services Campus

Bridging Arizona Furniture Bank

IBM

Capital Mall Fellows

IKON

Care 1st Avondale Resources and Housing

IT1 Source

Carrabba’s Italian Grill Avondale

Loaned Executive Alumni Association

Carrier Corporation

Lynne Brown and Associates

Central Christian Church

Medtronic Microelectronics Center

Central Parking Systems Christ’s Church of the Valley Surprise

Nationwide

CIM Clear Channel Communications

Paul Schnabel, Advantage Performance Group

Dan Vasquez and Carole Morgan

Phoenix International Raceway

Della Lubin

Phoenix Mercury

Desert Springs Community Church

Phoenix Suns

Estrella Mountain Community College

Pr1me

North Hills Church

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Prisma Graphic

Tempe First United Methodist Church

Randy Murray Productions

U.S. Bank

Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers

US Airways

Ryan Elementary

Valley of the Sun United Way Staff

Salt River Brass

Vanguard Generation United

Sean Coughlon

Vineyard Church

SRP

Walmart

St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance

Wet’n’Wild Waterpark

Stardust Building Supply

Without Walls Christian Center

Sun Valley Community Church Target Corporation

Partner.

Valley of the Sun United Way salutes University of Phoenix for being a

Support. Strengthen. Enable.

tremendous partner who supports the work we do to strengthen our community. Their generosity enables us to improve the lives of Maricopa County residents so we can all LIVE UNITED.

Live United.

Champion Sponsors

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This event is generously sponsored by: Elite Sponsors:

In-Kind Sponsors:

Supporting Sponsors:

Please remember the Valley of the Sun United Way Foundation in your will or estate plans and share with us when you do. Please call 602.631.4831 for more information.

1515 East Osborn Road, Phoenix, Arizona 85014-5386 Tel: 602.631.4800  |  Fax: 602.631.4809 Email: information@vsuw.org  |  VSUW.ORG

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