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T H E W I N S T O N - S A L E M F O U N D AT I O N 2006 REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY | 2005 ANNUAL REPORT

of Generosity


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O V E RV I E W

G RA N T S

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STUDENT AID

FUNDS & DONORS

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What I have. I will hold it. Tightly. So I can fully understand what it is. And then I will give it away. Yes, away. To someone who needs it more. Because someone always does. This is what we must remember. This is what we should act upon. And I will.

I WILL SHARE WHAT I HAVE. And then something extraordinary will start to move. In someone’s life. In my heart. In the world. You know it’s supposed to work this way. I will show that it can.

G E N E R O S I T Y. Listen to my voice and watch what it builds.


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T REMAINS OUR PRIVILEGE to help intelligently channel the extraordinary flow of generous energy to be found in our area. The stories in this year’s annual report are living proof of what can happen when the remarkable sharing power within people and organizations is revealed purposefully

to the community.


OUR MISSION:

To invest in our community by making philanthropy and its benefits available to all.

THE FOUNDATION’S EFFORTS ARE INSPIRED BY FOUR CORE VALUES: GENEROSITY – To support sharing in all its forms, linking resources with ideas that improve community life. INCLUSION – To embrace the contributions of individuals from diverse backgrounds, beliefs, experiences, and perspectives. INTEGRITY – To operate with respect, honesty, accountability, and fairness to all. EXCELLENCE – To aspire to the highest standards in everything we do.


OVERVIEW Message from the President and Committee Chair

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Year in Review

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The Winston-Salem Foundation Committee

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Financial Overview

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“We make it a point to be accessible to everyone in our community who wants to be a philanthropist.” MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT AND COMMITTEE CHAIR


AT THE HEART OF WHAT WE DO IS GENEROSITY. People have

EXCELLENCE — we work hard to have a level of excellence in all we do.

been generous with their time, talents, money, and relationships in an effort

This is a commitment not only to Foundation donors but to the broader

to impact and improve the community we call home.

community.

It’s really quite remarkable that we have such a significant asset as the

We look toward the future with hope, courage, and promise because

Foundation in our community. As the oldest foundation in North Carolina,

you have made the community a priority in your life by being an advocate;

our operations have been guided by four core values.

by giving your financial resources, time, and energy; and by leading with your heart. In turn, we continue to remain committed to you, growing

INCLUSIVENESS — We make it a point to be accessible to everyone

the community’s resources and connecting generous people with causes that

in our community who wants to be a philanthropist. Our grantmaking is

impact our community.

as varied in size as our donors are in means. We support organizations and individuals regardless of race or ethnicity.

We want you to know that The Winston-Salem Foundation is poised to be your partner in your quest for generosity — our mission is to make philanthropy and its benefits available to all.

GENEROSITY — defined as generous people living among each other generously. There are countless examples of generous communities across the country and where this exists, you will find a growing vibrant community; Winston-Salem is no exception. Through the generosity of our residents, our assets have grown to over $270 million, which puts us in the top 40 community foundations out of 700 in the United States.

INTEGRITY — defined as operating with honesty, fairness, and accounta-

Scott F. Wierman, President The Winston-Salem Foundation

James T. Lambie, Chairman The Winston-Salem Foundation Committee

bility. There is no way the Foundation could have grown to the size it is today without integrity.

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YEAR IN REVIEW

THE WINSTON-SALEM FOUNDATION Award IN OCTOBER 2005 THE FOUNDATION AWARDED Don Flow

together the corporate and education communities; for playing a pivotal

and Andy Schindler with the Foundation’s highest honor, The Winston-

role in moving the Winston-Salem Alliance to the next level and helping

Salem Foundation Award. The Award is given to those who have made

the broader community prepare for attracting, engaging, and retaining new

significant contributions to our community and demonstrated visionary

business; for working to make our community welcoming to everyone.

leadership, particularly within the last year. The Foundation recognized both Flow and Schindler for their leadership, social capital sharing, and

TO DON FLOW: For his visionary work in economic development in

working for the good of the greater community.

the Winston-Salem area and his leadership in building a coalition of community members; for using his personal social capital to build

TO ANDREW SCHINDLER: For

relationships between Dell and the community that resulted in new

recognizing the leadership opportunity

economic growth in our community; for imparting the understanding

and galvanizing the Winston-Salem

that in order for the entire community to benefit, the entire community

Alliance to enable both long-term and

needs to be involved in the process; for continually working to bring

immediate action; for engaging more peo-

new and exciting ideas to fruition to make our community vibrant.

ple in community leadership and bringing

Andy Schindler and Don Flow were recognized as the 2005 Winston-Salem Foundation Award winners at the Foundation’s annual Legacy Society dinner. They each received a grant of $10,000 to designate to the nonprofit of their choice.


THE ECHO Award ESTABLISHED IN 2001, ECHO Awards recognize individuals who have been caught in the act of building social capital. These winners received $1,000 to be designated to the charity of their choice. Honored at the Community Meeting, these individuals have generously brought people and organizations together in order to create a stronger community.

(from left to right) Scott Wierman, Deborah Woolard, Lyndon Bray, Katy Harriger, Jonathan Milner, Patricia Gardea, Jim Lambie

The 2005 ECHO Awards were awarded in May 2005 to Maria Aristizábal, Jan Detter, Mary Dickinson, T. Sharee Fowler, and Sisters Undivided — The Next Level (Marian Anderson-Booker, Dee Best, Andrea Dempsey, Robin Ervin, Louise Harris, Jane Martin, Ava Smith-Pegues, Sandy Stinson, and Florence Corpening). The 2006 ECHO Awards were jointly selected and awarded by the Foundation and the ECHO Council in May 2006: Lyndon Bray, Patricia Gardea, Katy Harriger, Host Homes Teen Council, Jonathan Milner, and Deborah Woolard.

Scott Wierman, Foundation president, Deborah Woolard, Lyndon Bray, Katy Harriger, Jonathan Milner, Patricia Gardea, and Jim Lambie (Foundation Committee chair). Not pictured: Host Homes Teen Council

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THE LEGACY Society AN ANNUAL DINNER is held to thank our Legacy Society members for establishing permanent endowments during their lifetimes or letting the Foundation know that they have made a charitable bequest or other planned gift of $10,000 or more to the Foundation. These generous donors gathered at SciWorks in September to celebrate the Foundation’s work and recognize the 2005 recipient of The WinstonSalem Foundation Award. For more information on the Legacy Society, please see page 61. (from left to right) Gene Rossitch, Carmen Rossitch, Ken Carlson, Mary Jean Carlson

DONOR Services COMMUNITY MEMBERS gave generously in 2005. Individuals, families, and organizations created 39 new endowed funds and gave over $50 million in gifts to the Foundation. Many of our donors continued to enable the Foundation to leverage more grantmaking dollars for the community by participating in the Grantmaking Partners Program. Grant proposals which matched individual donor’s interests were shared with donors, resulting in (from left to right) Cynthia Anderson, Harriet Allen, Ashley Dozier

approximately $100,000 being added to the pool of funds for grants in 2005.


STUDENT Aid

THE FOUNDATION IS GRATEFUL to the many volunteers serving on Foundation committees, including the following:

FOR MORE THAN 80 YEARS The Winston-Salem Foundation has been helping students turn their dreams into realities. Over the years,

BLACK PHILANTHROPY INITIATIVE COMMITTEE

more than 12,000 students have been helped with over $10 million

The Black Philanthropy Initiative (BPI) was created to celebrate the

in aid. In 2005, 413 students received $595,000 in scholarships and

traditions of sharing in the African-American community and to

grants, and 25 students received $110,100 in low-interest loans. More

expand the models of charitable giving through education and engage-

information about student aid can be found on page 32.

ment. This initiative is led by a group of African-American volunteers who understand the impact that giving has made in the development

GRANTMAKING IN 2005 THE FOUNDATION made more than $20 million in total grants to charitable organizations. The 99 competitive grants awarded totaled $1.9 million. More information about specific grants can be found on page 17.

of our community. Michelle Cook Danny Freeman Florence Corpening Richard Davis

Brenda Diggs Janet Wheeler Rev. Donald Jenkins

ASSET DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE The Asset Development Committee serves in an advisory role to the Foundation regarding the development of new relationships, the strengthening of current relationships, and positioning the Foundation with new community opportunities. Richard Budd David Branch John W. Burress, III Dale E. Driscoll Michael J. Fisher Gordon W. Jenkins Kay Lord Susan W. Mann Deborah S. Marshall

Frank Murphy T. David Neill C. Edward Pleasants, Jr. Elizabeth Quick Randall Tuttle Robert C. Vaughn, Jr. Phil Waugh Janet P. Wheeler

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THE WINSTON-SALEM FOUNDATION COMMITTEE

GENEROUS Serving The community foundation concept that Colonel Francis Fries brought to Winston-Salem in 1919 included a critical role for community leaders. The Foundation’s basic structure remains in force today, with the addition of a professional staff to support day-to-day operations. The Winston-Salem Foundation is fortunate to have an extraordinarily dedicated and generous group of leading citizens on its volunteer committee. S I M P S O N “ S K I P ” O . B R OW N , J R . is founder and

P E G GY C A RT E R is vice president of the Forsyth Medical Center

president/CEO of TriStone Community Bank. He also serves on the

Foundation, where she has responsibilities for general management,

Wake Forest University Board of Trustees and the boards of Second

strategic planning and program development. She chairs the board of

Harvest Food Bank, Chamber of Commerce, Old Hickory Boy

the Winston-Salem State University Foundation and serves on the

Scouts, Arbor Acres, and the Children’s Center. Brown was elected

boards of the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute at

by the Committee in 2005.

UNC – Chapel Hill, United Way of Forsyth County, Winston-Salem Campaign Coordinating Committee, Marshall B Bass Children’s

J O H N W. B U R R E S S , I I I was president of J. W. Burress,

Fund, and Winston-Salem Public Facilities Commission. Carter was

Inc. until he retired in 1997. He serves on the boards of Wake Forest

elected by the Committee in 2005.

University Baptist Medical Center, Summit School, Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust Executive Council, Hospice, and Senior Services, Inc.

G R E G O RY A . C OX is the senior vice president and the city exec-

He has also served on numerous other boards. He was elected to the

utive for Bank of America in Winston-Salem. He is a board member

Committee in 2003 by the Committee.

of the United Way of Forsyth County, the Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce, the Goodwill Business Advisory Council, and chair of

R E N C E C A L L A H A N is vice president and treasurer of Walter

the 2006 Family Services Capital Campaign. Cox is also a volunteer

Robbs Callahan & Pierce Architects. He serves as a board member

coach for youth sports and a volunteer in the public schools. He was

of the Greater Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce, Downtown

appointed to the Committee in 2002 by Bank of America.

Winston-Salem Partnership, LISC, and Hospice. He has also served on many other boards. He was appointed to the Committee in 2002 by the Mayor of Winston-Salem.


LY N N B R E N N E R E I S E N B E R G has expansive volunteer

K AY L O R D retired as executive director/CEO of Habitat for

experience with local, regional, and national organizations over the

Humanity of Forsyth County in 2004 where she spent eight years

past 30 years. Her activities include service on boards with Brenner

helping to increase affordable housing in our community. She has

Children’s Hospital, Summit School, and the Arts Council. Eisenberg

a long history of community involvement, including serving on the

also serves on the Board of Visitors for North Carolina School of the

boards of Old Salem, the Community Care Center, and the Center

Arts. She was appointed to the committee by the senior resident judge

for Homeownership as well as involvement with the Rotary Club of

of the State Judicial District containing Forsyth County in 2003.

Winston-Salem, the Cancer Patient Support Committee at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, and the Wake Forest Alumni

R O B E RT E . G R E E N E is senior executive vice president and

Association. Lord was appointed by the Clerk of Superior Court in 2005.

manager of administration services for BB&T. He also is president of Branch Banking and Trust Company, BB&T Corporation’s North

D R . H A R O L D L E E M A RT I N , S R . is Senior Vice

Carolina subsidiary. Boards on which he serves or has served include

President for Academic Affairs for the University of North Carolina

United Way of Forsyth County, Hospice Foundation of Winston-

System. He serves on many boards, including Blue Cross & Blue

Salem, Board of Visitors at Winston-Salem State University, and

Shield of N.C., the Microelectronics Center of North Carolina, UNC

!dealliance. He was appointed to the Committee by BB&T in 2003.

Press, the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching, the UNC-TV Foundation Board, Winston-Salem Foundation

J . A N D R E W H A N C O C K is president of Frank L. Blum

Committee, Forsyth County United Way, and Wachovia Forsyth

Construction Company. He serves the community in many ways

County Board of Advisors.

including the executive committee of the Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce, president of the Rotary Club of Winston-Salem,

PAU L W I L E S , president and CEO of Novant Health, serves

volunteer for the Samaritan Soup Kitchen, member of Winston-

as a member of numerous boards. These include N.C. Health

Salem/Forsyth County Utility Commission, and board member of

& Wellness Trust Fund Commission, N.C. Health Insurance

Salemtowne, Winston-Salem Business, Winston-Salem Alliance, and

Innovations Commission, NCHA Center for Hospital Quality

Wake Forest University Health Sciences. He was appointed to the

& Patient Safety Advisory Board, UNC School of Public Health

committee by the Board of County Commissioners.

Advisory Council, Wachovia Bank’s Forsyth County Advisory Board, Winston-Salem Alliance, and the N.C. Emerging Technology

J A M E S T. L A M B I E is currently of counsel with the law firm

Alliance. Wiles was elected by the Committee in 2003.

of Bell Davis & Pitt. When he retired from Integon Corporation in September 1997 after a 25 year career, he was president and chief

R A L P H H A N E S WO M B L E retired as chief executive officer

executive officer. Lambie currently serves on advisory boards of

of Hanes Companies in January 2006. He serves on numerous

Winston-Salem Business, Inc.; !dealliance; the James G. Hanes

community boards including North Carolina School of the Arts,

Foundation Board; and the Forsyth County Wachovia Board.

Winston-Salem Millennium Fund, Winston-Salem Alliance,

He was appointed to The Winston-Salem Foundation Committee

Downtown Winston-Salem Partnership, Downtown Arts District

in 2000 by First Union National Bank. He currently serves as Vice-

Association, and Winston-Salem Business Inc. He was appointed

Chairman of the Committee.

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FINANCIAL OVERVIEW COMBINED STATEMENTS OF ASSETS, LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS (MODIFIED CASH BASIS) DECEMBER 31, 2005 AND 2004 ASSETS

2005

2004

Cash and cash equivalents

$60,783,552

$16,478,344

Securities

151,954,707

152,172,294

Student loans

691,317

649,734

Notes

145,033

220,033

12,864,793

13,009,284

5,450,138

5,450,138

RECEIVABLES:

Investment in partnerships Assets held in trust - real estate Building, improvements, and equipment Split interest assets held in trust (Note 1) Other assets

TOTAL ASSETS

984,862

1,004,785

39,476,716

37,478,057

269,872

220,571

$272,620,990

$226,683,240

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS LIABILITIES: Amounts withheld from employees Agency deposits Capitalized lease obligations

$5,292

$3,895

18,140,555

14,589,727

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39,476,716

37,478,057

57,622,563

52,071,679

Discretionary

23,680,736

21,989,861

Field of interest

26,000,641

25,881,499

Scholarship

12,847,143

9,324,004

Student loan

1,587,669

1,520,285

Donor advised

94,506,176

63,684,262

Donor designated

48,802,464

44,848,757

Real estate

5,380,179

5,378,905

Administrative

2,193,419

1,983,988

214,998,427

174,611,561

$272,620,990

$226,683,240

Split interest assets held in trust (Note 1) Total liabilities UNRESTRICTED NET ASSETS:

Total net assets COMMITMENTS (Note 2)

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

Note 1: The Foundation serves as trustee for several charitable remainder trusts and charitable lead trusts. The portion designated for the Foundation was $23,291,589 and $23,233,544 as of December 31, 2005 and 2004, respectively. Note 2: Unpaid grant commitments from endowed funds approved by The Winston-Salem Foundation Committee amounted to $2,714,088 and $1,901,240 at December 31, 2005 and 2004, respectively.


COMBINED STATEMENTS OF ASSETS, LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS (MODIFIED CASH BASIS) DECEMBER 31, 2005 AND 2004 CHANGES IN NET ASSETS

2005

2004

$52,410,181

$20,593,437

4,972,851

3,448,918

Fees assessed on agency deposits

87,846

79,881

Other receipts

58,968

39,539

57,529,846

24,161,775

20,356,664

17,335,387

1,962,414

1,803,498

394,050

363,523

RECEIPTS: Donations and bequests Interest, dividends, and other investment income

Total receipts DISBURSEMENTS: Grants Executive office operations Trustee banks’ and investment management fees Brokerage fees Other disbursements Total disbursements RECEIPTS OVER DISBURSEMENTS BEFORE NET REALIZED AND UNREALIZED GAINS NET REALIZED AND UNREALIZED GAINS INCREASE IN NET ASSETS

72,009

83,997

143,721

187,772

22,928,858

19,774,177

34,600,988

4,387,598

5,785,878

9,529,083

40,386,866

13,916,681

NET ASSETS:

BEGINNING OF YEAR END OF YEAR

174,611,561

160,694,880

$214,998,427

$174,611,561

These numbers do not include the consolidation of two supporting organizations, The Millennium Fund and The Partners for Homeownership, Inc. If you would like a complete copy of the 2005 audited financial statements, please contact J. Todd Slate, Vice President, Finance and Administration at (336) 725-2382, or e-mail your request to todd.slate@wsfoundation.org, or visit our web site at www.wsfoundation.org.

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THE NONPROFIT SECTOR plays a critical role in creating a healthy community in which all people can

flourish. Complementing both the corporate and government sectors, the generous nonprofit sector steps in to care for our people and improve the quality of life for all. Nonprofits reveal the best in people — they bring out the generous spirit that can create a common good.

GRANTS 2005 Types of Grants

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Grant Story ~ Playground Project

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Arts and Culture Grants

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Grant Story ~ Old Town Elementary School

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Education and Recreation Grants

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Grant Story ~ Old Salem Single Brothers Garden

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Health Grants

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Human Services Grants

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Older Adults Grants

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Grant Story ~ Crossing 52 Initiative

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Youth Grants

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Public Interest Grants

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How to Apply for a Grant

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TYPES of Grants IN 2005, THE FOUNDATION AWARDED MORE THAN $20 MILLION in total grants to charitable organizations. The 99 competitive grants awarded totaled $1.9 million.

DISCRETIONARY GRANTS from the Foundation’s unrestricted

DESIGNATED GRANTS ensure long-term annual support from a

and field of interest funds in seven program areas: Arts and Culture,

fund’s income for one or more organizations identified by the donor at

Education and Recreation, Health, Human Services, Older Adults,

the time a designated fund is created.

Public Interest, and Youth. STUDENT AID GRANTS AND LOANS are made through the ADVISED GRANTS connect donors with the power of philanthropy

Foundation’s student aid programs to assist individuals in their post-

to help improve our community by using advised funds and funds that

secondary education.

are advised by committees and others. While IRS regulations require that final grant decisions rest with the Foundation’s Committee, donors’ preferences are considered carefully on awarding grants from these funds.

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PLAYGROUND PROJECT

WORKING TOGETHER — Playing Together The Playground Project received a $20,000 grant in 2005 from the Edna B. Parkin Georges Youth Fund, established by bequest in 1996 to benefit disadvantaged youth. The Project, led by Linda Pass and completed with the help of more than 100 volunteers from the Ardmore neighborhood, provided new playground equipment at Miller and Lockland Parks.

So, last spring I gathered a halfdozen people who were also interested in improving our parks. We held a silent auction and yard sale and accepted

ARDMORE RESIDENT LINDA PASS SHARES THE STORY OF THE GENEROSITY THAT RESTORED THE PARKS.

donations from corporate sponsors. In addition to The Winston-Salem Foundation grant, we raised more than $38,000 and another $10,000 in

ONE REASON I DECIDED to move to the Ardmore neighborhood three years ago was Miller Park. As a single mother, I relished the idea of being able to sit in a shady spot in

equipment donated by Kaplan Early Learning Company. Last October, 60 volunteers worked during the three-day playground equipment installation at the two parks. The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship donated

the park and read a magazine while my daughter — who was three years old at

lunch one day. One generous woman called to say she couldn’t work because she

the time — played with other children. So, one of the first places we headed after

was pregnant but could bring us pizza.

the boxes were unpacked was — you guessed it — Miller Park. Imagine our disappointment when we arrived and found it looking the

The other day, my daughter and I were at Miller Park. Thirty children and their parents were there with us. Sharing the shade. Playing. I’ve heard that the

same way it did 40 years ago when I was a child. Same old slide. Same swings.

same thing has happened at Lockland Park — another neighborhood asset that

The only thing that was different was that there were no children.

is well-loved by the entire city.

This is crazy, I thought to myself. New parks are being built along the

I had a great time working on the project — but it has been more than a

fringes of Winston-Salem but not in town. Parks could be such an asset to the

project. Before it started, I didn’t know any of the core group of people who

neighborhoods.

helped me. Now, they are my good friends.


GRANTS THE FOLLOWING ORGANIZATIONS received discretionary funding in 2005 from the Foundation. These organizations cross cultural, geographic, and racial divides as they serve our community.

ARTS AND CULTURE ORGANIZATION NAME

GRANT AMOUNT

alban elved dance company Associated Artists of Winston-Salem, Inc.

$16,000 $7,500

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

FUND

to fund first-time staff for a third year

Community Arts Fund

to help fund, for a second year, a part-time coordinator for the Community Exhibits program

Community Arts Fund

Crossing 52 Initiative, Inc.

$16,000

to build social capital through a cross-cultural exhibition of art titled ‘Blurring Racial Barriers’ ECHO Fund hosted by SECCA, Delta Fine Arts, Diggs Gallery, Winston-Salem State University, and Salem College

Körner’s Folly Foundation, Inc.

$10,000

to help fund the start-up costs of a gift shop

BB&T Fund

North Carolina School of the Arts

$30,000

to help support the first Magnolia Baroque Festival, a baroque music festival with worldclass performances on original instruments

Samuel A. Harris and Roslyn S. Harris Fund

$7,132

to support the part-time positions of gallery assistant and education program manager for a third year

Samuel A. Harris and Roslyn S. Harris Fund

Piedmont Craftsmen, Inc. Piedmont Opera Theatre, Inc.

$20,000

to help fund the position of director of development and community relations

Algine Foy and Julius Dobson Neely Memorial Fund

Salem Academy and College

$1,000

to help fund performances of ‘Sojourn to Freedom’ during Black History Month

Community Arts Fund

to start a new position of development director

Bess Gray Plumly Fund, General Fund, Community Arts Fund, Vicki Van Liere Helms Art Fund

to help support the costs of the first Triad Juneteenth Festival to mark the freeing of the last enslaved people in the United States

James R. Hankins Fund

to fund personnel increases

James R. Deadrick Fund, Samuel A. Harris, and Roslyn S. Harris Fund

Sawtooth Center for Visual Art

$35,000

Triad Juneteenth Festival Committee

$1,000

Winston-Salem Delta Fine Arts, Inc.

$15,000

Winston-Salem Symphony Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools

$1,000 $875

to help fund a Community Day to welcome the Symphony’s new conductor

D. Elwood Clinard Charitable Trust

for tuition costs for a former student at Mineral Springs Middle School to attend the summer dance program at the North Carolina School of the Arts

Allan M. Hutcherson Fund

GRANTS COMMITTED FROM DISCRETIONARY FUNDS

$160,507

GRANTS COMMITTED FROM DESIGNATED AND AGENCY ENDOWMENT FUNDS

$137,159

GRANTS COMMITTED FROM ADVISED FUNDS

$984,329

TOTAL 2005 GRANTS COMMITTED TO ARTS AND CULTURE

$1,281,995

ECHO Grant

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OLD TOWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

GOING THE Extra Mile In 2005, Old Town Elementary School received a grant of $4,042 from the Sam N. Carter and Pauline H. Carter Fund. The Fund was established in 2000 as a donor-advised fund by the Estate of Pauline H. Carter. Old Town used the money to fund five weeks of the school’s six-week Summer Activities for Encouraging Reading (SAFER) program.

And that’s just a small sampling of the way the community helps our students. A couple of years ago, I introduced the idea of starting a summer reading program that would prevent students from losing what they had learned during the academic year. Dr. Arnold submitted a grant application to The WinstonSalem Foundation, and, through its funding, we were able to begin the SAFER

GINA MCGEE, OLD TOWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHER, TALKS ABOUT HER SAFER EXPERIENCE.

program. “A Journey Around the World” was the first year’s theme. Our kids had a

OUR SCHOOL HAS A REPUTATION for going the extra mile for our stu-

blast. By watching the movie “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” we learned

dents, and that reputation starts with our principal, Dr. Tobie Arnold.

about chocolate from Central and South America. We studied the holidays of

Dr. Arnold cares so much about our children. It is her wonderful example that has led others in the community to give so generously of their time and resources. In fact, since she arrived six years ago, the number of volunteers has grown substantially. Volunteers from the Chamber of Commerce WINGS program work with kindergartners. Members of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church’s Augustine Project help students with reading.

Japan by making paper fish kites and paper dolls for Boy’s and Girl’s Days.


EDUCATION AND RECREATION ORGANIZATION NAME

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

FUND

A. F. Clement Scholarships

GRANT AMOUNT $20,000

for scholarships to assist needy Forsyth County youth

A. F. Clement Fund

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools

$39,615

to acquire an inventory of assistive technology devices for a new Assistive Technology Center

Claire Lockhart Follin-Mace Fund

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools

$4,042

to maintain students’ reading skill level at Old Town Elementary through the Summer Activities for Encouraging Reading (SAFER) program

Sam N. Carter and Pauline H. Carter Fund

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools

$45,000

to support development of the Career Start curriculum for Middle Schools

Robert A. and Constance C. Emken Education Fund, J. C. Tise Fund

YMCA of Northwest North Carolina

$14,000

to staff and purchase materials and books for ‘El Nido’ family literacy program

Jessica T. Fogle Fund

GRANTS COMMITTED FROM DISCRETIONARY FUNDS

$122,657

GRANTS COMMITTED FROM DESIGNATED AND AGENCY ENDOWMENT FUNDS

$786,052.10

GRANTS COMMITTED FROM ADVISED FUNDS

$4,334,019.55

TOTAL 2005 GRANTS COMMITTED TO EDUCATION AND RECREATION

$5,242,728.65

One teacher, whose student participated in the program, raved about the difference she saw in him during his second year in her class. Parents were thrilled and wanted their children to attend again this year. Many did return, causing enrollment to increase from 61 to 75 and the number of days attended each week to increase from one to three. I am like most teachers. I’ve always looked forward to my well-deserved summer break. But, for the past two summers, I haven’t felt for one moment that I was giving up anything by working with the SAFER program. Instead, I’ve felt like I gained the world just by going an extra mile.

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THE SINGLE BROTHERS GARDEN PROJECT

GREEN — the Color of Generosity The Single Brothers Garden, an area close to the Single Brothers House and used in the late 1700s and early 1800s by its residents, was restored with help from a $30,000 grant received in 2004 from the Anne Hanes Willis Fund. In memory of his sister, Frank B. Hanes established the Fund in 1997 to assist landscaping, gardening and beautification in the city when public funding is not available. JOHN LARSON HAS WORKED FOR OLD SALEM 25 YEARS AND CURRENTLY SERVES AS VICE PRESIDENT FOR THE DIVISION OF RESTORATION. HE SPEAKS ABOUT THE GENEROSITY THAT MADE THE RESTORATION OF THE SINGLE BROTHERS GARDEN POSSIBLE.

That’s what happened in Old Salem. Enough people had a vision and were willing to commit their time and resources to realize what needed to be done and do it. They knew that restoring the Single Brothers Garden would move Old Salem forward and — at the same time — enhance the urban environment where it is located. This project converted the site of the old visitor center and more than an acre of paved parking into something that is hard to find in a downtown area: green space. A remarkable amenity in a remarkable urban environment. The vision originated about 20 years ago. The original Visitor Center was

PEOPLE WHO ARE GENEROUS have a vision. They are willing to explore.

demolished in April 2004. The restored gardens were opened in May 2005 and

Commit their resources of time or money to something that may be a little differ-

the vision became reality.

ent. Something that may move life to a higher level. That kind of vision, energy, and endorsement motivates. Allows things to happen. One person’s generosity will open the door for somebody else.

During the yearlong project, we researched the original gardens. Brought in new soil. Installed terracing, fencing, walkways and irrigation. Then, what we had all been waiting for — we replanted the garden.


HEALTH ORGANIZATION NAME

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

FUND

Applied Behavior Analysis Center of North Carolina

GRANT AMOUNT $30,000

to help fund a full-time behavioral psychologist to work with children with autism

Harriet Taylor Flynt Fund, Craven Family Fund, Edward S. and Barbara T. Beason Advised Fund

Mental Health Association in Forsyth County, Inc.

$10,000

to support a mental-health awareness initiative targeting primary-care physicians and their staffs

Harriet Taylor Flynt Fund

National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Central N.C. Chapter

$15,000

to fund materials and professional services for outreach to physicians, their staff and the general public

Claire Lockhart Follin-Mace Fund

Wake Forest University Health Sciences

$30,000

to help fund a Health Ministry Institute

John W. and Alice Rose Alspaugh Memorial Funds

Wake Forest University Health Sciences

$35,000

to support group therapy and parent and community-based outreach at Amos Cottage for a fourth year

Harriet Taylor Flynt Fund, Mary Neil Henderson Rice Fund

GRANTS COMMITTED FROM DISCRETIONARY FUNDS

$120,000

GRANTS COMMITTED FROM DESIGNATED AND AGENCY ENDOWMENT FUNDS

$514,198.20

GRANTS COMMITTED FROM ADVISED FUNDS

$1,372,289.57

TOTAL 2005 GRANTS COMMITTED TO HEALTH

$2,006,488.07

Generous giving to fund the project totaled $340,374, including the lead gift of $100,000 from the Garden Club Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County and another $100,000 from the Old Salem Residents Association. But generosity didn’t stop with money. Local garden clubs worked in the gardens. Old Salem residents worked. The Old Salem Landscape Committee, led by the late Flora Ann Bynum, gave and gave and gave. They all shared the vision. Their generosity made it a reality.

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HUMAN SERVICES ORGANIZATION NAME

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

FUND

Bethesda Center for the Homeless, Inc.

GRANT AMOUNT $75,000

to fund the renovation and expansion of the Center through the capital campaign

Fenwick-Rice Fund, Albert L. Butler, Jr. Fund, Etta Mae Pope Trust, General Fund, Stokes Ivey and Orpha Marie Leonard Pope Family Trust, Isabel McRae Fund, William N. Hailey Fund

Catholic Social Services

$40,000

to help support the salary and benefits of a full-time Spanish-speaking counselor

Twin City Hospital Funds, Margaret W. Parker Fund, Sam N. Carter and Pauline H. Carter Fund

$200,000

to help build the principal of the The Children’s Center Fund, an endowment fund at The Winston-Salem Foundation

Claire Lockhart Follin-Mace Fund

Children’s Center for the Physically Disabled Children’s Home, Inc.

$10,000

to care for horses

Edna B. Parkin Georges Animal Fund

Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Forsyth County

$34,500

to hire a bilingual counselor for the Center for Home Ownership to provide housing counseling, homebuyer education and marketing and outreach in the Hispanic community

Barbara Lasater Hanes Fund, Richard E. Ashburn Trust

Crisis Control Ministry

$15,000

to purchase equipment for the Client Choice Food Pantry

Wachovia Bank of North Carolina Fund, John Alexander McClung, DDS, FACD Trust, Fenwick-Rice Fund

Disability Advocates of Northwest North Carolina, Inc.

$25,000

to continue to build organizational capacity by providing staffing, development assistance, and matching funds for contributions

Harriet Taylor Flynt Fund

Enrichment Center

$11,668

to add a digital photography and graphic design class to the visual arts program

Eugene and Iola Daniels Memorial Trust Fund for the Mentally Handicapped

Exchange Club Child Abuse Prevention Center of North Carolina (SCAN)

$25,000

to support parenting classes, especially within faith-based institutions

John W. and Celeste T. Alspaugh Memorial Trust

to continue the small fund that expedites assistance to clients who have been victimized by crime

Chrissy Gallaher Victim’s Assistance Fund

Family Services, Inc.

$3,000

Forsyth Adolescent Health Coalition

$10,000

to fund a planning process for a facility for homeless teen mothers and their children

Camp Robert Vaughn Fund

Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth County, Inc.

$66,000

to build social capital by bringing people of diverse backgrounds together to build Habitat homes in Forsyth County

ECHO Fund

Horizons Residential Care Center

$20,000

to provide an emergency grant to replace the air-conditioning system

Eugene and Iola Daniels Memorial Trust Fund for the Mentally Handicapped

to provide funds, for a second year, to redistribute to Forsyth County organizations working with residents with intellectual disability

Eugene and Iola Daniels Memorial Trust Fund for the Mentally Handicapped

Lamb Foundation of N.C., Inc.

$1,500

Legal Aid Society of Northwest North Carolina

$5,400

Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods

$300

to fund the expansion of the Immigrant Outreach Project

Laura Phail Advised Fund, Bess Gray Plumly Fund

to help a victim of crime purchase medical supplies

Chrissy Gallaher Victim’s Assistance Fund

Next Step Ministries, Inc.

$12,000

to assist with the salary of the executive director

Marcus Lew Davis Memorial Fund, Victor I. Flow, Jr. Family Fund, Richard E. Ashburn Trust, Franklin Cromer Cordell Fund, Anonymous Trust #2

Northwest Piedmont Council of Governments

$53,970

to help fund, for a second year, Project Re-entry, a program that provides support services to ex-offenders returning to the community from prison

D. Elwood and Helen H. Clinard Fund, Douglas Sean Toole Trust, James A. Gray Family Fund, Robert G. Auchincloss Fund, William and Allan Hollan Charitable Fund, Margaret Scales and Graydon Pleasants Advised Fund

Redeemer Presbyterian Church

to help an individual victim of violence purchase orthopedic shoes

Chrissy Gallaher Victim’s Assistance Fund

Riverwood Therapeutic Riding Center

$23,000

to fund a portion of the executive director’s salary and to fund, for a second year, the position of a part-time business manager/volunteer coordinator and regular horse health-care costs

Edna B. Parkin Georges Animal Fund, Claire Lockhart FollinMace Fund

Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina, Inc.

$50,000

to help fund the construction of the Triad Community Kitchen

John W. and Alice Rose Alspaugh Memorial Funds, Sam N. Carter and Pauline H. Carter Fund

Human Services Grants ~ continued on next page

$150

ECHO Grant


Human Services Grants ~ continued from previous page ORGANIZATION NAME

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

FUND

$6,000

to support the new position of volunteer coordinator for a second year

Eugene and Iola Daniels Memorial Trust Fund for the Mentally Handicapped

Winston-Salem Industries for the Blind

$50,000

to help fund a multi-purpose meeting area and transportation for the blind and visually impaired

Claire Lockhart Follin-Mace Fund

YMCA of Northwest North Carolina

$10,000

to build social capital by funding a mentoring program for Hispanic families

Special Children’s School

GRANT AMOUNT

J. C. Tise Fund, J. Frank and Mary S. Mock Fund

GRANTS COMMITTED FROM DISCRETIONARY FUNDS

$747,488

GRANTS COMMITTED FROM DESIGNATED AND AGENCY ENDOWMENT FUNDS

$350,140.10

GRANTS COMMITTED FROM ADVISED FUNDS

$2,499,750.49

TOTAL 2005 GRANTS COMMITTED TO HUMAN SERVICES

$3,597,378.59

OLDER ADULTS ORGANIZATION NAME

GRANT AMOUNT

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

FUND

Mt. Zion Baptist Church

$12,000

to pay for dental and podiatry care for participants at the Senior Life Enrichment Center

Otis B. and Genevieve Parrish Fund

Senior Services, Inc.

$99,443

to provide nutritious food to homebound older adults

Sturmer Samaritan Fund, Harriet Taylor Flynt Fund

Shepherd’s Center of Greater Winston-Salem

$33,000

to help fund the position of a part-time case manager for the Faith in Action Care Program

Otis B. and Genevieve Parrish Fund, Harriet Taylor Flynt Fund, Martha Albertson Fund

GRANTS COMMITTED FROM DISCRETIONARY FUNDS

$144,443

GRANTS COMMITTED FROM DESIGNATED AND AGENCY ENDOWMENT FUNDS

$123,841.26

GRANTS COMMITTED FROM ADVISED FUNDS

$487,815.15

TOTAL 2005 GRANTS COMMITTED TO OLDER ADULTS

$756,099.41

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CROSSING 52 INITIATIVE, INC.

BLURRING Racial Barriers Crossing 52 Initiative, Inc. received a $16,000 grant in 2005 from The ECHO Fund and the Ann and Clay Ring Fund. In 1997, the Ann and Clay Ring Fund was established as an unrestricted fund. Crossing 52 created social capital through a cross-cultural exhibition of art titled “Blurring Racial Barriers.” Hosted by SECCA, Delta Fine Arts, Diggs Gallery at Winston-Salem State University, and Salem College, it featured more than 200 artists and involved joint marketing and audience participation. PRINTMAKER AND BOOK ARTIST TERRY SCHUPBACH-GORDON AND HER HUSBAND, PHOTOGRAPHER AND PRINTMAKER TOBY GORDON, LIVE IN WINSTON-SALEM AND EXHIBIT THEIR WORK NATIONALLY. TERRY TALKS ABOUT THE COMMUNITY COOPERATION AND COLLABORATION DEMONSTRATED IN “BLURRING RACIAL BARRIERS.”

The show took four galleries and turned each one upside-down. People who normally gravitated to SECCA, for instance, visited three new galleries. And by doing that, they crossed the entire spectrum of ways of looking at art. Discussions between races will continue. We are now aware of new perspectives. People from all walks of life want racial barriers blurred. People who cared deeply about racial issues saw them from many different viewpoints — through

TRADITIONALLY, WE THINK OF GENEROSITY as giving to someone

the eyes of the artists. Racism has a special relevance to this area because of our

who doesn’t have much. Someone less fortunate.

history. But the world is changing, and this project gave artists an opportunity to

“Blurring Racial Barriers” exhibited another kind of generosity — a generosity that gave people the opportunity to give and take equally, to share each

say, “This is important to me.” Through this project people also have learned that the arts community is

other’s experiences. The project was about giving back to the community and

larger than one venue. Art does one thing — transfer one human experience to

asking the community to give something it hasn’t given before.

another human being’s heart. And that’s essential for the world to change. The

The project asked people on all sides of the issue of race to be their best — to be all they can be.

arts are revolutionary. They change the human heart. And that’s what this exhibit did.


YOUTH ORGANIZATION NAME A+ Dancers Booster Club

GRANT AMOUNT $1,000

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

FUND

to send the advanced performing troupe to Raleigh for the Middle School Arts Festival

Youth Activities Fund Youth Activities Fund

Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts of America - Troop 844

$750

to help fund a trip to Cape Hatteras for the troop

Coalition for Drug Abuse Prevention

$800

to help fund the Youth Awareness Fair at Hanes Mall

Isabel McRae Fund

to continue support for a development program for a fourth year

J. C. Tise Fund

Crosby Scholars Community Partnership

$25,000

Girl Scout Troop #359

$750

to fund a trip to Savannah, Georgia, to visit the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, founder of the Girl Scouts

Youth Activities Fund

Greater Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce Foundation

$500

to help fund the third Annual Egg Drop Competition

Youth Activities Fund

Kappa Magic Youth Basketball

$750

to help fund the cost of the age-14-and-under basketball team to attend the USSSA national tournament in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Youth Activities Fund

Kappa Magic Youth Basketball

$250

to help fund the travel expenses of low-income players of the Twin City Panthers to attend the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) National Basketball Tournament

Youth Activities Fund

L.F.D.C. Ministries, Inc.

to fund a music camp for underprivileged families

Youth Activities Fund

$1,000

to provide monetary awards to middle school students participating in the art exhibit ‘Creative Expressions Linking to Racial Harmony’

BB&T Fund

North Carolina 4-H Development Fund

$20,000

to provide 4-H camp programs for high-achieving, low-resource middle school youth from Forsyth, Stokes, Surry, or Yadkin Counties

John A. and Marguerite B. Taylor Fund, Edward S. and Barbara T. Beason Advised Fund

Playground Project

$20,000

to purchase and install playground equipment in Miller and Lockland Parks using community volunteers.

Edna B. Parkin Georges Youth Fund

to help fund the Happy Feet program, which buys new shoes for school children

Emma Jane Skinner Fund

Links, Inc.

Salvation Army

$250

$6,000

South Fork Panthers

$500

to help fund expenses for the junior midget cheerleaders in the national tournament

Youth Activities Fund

The Salisbury Kings

$300

to help fund the cost of a Forsyth County youth’s participation when the team attended the Youth Basketball of America national championship tournament in Tampa, Florida

Youth Activities Fund

Tri-City Relays Track Club

$750

to fund the team’s travel expenses, lodging, food, gas, and participation in the Junior Olympics in New Orleans in August

Youth Activities Fund

Winston Lake Jazzy Jumpers

$750

to help fund the team’s competition in the 2005 Junior Olympics in New Orleans

Youth Activities Fund

to partially fund the second year of the director of operations (business manager) position

Samuel A. Harris and Roslyn S. Harris Fund

to help fund travel expenses to Florida for the midget cheerleaders to participate in a national tournament

Youth Activities Fund

Winston-Salem Children’s Chorus

$12,000

Winston-Salem Falcons

$750

Winston-Salem Indians

$1,000

to help fund the cheerleaders’ participation in the national competition

Youth Activities Fund

Winston-Salem Indians

$1,000

to help fund travel expenses for 2005 regional and national competitions

Youth Activities Fund

Winston-Salem T.I.C.K.S. Basketball

$1,000

to help fund travel to Lexington, Kentucky, to compete in the Division II National AAU Boys Basketball Tournament

Youth Activities Fund

to fund a part-time business manager position

Samuel A. Harris and Roslyn S. Harris Fund Allan M. Hutcherson Fund

Winston-Salem Youth Orchestras

$20,000

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools

$1,000

to help fund the BioSummer program at Wake Forest University to provide opportunities for youth to learn about the field of biotechnology

YWCA of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County

$1,000

to involve youth at the Empowering Family Center in art activities to brighten the Center

Mae W. Hubbard Trust

GRANTS COMMITTED FROM DISCRETIONARY FUNDS

$117,100

GRANTS COMMITTED FROM DESIGNATED AND AGENCY ENDOWMENT FUNDS

$219,921.76

GRANTS COMMITTED FROM ADVISED FUNDS

$1,585,600.90

TOTAL 2005 GRANTS COMMITTED TO YOUTH

$1,922,622.66

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PUBLIC INTEREST ORGANIZATION NAME Coalition of Young Leaders Darryl Hunt Project for Freedom and Justice ECHO Awards

GRANT AMOUNT $2,500 $20,000 $5,000

ECHO Council Volunteer Center

$30,000

Forsyth Council for Children and Families

$10,000

Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office

$7,500

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

FUND

to fund, for a second year, the promotion of a centralized web-based database of volunteer opportunities in Forsyth County

Thomas R. and Georgia L. Pepper Family Fund

to help provide information and support regarding innocence and rebuilding the lives of incarcerated individuals

R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company Fund, Warren David Ashburn Fund, Hugh E. Bynum, Jr. and Elizabeth H. Bynum Memorial Fund

to fund the ECHO Awards to individuals and organizations that build social capital

Henry M. Carter, Jr. Fund, ECHO Fund

to build social capital by hiring an independent consultant to coordinate further planning of a center to promote volunteerism

ECHO Fund

for annual operating support

John W. and Celeste T. Alspaugh Memorial Trust

to fund leadership training for Command Staff

Rufus W. Dalton Trust

Forsyth Humane Society, Inc.

$10,000

to expand the community outreach education program

Edna B. Parkin Georges Animal Fund

Goler-Depot Street Renaissance Community Development Corporation

$33,000

to support existing staff positions for a fifth year

D. Elwood Clinard Charitable Trust, Craven Family Fund

Greater Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce Foundation

$20,000

to fund a portion of the 2005 Economic Opportunities Project, a community task force to ensure local benefits from the building of the Dell facility in Forsyth County

Robert E. Lasater Endowment Fund

Leadership Winston-Salem

$15,000

to support the development of a redesigned leadership program

Nancy T. Pleasants Community Development Fund, Hugh E. Bynum, Jr. and Elizabeth H. Bynum Memorial Fund

Liberty Community Development Corporation

$40,000

to fund operational expenses, capacity building, and program development for a fourth year

General Fund

Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods

$57,500

for general operating support for 2005-2006

Barbara Lasater Hanes Fund, Robert E. Lasater Endowment Fund, Samuel and Elizabeth Rose Fund, Warren David Ashburn Fund

Nonprofit Connections

$25,000

North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service, Forsyth County Center

$7,500

to help fund a part-time director position over two years

Samuel and Elizabeth Rose Fund

to continue funding the restoration of the Arboretum at Tanglewood Park

Anne Hanes Willis Fund

Rufus Dalton Awards

$12,848

to award the Rufus Dalton Award to three officers who were injured in the line of duty and to the family of one officer who was killed in the line of duty

Rufus W. Dalton Trust

Southern Environmental Law Center

$20,000

to help fund a multi-year project to improve air quality, protect residents’ health, and steer smarter growth decisions in the Piedmont Triad area

Frank E. Llewellyn Fund

Town of Bethania

$10,000

to fund landscaping of the Visitors Center

Anne Hanes Willis Fund, Nelson and Dorothy Tomlinson Fund

Wake Forest University Health Sciences

$75,000

to build social capital by supporting the work of the ECHO Council

ECHO Fund

Winston-Salem Foundation Award

$20,000

for the 2005 Winston-Salem Foundation Awards

James R. Hankins Fund

Winston-Salem Neighborhood Alliance

$15,000

to study the preservation and maintenance of the tree canopy in Forsyth County

Louise Futrell Fund, Louise and Sam Adams Community Fund, Charles E. Norfleet Memorial Fund, James R. Deadrick Fund

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ECHO Grant


Public Interest Grants ~ continued from previous page ORGANIZATION NAME

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

FUND

Winston-Salem Optimist Club

GRANT AMOUNT $25,000

to fund a child identification program in Forsyth County

Howard Gray Endowment, Thomas H. Davis Trust, Camp Robert Vaughn Fund

Winston-Salem Police Department

$10,000

to help fund responsibility training for Rufus Dalton agencies

Rufus W. Dalton Trust

Winston-Salem Police Department

$12,000

to support morale-building activities and to pay for medical and psychiatric services for department personnel

Winston-Salem Police Benefit Fund

GRANTS COMMITTED FROM DISCRETIONARY FUNDS

$482,848

GRANTS COMMITTED FROM DESIGNATED AND AGENCY ENDOWMENT FUNDS

$84,929.91

GRANTS COMMITTED FROM ADVISED FUNDS

$1,206,735.77

TOTAL 2005 GRANTS COMMITTED TO PUBLIC INTEREST

$1,773,513.68

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HOW TO APPLY for a Grant THE WINSTON-SALEM FOUNDATION EXISTS TO MAKE PHILANTHROPY AND ITS BENEFITS AVAILABLE TO ALL. OUR ABILITY TO ACHIEVE THIS MISSION DEPENDS UPON OUR COMMITMENT TO GENEROSITY, INCLUSION, INTEGRITY, AND EXCELLENCE. WE VALUE: — The strengths and assets of community residents

or promote a particular faith (please request our policy on grants to faith-based organizations for more information)

— Lasting bonds of trust and cooperation that increase social capital — The contributions of individuals from diverse backgrounds and perspectives

WE MAKE OCCASIONAL GRANTS: — To capital campaigns in support of local facilities when the facilities will serve a wide cross-section of community members (please consult

The Foundation makes grants to charitable organizations serving the greater

the Capital Campaign Coordinating Committee for campaigns with a

Forsyth County area of North Carolina through a competitive grants process.

local fundraising goal of $500,000 or more)

Final grant decisions rest with our volunteer governing board, The Winston-

— For equipment and special events, although these are a low priority

Salem Foundation Committee.

— To match donations that help build agency endowments, if the organization is planning to place the endowment at The Winston-

We make grants for a wide range of charitable purposes in areas including, but

Salem Foundation (please request our policy for the Endowment

not limited to, arts and culture, education, health, human services, community

Matching Grant Program).

development, domestic animals, and building social capital.* The Foundation’s funding priorities may vary based on current initiatives, THE FOUNDATION DOES NOT AWARD COMPETITIVE GRANTS TO SUPPORT THE FOLLOWING:

economic conditions, and grantmaking funds available.

— Individuals

* The Foundation defines social capital as connections among people, based on trust, which

— Long-term operating support

enhance cooperation for mutual benefit. Social capital is built when people of all races, classes,

— Projects that would ordinarily receive public funding — Religious activities that serve only the members of a single congregation

ages, and interests join together to work toward the improvement of a community. Communities where social capital is high are most successful in all measures of community well-being.


HOW TO APPLY FOR A COMPETITIVE GRANT:

OTHER GRANT PROGRAMS:

To receive specific guidelines for submitting a grant application, please

The Foundation administers a variety of grant programs in addition to the

visit www.wsfoundation.org

Forsyth County competitive process. Many of these additional grant programs

— E-mail grants@wsfoundation.org and request the preliminary

have separate procedures.

application be e-mailed to you — Call the Foundation at 725-2382 and request the guidelines be mailed to you

SPECIAL GRANT PROGRAMS: — Youth Activities Fund — Elkin/Tri-County Regional Grants

To request a competitive grant from the Foundation, the first step it to submit a

— Bill Johnson Trust to Benefit Stokes County Grants

Preliminary Application. Preliminary Applications will be accepted on the first of

— Booke Teaching Awards

each month starting November 1, 2006. The Foundation will contact you within

— C.B. Eller Teaching Awards for Wilkes County

30 days as to whether your Preliminary Application qualifies you to submit a full application.

For more information on these programs, please contact a Foundation Grants and Programs staff member, or go to www.wsfoundation.org and select Grant

THE FOUNDATION IS PARTICULARLY INTERESTED IN THESE

Seekers from the web site’s main page.

ASPECTS OF SOCIAL CAPITAL: — Broadening and diversifying leadership and engagement — Increasing trust, especially across lines of difference — Encouraging people to do more with others rather than for others

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HOW TO APPLY for Student Aid THE STUDENT AID PROGRAM of The Winston-Salem Foundation is designed to help students

and their families bridge the gap between what they can supply, what scholarship funds or other loans are available, and actual education and related costs.

STUDENT AID How to Apply for Student Aid

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Student Aid Story ~ Allison Louise Harris

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Priority is given to students who have shown that they and their families wish to help themselves and have planned for the future. The Foundation has over 90 Student Aid funds and each fund has its own guidelines. The minimum cumulative GPA to be eligible for the Foundation’s need-based Student Aid funds is 2.0. The minimum GPA varies for merit-based funds.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE? Detailed eligibility criteria for student aid funds are also available on The Winston-Salem Foundation’s web site.

HOW DO YOU APPLY? — Go to the Foundation’s web site at www.wsfoundation.org for an application and details. — Applications may be submitted beginning in January each year for the

SOME GENERAL CRITERIA ARE AS FOLLOWS: — Bona fide residents of Forsyth County may be considered for educational grants, scholarships, or loans. — Bona fide residents of Davie, Davidson, Surry, Stokes, and Yadkin counties may be considered for educational loans. — Bona fide residents of Davie, Davidson, Surry, Stokes, Wilkes, and

following academic year; many applications require electronic submittal. — You must submit all supplemental materials, including a $20 application fee, before your application is considered complete. — Upon notification, call for an interview to review the application and Student Aid Program. — Applications are reviewed by the Foundation’s Student Aid Committee

Yadkin counties may be considered for a limited number of educational

at one of its scheduled spring or summer meetings. Applicants are

grants and scholarships that have specific restrictions such as area of

informed of decisions as soon as possible thereafter.

study or college of choice.

— Educational aid commitments are made for one year per application.

— Students may be eligible for up to $2500 in grant aid for an academic year and up to $5000 in loan aid for an academic year; cumulative aid amounts also apply over the course of an individual’s college career.

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ALLISON LOUISE HARRIS

MAKING DREAMS Come True Alison Louise Harris was one of three recipients of the Dean Prim Scholarship during all four of her years at Spelman College in Atlanta. She was chosen for the Scholarship because she demonstrated excellence in schoolwork, athletics, and extracurricular school, community and church activities; financial need; and good character and concern for society. Alison graduated cum laude from Spelman in May 2006 and plans to complete a master’s degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education in 2007.

I made my application. Went through the interview process. And my dream came true. The Foundation’s generosity allowed me to focus on my Spelman education and not finances. Instead of worrying about money I broadened my horizons in ways I never

ALISON SHARES HER THOUGHTS ABOUT HOW THE SCHOLARSHIP HELPED HER SUCCEED IN COLLEGE.

knew possible. For four years, including two summers, I participated in 10 hours a week of community service through the Bonner Scholars Program.

AS A VERY LITTLE GIRL, I had a dream — a dream of a pursuing a solid

One of the highlights of my community service was tutoring and mentoring

educational foundation while broadening my horizons beyond Kernersville,

students at West End Academy Performance Learning Center, an alternative

North Carolina. The older I grew, the more convinced I was that I could accom-

high school in Atlanta. I connected with kids who had failed in the public

plish both at Spelman College in Atlanta.

school system — kids whose experience was vastly different from mine. And in

The problem was that Spelman, a private school for African-American women, is very expensive, and I didn’t have the resources to attend — to make my dream a reality.

the process, I developed my belief that no matter what his or her background, each student deserves a solid education. Making that happen has become my passion. Close connections with at-risk youth have made me even more appreciative

Thanks to the generosity of others, I didn’t have to give up.

of my own opportunities and have shaped another dream — to work with urban

It was simple. I shared my hopes of attending Spelman with an advisor in

students to ensure they get the education they need and deserve.

the Crosby Scholars Program I had enjoyed since middle school. That person suggested I apply for The Winston-Salem Foundation’s Dean Prim Scholarship.

To ensure they, too, can see their dreams come true.


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FUNDS AND DONORS Types of Funds

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Non-Endowed Advised Funds

54

Unrestricted and Field of Interest Funds

39

Donor Story ~ The Perry Family

58

Advised Funds

43

Temporary and Special Funds

59

Donor Story ~ Zack H. Bacon IV Scholarship Fund

44

Charitable Lead Trusts Trusteed by The Winston-Salem Foundation

60

Donor Story ~ Earlene heath King Fund

46

Charitable Remainder Trusts Trusteed by The Winston-Salem Foundation

60

Designated and Agency Funds

48

The Legacy Society

61

Student Aid Funds

50

Donors

64

Donor Story ~ W. T. and Mary Cobb Jenkins Family Fund

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Book of Memory

77

Real Estate Funds

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GENEROUS GIFTS from thousands of individuals, judiciously managed by the Foundation, have grown to assets of $270 million as of December 31, 2005. Partners in Davidson, Davie, Forsyth, Stokes, Surry, Yadkin, and Wilkes counties continue to grow grantmaking possibilities in the region.

THE TYPES OF FUNDS and the grants they support are as varied as the

stricted gift to the Foundation goes toward competitive grants, not operating

generous people who make them possible. Separate named funds are established

costs for the Foundation, and is used to thoughtfully and strategically respond

by donors either in their wills or trusts or with regular lifetime contributions.

to community neeeds.

Knowing they cannot predict the community’s needs far into the future, many

FOR MORE INFORMATION on how you and your family can leave a legacy

donors demonstrate the ultimate in generosity and give the Foundation the

to your community through The Winston-Salem Foundation, please contact a

discretion to direct grants from unrestricted funds they establish. Every unre-

member of the Donor Services Team at (336) 725-2382.

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TYPES of Funds THE WINSTON-SALEM FOUNDATION as of December 31, 2005, administered over 1,000 charitable funds that serve a variety of charitable purposes. To give donors the most flexibility, the Foundation offers nine different types of funds. Endowed funds provide support for present and future needs in perpetuity with the principal invested and the income used for grants. Non-endowed funds enable donors to make grants from the principal of the fund.

UNRESTRICTED FUNDS (endowed) offer the broadest option for your chari-

STUDENT AID FUNDS (endowed) provide students with the resources to

table giving. Income from these funds will be used to meet the changing needs of

pursue their academic goals. Donors may establish funds to support students

our community over time.

from a particular high school, church, or county, who attend a specific college or university.

FIELD OF INTEREST FUNDS (endowed) allow donors the opportunity to provide support within a broad area (i.e., children, senior adults, arts, etc.)

REAL ESTATE FUNDS (endowed) are properties designated for a charitable use and titled in the Foundation’s name. The Foundation has continuing over-

ADVISED FUNDS (endowed) enable up to two family generations of donors

sight of the use and care of the property as well as responsibility for disposition

to make charitable grant recommendations. The Foundation staff can assist

should the designated use become impractical or undesirable.

donors with background on charities or help to identify pressing community needs. These funds are a convenient method of simplifying charitable giving and

NON-ENDOWED ADVISED FUNDS (non-endowed) give donors the choice

are an attractive alternative to a private foundation.

of making grant recommendations from the principal of their fund. Because of the simplicity and efficiency of these funds, many donors use them for annual

DESIGNATED FUNDS (endowed) are established by donors who wish to pro-

charitable-giving purposes.

vide annual support to specific charities. Should the organization(s) cease to exist, the Foundation has the responsibility to ensure a donor’s original intent is met.

TEMPORARY FUNDS (non-endowed) give the Foundation the ability to hold a limited number of funds for organizations for charitable short-term projects.

AGENCY FUNDS (endowed) can be established by charitable organizations. The agency benefits from the Foundation’s professional investment management

For more information on how you and your family can leave a legacy to your

administration, and this allows the agency staff and board to focus on providing

community through The Winston-Salem Foundation, please contact a member

the necessary services to its constituents.

of the Donor Services Team at (336) 725-2382.


LIST OF FUNDS

ENDOWED Funds UNRESTRICTED AND FIELD OF INTEREST FUNDS UNRESTRICTED FUNDS offer the broadest option for charitable giving. Income from these funds is used to make grants to meet the changing needs of our community over time. FIELD OF INTEREST FUNDS make grants to specified areas of interest designated by their donors. FUND

DATE ESTABLISHED

R. Worth Allen Fund

2005

Established by Mrs. Atha Allen in 1989 in memory of her husband, and moved to an unrestricted endowed fund upon her death

Ava Gardner Fund

2005

Established by the Ava Gardner Trust

Earline heath King Fund

2005

Established to support art and art-related endeavors of the Foundation within North Carolina

Pfafftown Jaycees Community Fund

2005

Established by the Pfafftown Jaycees

Donna Germain Rader and Martin H. Rader Fund

2005

Established to honor the memory of Donna Rader’s parents, Owen E. Germain and Emilie Drapalski Germain

Robert Edwin Taylor and Margaret Long Taylor Memorial Fund

2005

Established with the remainder of the Margaret Long Taylor Charitable Remainder Unitrust

Spencer and Nell Waggoner Charitable Fund-Unrestricted

2005

Established through the estate of Nell Kerns Waggoner

FUND

DATE ESTABLISHED

Lena Albright Memorial Fund

1979

Established by family and friends for organizations that provide comfort and benefit to those suffering from cancer, especially leukemia

John W. and Alice Rose Alspaugh Memorial Funds

1964

Established by bequest by John W. Alspaugh to provide health care to underprivileged people

John Wesley Alspaugh and Celeste Tucker Alspaugh Memorial Trust 1964

Established by bequest by John W. Alspaugh in memory of his parents, the fund supports programs for disadvantaged youth

Anonymous Trust #2

1999

Established by an anonymous donor as an unrestricted fund

Richard E. Ashburn Trust

2002

Established by bequest as an unrestricted fund

Warren David Ashburn Fund

1968

Established for charitable purposes of the Foundation

Mary Reynolds Babcock Cultural Improvement Fund

1950

Established for grants and loans to cultural and arts groups in the community

Nancy R. Baity Trust

2000

Established in memory of her husband Ira W. Baity, Jr. to support programs for disadvantaged children and youth

Bank of AmericaFund

1995

Established as an unrestricted fund in honor of the Foundation’s 75th Anniversary

BB&T Fund

1994

Established as an unrestricted fund in honor of the Foundation’s 75th Anniversary

Lila Church Bradford Memorial Fund

1999

Established as an unrestricted fund

Albert L. Butler, Jr. Fund

1997

Established by the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust in memory of Mr. Butler for the poor and needy

Hugh E. Bynum, Jr. and Elizabeth H. Bynum Memorial Fund

2000

Established by the estate as an unrestricted fund

Carolina Steel Endowment Fund

1988

Established as an unrestricted fund to support worthy public purposes

Henry M. Carter, Jr. Fund

1997

Established by friends of Mr. Carter at his retirement as president of The Winston-Salem Foundation as an unrestricted fund

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Unrestricted and Field of Interest Funds ~ continued from previous page FUND

DATE ESTABLISHED

A. F. Clement Trust Fund

1971

D. Elwood Clinard Charitable Trust

1974

Established by bequest to provide funds for education of orphans and other Forsyth County youth Established as an unrestricted fund by D. Elwood Clinard, Jr. in memory of his father

Community Arts Fund

1985

Established to support programs of arts organizations

Franklin Cromer Cordell Fund

1994

Established by family and friends to support programs that assist individuals who suffer from substance abuse problems

Rufus W. Dalton Trust

1983

Established by bequest to assist injured law enforcement officers and the spouses and children of officers killed in the performance of their duties.

Eugene and Iola Daniels Memorial Trust Fund for the Mentally Handicapped

1998

Established by the estate of Bobby A. Daniels to benefit mentally handicapped people of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County, North Carolina

Thomas H. Davis Trust

1992

Established with special emphasis on programs for youth

Marcus Lew Davis Memorial Fund

2004

Established as an unrestricted fund by Mr. G. Franklin Davis in memory of his son

James R. Deadrick Fund

1989

Established by bequest as an unrestricted fund

Marian G. and Charles W. DeBell Trust

2001

Established as an unrestricted fund

Robert A. and Constance C. Emken Education Fund

2000

Established to support educational programs

Fenwick-Rice Fund

2004

Established from the combination of the Ron and Muriel Rice Fund and the Elizabeth Fenwick Fund for the Downtown Church Center to support the homeless, elderly, children, and the underserved in the community

Victor I. Flow, Jr. Family Fund

2000

Established by Mr. and Mrs. Victor I. Flow, Jr. as an unrestricted fund

Harriet Taylor Flynt Fund

1998

Established by bequest to benefit the handicapped, the elderly, or others with disabilities

Jessica T. Fogle Fund

1964

Established by bequest to support the education and development of North Carolina children

Claire Lockhart Follin-Mace Fund

1991

Established by family and friends to benefit physically disabled individuals in North Carolina

Louise Futrell Fund

1991

Established by bequest as an unrestricted fund

Chrissy Gallaher Victim’s Assistance Fund

1992

Established in honor of Chrissy Gallaher by family and friends for victims of violent crimes

General Endowment Fund

1919

Established by Col. F. H. Fries, this fund receives contributions from the general public and annual income from the Senah C. and C. A. Kent Foundation; component funds are Almeta Glenn Watson Estate, Hall Alexander Payne, Cooper D. Cass, and Glennie Miller-Hall funds

Edna B. Parkin Georges Animal Fund

1996

Established by bequest as a special-purpose fund to benefit domestic animals

Edna B. Parkin Georges Youth Fund

1996

Established by bequest to benefit disadvantaged youth

Vera Goldberg Memorial Fund

1998

Established by Milton Goldberg in memory of his wife as an unrestricted fund

Joseph G. Gordon Fund

1997

Established by the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation in memory of Dr. Gordon to benefit disadvantaged youth

James A. Gray Family Fund

1989

Established as an advised fund, then converted to unrestricted at Mr. Gray’s death

Howard Gray Endowment

1987

Established as an unrestricted fund

William N. Hailey Fund

2004

Established with the remainder interest from the William N. Hailey CRT

Barbara Lasater Hanes Trust

1988

Established as an unrestricted fund

James R. Hankins Fund

1967

Established by bequest as an unrestricted fund

Carl W. and Annie M. Harris Endowment Fund

1970

Established by bequest as an unrestricted fund

Samuel A. and Roslyn S. Harris Fund

1980

Established by bequest as an unrestricted fund with special interest in music education

Vicki Van Liere Helms Art Fund

2004

Established in memory of Vicki Van Liere Helms by her family and friends to support organizations and programs serving aspiring painters, sculptors, and other artists

William and Allan Hollan Charitable Fund

2004

Established with memorial gifts to William E. Hollan, Sr. and added to by his family for human services

Raymond B. Hooker, Jr. Fund - Unrestricted

2000

Established by an estate gift as an unrestricted fund

Mae W. Hubbard Trust

1987

Established by bequest as an unrestricted fund with special consideration for the development, welfare, and education of underprivileged and handicapped children

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DATE ESTABLISHED

Allan M. Hutcherson Fund

1944

Established by bequest for Forsyth County youth programs with special consideration to those affecting underserved minority children

Martha K. Knott Fund

1926

Established to provide support for general charitable purposes

R. Edward Lasater Endowment Fund

1950

Established for general charitable purposes

Lassiter Animal Welfare Fund

2003

Established with an estate gift from Allene D. Lassiter for the benefit of animals in Forsyth County

Lipscomb Fund

2004

Established in honor of Guy and Margaret Lipscomb by their granddaughter

Frank E. Llewellyn Fund

1970

Established by bequest by Elizabeth P. Llewellyn for general health purposes with a priority for tuberculosis purposes whenever possible

Elsie Ann Long Memorial Fund

1995

Established through an estate gift for programs and activities benefiting needy persons living in the Appalachian region of the United States

Elizabeth Lovett Education Endowment

1996

Established as a fund to support education

Thomas Jack Lynch Memorial Fund

1996

Established by an estate gift as an unrestricted fund

Harvey Seward Martin Fund

1996

Established by bequest by Mrs. Martin for educational purposes at the discretion of the Foundation Committee

Masich Fund

2004

Established by Jane and Tony Masich as an unrestricted fund

John Alexander McClung, DDS-FACD Trust

1994

Established by Mary Louise Gray in memory of her father to support Christian-related programs or organizations in the local community as determined by the Foundation

Isabel McRae Fund

1981

Established by bequest as an unrestricted fund

Michalove Fund

2004

Established as an unrestricted fund with 41 consecutive years of contributions to the General Endowment Fund

J. Frank and Mary S. Mock Fund

2003

Established through a CRT to benefit needy children in Forsyth County

Algine Foy and Julius Dobson Neely Memorial Fund

1989

Established by Algine Neely Ogburn in honor of her parents for empowering and encouraging individuals to improve their lives and the lives of their families

Charles E. Norfleet Memorial Fund

1976

Established by Grizzelle M. Norfleet in memory of her brother, who served as secretary of the Foundation during its early years

Jeannette Norfleet Fund

1982

Established by family and friends to support health and medical programs, with special consideration for programs that benefit people suffering from cancer

Dr. Calvin and Ruth H. Ogburn Trust

1978

Established to provide support for general charitable purposes

Margaret W. Parker Fund

1997

Established as an unrestricted fund

Otis B. and Genevieve Parrish Fund

1987

Established to support programs for older adults with debilitating health conditions, especially Alzheimer’s disease

Thomas R. and Georgia L. Pepper Family Fund

1997

Established by Dr. Francis D. Pepper in memory of his grandparents as an unrestricted fund

Nancy T. Pleasants Community Development Fund

1997

Established to support economic development, education and training, leadership development, community long-range planning, community appearance, historic preservation, and regional cooperation

Virginia S. Pleasants Fund

1996

Established by an estate gift as a discretionary fund

Bess Gray Plumly Fund

1965

Established by bequest for general charitable purposes of the Foundation

Etta Mae Pope Trust

2000

Established by Louis B. Pope in memory of his sister to support the poor and needy

Stokes Ivey and Orpha Maria Leonard Pope Family Trust

2000

Established by Louis B. Pope in memory of his parents to support the poor and needy

R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company Fund

1975

Established as a part of the company’s 100th anniversary celebration

Mary Neil Henderson Rice Fund

1998

Established by Thomas B. Rice, III as a memorial to his mother with income to provide support to organizations that provide services to children in WinstonSalem and Forsyth County and to Crisis Control Ministries

Thomas B. Rice Memorial Fund

1991

Established by family and friends for general charitable purposes

Ann and Clay Ring Fund

1997

Established as an unrestricted fund

Samuel and Elizabeth Rose Fund

1998

Established by bequest by Samuel M. Rose to support general charitable purposes

Sarah Shore Ruffin Fund

2004

Established by beneficiary designation of the Sarah S. Ruffin IRA

Kenard Eugene Sales Memorial Fund

2001

Established in memory of Kenard E. Sales by family and friends to support programs benefiting disadvantaged youth

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DATE ESTABLISHED

Sandehill Recreation Fund

1986

Established to promote competitive swimming and water sports in Forsyth County

Shepherding Fund

1992

Established to support local human service agencies

Emma Jane Skinner Fund

2001

Established by Frank B. Hanes to support human services organizations

Peggy and Ralph Stockton Fund

1995

Established as an unrestricted fund

Ralph and Frances Stockton Trust

1993

Established as an unrestricted fund

Colin and Mary Louise Stokes Fund

1991

Established as an unrestricted fund to support charitable purposes in Forsyth County

Lillian S. Stultz Fund

1982

Established by bequest for general charitable purposes of The Foundation

Sturmer Samaritan Fund

1997

Established by Martha M. Sturmer in honor of her in-laws, Ernestine Hill and Charles A. Sturmer, to support organizations and programs providing for the care, maintenance and well-being of financially needy patients and residents in nursing homes in Forsyth County, North Carolina.

J. C. Tise Fund

1927

Established by bequest to support general educational purposes with an emphasis on programs providing enrichment and outreach

Nelson and Dorothy Tomlinson Fund

1997

Established as an unrestricted fund

Twin City Hospital Funds

1920

Established by the executive board of the Hospital by bequest by John W. Alspaugh to benefit projects on behalf of the medically indigent in the community

Camp Robert Vaughn Fund

1990

Established from the proceeds of the sale of Camp Robert Vaughn to support grants for children and youth

Wachovia Bank of North Carolina Fund

1987

Established with a gift for unrestricted use and added to in 1994 in honor of all former and current Wachovia employees, and in memory of Herbert Brenner

A. T. Williams Oil Company Fund

1988

Established as an unrestricted fund

A. Tab Williams, Jr. Public Education Fund

1996

Established through a charitable lead trust to support public education in Forsyth County

Anne Hanes Willis Fund

1997

Established by Frank B. Hanes in memory of his sister to assist landscaping, gardening, and beautification in the city where public funding is not available.

Bobby Ray Wilson Human Fund

1996

Established to benefit incarcerated persons in Forsyth County

Winston-Salem Foundation Staff Endowment

2002

Established by B. Thomas Lawson in honor of his former Winston-Salem Foundation colleagues

Aubrey Marcus Zimmerman

1984

Established to provide recreational opportunities for the handicapped

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ADVISED FUNDS ADVISED FUNDS ENABLE UP TO TWO FAMILY generations of donors to make charitable grant recommendations. The Foundation staff can assist donors with background on charities or help to identify pressing community needs. These funds are a convenient method of simplifying charitable giving and are an attractive alternative to a private foundation. FUND

DATE ESTABLISHED

Sam and Kathryn Hauser Fund

2005

Established as an advised fund

Judith Hoots Family Fund

2005

Established as an advised fund with gifts in memory of Allen Hoots and Judith Hoots

W.T. and Mary Cobb Jenkins Family Fund

2005

Established as an advised fund in memory of their son

Florinda C. Johnson Charitable Fund

2005

Established as an advised fund in memory of Edward G. Johnson

Millbrook Fund

2005

Established as an advised fund

Henry S. and Martha S. Miller Advised Fund

2005

Established as an advised fund

O’Brien Family Fund

2005

Established as an advised fund

Phoebe B. and William M. Satterwhite, Jr. Fund

2005

Established as an advised fund

Katie Sleap Memorial Fund

2005

Established with gifts in memory of Katie Sleap

F. Conard and Jean Snyder Fund

2005

Established as an advised fund from the F. Conard and Jean Snyder Charitable Lead Trust

Tuttle Family Charitable Fund

2005

Established as an advised fund

Sharon L. Washington-McBryde Memorial Fund

2005

Established as an advised fund by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Washington in memory of their daughter

Edward Kent Welch Memorial Fund

2005

Established by family and friends in memory of Kent Welch

Winston-Salem Regional Association of Realtors Charitable Fund

2005

Established as an advised fund for the charitable work of the Winston-Salem Regional Association of Realtors

FUND

DATE ESTABLISHED

FUND

DATE ESTABLISHED

FUND

DATE ESTABLISHED

William T. and Sylvia F. Alderson Fund

1997

Braswell Family Charitable Fund

1995

Ted and Amy Kate Budd Fund

Allegacy Federal Credit Union Fund

1999

Herbert and Ann Brenner Fund

1993

J. W. Burress Charitable Fund

1998 2004

Anonymous Fund #5

1995

Mike and Wendy Brenner Trust

2002

Cardwell-Archer Charitable Fund

2001

Philip S. Auchincloss Fund

2000

Paul and Judy Moore Briggs Family Fund

2000

Mary J. and Kenneth P. Carlson Advised Fund

2000

Robert G. Auchincloss Fund

2000

Royall and Alice Brown Advised Trust

1993

Sam N. Carter and Pauline H. Carter Fund

2000

Bartlett and Wyatt Bassett Fund

2004

Royall R. Brown, Jr. Advised Trust

1992

Casstevens Family Trust

2001

Charlotte Blount Fund for Theater Development

2002

Budd Group Foundation

2001

Cawood Charitable Fund

1993

Ted and Charlotte Blount Fund

1997

Christopher David Budd Fund

1996

Lee Chadwell Fund

2002

Eleanor and Sam Booke, Jr. Fund

1998

John and Karen Budd Fund

1998

Chuck and Bobbie Chambers Advised Trust

1992

Elizabeth E. and Henry M. Booke Trust

1994

Joseph R. Budd Family Trust

1997

Thomas Lenoir and Anna Hanes Chatham Fund

1998

Julian R. and Mary P. Bossong Fund

1998

Ken and Janie Budd Fund

2003

Gerald and Lee Ann Chrisco Family Trust

1998

Dr. and Mrs. Edwyn T. Bowen Fund

1996

Richard P. and Sylvia S. Budd Trust

1983

Robert Clark Family Fund

1997

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ZACK H. BACON IV SCHOLARSHIP FUND

INTEGRITY, OPTIMISM and a Strong Sense of Humor The Zack H. Bacon IV Scholarship Fund was established by his family and friends in 2005 to provide college financial support. Recipients of the scholarship are to be R. J. Reynolds High School graduates who have overcome life’s challenges with integrity, optimism and a strong sense of humor. The model for those qualities is Zack Bacon, born with a rare chromosomal abnormality that affects mental and physical development.

giving money away dug deep in their pockets

ZACK’S MOTHER, EVE BACON, TALKS ABOUT THE WAYS IN WHICH ZACK GAVE TO REYNOLDS HIGH SCHOOL AND WHAT HE GOT IN RETURN.

Foundation and have it set up as a scholarship in Zack’s name to help fund col-

and contributed. More than 400 Reynolds students pulled out their lunch money to donate nearly $600. We raised $120,000 — more than twice what was needed for the project. The Crosses suggested that we give the extra money to The Winston-Salem

lege education for deserving athletes who have overcome challenges. I was deeply honored. I knew that the Foundation has a tremendous reputation in the philan-

WHEN DOUG AND MARY BETH CROSS asked for my permission to name the new locker room at Reynolds High School for Zack, I was extremely happy for the school. And for Zack. For five years, Zack loved being a manager of the varsity football, basketball and baseball teams. He poured water. Timed runners. Laundered uniforms.

thropic community for raising money and supporting charitable causes. Everything about the scholarship concept was exciting and fulfilling, until it was time to choose a recipient. Each of the eight applicants was fully deserving. They had all overcome some remarkable adversity. It was nearly impossible to choose among them. So, we didn’t. We picked

Painted the fields. And wiped up sweat. His wonderful attitude and sense of

two of Zack’s classmates — Justin Henderson will attend Ferrum College and

humor touched a lot of the athletes he served. And through their relationship

William Sartin is enrolled at Clemson.

with him, they, too, became a little braver. When we started raising money for the new locker room, I was overwhelmed by so many heartwarming examples of generosity. People who had no business

Being involved in sports with those boys and others from 15 different varsity teams gave Zack more than I could ever give him. It gave him bonds and lasting friendships.


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DATE ESTABLISHED

FUND

DATE ESTABLISHED

FUND

DATE ESTABLISHED

Brenda Kulynych Cline and Janice Kulynych Story Fund

1998

Hanes Family Downtown Fund

2003

Lucian and Robie Neal Fund

Clover Street Fund

2003

R. Philip and Charlotte Hanes Community Trust

1988

Stephen L. Neal Advised Fund

2002 1997

Ron and Jeff Coppage Cancer Fund

1999

Harrison Family Fund

2001

T. David Neill Family Fund

1998

A. Robert Cordell Family Trust

1998

Hege Trust

1997

Orr Family Charitable Trust

1999

Joan R. and David L. Cotterill Advised Trust

1994

L. Stephen Hendrix Fund

2001

Katherine W. Otterbourg Fund

2003

Joan Royer Cotterill Advised Fund

1997

Sheila H. Hendrix Fund

2001

Marlene and Craven Page Trust

1997

Credence Fund

1997

Bill and Leslie Hollan Fund

1994

Dwight E. and Annie E. Pardue Advised Fund

2004

Bill and Betty Gray Davis Fund

2000

B. F. Huntley and Josephine Huntley Trust

1997

Eugene and Ann Paschold Fund

1996

John and Terrie Davis Family Fund

1999

David A. and Roberta W. Irvin Fund

2000

Bob Pate Memorial Fund

1987

DeForest Family Fund

2003

Janeway Family Fund

1996

Pauline Davis Perry Fund

1996

Ashley Holland Dozier Charitable Fund

1998

J. Michael Johnston Memorial Fund

1996

L. Gordon Jr. and June D. Pfefferkorn Trust

1993

Driscoll Family Fund

1997

Christopher and Lucinda Kellam Jones Fund

1997

L. Gordon Jr. and June D. Pfefferkorn Trust - 2

1999

Joseph B. and Mary M. Dudley Advised Fund

1997

Thad and Catherine Jones Charitable Fund

1996

Piedmont Federal Fund

1993

Christopher Richard Eagan Fund

2002

Leon and Renee Kaplan Fund

1999

Pleasants Hardware Company Trust

1987

EHI Fund

2004

Dale and Mary King Fund

2004

Ruth M. and Clifton E. Pleasants Trust

1990

Lynn and Barry Eisenberg Endowed Fund

1998

L. Andrew Koman and Leigh E. Koman Fund

1999

Michael J. Pollak Trust

1995

Grace H. Emken Fund

1993

Thomas J. and Lynne Koontz Charitable Trust

1996

Ashburn Wright Wall Pollock Charitable Trust

1994

Finley-Anderson Fund

1994

Petro and Roena Kulynych Fund

1998

Billy D. and Deborah Prim Donor Advised Fund

2004

Robert and Carol Ford Charitable Trust

1996

A. Thad and Margaret W. Lewallen Advised Trust

1994

David and Deborah Rice Fund

1995

Paul & Nella Fulton 2004 Charitable Trust

2004

John C. Long, M.D. Fund

1994

T. Wayne Robertson Memorial Fund

1998

James A. and Elizabeth K. Fyock Trust

1999

Lydia Phillips McCabe Advised Fund

1997

Roslyn Trust

2000

Dr. Kenneth R. Gallup, Jr. Family Charitable Fund

1996

McGowen Charitable Fund

1996

Rubin Family Fund

2000

Thad W., Mildred B., and Kathryn W. Garner Trust

1998

McGuirt Family Fund

1996

Tom and Kathy Rucker Charitable Trust

2000

Givens Family Charitable Trust

1996

J. Frank and Laura Turnage McNair Charitable Trust

1996

Guy and Liz Rudisill Fund

1993

Alice O’Kelley Goodson and William A. Goodson, Jr. Family Trust

1991

William and Kim Means Charitable Fund

1996

Jack and Betty Runnion Fund

1996

William A. and Georgia H. Goodson Fund

1968

Medlin Charitable Fund

1994

Pearl and Ray Sams Family Trust

2000

Louis and Marcia Gottlieb Family Fund

1996

Mignon Durham Charitable Fund

1998

Daniel and Linda Sayers Charitable Fund

1996

Bernard Gray Advised Fund for the Community

1998

Dr. John H. and Elizabeth B. Monroe Fund

2002

Andrew J. and Ellen N. Schindler Advised Fund

2004

Bernard Gray Fund for the Arts

1997

Elsie L. Morris Fund

1999

Adrian R. and Robert D. Shore Trust

1999

Green Angel Fund

1997

Michael Andrew Nachman Fund

1995

SKM Charitable Fund

2004

J. T. Greene, Jr. Charitable Trust

1995

Mil and Marsh Naugle Fund

1999

Emily P. and Scott F. Sternberg Family Fund

1998

Emily Grousbeck Fund

1988

Neal Family Fund

2001

Nealie Belk Stevens Fund

1962

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EARLINE HEATH KING FUND

A LIFE of Art Earline heath King established a Winston-Salem Foundation Field of Interest Fund for the Arts in 2005. The Fund was created to support art and art-related endeavors. Grants will be awarded to, but are not restricted to, art-related organizations, art scholarships, purchasing art for public facilities, and any other art-related endeavors. Her criteria for choosing beneficiaries relates to the art they create. In her words, “If it has to be explained, it’s not art.” EARLINE HEATH KING TALKS ABOUT HER OWN LIFE AS A WORLD-RENOWNED SCULPTOR AND HER HOPES FOR THE FUND SHE CREATED.

One of my favorite memories of my time at Reynolds was the state vocal contest in Greensboro. My voice coach prepared me well, and, as a result of her dedication and my hard work, I won first place and a scholarship to Greensboro College. As I look back over my life, winning that scholarship was one of its highlights. Now it’s my turn to share. To help someone interested in art but without the resources to pursue it. Someone who might have had to give up their dream of becoming an artist because they didn’t have enough money. We in Winston-Salem are fortunate to live in a community that is so

ART AND MUSIC have been my life. And what a wonderful life it has been. I grew up an only child. My father was also an only child. As I look back, I practically had no family at all except cousins. Cousins by the dozens. But I’ve enjoyed a life full of people who have accepted me and been extremely generous. People like my teachers at Reynolds High School. My music and art teachers gave abundantly of their time and knowledge. For four years, I enjoyed two art classes five days a week. Supportive teachers and fellow students gave me confidence. The confidence I needed to go out into the world and create art.

philanthropic. During my many years of working with different organizations, I have seen donors give through The Winston-Salem Foundation. And I have seen how much it meant to the recipients. I have seen their deep-felt gratitude. What a wonderful opportunity I have now to be able to give. To give people the opportunity to pursue their career as an artist — to pass on what people have given me. The joy of art.


Advised Funds ~ continued from page 45 FUND

DATE ESTABLISHED

Richard and Wendel Stockton Fund

1997

Sturmer Spay and Neuter Fund

1990

Charles V. Taft Family Charitable Trust

1995

John A. and Marguerite B. Taylor Fund

1986

Walter Thompson Scholarship Fund

1950

Thornton Family Fund

2001

Douglas Sean Toole Trust

1994

Trust for Spiritual Development

1995

Harry and Nancy Underwood Advised Trust

1994

Margaret M. Urquhart Advised Fund

2001

Carolyn H. Vaughn Fund

1997

Wake Forest Baptist Church Fund

1992

Wall Family Trust

2002

Ward Family Advised Trust

1995

Warthogs Baseball Community Trust

1999

Jean and Phil Waugh Family Trust

2001

Catherine R. Williams Family Fund

2003

Williard Family Trust

1999

Diana Dyer Wilson Endowment Fund

1971

Jane Butler and J. D. Wilson Family Trust

1983

Windham Family Fund

2004

Winston-Salem Civitan Project Trust

1998

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Economic Development Fund

1985

Wolfe Family Fund

2000

Rick and Lyn Worf Fund

1998

Elizabeth L. Wyeth Fund

1998

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DESIGNATED AND AGENCY FUNDS DESIGNATED FUNDS ARE ESTABLISHED by donors who wish to provide annual support to specific charities. Should the organization(s) cease to exist, the Foundation has the responsibility to ensure a donor’s original intent is met. Agency Funds can be established by charitable organizations. The agency benefits from the Foundation’s professional investment management administration, and this allows the agency staff and board to focus on providing the necessary services to its constituents. FUND

DATE ESTABLISHED

Ray and Jackie Cope Scholarship Fund

2005

Established by Crosby Scholars with a gift from the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust honoring the Trust’s executive director

Lucy Paynter Fund

2005

Established by St. Paul’s Episcopal Church with gifts from friends and colleagues of Lucy Paynter upon her retirement as director of Christian education to support enhancement of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church’s Christian Education program

Pfafftown Jaycees Designated Fund

2005

Established by the Pfafftown Jaycees to support North Carolina Jaycees, Asheboro, NC; North Carolina Jaycees Burn Center, Chapel Hill, NC; Northwest Forsyth Little League, Pfafftown, NC; West Central Community Center, Pfafftown, NC; and the Pfafftown Jaycees Community Fund as administered by the Foundation

Larriston Hill Powers Memorial Fund

2005

Established by bequest by Mary Louise Powers in memory of her brother to support Thompson Child and Family Focus

Shepherd’s Center of Greater Winston-Salem Endowment Trust

2005

Established by the Shepherd’s Center of Greater Winston-Salem

Spencer and Nell Waggoner Charitable Fund-Designated

2005

Established through the estate of Nell Kerns Waggoner to support twelve charities

FUND

DATE ESTABLISHED

FUND

DATE ESTABLISHED

FUND

DATE ESTABLISHED

Emily Allen Wildflower Preserve Protection and Management Endowment 2001

Bess Lee Burke Memorial Fund

2003

Guy R. and Florence M. Fulp Charitable Trust

2000

John Wesley Alspaugh and Celeste T. Alspaugh Memorial Trust for the Children’s Home

1964

Hugh E. Bynum, Jr. and Elizabeth H. Bynum Memorial Fund Designated

2000

Germanton United Methodist Church Fund

1988

American Red Cross (Northwest North Carolina Chapter) Endowment Fund

1997

Calvary Baptist Church Fund

1998

Camp Civitan Fund

Amos Cottage - Harry O. Parker Wing Fund

2004

Arts Council Endowment Fund

1957

Ashburn Trust - Bowery Mission and Young Men’s Home

1970

Ashburn Trust - World Vision

1970

Associated Charities Fund

1928

Sarah Austin Child Development Center Trust

1995

Community Marrow Donor Program, Inc. - Forsyth County Area Endowment

Sarah Austin Family Services Shelter Trust

1991

Nottie Riddle Cook Fund

1986

Marshall B Bass Best Choice Center Endowment Fund

1997

Dewitt Cordell Education Endowment Fund

1987

Marshall B Bass Scholars Fund at Voorhees College

2004

Crimestoppers Endowment Fund

1992

Marshall B Bass Endowed Scholars Program at Winston-Salem State University

2002

Crisis Control Endowment Fund

1987

Crosby Endowment Fund

1987

Selden Cundiff Memorial Trust for the Endowment of Holly Haven Care Home of AIDS Care Service Inc.

2002

Nathalie L. Bernard Fund

1963

Big Brothers-Big Sisters Services, Inc. Endowment

1996

Goodwill Industries of NW N.C., Inc. Endowment

1997 1998

1986

William (Billy) and Maggie Gordon Memorial Fund for Haw Pond Church of Christ

Camp Dogwood Endowment Fund

1995

Bowman and Gordon Gray Trust

1970

Centenary United Methodist Church Sunday School Fund

1927

Gordon Gray Trust - Bowman Gray School of Medicine

1982

Children’s Center Fund

2002

James A. Gray Endowment

1946

1987

James A. Gray Foreign Mission Fund

1948

Group Homes of Forsyth, Inc. Endowment

1993

Perry B. Clark Memorial Fund of Leadership Winston-Salem

2000

Mary Leight Booe Fund

1989

Bunny and Bill Davis Highland Scouting Fund

2000

Bowman Gray Trust - Bowman Gray School of Medicine

1970

Elkin Public Library Endowment Fund

2001

Gertrude and Morris Brenner Fund Nick Bunce Friendship Fund

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1993 2002

Emergency Loan Fund of Northwest North Carolina Forsyth Jail and Prison Ministries Endowment

1983 2002

Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth County Endowment Fund - II

1999

Mr. and Mrs. F. Borden Hanes, Jr. Trust

1998

Gordon Hanes Memorial Endowment for Crisis Control Ministry

1995

Jacob F. Hanes for Superannuated Methodist Ministers Fund

1935

Jacob F. Hanes Fund for the Children’s Home

1935

Joan H. Hanes Fund

1983

Charles E. and Pauline L. Hayworth Fund

1994

Mary Hill Habitat for Humanity Fund

1996

James E., Jr. and Betty Jones Holmes Fund

1999

Lawrence Byerly Holt, MD Memorial Fund

1988

Raymond B. Hooker, Jr. Fund - Designated

2000


Designated and Agency Funds ~ continued from previous page FUND

DATE ESTABLISHED

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DATE ESTABLISHED

FUND

DATE ESTABLISHED

Hope Harbor Fund

1989

Penland School of Crafts Fund

1983

St. Stephens Episcopal Church Endowment

1997

Hope Trust of Crisis Control Ministry

1995

Francis D. and Fannie Byrd Smith Pepper, Sr. Fund

1997

Lucy L. Stedman Memorial Fund

1931

Judith and Marbry Hopkins Endowment

1996

Francis D. and Phyllis Canup Pepper, Jr. Fund

1997

Ruth Stevenson Stewardship Endowment

2004

Louise S. Hunter Fund

2004

Louise A. Peterson Trust

2002

Summit School Endowment Fund

1959

International Friends of Greater Winston-Salem Fund

1987

Piedmont Opera Theatre Endowment Fund

1987

Robert E. Taylor Memorial Fund

1995

Viola and Dwight Jackson Memorial Fund

1999

Orpha Marie Leonard Pope Fund

1986

Trinity Center Endowment Fund

2000

Ella Mae Johnson Fund

1994

Richard and Barbara Pope Trust

1998

Bynum E. Tudor Fund for Reynolda House Museum of American Art

2001

Johnson Family Cemetery Trust Fund

1998

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Endowment

2002

1998

Preservation North Carolina - Winston-Salem Regional Office Endowment Fund

1997

Junior League of Winston-Salem Endowment Fund

United Way Caring Shares Endowment

1990

J. Lee Keiger, Jr. Family Fund

1999

Jane R. Kennedy Endowment Fund

1989

Petro Kulynych/Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation Endowment

2003

Peggy Bowen Leight Fund

2001

Maintenance Trust for Lewisville United Methodist Church

1998

Little Theatre Endowment Fund

1996

Lloyd Presbyterian Church Fund

2001

Jennifer Lowy-Dock Fund

1997

Lowy Fund - Shepherd’s Center

2000

Jerome Madans Assistance Fund

1994

G. L. Millsaps Memorial Trust

2000

William G. Montgomery, MD Fund for Senior Services

1995

National Trust for Historic Preservation in the United States

1981

George S. Norfleet Bible Fund

1932

North Carolina Academy of Physician Assistants Endowment

1992

Elizabeth C. and Ralph B. Ogburn Fund

1984

Old Hickory Council Endowment Fund

1997

Old Hickory Council/Camp Raven Knob

1989

Margaret W. Parker - Ronald McDonald House of Winston-Salem Endowment Fund

1998

Harry O. and Margaret W. Parker Pediatric Ophthalmology Research Fund

2004

Margaret W. Parker Fund for Amos Cottage - Discretionary

2004

Margaret W. Parker Fund for Amos Cottage - Operations

2004

Otis B. and Genevieve W. Parrish Endowment Fund II

1992

Fred Taylor Peden Trust of St. Paul’s Wilkesboro

2001

Kenneth O. Raschke Literacy Initiative Trust

1996

Stephen G. Richey Memorial Fund

1986

Wood Richmond Memorial Fund

1960

Golding H. Riddle Fund

1953

Golding H. Riddle St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Fund

2001

Right Turns for Youth Endowment

2003

Ronald McDonald House of Winston-Salem, Inc. Endowment Fund

1985

Lorraine Flynt Rudolph Endowment Fund

2004

Samaritan Ministries Endowment Fund

2001

H. and E. Vogler Fund

1978

Voluntary Action Center Training Endowment Fund

1986

John and Pauline Hoots Waller Trust

1999

Ina B. Watson Trust

2000

United Way Joel A. Weston, Jr. Memorial Endowment

1988

Wilkes Library Endowment

2001

Mr. and Mrs. A. Tab Williams, Jr. Fund

1998

A. T. Williams, Jr. Family Fund for St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

1993

LuTelle Sherrill Williams Fund

1986

A. Tab Williams Jr. Fund for the Salvation Army

1996 2001

Sawtooth Center for Visual Art Endowment

1996

Sawtooth Center for Visual Art Scholarship Fund

1996

Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina Fund

1997

Willow and Woody Memorial Trust for the Riverwood Therapeutic Riding Center

Senior Services, Inc. Endowment

1994

Diana Dyer Wilson Organ Maintenance Fund

1993

R. Y. and Eileen Sharpe Fund

1983

Winston-Salem Delta Fine Arts, Inc. Endowment Fund

1995

James Reynolds Sheffield, Sr. and James Reynolds Sheffield, Jr. Trust 1995

Winston-Salem Twin City Host Lions Club Endowment Fund

1999

Irving and Minnie Sheppard Memorial Fund

1999

Winston-Salem Industries for the Blind Endowment

2004

Richard Edmund Shore Memorial Fund

2003

Winston-Salem National Little League Endowment

2000

Siloam Baptist Church Endowment Fund

1997

Winston-Salem Piedmont Triad Symphony Heritage Fund

1999

Paul and Sara Sinal Fund

1997

Winston-Salem Symphony Chair Endowment Fund

1971

Frances Horne Smith and Howard H. Smith Memorial Fund

1968

Wolfe Family Charitable Fund

1996

Sprinkle Mission Fund

1982

Wolfe-Steele Young Life Trust

1996

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Endowment

1946

World Law Fund

1994

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Mission Fund

1950

Bland and Ada Worley/Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation Trust

1999

St. Paul’s Wilkesboro Endowment Fund

2001

YMCA of Greater Winston-Salem Heritage Club Endowment

1995

St. Phillips Episcopal Church Fund

1953

Special Children’s School - Jacqueline Styers Young Fund

2001

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STUDENT AID FUNDS STUDENT AID FUNDS PROVIDE STUDENTS with the resources to pursue their academic goals. Donors may establish funds to support students from a particular high school, church, county, or who attend a specific college or university. FUND

DATE ESTABLISHED

Zack H. Bacon IV Scholarship

2005

Established by family and friends of Zack Bacon IV to provide financial support for educational opportunities to graduating students at R.J. Reynolds High School who have overcome the challenges of life with integrity, optimism, and a strong sense of humor

Marshall B Bass Scholars Endowment Program at Forsyth Technical Community College

2005

Established by Marshall B Bass for students attending Forsyth Technical Community College

Wes Burton Memorial Scholarship

2005

Established by Beverly and Blaine Burton in memory of their son

Jimmy Johnson Memorial Scholarship Fund

2005

Established in memory of Jimmy Johnson for students majoring in a construction or house-build program at a technical college in the Triad

Gray W. Mock Family Scholarship

2005

Established by Richard Mock as a lasting memorial to his parents, Gray Worth and Lillie Belle Kiger Mock

Pfafftown Jaycees/Lynn Canada Memorial Scholarship Fund

2005

Established by the Pfafftown Jaycees to provide financial support for educational opportunities to a student attending Forsyth Technical Community College to study nursing

Reynolda Rotary Memorial/Clarence ‘Big House’ Gaines Scholarship Fund

2005

Established with gifts to the Reynolda Rotary Club in memory of Clarence ‘Big House’ Gaines to provide scholarships to graduates of Cook Elementary School who will graduate from high school in 2011 or after, and will attend Winston-Salem State University

Jeff Turner-Forsyth Audubon Scholarship Fund

2005

Established as a scholarship fund in honor of Jeff Turner to provide financial support to a worthy Forsyth County high school graduate, who has an interest in wildlife or environmental issues

Nell and Spencer Waggoner Scholarship Fund

2005

Established through the estate of Spencer Waggoner for students attending secondary schools, colleges, or professional or graduate schools, with particular emphasis on students pursuing nursing degrees

FUND

DATE ESTABLISHED

FUND

DATE ESTABLISHED

William H. Andrews/HAWS Scholarship Fund

1993

Wade and Marcelene Duncan Scholarship Fund

2004

Gene A. Bass Memorial Fund

1998

Diana Dyer Memorial Nursing Fund

1965

Wilveria Bass Atkinson and Marshall B Bass Endowed Scholarship Fund

1998

East Forsyth High School Alumni Scholarship

2002

Sam L. Booke, Sr. Scholarship Fund

1989

Marlene Marie Pope Flinchum Scholarship

2001

Boyles-Eidson Scholarship Fund

2001

Joe E. Gaddy, Jr. and Margaret W. Gaddy Trust

1995

Jeanna Brown Memorial Scholarship Fund

1986

2004

Bryon Tyler Burdick Memorial Fund

1989

The Garden Club Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County Scholarship

Leo Caldwell Memorial Student Loan Fund

1923

John L. Gilmer Student Loan Fund

1947

John L. Gilmer Merit-Based Scholarship Fund

2004

John L. Gilmer Need-Based Scholarship Fund

2004

Lloyd E. and Rachel S. Collins Scholarship Fund

2001

Mary Rowena Cooper Scholarship Fund

1991

D. C. Cornelius Memorial Scholarship Fund

2004

Serena D. Dalton Scholarship Fund

1977

Joseph E. Davies Scholarship Fund

2002

Bunny and Bill Davis Highland Scholarship Fund

2000

James A. Gray High School Alumni Scholarship

2002

Anna Hodgin Hanes Student Loan Fund

1926

Claude B. Hart Memorial Scholarship

2004

Stanley D. Hartgrove Memorial Scholarship Fund

1997

William T. Hatch and Mabel P. Hatch Scholarship Fund

1994

Fred and Mozelle L. Hinshaw Scholarship Fund

1995

Delta Fine Arts - Lois Bruton Allen and Simona Atkins Allen Scholarship Fund

1994

Oliver Joel and Ellen Pell Denny Health Care Scholarship Fund

1985

Walter R. Hoag Scholarship Fund

1990

Joyce and Jim Dickerson Scholarship Fund

2000

Fred Colby Hobson Scholarship Fund

1994

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Student Aid Funds ~ continued from previous page FUND

DATE ESTABLISHED

FUND

DATE ESTABLISHED

Jack and Barbara Holt Memorial Scholarship Fund

2000

John S. & Jacqueline P. Rider Scholarship

2004

John Russell Jarman Scholarship Fund

1996

Evelyn Ripple Winston-Salem Beta Sigma Phi Scholarship Fund

1996

Flora Royall Johnson Scholarship Fund

1996

Dr. Eugene Rossitch, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund

1998

Stella B. Johnson Scholarship Fund

1987

Samuel K. Rowland Trust

1928

Lasater Student Loan Fund

1927

Ray and Pearl Sams Scholarship Fund

1999

Law Enforcement Benefit Fund

1993

Roy Eugene and Collie Byrd Sebastian Memorial Scholarship Fund

1997

Law Enforcement Family Scholarship Fund

1994

Sharpe Student Loan Fund

1981

Leinbach Chain-Breaker Scholarship Fund

1992

Bruce Shelton Scholarship Fund

1991

William H. Lester Packaging and Graphics Scholarship Fund

1990

M. P. Snow Family Scholarship Fund

1998

L. D. and Elsie Long Student Scholarship Fund

1980

Ann Lewallen Spencer Scholarship Fund

1995

Edwin E. and Grace Kimrey Maddrey Scholarship Fund

2003

M. D. Stockton Educational Fund

1927

Mary Speer Martin Scholarship Trust

1997

Stultz Scholarship Fund

1982

Julia Yokeley Miller Fund

1983

N. D. Sullivan Charitable Trust

1971

N. W. Mitchell/Piedmont Federal Endowed Scholarship Fund

2003

Virginia Elizabeth and Alma Vane Taylor Nursing Scholarship Fund

1966

Montague Scholarship Medal Fund

1939

Kapp-Weaver Scholarship Fund - Greensboro College

1997

Paul Holcomb Murphy Memorial Fund

1983

Kapp-Weaver Scholarship Fund - R.J. Reynolds High School

1997

Emma Kapp Ogburn Memorial Fund

1946

Erma Drum Webster Fund

1996

Orthopaedic Specialists of the Carolinas’ Nursing Scholarship Fund

2002

George B. Whitaker Memorial Student Loan Fund

1927

William H. and Lena M. Petree Trust

1996 2004

A. T. Williams Oil Company Fund - II/ H. Frank Steelman Scholarship Fund

2001

L. Gordon, Jr. and June D. Pfefferkorn Scholarship L. Gordon, Jr. and June D. Pfefferkorn Scholarship for Forsyth Technical Community College

2004

Philo ABC Memorial Scholarship Fund Dean Prim Scholarship Fund

A. T. Williams Oil Company Scholarship Fund

1998

A. Tab Williams, Jr. Scholarship Fund

2003

2001

Elizabeth T. Williams Memorial Scholarship

1999

1989

Winston-Salem Hospitals Consortium Nursing Student Loan Fund

1981

Robert G. Prongay Memorial Scholarship

2001

Erica Wolfe Memorial Scholarship Fund

1998

Lucy Simmons Puryear Memorial Scholarship Fund

1994

Dr. William L. and Pauline H. Wood Humanitarian Award

1986

R. J. Reynolds High School Class of 1968 Memorial Scholarship Fund

1998

Yadkin County Association of Educators (YCAE) Scholarship Fund

1985

Patty Brendle Redway Fund

1996

Blanche Raper Zimmerman Scholarship Fund

1986

Reuhland-Cummings Medical Scholarship Fund

1996

Marcus Raper Zimmerman Scholarship Fund

1983

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W. T. AND MARY COBB JENKINS FAMILY FUND

GIVING FROM What You Have Received Wilbert and Mary Jenkins established the W. T. and Mary Cobb Jenkins Family Fund in 2005 as a donor-advised fund. The purpose of the fund is to support charitable causes in memory of their late son, Wilbert T. Jenkins, Jr., and in honor of their daughters, Wilma Temesa JenkinsFlythe and Wynette Tyress Jenkins.

generosity could be used to honor our son. And we decided to do something

MR. AND MRS. JENKINS ARE RETIRED, LIVE IN WINSTONSALEM AND CONTINUE TO GIVE OF THEIR TIME BY SERVING ON MANY BOARDS AND COMMITTEES. MR. JENKINS SHARES SOME BACKGROUND ON THE GENEROSITY THAT INSPIRED THEIR DONOR-ADVISED FUND AND THEIR HOPES FOR HOW IT WILL BE USED.

we would be able to choose the charitable beneficiaries.

permanent. Something lasting. I added to the corporate donation, and we went to The Winston-Salem Foundation for help in creating a vehicle for charitable giving on behalf of the entire Jenkins family. We wanted a fund managed locally. A fund set up so that Giving has been a tradition in our family. My father was a Baptist minister who taught us to give back from what we were fortunate to receive. Mary’s parents — farmers living in the country — taught that same principle of sharing. While neither of our parents attended college, they both sacrificed so Mary and I got an education at North Carolina Central University. We have a deep

OUR SON DIED of cancer in October 2003, but his memory lives on through

appreciation for their generous contributions and made sure our children had the

The Winston-Salem Foundation. The fund makes it possible for graduates of

same opportunities. As teachers, Mary and both of our daughters have devoted

Reynolds and North Forsyth High Schools to pursue their college education and

their lives to education.

so much more. It has meant so much to our family. When Maynard Anderson, president of Arcadia Group Worldwide Inc., expressed a desire to do something in appreciation for our son’s work with his company, we thought long and hard. We researched all the different ways his

We are delighted to be able to share through the Foundation what has been so important to our family. On our refrigerator is an anonymous quote, “What I kept, I lost. What I spent, I had. What I gave, I have.” That is what life is all about.


REAL ESTATE FUNDS REAL ESTATE FUNDS are properties designated for a charitable use and titled in the Foundation’s name. The Foundation has continuing oversight of the use and care of the property as well as responsibility for disposition should the designated use become impractical or undesirable.

FUND

DATE ESTABLISHED

FUND

DATE ESTABLISHED

Agnew H. and Elizabeth H. Bahnson Memorial Fund

1967

Goodwill Rehabilitation Center

1959

Flynn Christian Fellowship Home

1974

James G. Hanes Community Center

1956

Friendship House, Inc.

1953

Stokes County National Park

1935

FUND YWCA Fund - Glade Street

DATE ESTABLISHED 1938

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NON-ENDOWED Funds NON-ENDOWED ADVISED FUNDS NON-ENDOWED ADVISED FUNDS give donors the choice of making grant recommendations from the principal of their fund. Because of the simplicity and efficiency of these funds, many donors use them for annual charitable giving purposes. NEW IN 2005

NEW IN 2005

NEW IN 2005

Hannah Albertson Fund

The Pathways Fund

Snyder Family Fund

Campbell Cawood Advised Fund

Frank and Kay Lord Advised Fund

Nancy King Tanner Advised Fund

John and Anne Harrison Advised Fund

Doug and Mary Anne Maynard Fund

Bentley Fund

Bob and Gwynn Hooks Fund

J and J Neely Advised Fund

Eleanor James Vance Advised Fund

Andrea T. Jordan Advised Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Ford Perry Advised Fund

Willliam G. Ward, MD Family Advised Fund

Cornelius Vanstory King Advised Fund

David and Ingrid Pisetsky Advised Fund

A. Tab Williams, Jr. Non-Endowed Advised Fund

Gilmour and Nancy Lake Advised Fund

Reaves Family Charitable Trust

Anne S. Womble Advised Fund

Anonymous #1-3

Kathryn Gilmore Bell Advised Fund

Canary Fund

David and Liz Albertson Fund

Bert Bennett Advised Fund

Angela and William Carr Advised Fund

Martha Albertson Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Graham F. Bennett Advised Fund

Thomas A. and Kay B. Carter Advised Fund

Sylvia F. Alderson Charitable Fund

Deborah L. Best Advised Fund

David and Deborah Cassels Fund

Betty and Eben Alexander Advised Fund

Mr. and Mrs. H. Lee Bettis Advised Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Caudle Advised Fund

Tony and Chris Alford Family Trust Fund

David and Susanne Blanco Advised Fund

Hobart and Adelaide W. Cawood Fund

Elms and Harriet Allen Advised Fund

Frank L. Blum Fund

John and Victoria Ceneviva Fund

Dr. Stephen G. & Cynthia Anderson Advised Fund

Tom and Carolyn Breese Advised Fund

Chuck and Bobbie Chambers Advised Fund

Mr. and Mrs. James N. Andrews Fund

Paul Breitbach Fund

Dudley C. and Winborne S. Chandler Fund

Marie and Guy Arcuri Family Fund

Brendle Advised Fund

Barbara F. Chatham Advised Fund

Douglas D. Arnold and Lynn E. Calhoun Advised Fund

Felice and Richard A. Brenner Fund

Jerry and Brenda Cheek Chariltable Fund

Dan and Margaret Austell Fund

James T. and Betty S. Brewer Fund

Christopher Non-Endowed Advised Fund

Dr. Khosrow Bahrani Advised Fund

Dr. Robert and Shelby Brice Advised Fund

Nick and Jennifer Chrysson Advised Fund

Charles S. and Beth D. Baldwin Advised Fund

Dr. Richard A. Brodkin Advised Fund

Jeff T. and Rene F. Clark Advised Fund

R. Barrett Family Fund

Brookfield Fund

D. Elwood and Helen H. Clinard Fund

Marshall B and Celestine P. Bass Non-Endowed Advised Fund

Henrietta Dibrell Brown Advised Fund

Sophia Cody Advised Fund

Bill and Louise Bazemore Fund

Kirby C. Brown Fund

Gary W. and Virginia F. Cole Advised Fund

Edward S. and Barbara T. Beason Advised Fund

Rodney C. & Martha R. Brown Fund

David Collins Fund

Kirk and Barbara Beaudin Charitable Gift Fund

Patty and Malcolm Brown Fund

Barry and Dottie Cook Fund

Ranlet S. and Frank M. Bell, Jr. Advised Fund

John W. Burress Advised Fund

Ray and Jackie Cope Fund

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Non-Endowed Advised Funds ~ continued from previous page Mabel and Harry Corpening Fund

JG Advised Fund

Wava Howard Runnymede Beautification Fund

James and Barbara Corrigan Advised Fund

Jim and Mary Alice Gibbs Advised Fund

Robert C. and Catherine C. Huber Advised Fund

Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Cowan Advised Fund

John Munro and Flavel McMichael Godfrey Advised Fund

Tom and Lucia Hughes Family Fund

Nancy and Scott Cramer Advised Fund

Tony Golding Fund

Ann and Dudley Humphrey Advised Fund

Craven Family Fund

Goodrum Family Advised Fund

John W. Hunt Advised Fund

Jane and Penn Craver Advised Fund

Alice and W. A. Goodson, Jr. Advised Fund

Iannuzzi Family Fund

Mrs. Elizabeth W. Crockett Advised Fund

Thomas O. and Leesa L. Goodson Advised Fund

Mr. and Mrs. David A. Irvin Advised Fund

O. K. Crouch Family Fund

William A. Goodson III Advised Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Irvin Advised Fund

Egbert L. Davis, Jr. Advised Fund

Alice Jane Goodson Fund

JSCG Donor Advised Fund

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Davis Advised Fund

Kathryn Hanes Graves Advised Fund

Francis and Adele James Advised Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Davis, Jr. Advised Fund

C. Boyden Gray Advised Fund

Richard and Kathy Janeway Advised Fund

Bill and Betty Gray Davis Advised Fund

Hunter and Lisa Gray Advised Fund

Jarrahi Family Advised Fund

Dr. James Day Advised Fund

Alfa and Gerry Gunzenhauser Non-Endowed Advised Fund

Edith A. and Kenneth A. Johnson Fund

Deaton Family Advised Fund

Hall Family Fund

Elizabeth G. and Stephen A. Johnson Charitable Fund

Louis Nelson Dibrell III Family Fund

Martha S. Hancock and James A. Hancock, Jr. Advised Fund

Ann and Halbert Jones Charitable Fund

Patricia Ann Rudolph Dixson Advised Fund

Hands and Feet Fund

James H. and Katherine W. Joyce Fund

Kay and Dan Donahue Fund

Jim Hanes Fund

David and Rachel Katzer Charitable Gift Fund

Thomas S. Douglas, III Advised Fund

Helen C. Hanes Fund

Mr. and Mrs. William B. Kay, Jr. Advised Fund

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Douglas Advised Fund

Ann S. and F. Borden Hanes, Jr. Advised Fund

Sherry A. Kellett Fund

Ashley H. and Graham P. Dozier Advised Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Borden Hanes Sr. Advised Fund

Stanhope A. and Elizabeth Kelly Advised Fund

Dale E. and Luci H. Driscoll Advised Fund

Robin M. Hanes Fund

Charlie L. Kennedy, MD Donor Advised Fund

Noel Lee Dunn Advised Fund

Robert B. & Lisa B. Harrell Non-Endowed Advised Fund

Robert M. and Mary R. Kerr Advised Fund

Eagan Brothers LLC Fund

Hash Advised Fund

Nancy T. and Richard J. Keshian Fund

Robert and Amy Egleston Advised Fund

Charles H. and Susan Hauser Advised Fund

Brent and Beckie Donor Advised Fund

Eisenberg Family Advised Fund

Don and BĂŠ Haver Advised Fund

SGK Fund

Gerald and Ann Esch Donor Advised Fund

Dick and Karen Hedrick Advised Fund

Robert W. & Candy E. Kiser Charitable Fund

Fenwick Family Fund

Dr. Eugene Heise Advised Fund

Edith & Bill Knott Fund

Donna and Michael Fina Advised Fund

Edna and Jeff Helms Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Horace Robinson Kornegay, Jr. Advised Fund

Gary G. and Diana B. Fleming Fund

Betty and Nick Hennessee Advised Fund

Petro Kulynych Advised Fund

T. Vernon and Jennifer K. Foster Fund

Dr. Felda and Elizabeth S. Hightower Fund

Lisbeth C. Evans and James T. Lambie Advised Fund

Cecil and Henrietta Foushee Advised Fund

Page Daniel Hill Fund

Susan and George Lautemann Advised Fund

Alice Dibrell Freeman Family Fund

Doris and William Hohman Non-Endowed Advised Fund

Megan and Tom Lawson Advised Fund

Paul and Nella Fulton Advised Fund

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Hollan, Jr. Advised Fund

Mary A. Leight Advised Fund

Camille and Jim Galloway, Jr. Advised Fund

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Holmes, III Advised Fund

Annette M. Leight Advised Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Alex H. Galloway Advised Fund

James E. Holmes, Jr. & Betty J. Holmes Fund

Margaret G. Leight Advised Fund

Dr. Kenneth R. Gallup, Jr. Advised Fund

Pollyann E. and Gregory G. Holthusen Advised Fund

Kathy and Mike Lewis Fund

John and Linda Garrou Advised Fund

Mrs. Hamilton C. Horton, Jr. Advised Fund

Dr. A. Stanley and Mary Margaret Link Fund

Non-Endowed Advised Funds ~ continued on next page

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Non-Endowed Advised Funds ~ continued from previous page George and Susan Little Advised Fund

Dr. and Mrs. Lewis H. Nelson, III Advised Fund

Rainey Charitable Fund

Marieanne and Jerry Long Advised Fund

Newsome Endowment Fund

Ramona Fund

Matt and Emmie Long Fund

Fred and Lillian Nordenholz Fund

David B. Rea Non-Endowed Advised Fund

Margaret Rose Long Non-Endowed Fund

Robert S. & Marianne D. Northington Advised Fund

Burton and Frances Reifler Fund

Elizabeth W. Lubin Fund

Anita and Tom Ogburn, Jr. Fund

Dick and Sandy Respess Fund

Gail Lybrook Advised Fund

Laney and Merritt Orr Fund

Reynolda Rotary Benevolence Fund

Cornelia K. Weigl and Lachlan MacLachlan Advised Fund

Nancy and Ernie Osborn Advised Fund

Dr. Vade Rhoades Fund

Dr. Mark P. Maier Advised Fund

Ben C. and Mildred W. Paden Advised Fund

Lori and Pat Riazzi Fund

Richard A. and Carrie Wall Malloy Advised Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Craven Page Advised Fund

Richard T. Rice Fund

Deborah S. Marshall Non-Endowed Advised Fund

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Parker Advised Fund

Rickelton Fund

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Martin Advised Fund

Mary Beth and Bob Parker Fund

Jacqueline P. Rider Advised Fund

Janet and O. C. Martin III Fund

Brookes H. Parrish Fund

John and Lynn Roach Advised Fund

Dr. Richard Marx Advised Fund

Joe & Britt Parrish Fund

Pauline & Norwood Robinson Fund

Drane and Bill McCall Advised Fund

Lucie and Chuck Patton Fund

Michael and Deborah Rubin Advised Fund

Allison and Emmett McCall Advised Fund

Carol & Raymond Pearson Charitable Fund

Guy and Liz Rudisill Fund

W. Michael McDonald Advised Fund

Brenda B. Penney Advised Fund

Curtis Flynt Rudolph Advised Fund

Thomas P. and Anne B. McDowell Fund

Clifford and Elizabeth Perry Advised Fund

Sanford Harrison Rudolph Advised Fund

Sarah Murphy McFarland Advised Fund

Pauline Davis Perry Advised Fund

Mr. and Mrs. V. Carver Rudolph Fund

Cathleen and Ray McKinney Fund

W. H. and Lena M. Petree Advised Fund

Sarah Shore Ruffin and Dalton D. Ruffin Advised Fund

John and Grace McKinnon Advised Fund

William H. Petree, Jr. and Katherine Weathers Petree Non-Endowed Advised Fund

Jill Runnion Fund

Mr. J. P. McMichael, Jr. Advised Fund J. Frank and Laura Turnage McNair Advised Fund Mrs. C. C. McNeely Advised Fund Mark James Mendenhall Scholarship Fund Judson J. and Alice C. Milam Fund Charles W. Miller Fund Susan Dibrell Miller Family Fund Louise McMichael Miracle Advised Fund Richard and Laura Montgomery Advised Fund Elsie L. Morris Advised Fund J. Frank and Lynda K. Morris Advised Fund Ken and Mary Nan Moser Fund Mrs. M. E. Motsinger, Jr. Advised Fund Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Mulvey, Jr. Advised Fund R. Frank and Mary Jo Murphy Advised Fund Robert F. and Bonnie L. Naas Advised Fund Mr. and Mrs. Lucian H. Neal Advised Fund David and Scottie Neill Advised Fund

Non-Endowed Advised Funds ~ continued on next page

Roberta L. and Jimmy R. Pettit Advised Fund L. Gordon and June D. Pfefferkorn, Jr. Fund The Pfefferkorn Company Advised Fund Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Phelps Advised Fund John Piazza Advised Fund Pine Hall Brick Co. Fund William Pitser Advised Fund Nancy and Ed Pleasants Advised Fund Margaret Scales and Graydon Pleasants Advised Fund Ruth M. and Clifton E. Pleasants Fund Dr. Harold C. Pollard III Fund Dr. and Mrs. Eddie Pollock Advised Fund Robert S. and Wanda E. Pool Fund Richard and Nancy Port Fund T. J. and Nancy Pulliam Advised Fund Mrs. Elizabeth L. Quick Advised Fund George and Susan Ragland Advised Fund

Dr. Wilson and Marcia Russell Fund Salem Villages MRDD Fund Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Sandridge, Jr. Advised Fund William Madison and Phoebe Barnhardt Satterwhite Fund Robert D. and Pamela B. Saunders Fund M. Garnett & Georgia Saunders Fund Thomas D. and Katherine E. M. Schroeder Fund Scott Family Fund Beverly Britton Rudolph Shaw Advised Fund Bill and Shirley Shaw Fund A. Lincoln and Nancy D. Sherk Fund Adrian and Bob Shore Advised Fund Ricky and Sally Shore Fund Dr. Thomas E. Shown Advised Fund Martha and Tom Simpson Advised Fund Catharine N. & Kenneth N. Sisk Fund Debra Runnion Sizemore Fund Marc L. Slatkoff Advised Fund


Non-Endowed Advised Funds ~ continued from previous page Frank L. Smith Advised Fund

Claire and Randall Tuttle Advised Fund

Edwin H. Williamson, Jr. & Louise N. Williamson Advised Fund

Brant and Kay Snavely Fund

Robert C. and Carolyn H. Vaughn Advised Fund

John G. and Patricia G. Williard Advised Fund

John and Nancy Southard Advised Fund

Robert and Marcia Vaughn Fund

Mr.and Mrs. Ben S. Willis, Jr. Advised Fund

Mary Jo W. and R. Arthur Spaugh Fund

Mr. and Mrs. J. Mosby Vogler Advised Fund

Robert M. Willis Fund

Spaugh Family Fund

Peter and Carol Vrooman Advised Fund

Mr. and Mrs. H. Norton Willis Fund

Ann Lewallen Spencer Fund

Bruce D. Walley, M.D. Fund

W. T. Wilson Advised Fund

Michael W. Sperry Advised Fund

Jack and Jean Ward Advised Fund

Mrs. Nancy H. Wilson Advised Fund

Bobby and Jan Sprinkle Family Trust

Leslie R. and Robert E. Warhover Advised Fund

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wilson, Jr. Advised Fund

W. Fletcher and Anna B. Steele Family Fund

Bill and Judy Watson Fund

M. Powell and Gertrude S. Winstead Advised Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Stockton, Jr. Advised Fund

Henry and Martha Wellman Advised Fund

Winston-Salem Rotary Benevolent Fund

Lee and Barbara Strange Fund

Mr. and Mrs. P. Everette Wells III Advised Fund

Winston-Salem Twin City Host Lions Club Advised Fund

Stratford Rotary Benevolence Fund

John M. & Nancy Kyle Wells and Frances & C. C. Graham Fund

Calder and Martha Womble Advised Fund

Richard and Nancy Sullivan Fund

William A. Whitaker Advised Fund

Ralph H. Womble Advised Fund

John J. and Betty Pratt Sutton Advised Fund

Ms. Elizabeth N. Whitaker, II Advised Fund

Edith Womble Advised Fund

John A. Taylor Advised Fund

Louisa Whitaker Advised Fund

William F. and Jane G. Womble Advised Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Taylor Advised Fund

Nancy and Monty White Advised Fund

Erna and Bill Womble Advised Fund

Marguerite B. Taylor Advised Fund

Scott and Lauren Wierman Advised Fund

James and Johanna Yopp Fund

Louise Dibrell Theberge Family Fund

Paul and Jan Wiles Charitable Fund

Lynn & Jeff Young Fund

John B. R. Thomas Donor Advised Fund

Joseph & Eileen Wilhem Fund

Stephen and Bonnie Zades Advised Fund

F. Nelson Tomlinson Advised Fund

Jane McDowell Williams Fund

ZAX Fund

Dr. and Mrs. James F. Toole Advised Fund

Dr. and Mrs. S. Clay Williams, Jr. Advised Fund

Mr. & Mrs. Nick G. Zegrea Advised Fund

Jaime and Ilene Trujillo Fund

Darryl and Leia Williams Advised Fund

Donald K. and Beverly L. Truslow Advised Fund

Arthur T. and Catherine R. Williams, III Advised Fund

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THE PERRY FAMILY

THE LEGACY Continues The Perry family has a long legacy of philanthropy that dates back many generations. In 1996, they continued that tradition through the Foundation by establishing the Pauline Davis Perry Fund. The Fund was given to honor Mrs. “Pinkie” Perry as a Christmas gift from her two children and five grandchildren. In 1997, her son Cliff and his wife established the Clifford and Elizabeth Perry Advised Fund. Grandson Ford and his wife established the Mr. and Mrs. Ford Perry Advised Fund in 2005. CLIFF PERRY, JR. SHARES HIS THOUGHTS ON THE FAMILY LEGACY OF GIVING.

I have followed the example he set as he so often looked to The Winston-Salem Foundation to make gifts in memory of friends and family. The Foundation is a wonderful conduit to provide charitable access for many people who don’t have their own fundraising vehi-

I THINK THE BRITISH AUTHOR and poet Elizabeth Asquith Bibesco

cles. It’s the best way I know to give as a major benefit to Winston-Salem. The

(1897-1945) best expresses my philosophy on giving when she writes, “Give

people at the Foundation are extremely knowledgeable, and I feel very comfort-

without remembering; receive without forgetting.”

able about the way they manage and disperse funds. It makes charitable giving

My family passed on to me a strong desire to be charitable, but I don’t give to be remembered. I give because I enjoy it. I saw a lot of generosity as I was growing up in Winston-Salem. My mother’s

with appreciated securities very efficient. Being a member of the Legacy Society has been a wonderful benefit to my wife and me. Success in charity is very much like success in business. It benefits

family had strong ties to many organizations in the city. Her father, Egbert Davis,

from networking. As one of the founders of the Triad Chapter of the Juvenile

was president of Wake Forest University Baptist Hospital and gave generously to

Diabetes Research Foundation, my wife Elizabeth “Buff ” Cox Perry, has seen it

the community. My father, Clifford Webster Perry, Sr., worked for the Hanes

work time after time. Being a member of the Legacy Society allows us to meet

Corporation his whole career and was a self-made man. But he, too, gave to

with other people who share the same charitable ideals we do.

charity — in a very quiet way.

I feel sure that my children and grandchildren will continue the Perry tradition. The legacy of giving.


TEMPORARY AND SPECIAL FUNDS Black Philanthropy Initiative

A. J. Linville Memorial Fund

Sunshine Fund

Jackie Brooks Memorial Fund

R. B. Matthews Student Assistant Fund

Antony Swider Art Education Scholarship Fund

Centenary UMC Youth Fund

Mark James Mendenhall Scholarship Fund

Tomorrow’s Wise Working Women

City/LISC Capacity Building for CDCs

Millennium Fund

Touched By Technology Fund

Andrew Blake Clark Memorial Scholarship

Mineral Springs Fund

Triad Orienteering Club Foundation Fund

Craven Habitat Fund for Deaf Adults

Museum Fund

Maytrice Walton Scholarship Trust Fund

Jan Detter Arts Fund

NCAPA Project Fund

Michael and Buffy Waltrip Charitable Fund

ECHO Council

The Neighborhood Fund

A. Tab Williams, Jr. Fund for Rose Hill Free Will Baptist Church

ECHO Fund

Neighborhood Institute for Community Leadership Fund

A. Tab Williams, Jr. Fund for Forsyth County Day School

Stanley Michael Elrod Scholarship Fund

Nonprofit Connections

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Sports Medicine Fund

Flow Automotive Companies Scholarship

Parrish Scholarship Fund

Winston-Salem National Little League Capital Campaign Fund

Fondue Fund

Partners for Homeownership

With Help From Friends

Forsyth Common Vision

Patron’s Fund

Women’s Fund of The Winston-Salem Foundation

Forsyth Fund for Teaching Excellence

Peter Perret Scholarship for Young Musicians

Youth Activities Fund

Galloway Fund

Playground Project Fund

Youth Philanthropy Fund

Josh Gray Memorial Scholarship Fund

Professionals In Transition Paying It Forward Fund

ZAP

Krispy Kreme Foundation Charitable Fund

Harry Scofield Fund

Leading By Example

Stokes County Trust Fund

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CHARITABLE Trusts TEN YEARS AGO, the Foundation began serving as trustee of charitable lead trusts (CLTs) and charitable remainder trusts (CRTs) for donors. CLTs allow donors to direct income from the trust to the Foundation and/or other charities for a designated period of years. At the end of that period, the principal can be redirected according to the terms of the original trust documents. CRTs provide life income to designated individuals with the remainder interest of the trust ultimately going to charity.

CHARITABLE LEAD TRUSTS TRUSTEED BY THE WINSTON-SALEM FOUNDATION 2005 F. Conard and Jean Snyder Charitable Lead Annuity Trust

1997 Margaret W. Parker Charitable Lead Unitrust

1999 Margaret Weatherspoon Parker Charitable Lead Unitrust

1996 A. T. Williams, Jr. Annuity Lead Trust

1998 Lynn and Barry Eisenberg Family Heritage Trust Fund

CHARITABLE REMAINDER TRUSTS TRUSTEED BY THE WINSTON-SALEM FOUNDATION 2005 The Nancy and Paul Gwyn 2005 Irrevocable Living Unitrust

2001 Louise S. Adams Charitable Remainder Trust

Joel Clingman Charitable Remainder Unitrust

Frank E. and Mary Driscoll Charitable Remainder Trust

Roma Lee Causby 2005 Charitable Remainder Annuity Trust

L. Francis S. Temple Charitable Remainder Unitrust

Sara S. and Curtis E. Long 2005 Charitable Remainder Unitrust 2004 George and Edna Blanton Charitable Annuity Trust

The H. C. Woodall, Jr. Family Charitable Remainder Trust 2000 Abner Alexander Irrevocable Living Unitrust

William G. Koronis and Ava O. Koronis Irrevocable Living Unitrust

Edmund B. Hopkins Irrevocable Living Unitrust

Elizabeth T. Edmondson Irrevocable Living Annuity Trust

Nancy S. Spencer Charitable Remainder Trust

J. Beeson Grubbs Irrevocable Living Annuity Trust 2003 Louise S. Adams Charitable Remainder Unitrust (II)

M. Louise Thomas Charitable Remainder Trust 1999 Mary Ruth Bunton Barrett Charitable Irrevocable Living Trust

Harry O. Corpening Charitable Remainder Unitrust

Frederick A. Blount and Charlotte E. Blount Charitable Irrevocable Living Annuity Trust

William G. and Ava O. Koronis Charitable Trust

Williams A. and Edith T. Knott Irrevocable Living Unitrust

Curtis and Sara Long Charitable Remainder Unitrust

J. William Moir Irrevocable Unitrust

Nancy Davis McGlothlin Charitable Remainder Unitrust

C. Edward Pleasants Charitable Remainder Unitrust

John J. Sutton, Jr. and Betty P. Sutton Charitable Remainder Unitrust

Nancy T. Pleasants Charitable Remainder Unitrust

L. Frances S. Temple and Jesse C. Temple Charitable Remainder Unitrust (II) 2002 Anonymous #3

1998 James L. Barnhardt Charitable Remainder Unitrust Dorothy M. Carpenter Irrevocable Living Unitrust

Donald F. and Lucy E. Folger Charitable Remainder Unitrust

Thad W., Mildred B., and Kathryn W. Garner Irrevocable Living Unitrust

Lawrence R. Hine Irrevocable Trust

Ruth M. Pleasants Irrevocable Living Unitrust

The Lucy Kaplan Irrevocable Living Unitrust

Arthur G. and Susanne S. Weber Charitable Remainder Unitrust

William G. Koronis and Ava O. Koronis Irrevocable Living Unitrust

Willingham Irrevocable Living Annuity Trust

Mary Annette Leight 2002 Charitable Unitrust

Wolfe Testamentary Charitable Remainder Unitrust

Charitable Remainder Trusts ~ continued on next page


Charitable Remainder Trusts ~ continued from previous page 1997 Anonymous #2

1995 Elms and Harriet Allen Unitrust

Rita D. Fitzgerald Charitable Remainder Annuity Trust

The Stephen G. Anderson Unitrust

Bonnie B. and James C. Messick Charitable Remainder Annuity Trust

Edward and Barbara Beason Unitrust

Gail S. Spencer Irrevocable Remainder Annuity Trust

William and Drane Vaughn McCall Unitrust

1996 Anonymous #1

The Nancy H. Southard Unitrust

The Douglas Lewis Family Unitrust

David H. Tate Unitrust

John B. and Grace D. McKinnon Unitrust

Jane Gilbert Womble Unitrust

Ralph M. Stockton, Jr. and Margaret W. Stockton Unitrust

W. F. Womble Unitrust

THE LEGACY Society THE FOUNDATION’S LEGACY SOCIETY honors those generous individuals or couples who have established permanent endowments of $10,000 or more through the Foundation or those who have made provisions for $10,000 or more for the Foundation through deferred or planned gifts, such as charitable bequests, charitable remainder or lead trusts, life insurance, or real estate. Members have full access to all donor services, including informational seminars provided by the Foundation. Donors who have an established relationship with the Foundation will be invited to join the Society as they satisfy the criteria for membership. The following individuals are members of The Legacy Society of The Winston-Salem Foundation as of December 31, 2005. If you have fulfilled The Legacy Society criteria and you are not listed, please let us know. On behalf of future generations, we gratefully thank these donors for their plans to contribute to an enduring legacy for our community.

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THE LEGACY SOCIETY MEMBERS Anonymous #1 - 13

Ann L. Brenner

Mr. Jason Davies and Mrs. Julia Frost-Davies

John and Jane Gehring

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Holmes, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mitchell Agnew, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Briggs

Mr. Egbert L. Davis, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O. Goodson

Mrs. Edmund B. Hopkins

Mrs. Sylvia F. Alderson

Mrs. Lenora J. Brown

Mr. G. Franklin Davis

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Goodson, Jr.

Drs. Judith and Marbry Hopkins

Judge and Mrs. Abner Alexander

Mr. and Mrs. Royall R. Brown, Jr.

John and Terrie Davis

Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Gordon

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Howard

Dr. and Mrs. Elms L. Allen

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Budd

Mr. Richard N. Davis

Natasha and James Gore

Mrs. Jacqueline S. Hunt

Dr. and Mrs. Harvey H. Allen, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Budd

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Davis II

Dr. and Mrs. Louis N. Gottlieb

Mr. and Mrs. David A. Irvin

Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Andersen

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Budd

Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. DeForest III

Liana and Richard Gottlieb

Dr. and Mrs. Francis M. James III

Ms. Gayle N. Anderson

Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Budd

Dr. and Mrs. John W. Denham

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gray

Dr. and Mrs. Richard Janeway

Dr. and Mrs. Stephen G. Anderson

Rev. David H. Burr

Dr. and Mrs. James P. Dickerson

Mr. Howard Gray

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jarman

Mr. and Mrs. John Appel

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Burress III

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dillon

Mrs. James A. Gray, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jenkins, Sr.

Mr. W. A. Armfield, Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. W. Douglas Cardwell

Mrs. Elaine D. Dowdell

Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Greene, Jr.

Mrs. Florinda C. Johnson

Mrs. Teresa R. Ashburn

Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Carlson

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Downing

Mr. J. Beeson Grubbs

Dr. and Mrs. Peter C. Johnson

Drs. Anthony and Katherine Atala

Mrs. Anne Maddrey Carpenter

Mr. and Mrs. Graham P. Dozier III

Dr. and Mrs. Paul P. Gwyn

Ms. Beverly Johnston

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce M. Babcock

Mr. Coy C. Carpenter, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Dale E. Driscoll

Mrs. William N. Hailey

Mr. James W. Johnston

Mrs. Ira W. Baity, Jr.

Mrs. Dorothy M. Carpenter

Mr. Frank E. Driscoll

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Hancock, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Jones

Mr. Richard D. Barnes

Mrs. William H. Carr

Dr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Dudley

Mr. and Mrs. F. Borden Hanes, Jr.

Mrs. Thad L. Jones

Mr. James L. Barnhardt

Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Carter, Jr.

Ms. Nancy Dunn

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Borden Hanes, Sr.

Mrs. R. William Joyce

Mr. and Mrs. Zeb E. Barnhardt, Jr.

Ms. Dorothy A. Caudill

Mr. Noel Lee Dunn

Mr. and Mrs. R. Philip Hanes, Jr.

Ms. Lucy Kaplan

Dr. and Mrs. Rolland Barrett

Mrs. Roma Lee Woosley Causby

Ms. Mignon Durham

Ms. Susan F. Harris

Mr. and Mrs. William B. Kay, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall B Bass

Mr. M. Campbell Cawood

Mr. and Mrs. John T. Eagan, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Harrison

Mrs. J. Lee Keiger, Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. Edward S. Beason

Ms. E. Jeanine Chadwell

Ms. Elizabeth T. Edmondson

Mrs. Claude B. Hart

Ms. Terri Kern

Mr. Clifton E. Beck

Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Chambers

Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Eidson

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis G. Hatchell

Ms. Susan Kerner-Hoeg

Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Bell, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Chapman

Mr. and Mrs. Barry Eisenberg

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hauser

Ms. Earline heath King

Mrs. Marie Bellin

Mrs. Norma Charles-Sink

Mrs. Robert A. Emken

Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Hege

Mr. and Mrs. Jessie M. King

Mr. and Mrs. R. Gordon Bingham

Mrs. Barbara F. Chatham

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander C. Ewing

Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Hemrick

Mr. and Mrs. Philip G. Kinken, Jr.

David and Susanne Blanco

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Chrisco

Mrs. Rita D. Fitzgerald

Mr. L. Stephen Hendrix

Mrs. Louis Klaff

Mrs. George Blanton

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Clark

Ms. Marlene P. Flinchum

Mrs. Sheila H. Hendrix

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Knott

Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Blount

Mr. and Mrs. D. Elwood Clinard, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Victor I. Flow, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Herring

Dr. and Mrs. L. Andrew Koman

Mr. and Mrs. J. Hal Bolin

Mr. Joel P. Clingman

Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Folger

Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Hetrick

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Koontz

Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Booke

Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. Cole

Dr. and Mrs. Robert V. Ford, Jr.

Mr. Hardin P. Higgins

Bill and Ava Koronis

Mr. and Mrs. Sam L. Booke, Jr.

Mr. George L. Cooper

Brittney J. Forman

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence R. Hine

Mr. Petro Kulynych

Mrs. Judy Booker

A. Robert Cordell, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fulton, Jr.

Mrs. Henry Etta Hinkle

Mr. James Lambie and Ms. Libba Evans

Mr. and Mrs. Julian R. Bossong

Mr. Harry Corpening

Mrs. James A. Fyock

Mrs. Alanson Hinman

Mr. and Mrs. B. Thomas Lawson, Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. Edwyn T. Bowen, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Cotterill

Dr. and Mrs. Joe E. Gaddy, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Hobbs

Mrs. Mary Annette Leight

Dr. and Mrs. Sherrill Braswell

Mrs. Donna H. Craige

Mr. John K. Gallaher

Doris and Bill Hohman

Mr. and Mrs. A. Thad Lewallen III

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Brenner

Nancy and Scott Cramer

Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Gallup, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Hollan, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Lewis

Mr. and Mrs. Abe Brenner

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Dalton, Jr.

Ms. Kathryn W. Garner

Mrs. William E. Hollan, Sr.

Nancy C. Lide

The Legacy Society Members ~ continued on next page


The Legacy Society Members ~ continued from previous page Mrs. Regina D. Lofland

Mr. Richard G. Mock

Mr. Richard E. Pope

Mrs. Robert D. Shore, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Underwood II

Mr. Joseph P. Logan

Dr. and Mrs. John H. Monroe

Mr. and Mrs. Billy D. Prim

Mrs. Rosemary V. Shortt

Ms. Margaret M. Urquhart

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis E. Long

Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Morgan

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Puryear

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sinal

Mrs. Deborah H. Vaughan

Mr. and Mrs. Frank K. Lord III

Mrs. William M. Morris

Mr. Greg Puryear

Mr. Willis Slane and Dr. Caroline Chiles

Tricia Vaughn

Mrs. Elizabeth Lovett

Mrs. Elaine Muir

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Quick

Mr. and Mrs. Archie Smith

Bob and Carolyn Vaughn

Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Lowy

Mr. and Mrs. Marty Myers

Mr. and Mrs. H. Chris Ramm

Mr. Frank L. Smith

Dr. Ramon Velez

Annette P. Lynch

Mrs. Mildred Naugle

Mr. James K. Reaves

Mr. Fred Conard Snyder

Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Wall

Mr. and Mrs. E. Erwin Maddrey II

Mr. and Mrs. David B. Neal

Mrs. Willie Brownlow Reavis

Dr. and Mrs. John K. Southard, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Ward

Mr. and Mrs. John Mann

The Honorable Stephen L. Neal

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Riazzi

Mrs. Barbara Wall Spearman

Mr. and Mrs. Philip R. S. Waugh

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Martin

Mr. and Mrs. T. David Neill

Dr. and Mrs. David G. Rice

Mrs. Ann Lewallen Spencer

Dr. Glenda Weber and Mr. Wayne Weber

Dr. and Mrs. John A. Maselli

Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Nordenholz

Mrs. Thomas B. Rice

Mrs. Gail S. Spencer

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Weber

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony M. Masich

Dr. and Mrs. David Reese O’Brien, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Rice III

Mr. and Mrs. James Spencer

Mr. and Mrs. Scott F. Wierman

Dr. and Mrs. K. Frank McCain

Mrs. Algine Neely Ogburn

Mrs. John S. Rider

Mrs. William O. Spencer III

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wilhem

Dr. and Mrs. William McCall, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. L. Glenn Orr, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Clay V. Ring, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Scott F. Sternberg

Mr. and Mrs. A. Tab Williams, Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. Bruce R. McCune

Mr. and Mrs. Craven B. Page

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rossitch

Mrs. Ralph M. Stockton, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. Williams III

Mrs. Nancy Davis McGlothlin

Mr. and Mrs. Dwight E. Pardue

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rothrock

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stockton

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Williams

Dr. and Mrs. Timothy McGowen

Mrs. Harry O. Parker

Dr. and Mrs. Michael H. Rubin

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Sutton, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Willingham

Dr. W. Frederick McGuirt

Dr. and Mrs. Eugene H. Paschold

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rucker

Dr. and Mrs. Charles V. Taft

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Willingham

Ray and Cathleen McKinney

Ms. Julie J. Pearce

Mr. and Mrs. C. Guy Rudisill III

Dr. and Mrs. David H. Tate

Mrs. Howard L. Wilson

Mr. and Mrs. John B. McKinnon

Ms. Brenda B. Penney

Mrs. Lorraine Rudolph

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Taylor

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wilson, Jr.

Ms. Sally Rider McLeod

Dr. and Mrs. Francis D. Pepper, Jr.

Mr. Dalton D. Ruffin

Mr. Jesse C. Temple

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wohlford

Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank McNair IV

Mrs. Clifford W. Perry

Mrs. H. J. Runnion, Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. John B. R. Thomas

Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Wolfe

Dr. and Mrs. William E. Means

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford W. Perry, Jr.

Mrs. Pearl Sams

Ms. M. Louise Thomas

Dr. and Mrs. John R. Wolfe

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Medlin, Jr.

Mrs. William H. Petree, Sr.

Dr. and Mrs. William M. Satterwhite, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Thornton

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Womble

Mr. and Mrs. Danny J. Mendenhall

Mr. and Mrs. Tony Petree

Dr. and Mrs. Daniel G. Sayers

Mr. and Mrs. F. Nelson Tomlinson, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Woodall, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. James C. Messick

Mr. and Mrs. L. Gordon Pfefferkorn, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Schindler

Dr. and Mrs. James F. Toole

Dr. and Mrs. Richard C. Worf

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Messick, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. C. Edward Pleasants, Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Schwartz

Ms. Elizabeth Lee Trotman

Mr. and Mrs. Hal G. Worley

Dr. and Mrs. Henry S. Miller

Mrs. Clifton E. Pleasants

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Wayne Seamon

Mr. and Mrs. Bynum E. Tudor, Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Young

Mrs. Barbara B. Millhouse

Dr. Michael J. Pollak

Mr. Rick Seamon

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Turner

Mr. and Mrs. Neal Millsaps

Mr. Louis B. Pope

Miss Rebecca Ann Sebastian

Claire and Randall Tuttle

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2005 Donors DONORS TO THE GENERAL ENDOWMENT AND BOOK OF MEMORY CONTRIBUTIONS ARE LISTED ALPHABETICALLY under the following designations: Visionaries, gifts of $5,000 or more; Benefactors, gifts between $2,500 and $4,999; Advocates, gifts between $1,000 and $2,499; Supporters, gifts between $500 and $999; or Philanthropists, gifts of less than $500. These gifts allow the Foundation to address the community’s best opportunities and most urgent needs, as determined by the Foundation Committee. Please note that all gifts to the General Endowment and Book of Memory during 2000–2005 were used to support the Foundation’s ECHO Fund grant initiative.

VISIONARIES ~ $5,000 OR MORE Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Hemrick

The Senah C. & C. A. Kent Foundation

Winston-Salem Journal

BENEFACTORS ~ $2,500 – $4,999 Ms. Elizabeth McCachern

ADVOCATES ~ $1,000 – $2,499 Dr. and Mrs. David A. Albertson

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Burress III

Dr. and Mrs. Paul P. Gwyn

Mrs. Thomas B. Rice

Dr. and Mrs. James F. Toole

Dr. and Mrs. Elms L. Allen

Mr. and Mrs. George M. Cleland

Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Hensel

Mr. and Mrs. C. Laurence Robbs

Mr. and Mrs. Randall Tuttle

Mr. and Mrs. John Appel

Ms. Phyllis S. Cowell

Mr. John W. Hunt

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Royster

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Vaughn, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Armfield

Mr. and Mrs. Graham P. Dozier III

Mrs. Annette M. Leight

Mr. W. David Shannon

Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Wiles

Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Bell, Jr.

Mr. Frank E. Driscoll

Mr. and Mrs. Frank K. Lord III

Mr. Willis Slane and Dr. Caroline Chiles

Mr. and Mrs. Calder Womble

Mr. William G. Benton

Mr. and Mrs. Victor I. Flow, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Earl F. Slick

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Woodall, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Booke

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fulton, Jr.

The Grover C. and Jane C. McNair Charitable Foundation Trust

The Strickland Family Foundation

Dr. and Mrs. James D. Yopp, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Sam L. Booke, Jr.

Glenn Family Foundation

Mrs. Herbert Brenner

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O. Goodson

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Mr. and Mrs. John G. Medlin, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Quick

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. F. Nelson Tomlinson, Jr.


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SUPPORTERS ~ $500 – $999 Mrs. Amy P. Barnhardt

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Douglas III

Mr. and Mrs. James G. Hanes III

Dr. David D. Meyer

Mrs. Robert B. Sosnik

Ms. Kathryn Gilmore Bell

Mrs. Elaine D. Dowdell

Mr. Edward B. Heefner

Mr. and Mrs. Sam C. Ogburn, Sr.

Mrs. Ann Lewallen Spencer

Mr. and Mrs. Bert L. Bennett

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Field

Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Hennessee

Mr. and Mrs. John V. Pappas

Mr. and Mrs. James Spencer

Mr. and Mrs. Graham F. Bennett

Ms. Mary E. Garber

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Hollan, Jr.

Piedmont Federal Savings and Loan

Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Steele

Dr. and Mrs. J. David Branch

Ms. Jane Goodson

Mr. and Mrs. Stanhope A. Kelly

Truliant Federal Credit Union

Mr. M. Campbell Cawood

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Goodson, Jr.

Mrs. Margaret Kolb

Mr. Graydon Pleasants and Ms. Margaret Scales

Mr. and Mrs. F. Hudnall Christopher, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Lyons Gray

Mr. and Mrs. George C. Lautemann

Mr. Richard N. Davis

Mr. and Mrs. Murray C. Greason, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. W. Randolph Loftis, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Dillard

Ms. Judith B. Halverson

Ms. Deborah S. Marshall

Mr. and Mrs. Clay V. Ring, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Sandridge, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. G. Dee Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Whaling Mr. and Mrs. John W. Willingham Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce Mr. and Mrs. William F. Womble, Jr.

PHILANTHROPISTS ~ LESS THAN $500 Dr. Jon S. Abramson

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Bunn III

Dr. and Mrs. John W. Denham

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Gay III

Mrs. Jacqueline S. Hunt

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Adams

Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Butler III

Dr. and Mrs. James T. Dobbins, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gibbs

Ms. Edy C. Hurdle

Mrs. Eben A. Alexander, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Carlisle, Jr.

Downtown Winston-Salem Partnership, Inc.

Mrs. James K. Glenn

Mr. and Mrs. Orman D. Hutcherson

Mr. and Mrs. Archie G. Allen, Jr.

Mr. Coy C. Carpenter, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Duckett

Dr. and Mrs. Louis N. Gottlieb

Mr. James M. Iseman, Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. David H. Allen

Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Carter, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Dull, Jr.

Mr. Howard Gray

Dr. and Mrs. Ali Jarrahi

Dr. and Ms. Harvey H. Allen, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Jere Carter

Ms. Nancy Dunn

Mr. Thomas A. Gray

Mrs. F. Gaither Jenkins

Mr. Miller Allen

Mr. Allen R. Chauvenet

Ms. Phyllis H. Dunning

Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Gwyn

Ms. Kay B. Johnson

Ms. Gayle N. Anderson

Mr. and Mrs. Harris F. Clein

Mr. and Mrs. C. Dorsey Dyer, Jr.

Mrs. Perry G. Harmon

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Johnson

Dr. and Mrs. Philip R. Aronson

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Clein

Dr. and Mrs. William Elesha

Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Harrell

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas S. Jones

Mrs. Ira W. Baity, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. D. Elwood Clinard, Jr.

Mrs. John D. Eller, Jr.

Ms. Jane B. Harris

Ms. Lucy Kaplan

Mr. and Mrs. William P. Baldridge

Mrs. Sophia S. Cody

Mrs. Elizabeth Ervin

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis G. Hatchell

Ms. Elizabeth B. Keiger

Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Baldwin III

Mr. and Mrs. W. Andrew Copenhaver

Mrs. John H. Felts

Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Haver

Dr. and Mrs. David L. Kelly, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ballard

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Cotterill

Mr. and Mrs. Ben H. Fishel, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Hedgpeth II

Ms. Mona Ketner

Bank of America Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott Cramer

Mrs. William S. Fisher, Jr.

Mrs. Martha M. Higginbotham

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Keyzer

Mr. and Mrs. G. Thomas Battle

Mrs. Cortlandt P. Creech

Dr. and Mrs. Paolo Flezzani

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Hobbs

Mr. and Mrs. Joe King

Mrs. and Mrs. Andrew B. Beattie

Mr. and Mrs. O. Roane Cross, Jr.

Mr. Fred Folger, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Hohman

Mr. and Mrs. Walter King

Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Bell

Mr. and Mrs. Marcus B. Crotts

Ms. Della H. Franklin

Mrs. William E. Hollan, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Kluttz

Mrs. Jean S. Blanton

Mrs. Viola Crump

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Freeman

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Holmes, Jr.

Dr. Nola Reed Knouse

Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Blount

Mrs. Mary H. Dalton

Ms. Judith W. Freeman

Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Holsapple

Mr. and Mrs. B. Thomas Lawson, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Brady

Daniel Professional Group, Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Friedman

Mrs. E. R. Howard

Mr. Joseph P. Logan

Mr. Anthony H. Brett

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Davis III

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Furr

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Huber

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald H. Long

Mr. H. Michael Britt

Dr. and Mrs. Wayne E. Davis

Ms. Cornelia Mason Garber

Dr. Larry Hungerford

Mrs. Margaret Rose Long

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PHILANTHROPISTS ~ LESS THAN $500 Mr. John H. Loughridge, Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. Lewis H. Nelson III

Mr. and Mrs. Richard O. Rogers III

Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Stokes

Mr. George B. Whitaker III

Mrs. John Mann

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Newman

Dr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Roy

Mrs. Claude B. Strickland, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Whitaker, Jr.

Ms. Nancy S. Marshall

Mr. T. R. Nicholson

Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Sanders Jr.

Mrs. Lois H. Stuart

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred M. White

Dr. and Mrs. Donald L. Martin, Jr.

Mr. Paul Norby

Mrs. William H. Sarle

Mrs. Sam P. Stuart

Mr. and Mrs. Scott F. Wierman

Dr. and Mrs. C. Douglas Maynard

Ms. Marjorie Northup

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Saunders

Dr. and Mrs. Charles V. Taft

Mr. and Mrs. J. Tracy Wilkerson

Ms. Carolyn McBride

Mrs. Algine Neely Ogburn

Mrs. C. G. Sawyer

Mr. and Mrs. William C. Thacker

Mr. J. Lanier Williams

Dr. and Mrs. William McCall, Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. T. Michael O’Shea, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Jerrold Schwartz

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Thomas

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Willingham

Dr. James A. McCool

Mrs. Ben C. Paden, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Shaffner II

Mr. and Mrs. Ben W. Thomason, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Ben S. Willis, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne D. McGrew

Parrish Consulting

Mr. James Shaw

Ms. Ann M. Tillett

Mrs. John H. Winder

Mr. and Mrs. John B. McKinnon

Mr. and Mrs. John Patrick

Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Shore, Jr.

Ms. Camille H. Townsend

Mr. and Mrs. James Winslow

Mrs. John F. McNair III

Mrs. Clifford W. Perry

Ms. Mae J. Shores

Ms. Suzanne Trask

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Wolfe III

Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Memory

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin G. Pettit

Mr. and Mrs. J. Todd Slate

Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Trawick

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Womble

Dr. and Mrs. Henry S. Miller

Ms. Susan Pfefferkorn

Ms. Adelia E. Smitherman

Mr. Erling S. Tronnes

Mr. and Mrs. Hal G. Worley

Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Miller

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Phelps

Mr. Frank L. Smith

Dr. and Mrs. Jaime E. Trujillo

Wrinkle Point Association

Ms. Ellen N. Monahan

Mrs. Clifton E. Pleasants

Mr. and Mrs. A. Zachary Smith III

Dr. Roy E. Truslow

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Yarbrough, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Moore, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. C. Edward Pleasants, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. R. Arthur Spaugh, Jr.

Mrs. Charles F. Vance, Jr.

Mr. Karl Yena

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth F. Mountcastle, Jr.

Donna and Martin Rader

Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Sprinkle, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Stuart F. Vaughn

Dr. and Mrs. Ernest H. Yount

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Munden

Mr. and Mrs. George A. Ragland

Sprinkle Foot & Ankle Center, PA

Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Virgin

Mr. and Mrs. R. Frank Murphy

Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Rickert

Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Starbuck

Mr. William R. Wallace, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Myers

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Robins

Mrs. Ralph M. Stockton, Jr.

Ms. Clare Wallace

Mr. and Mrs. David B. Neal

Mr. and Mrs. E. Norwood Robinson

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stockton

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. West


DONORS INCLUDED IN THESE PAGES are the names of those who have made gifts to the Foundation in 2005. We are grateful for these gifts, as is the community — for the smallest and the largest. Collectively they prove that the Foundation’s mission statement — to invest in our community by making philanthropy and its benefits available to all — is alive. AC Corporation

Mr. Malcolm M. Anderson, Jr.

Ms. Dorothy K. Baity

Dr. and Mrs. Edward S. Beason

Ms. Yvonne H. Bethea

Acme-McCrary Corporation

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Anderson

Christopher N. Baker

Mrs. Mary Allen Beatty

Mr. and Mrs. James C. Bethune

Ms. Katherine Acton and Mr. Jerry Smith

Mr. and Mrs. James N. Andrews

Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Baker, Jr.

Judge and Mrs. James A. Beaty, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. H. Lee Bettis, Jr.

Mr. Alfred G. Adams

Angels Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. William P. Baldridge

Ms. Miriam B. Beauchamp

Ms. Sami O. Bills

Dr. Sandra P. Adams

Animal Hospital of Nags Head

Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Baldwin III

Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Beaudin

Mr. and Mrs. R. Gordon Bingham

Ms. M. Hope Adkins

Ms. Karen M. Appert

Mr. and Mrs. Garza Baldwin

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bechtel

Mr. Richard W. Blackburn

Dr. and Mrs. Harley P. Affeldt

Dr. and Mrs. William B. Applegate

Mrs. Glenn Baldwin

Ms. Betsy Beebe

Mr. and Mrs. W. Stanley Blackburn

Dr. and Mrs. David A. Albertson

Arcadis

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Ball

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Beier

Ms. Hannah Albertson

Dr. and Mrs. Guy Arcuri

Bank of America Foundation

Ms. Christine Belcik-Griffith

Mr. Stephen Blacklocks and Ms. Jerri-Lynn Scofield

Ms. Martha Albertson

Ardmore Community Club

Mr. and Mrs. James B. Banks

Bell Davis & Pitt, PA

Mr. William U. Albright

Ardmore Neighborhood Association

Ms. Margretta Barbee

Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Bell, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Cantey Alexander

Ms. Jane H. Armfield

Ms. Virginia Barbour

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bell

Dr. Karen P. Alexander

Mr. Douglas Arnold and Ms. Lynn Calhoun

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Barger

Ms. Kathryn Gilmore Bell

Mr. Miles J. Alexander

Artemis Trustees Limited

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Barksdale

Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Bell

Mr. and Mrs. R. Lewis Alexander

Ashe County Public Library

Mr. Howard E. Barnes

BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc.

Mr. Ralph B. Alexander

Asheville Cardiology Associates

Ms. Phyllis M. Barnes

Ms. Marylou Bembe

Alfred Williams & Company

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Ashman

Mrs. Amy P. Barnhardt

Mr. John D. Benbow

Mr. and Mrs. Archie G. Allen, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome H. Askew, Sr.

Mr. Henry G. Barnhill, Jr.

Ms. Marinn Bengel

Dr. and Mrs. Elms L. Allen

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Atkinson

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Barnhill, Jr.

Ms. Barbara M. Bennett

Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Allen, Jr.

Atlas-Stord, Inc.

Mrs. Harold M. Barrow

Mr. and Mrs. Bert L. Bennett

Ms. Marchelle I. Allen

Mr. and Mrs. Dan W. Austell

Mr. Kyle D. Bartel

Mr. and Mrs. Graham F. Bennett

Ms. Mary Alice Allen

Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Austell

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Bassett IV

Dr. John N. Bennett

Mr. Ross Owen Allen

Authorized Inspection Company, Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt Bassett

Mr. and Mrs. Richard V. Bennett

Mr. and Dr. Warren B. Allen

Mr. G. A. Avram

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall B Bass

Mr. Terry Benson

Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Alspaugh

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce M. Babcock

Mr. Theron H. Bass, Jr.

Mr. Paul A. Berberian

Amarr Garage Doors

Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation

Dr. and Mrs. Cyrus W. Bazemore, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Berenson

American College of Clinicians Inc.

Friends of Zack H. Bacon

BB&T

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Berlin

Amos Cottage Inc.

Mr. Bart Bacon

BB&T Charitable Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. William P. Berry

Mr. John C. Ancona

Ms. Eve J. Bacon

Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Beach

Mr. and Mrs. Parks I. Berryhill, Jr.

Mr. Douglas E. Anderson

Dr. Khosrow Bahrani

Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Beals

Mr. Daniel V. Besse

Ms. Deborah O. Anderson

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bailey

Mr. Richard Bean

Dr. Kenneth W. Best

Ms. Laura Anderson

Mrs. Ira W. Baity, Jr.

Ms. Barbara V. Bear

Beta Sigma Phi

Mrs. Oleta Blalock Mr. and Mrs. David Blanco Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Bland Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bland Mr. S. P. Blankenship Rev. and Mrs. Joseph J. Blankinship Ms. Mary Jo Blevins Mrs. DeDe Bloodworth Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Blount Mr. and Mrs. Morris A. Blount, Sr. Blue Ridge Electric Membership Corporation Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation Frank L. Blum Construction Company Mr. Ben Mayo Boddie Ms. Lisa S. Bodenheimer Mr. and Mrs. T. Gray Bodford Mr. Richard L. Boger Mr. and Mrs. Don Bolen Mrs. Geneva Bolen Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Booke Mr. Henry M. Booke, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Sam L. Booke, Jr. Ms. Jerre D. Boren

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Donors ~ continued from previous page Mr. Fred Boring and Ms. Jane Hobson

Ms. Martha S. Brown

Dr. and Mrs. S. M. Byrd

Mr. Steve Cavanaugh

City of Winston-Salem

Mr. Michael Borrico

Mr. Michael Brown

C & H Insulation Services

Mr. and Mrs. Hobart G. Cawood

Ms. Frances A. Clanton

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney S. Bost, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Rodney C. Brown

Ms. Susan A. Cahoon

Mr. M. Campbell Cawood

Dr. and Mrs. Bruce Clapp

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin E. Bouldin, Jr.

Mr. Ray Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Caldwell

Dr. and Mrs. Frank Celestino

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Clark

Ms. Marjorie Boulware

Mr. and Mrs. Royall R. Brown, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Rence Callahan

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Ceneviva

Ms. Suzanne C. Clark

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bozymski

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen B. Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Calloway, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Lee A. Chaden

Mr. and Mrs. W. Donn Clark

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Brackney

Mr. and Mrs. Walter N. Brown

Mr. G. H. Campbell

Mr. and Mrs. W. Kendall Chalk

Mr. Walter Clark

Reverend and Mrs. Michael Bradshaw

Mrs. Winanne C. Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Simon Cann

Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Chambers

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Clark

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Brady

Senator and Mrs. James T. Broyhill

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Cannon

Mr. Ricky Chamra

Mr. William L. Clement

Dr. and Mrs. Phillip M. Brame

Broyhill Family Foundation

Cannon & Company LLP

Dr. and Mrs. Dudley C. Chandler, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. D. Elwood Clinard, Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. J. David Branch

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bruce

Mr. Edwin J. Canter

Ms. Toni A. Chandler

Ms. Margaret M. Clymer

Dr. Stan Branch

Mr. Craig G. Bruno

Ms. Tracy W. Cardwell

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Chapman

Mr. and Mrs. Kelvin A. Coaxum

Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Brandon

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bryan, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon R. Carey

The Chapman Company

Mr. and Mrs. John Cobb, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Branen

Mr. and Mrs. William L. Bryant

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Carlisle, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Charles

Mr. Jonathan Cobb

Mr. Thomas M. Brantley

Mr. Marc Bryson

Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Carlson

Mr. John B. Charles

Ms. Kelly L. Cobb

Mr. and Mrs. James Braxton

Ms. Borgia Buckler

Carolina Logistics Services, Incorporated

Ms. Sonya Charles

Ms. Jane L. Cochrane

Mr. Paul D. Breedlove, Sr.

The Budd Group

Mr. Coy C. Carpenter, Jr.

Mrs. Norma Charles-Sink

Mrs. Sophia S. Cody

Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul Breitbach

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Budd

Ms. Maureen L. Carpenter

Chatham Family Charitable Trust

Ms. Deborah Cole

Mr. and Mrs. James T. Brewer

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Budd

Mr. and Mrs. Austin H. Carr

Mrs. Barbara F. Chatham

Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. Cole

Mr. and Mrs. Joe O. Brewer

Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Budd

Ms. Irene Carraway

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chatham

Rev. and Mrs. E. Dudley Colhoun

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Brinkley

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Budd

Mr. and Mrs. Demarcus Carroll

Mr. Fred Chatham

Mr. Bruce D. Colley

Mr. Stacy Brinson

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Bullock

Mr. Mark B. Carroll

The Chatham Family Charitable Trust

Mr. A. L. Collins

Mr. H. Michael Britt

Mrs. Frances K. Bunn

Mrs. Nancy C. Carroll

Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Chatham III

Concept Arc International PLLC

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Britton

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Bunn III

Mrs. William H. Carr

Mr. Allen R. Chauvenet

Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Conger

Carolyn & Kenneth D. Brody Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Greig T. Burdick

Mr. J. Tim Carssow

Mrs. Janie Chavis-Lucas

Ms. Alana E. Conley

Mr. Homer Brookshire

Rev. and Mrs. D. Wayne Burkette

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Carter

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cheek

Mr. and Mrs. Sal Contino

Mr. Ernest Broom

Ms. Joann B. Burnette

Mr. James H. Carter, Jr.

Mr. Jack A. Cheek, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Barry L. Cook

Mr. and Mrs. David P. Broughton

Reverend David H. Burr

Mr. and Mrs. Martin R. Carter

Mr. Paul W. Chellgren

Mr. and Mrs. Clayton B. Cooke

Mr. Bruce T. Brown

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Burress III

Ms. Peggy C. Carter

The Children’s Center

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Cook

Mr. Chancel T. Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Blaine K. Burton

Mr. and Mrs. William Casey

Mr. George M. Chitty

Mr. Robert J. Cooney

Mr. and Mrs. David Brown

Ms. Robin N. Buskey

Mr. D. Christopher Cash

Ms. Dena Christine

Mr. and Mrs. E. Ray Cope

Mr. H. Andrew Brown III

Reverend Lloyd Butler, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cassavell

The Christopher Fund

Mr. and Mrs. W. Andrew Copenhaver

Mr. and Mrs. J. Dayton Brown

Ms. Susan B. Butler

Mr. and Mrs. David E. Cassels

Ms. Cindy Christopher

Mr. James R. Copland III

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey C. Brown

Ms. Kathy B. Byerly

Mr. Bernard Casterlow

Mr. and Mrs. F. Hudnall Christopher, Jr.

Mr. A. Robert Cordell, Jr.

Ms. Kay Speas Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Christian Byrd

Mr. Walter B. Cates

Mr. Jeff Christopher

Dr. A. Robert Cordell, Sr.

Ms. Kirby C. Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Byrd

Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Caudill

Mr. Robert H. Christy, Jr.

Ms. Nicole Corn

Dr. and Mrs. Malcolm Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Byrd

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Caudle, Jr.

The Citadel Brigadier Foundation, Inc.

Mr. Danny R. Cornelius

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Donors ~ continued from previous page Ms. Faye S. Cornelius

Mr. Kenneth G. Davenport

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Diggs

Mr. Lewis Yeamens Dunn

Ms. Diana Y. Essick

Mr. and Mrs. Wade L. Cornelius

Ms. Barbara Davis and Mr. Larry Shelton

Mr. Wynne C. Dillon

Mr. Mike Dunn

Ms. Michelle L. Essick

CornerCap Investment Counsel

Dr. and Mrs. Courtland H. Davis, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dinning

Ms. Nancy Dunn

Estate of Mary Louise Powers

Mr. Harry Corpening

Mr. Chadwick D. Davis

Discovery Alliance

Mr. Noel Lee Dunn

Estate of Jessie Oleita Johnson Stone

Mrs. Wayne A. Corpening

Davis Charitable Lead Trust

Mr. Donald O. Dixon

Mr. and Mrs. Julian F. Dunton

Estate of Spencer and Nell Waggoner

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Corrigan, Jr.

Ms. Donna S. Davis

Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson M. Dixon

Mrs. Dorothy D. Dupree

Ms. Anne W. Evans

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Cotterill

Mr. Egbert L. Davis, Jr.

Ms. Yvonne M. Dixon

Mr. and Mrs. Erik Durchman

Mr. and Mrs. Carlos E. Evans

Mrs. Nettie Toomer Council

Ms. E. Marie Davis

Mr. and Mrs. Warren Dobbins

Ms. Evelyn M. Durham

Ms. Charlene Ewing

Ms. Keira Coverdale

Mr. G. Franklin Davis

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Dockery

Ms. Mignon Durham

Excalibur Enterprises, Inc.

Lt. General and Mrs. Robert F. Coverdale

Mr. and Mrs. H. Lee Davis, Jr.

Mrs. N. W. Dockery, Jr.

Mr. J. Allen Dyer

Ms. Robin L. Faggart

Mr. Ned Covington

Mr. and Mrs. John N. Davis III

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Donahue

Ms. Catherine G. Eades

Mr. Clifford A. Faille

Dr. Sharon Covitz and Dr. Wesley Covitz

Mr. Jimmy H. Davis

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Donald

Eagan and Sons

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Farmer, Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Cowan

Ms. JoAnn E. Davis

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Doster

East Forsyth High School

Mr. and Mrs. James G. Farmer

Ms. Phyllis S. Cowell

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Davis III

Mr. and Mrs. S. Mark Doughton

ECU PA Alumni

Faw Family Philanthropic Trust

Ms. Gregory Anne Cox and Mr. Mark Offley

Mrs. Marie W. Davis

Mr. and Mrs. G. Walker Douglas

ECU PA Class of 2006

Ms. Elizabeth L. Fenwick

Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott Cramer

Mr. Oscar S. Davis

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Douglas

ECU PA Class of 2007

Ms. Dinah Ferguson

Ms. Jane Craven

Mr. Richard N. Davis

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Douglas III

Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Eddington

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ferguson

Mr. and Mrs. C. Penn Craver, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses Davis

Mr. and Mrs. Terry Dover

Ms. Margery A. Edgerton

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Ferguson

Mrs. Elizabeth W. Crockett

Mr. and Mrs. William K. Davis

Ms. Michelle Dowdall

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas L. Edgeton

Mr. and Mrs. James L. Ferrell

Crosby Scholars Community Partnership

Mrs. William A. Davis II

Mrs. A. Bradley Dozier

Mr. and Mrs. David Edwards

Mr. and Mrs. Terry R. Fields

Mr. and Mrs. C. Douglas Cross

Mr. and Mrs. John T. Dawson, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Graham P. Dozier III

Dr. and Mrs. Palmer Edwards

Ms. Elizabeth R. Fields

Crotts & Saunders Engineering, Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. William Dean

Mr. Ron Drago

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Edwards

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Filipowski

Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Crowder Jr.

Dean and Deluca Wine Room

Ms. Emma Gray Drew

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Egleston

Ms. Mary Finch

Ms. Lila J. Cruikshank

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Deason, Jr.

Driscoll Group

Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Eidson

Mr. Edward S. Finley

Mr. and Mrs. R. Perry Crutchfield

Mr. and Mrs. J. Carlton Deaton

Mr. and Mrs. Dale E. Driscoll

Mr. and Mrs. James C. Eisenach

Ms. Mary Elmore Finley

Ms. Susan K. Culler

Mr. Charles W. DeBell

Mr. Frank E. Driscoll

Mrs. Lynn Eisenberg

First Baptist Church

Ms. Elaine S. Culley

Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. DeForest III

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Drozen

Mrs. John D. Eller, Jr.

Mr. Bruce W. Fishel

Mr. Jerry Cummings

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Deleot

Mr. Glenn Dubin

Ms. Marilyn Layton Ellerbe

Mr. William C. Fisher

Mr. and Mrs. Hermon Cunningham

Mrs. Anne M. Dellinger

Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Duckett

Ms. Inez C. Elliott

Mr. Harry Q. Fitzgerald

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cunningham

Delta Kappa Gamma/Zeta Chapter

Mr. James J. Dudek

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Elliott, Jr.

Ms. Marilyn Fitzgerald

Mr. Darrin G. Cutrell

Mr. Robert D. Denham

Mr. and Mrs. W. Russell Duke, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Larry E. Elliott

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Flanders

Dairy Fresh, LLC

Mr. Danny L. Dennis

Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Dull, Jr.

Nancy Elliott and Bob Adams

Mr. Russell Fletcher

Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Dalton

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Derick

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Dull

Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Elster

Ms. Alma C. Flood

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery W. Dangel

Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Jayson Duncan

Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Engram

Dr. Jim Florack and Ms. Bridget Florack

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Daniel

Ms. Evelyn Johnson Devane

Mr. Harold F. Dunevant

Dr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Erlandson

Flow Companies, Inc.

Daniel Professional Group, Inc.

Ms. Margaret Devries

Ms. Emily J. Dunn

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Esch

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Flow

DataMax Corporation

Dr. and Mrs. James P. Dickerson

Mrs. John O. Dunn

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Eshelman

Mr. and Mrs. Victor I. Flow, Jr.

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Donors ~ continued from previous page Ms. Judy C. Fogleman

Ms. Cornelia Mason Garber

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gottlieb

Mr. Richard V. Haar, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Harrell

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Folger

Garden Club Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County

Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Gottlieb

Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth County, Inc.

Mr. Stanton Randy Harrill

Mr. Vergil H. Gough

Dr. Thomas J. Hagan

Mrs. Ivah K. Harris

Grace, Holton, Tisdale & Clifton, PA

Ms. Vera Hale

Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Harris

Mr. and Mrs. J. Conrad Graham

Mr. and Mrs. James K. Haley

Ms. Janet Harris

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Graham

Mr. Eugene Haley

Mr. Keith Harris

Mr. and Mrs. William T. Graham

Ms. Blaine P. Hall

Mr. Nat T. Harris

Dr. Carol L. Grahl

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hall

Mr. J. Frank Harrison III

Mr. and Mrs. W. Patrick Grantham

Ms. Diana F. Halstead

Mr. and Mrs. John Harrison

Granville Medical Center

Mrs. John W. Halverson

Mr. and Mrs. Lott G. Harrison, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Claude E. Hamilton

Mrs. Claude B. Hart

Ms. Catherine W. Gary

Grassroots Group for Peter Perret Scholarship Fund

Mr. James R. Hamilton

Mr. and Mrs. R. Dean Hartgrove

Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Gash

Mrs. Kathryn Hanes Graves

Mr. Larry E. Hamilton

Hartgrove Lawn Care

Gaston Medical Group, P.A.

Ms. C. Joan Gray

Mrs. Sarah F. Hamlin

Ms. Ruth R. Hartle

Mr. Thomas E. Gatewood, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Hunter C. Gray

Mr. and Mrs. Billy J. Hammond

Ms. Virginia S. Hart

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Gauss

Mr. Howard Gray

Mr. and Mrs. J. Andrews Hancock III

Mr. William A. Hart

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Gay III

Howard Gray Charitable Lead Unitrust

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Hancock, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Harvey III

Mr. Jerry Gay

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry R. Gray

Frank B. Hanes Charitable Lead Trust

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hastings

Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Geiger

Ms. Jane C. Gray

Mr. and Mrs. F. Borden Hanes, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis G. Hatchell

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Geiger

James A. Gray High School Class of 1957

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Borden Hanes, Sr.

Ms. Sharon Haugen

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Gfeller

Mr. and Mrs. Lyons Gray

Hanes Companies, Inc. Foundation

Ms. Mary K. Haus

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Gibbs

Mr. and Mrs. Murray C. Greason, Jr.

Mrs. Gordon Hanes

Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Hauser

Mr. Eric B. Giles

Mr. and Mrs. Craig Green

Mr. and Mrs. James G. Hanes III

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hauser

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Glabman

Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Greene, Jr.

James G. Hanes Memorial Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick E. Hawks

Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Glaze

Dr. and Mrs. Gary M. Green

John W. and Anna H. Hanes Foundation

Mr. Peter Ellis Hawley

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Goins III

Ms. Kelly Green

Mr. and Mrs. R. Philip Hanes, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Culous M. Hayes, Jr.

Mr. Ernest G. Golding

Mr. and Mrs. James K. Greenwood

Ms. Robin M. Hanes

Mr. Kenneth L. Hayes

Mr. and Mrs. R. Fletcher Good IV

Mr. and Mrs. Harlon Gregory

Mr. and Mrs. William M. Hanes III

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew G. Hayes

Reverend Donald P. Goodheart

Ms. Nancy Griffith

Mr. Joseph J. Harand

Mr. Randall K. Hayes

Ms. Shirley L. Goodman

Ms. Sheila Gringley

Ms. Lynn Harand

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Hayes

Ms. Stephanie Goodman

Mrs. Pecolia J. Grove

Mrs. Iva S. Haraway

Ms. Juanita Hearn

Ms. Jane Goodson

Mr. and Mrs. Kirk D. Gulden

Ms. Anno M. Hardage

Mr. Jerry Heath

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O. Goodson

Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Gunter

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harding

Ms. Jennifer Hedgepeth

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Goodson, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Gerard R. Gunzenhauser

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Hardison III

Dr. and Mrs. Richard E. Hedrick, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs William A. Goodson III

Ms. Martha T. Gwyn

Ms. Gena Hargis

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Heilman

Mr. Robert F. Goodwin

Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Gwyn

Mr. and Mrs. R. Bruce Harman

Mr. Spencer A. Heisey

Dr. and Mrs. Louis N. Gottlieb

Dr. and Mrs. Paul P. Gwyn

Mr. and Mrs. Lars Harper

Mr. and Mrs. W. Bradley Helms

Mr. Ron Foltz Mr. Walter T. Forbes Ms. Alberta Ford Mr. and Mrs. James L. Ford Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Ford Dr. and Mrs. Robert V. Ford, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Yancey W. Ford Jr. Mr. George S. Forester, Jr. Mr. Kendall M. Forester Forsyth County Development Corp. Forsyth County Government Center Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Fortune Mr. and Mrs. Arlie O. Foster Ms. Frances M. Foster Mr. Ron Foster Mr. and Mrs. T. Vernon Foster Mr. and Mrs. James R. Fox Ms. Denise Franklin Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Frazier Ms. Katrina Frazier-Smith Mr. and Mrs. William H. Freeman Mr. and Mrs. Keith E. Freitag Ms. Erika Friedel Ms. Victoria Friendly Ms. Sherri Frith Ms. Ila Frye Ms. Mildred B. Frye Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Fuller Mr. and Mrs. Winn Fuller Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fulton, Jr. Ms. Bernice Gaither Mr. James A. Gallaher Mr. and Mrs. John K. Gallaher Mr. and Mrs. Alex H. Galloway, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James G. Galloway, Jr.

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Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gardner Ava Gardner Trust Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Garke Ms. Kathryn W. Garner Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Garner Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Garrison Mr. and Mrs. Miller Garrison Mr. and Mrs. John L. W. Garrou


Donors ~ continued from previous page Mr. and Mrs. Steve A. Helton

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Hohman

Mr. and Mrs. G. Dudley Humphrey

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jenkins, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Karahalios

Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Hemrick

Holden Development and Marketing

Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Humphrey

Ms. Evelyn Jernigan

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Karrets

Ms. Ruth V. Henderson

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Holden

Ms. Frances C. Hunter

Mr. Robert S. Jewell

Ms. Rachel Katzer

Ms. Susan L. Henderson

Ms. Peggy E. Holden

Mr. John F. Hunter

Jewell Interiors

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Katz

Ms. Marjorie Hendrix

Holder Construction Company

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Hunter, Jr.

Mr. Robert S. Jewell, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Marc Katz

Mr. Paul C. Hendrix

Mrs. William E. Hollan, Sr.

Mr. John W. Hunt

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Johnsen

Mr. and Mrs. William B. Kay, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Hennessee

Mr. James M. Holland

Mr. and Mrs. Spencer C. Hunt

Mr. Charles Johnson

Ms. Gerrie F. Keener

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Herring

Ms. Kate E. Holland

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Hunt

Mr. Dan R. Johnson

Mrs. J. Lee Keiger, Jr.

Hess Foundation, Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Hollan, Jr.

Ms. Chanda C. Hurms

Mrs. Dell C. Johnson

Ms. Sherry A. Kellett

Ms. Kathleen W. Hewitt

Mr. Robert H. Holliday, Jr.

Ms. Carolyn M. Huskey

Mrs. F. C. Johnson

Mr. Scott Kellum

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hicks

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Holmes, Jr.

Ms. Sandra M. Hutchens

Mr. Frank N. Johnson

Dr. and Mrs. David L. Kelly, Jr.

Ms. Betty J. Higginbotham

Ms. Nancy R. Holt

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ibsen

Ms. Jane S. Johnson

Ms. Elizabeth Kelly

Mr. and Mrs. Tyler W. Highfill

Mr. Ralph H. Holthouser

Indian Land Fl, LLC

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey S. Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Stanhope A. Kelly

Highland Builders Supply, Inc.

Dr. and Mrs. Gregory G. Holthusen

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Johnson

Dr. and Mrs. Charles L. Kennedy

Highland Presbyterian Church

Mr. Martin L. Holton III

ING Community and Volunteer Matching Gifts Program

Mr. and Mrs. Jon L. Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Kepley, Jr.

Highwoods Realty Ltd. Partnership

Ms. Ellen V. Holzgrefe

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Johnson

Mrs. Mary R. Kerr

Mrs. Dorothy M. Hill

Mr. Ulyssee Hood

Mr. Mark E. Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Kidd

Mr. Ron Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Brian T. Kielty

Ms. Ruth Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Kielty

T. E. Johnson & Sons

Mr. Eaddo Hayes Kiernan

Ms. Anne Coggan Johnston

Mr. Gregory F. Kiernan

Mr. Robert T. Johnston

Mr. John S. Kiernan

Mr. and Mrs. Allen Joines

Mr. and Mrs. Kemper L. Kiger

Dr. and Mrs. Beverly N. Jones III

Mr. Mickey W. Kiger

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Jones

Ms. Eva M. Kiger

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas S. Jones

Kilpatrick Stockton L.L.P.

Mr. and Mrs. Halbert M. Jones, Jr.

Martin Kilpatrick Table Tennis Company

Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Jones

Ms. Michelle Kim and Ms. Norma Wilkes

Ms. Mary W. Jones

Mr. and Mrs. D. Gray Kimel, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Jones, Jr.

Mr. Brent B. Kincaid

Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Jones

Mr. and Mrs. Kent Kincaid

Mr. Robert M. Jones

Dr. and Mrs. Arthur T. King

Mr. Stephen L. Jones

Ms. Bonnie King

Mr. Halldor Jonsson

Ms. Earline heath King

Dr. and Mrs. Frederic Kahl

Mr. Robert S. Kirby

Mr. and Mrs. George T. Kaloyannides

Mrs. Haddon S. Kirk, Jr.

Ms. Lucy Kaplan

Dr. M. Lee Kirsch

Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Hill, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hooks

Mr. and Mrs. Harrell B. Hill

Mr. and Mrs. Booker Hopkins, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Hina

Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Horrigan, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge G. Hinkle

Mrs. Hamilton C. Horton, Jr.

Hinshaw, Jacobs and Thornton, LLP

Ms. Jamie R. Hosseinian

Mr. David C. Hinton, CPA

Mr. and Mrs. John Houbolt

Mr. Robert T. Hitchcock

Mr. C. Royce Hough

Mr. George C. Hixon

Dr. William A. Hough III

Ms. Jane Hixon and Mr. Ron Morgan

Mr. Albert C. House III

Mr. Joseph M. Hixon

Housing Authority of Winston-Salem

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Hobbs

Mrs. E. R. Howard

Ms. Dorothy J. Hobgood

Mr. and Mrs. Jackson S. Hoyle

Mr. Fred Colby Hobson, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hubbard

Mrs. Walter M. Hobson

Mr. Julius C. Hubbard, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Latham P. Hodges

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Huber

Mr. David Brent Hodgson

Mr. Stanley Huck and Mr. Kenneth Martin

Mr. Brian Hodshon

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Huffman

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hoell

Mr. Bo Hughes and Ms. Carol Frye

Ms. Margaret Ann Hofler

Mrs. Dorothy Hughes

Mr. Frank R. Hoguet

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Hughes

Inmar Enterprises, Inc. International Sports Properties, Inc. I-10 Family Clinic Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ireland II Mr. and Mrs. David A. Irvin Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Irvin Ms. Annie Wade Irving Mr. Ted Irvin Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Irwin Mr. and Mrs. David Jacobius Dr. and Mrs. Francis M. James III Ms. Judy and Kinsley James Mr. Thomas L. James Dr. and Mrs. Richard Janeway Mr. and Mrs. Matthew D. Jarmond, Jr. Ms. Betty F. Jarrell Ms. Mary R. Jarrell JDL Castle Corp Mr. Arthur L. Jefferson Mr. and Mrs. Michael Jeffery Mr. Charles Jenkins and Ms. Susan Nash Mr. and Mrs. James A. Jenkins

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Donors ~ continued from previous page Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Kiser

Mr. Allen W. Lease

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest V. Logemann

Mr. and Mrs. Harrison L. Marshall

Mr. W. Michael McDonald

Mr. and Mrs. Walt Klein

Mrs. Faye M. Leavy

I L Long Construction Co., Inc.

Ms. Tamara Marshall-Jones

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stewart McGill

Ms. Pamela A. Knopf

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas E. Leckie, Jr.

Mr. C. T. Long

Ms. Lucia J. Marshall

Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. McGinn, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Knott

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Lee

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald H. Long

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Marszalek

Mr. Steven McGinnis

Mr. and Mrs. Wyck A. Knox, Jr.

Mr. Robert E. Lee III

Mr. and Mrs. Matt R. Long, Jr.

Mrs. Edwin H. Martinat

Mr. and Mrs. Dan McGrew

Mrs. Margaret Kolb

Ms. Tami A. Lee

Mrs. Margaret Rose Long

Dr. and Mrs. Donald L. Martin, Jr.

Mr. A. D. McGuire, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Horace Robinson Kornegay, Jr.

Legatus Foundation

Mr. T. Shawn Long

Ms. Edna Martin

Ms. Leslie Wagstaff McKay

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Kostelnik

Ms. Rebecca A. Lehman

Ms. Wendy M. Long

Ms. Evelyn Martin

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ray McKinney

Mr. Paul Koulouris

Mrs. Annette M. Leight

Mr. Peter Lopes

Dr. Harold L. Martin, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Emm McKinnon

Ms. Mary J. Kroohs

Mrs. Margaret G. Leight

Mr. John C. Lord

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Martin

Mr. and Mrs. John B. McKinnon

Ms. Judith D. Kuhn

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Lentz

Mr. and Mrs. William C. Lorentz

Mr. James J. Martin

Mr. Greg McKnight and Mr. Steven McGinnis

Ms. Brenda Kulp

Mr. Christopher E. Leon

Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Lott

Mr. James P. Martin

Ms. Sally Rider McLeod

Mr. Petro Kulynych

Mrs. E. L. Leonard

Mr. John H. Loughridge, Jr.

Ms. Jealone M. Martin

Mr. and Mrs. Claude E. McMullen

Kulynych Family Foundation II, Inc.

Mr. R. Michael Leonard

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Lovett

Mr. and Mrs. Leighton W. Martin

Mr. Jason McMurray

R. L. Kunz, Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. A. Thad Lewallen III

Ms. Gladys Lowe

Mr. Peter Martin

Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. McNair, Jr.

Ms. Wanda Ladd

Lewandowski Architecture

Mrs. Martha D. Lowrance

Dr. Richard S. Marx

Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank McNair IV

Mr. and Mrs. J. Gilmour Lake

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Lewis

Ms. Gail Lybrook

Dr. and Mrs. John A. Maselli

Mrs. C. C. McNeely, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold N. Lakey

Mr. and Mrs. M. Richard Lewis, Jr.

Mr. Kenneth W. Lyles

Mrs. Barbara Masi

Mr. Mike McNeil

Mr. Donny C. Lambeth

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Lewis

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Lynch III

Master Counsel & Associates, Inc.

Dr. Karen McNeil-Miller

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Lambeth

Lewisville Motor Company, Inc.

Lyndhurst Gynecological Associates

Mrs. Mildred Matthews

Mr. and Mrs. John H. McPherson

Mr. James Lambie and Ms. Libba Evans

Lexington State Bank

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Lytle

Mr. Timothy Matthews

Mr. and Mrs. Michael McWhorter

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lamy

Ms. Melissa O. Lieu

Mr. and Mrs. William MacKay

Mrs. Grace Frank Mayberry

Dr. and Mrs. William E. Means

Ms. Barbara Lancaster

Ms. Rachel H. Lineberry

Mr. Ronald Macklin

Dr. and Mrs. C. Douglas Maynard

Mr. G. Allen Mebane

Ms. Sarah Lancaster

Ms. Sallye A. Liner

Ms. Marti Macon and Mr. Bryan Macon

Ms. Katherine Clay Mazzoli

Mrs. Betty Mebane

Mr. W. Kenneth Land, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. David M. Linton

Magnolia Residential Investors LLC

Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie J. McAllister

Mechanical Systems & Services, Inc.

Ms. Celesta W. Lane

Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Linville

Ms. Janet Malkemes

Mr. Lonnie J. McAllister II

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Medlin, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lane

Ms. Dixie H. Linville

Ms. Rebekah N. Malkemes

Ms. Marla D. McAllister

Mr. and Mrs. Gary C. Meeks

Ms. Jan B. Laney

Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Linville, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Malloy

Ms. Carolyn McBride

Mr. Jeff Meier

Mr. David Lange

Lipscomb University

Ms. Lucille M. Malone

Mr. and Mrs. David McBride

Dr. and Mrs. Paul J. Meis

Ms. Colleen Lanier

Ms. Barbara Lister-Sink

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Malton

Mr. Christopher McBryde

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Melton

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry R. Laprad

Mr. and Mrs. George L. Little, Jr.

Ms. Jane O. Manderfield

Mr. and Mrs. G. Emmett McCall

Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Memory

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley P. Lathrop

Little Diversified Architectural Consulting

Mrs. John Mann

Ms. Shirley L. McCall

Mr. and Mrs. Danny J. Mendenhall

Mr. and Mrs. George C. Lautemann

Ms. Cheryl F. Livengood

Mr. James C. Manning

Dr. and Mrs. William McCall, Jr.

Mercedes-Benz of the Triad

J. La’Verne Designs

Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Livengood

Ms. Susie Marion

Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. McCandless

Meridian Realty Group

Law Enforcement Family Scholarship Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Lockhart

Mr. and Mrs. Wade H. Marion

McCulloch Family

Methodist College

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Lawing

Mr. and Mrs. Whitman P. Loflin

Ms. Deborah S. Marshall

Mr. Keith M. McCulloch

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Michalove

Mr. and Mrs. B. Thomas Lawson, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Loftin

Mr. and Mrs. G. Thomas Marshall

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Dan McCulloch

Mr. Jeffrey D. Mick

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Donors ~ continued from previous page Mr. John E. Mickey

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy C. Morrow

Ms. Phyllis A. Newman

Mr. and Mrs. David V. Owens

Mr. and Mrs. Larry J. Pendry

Dr. Joseph B. Mickler

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Moser

New Starmount Interest, LLC

Mr. John Owens

Ms. Sharon G. Penley

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce H. Milam

Mr. Joseph A. Motsay

Mr. and Mrs. Darrell H. Nicholson

Ms. Lois P. Owens

Ms. Brenda B. Penney

Ms. Sarah E. Milam

Dr. and Mrs. Gregg A. Motz

Ms. Mary Cheek Nicholson

Ms. Jane Pack

Dr. and Mrs. Francis D. Pepper, Jr.

Mr. Charles G. Miller

Ms. Kaye Motz

Dr. Charles J. Niemeyer

Mrs. Ben C. Paden, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. William Perdew

Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Miller

Mr. and Mrs. David F. Mount

Ms. Barbara D. Nimocks

Mr. and Mrs. Craven B. Page

Ms. Caryn L. Perini

Dr. and Mrs. Henry S. Miller

Mount Tabor High School

Ms. Joan H. Noel

Mr. Roger Page

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Perkinson, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller

Mr. and Mrs. George C. Mountcastle

Norman Stockton, Inc.

Mrs. Julie A. Palm

Mrs. Clifford W. Perry

Ms. Marjorie D. Miller

Dr. and Mrs. John R. Mountjoy

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas D. Norris, Jr.

Mr. Charles J. Palmer III

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford W. Perry, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. William O. Miller, Jr.

Mr. Andrew Muir

North Carolina School of the Arts Foundation

Ms. Lula F. Pappas

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford W. Perry III

Mr. Ward B. Miller

Mr. Jeffery L. Muldrow

Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Northington, Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Parker

Ms. Elizabeth Perry

Ms. Joann S. Mills

Dr. Thomas E. Mullen

Ms. Dorothy Bea Northup

Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Parker

Peterson/Gordon Architects PA

Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Mims

Mr. and Mrs. R. Frank Murphy

Mr. and Mrs. Johnny A. Norvell

Mrs. Carolyn C. Parker

William H. Petree, Sr. IRA

Ms. Darla E. Minor

Mr. Wendell H. Murphy, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Norwood

Mr. Charles N. Parker

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Petree, Jr.

Mr. Douglas P. Miskew

Mr. and Mrs. Charles V. Murray

Mr. R. Steven Norwood

Mr. David N. Parker, Jr.

Mrs. William H. Petree, Sr.

Mission Possible Sunday School Class

Mr. Melville M. Murray

Mr. and Mrs. Christoph Nostitz

Mr. and Mrs. G. Edgar Parker

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy R. Pettit

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Mitchell

Mr. Richard D. Murray, Jr.

Novant Health Inc.

Mrs. Harry O. Parker

Mr. and Mrs. L. Gordon Pfefferkorn, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mitchell

Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Myers

Mr. Chester T. Nuttall, Jr.

Mr. James H. Parker

Ms. Laura Phail

Mr. John Mitchum

Mr. and Mrs. F. Bradford Myers, Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. David Reese O’Brien, Jr.

Mr. Joseph M. Parker, Jr.

Pharr & Boynton

Mr. David E. Mittman

Mr. and Mrs. Grover M. Myers

Ms. Debbie W. O’Brien

Ms. Marilyn Parker and Mr. Lamar Parker

Ms. Eunice Phelps

Mr. Fred G. Mock

Mr. and Mrs. Marty Myers

Mr. and Mrs. Francis O’Brien

Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Parker

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Phelps

Ms. Velda B. Modlin

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Myers

Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt D. Odom, Sr.

Dr. and Mrs. Eldon H. Parks

Dr. Carol J. Phillips

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Monk

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Nachman

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Offerdahl

Parkwood Eye Center

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Phillips, Jr.

Ms. Laura Greyson Monroe

National Philanthropic Trust

Mr. and Mrs. Sam C. Ogburn, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Parrish

Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Phillips

Ms. Susan Montaquila

N.C. Academy of Physician Assistants

Mrs. Algine Neely Ogburn

Ms. Mary Ann Parrish

Philo School of Discovery & Exploration

Mr. and Mrs. Alan L. Moore

N.C. Association of Workers for the Blind

Dr. William B. Olds

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan E. Parrish

Ms. Jill Moore

N.C. Gamma Masters - MA 445

Mr. and Mrs. Luther C. Oliver

Partners for Homeownership

Phi Omega Chapter - Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

Ms. Julia K. Moore

Mr. and Mrs. David B. Neal

Mr. Greg Olson and Ms. Rosalind Willis

Ms. Linda Pass

Ms. Linda M. Moore

Mr. David L. Neal

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Onesty

Mr. and Mrs. Rex Q. Pass

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O. Moore III

The Honorable Stephen L. Neal

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Orr

Ms. Ann M. Patterson

Mr. Paul R. Moran

Mr. and Mrs. Dillon Neaves

Mr. and Mrs. L. Glenn Orr, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Patton

Mr. J. Griffin Morgan

Avery Neaves, CPA, PA

Mr. and Mrs. Laney G. Orr III

PAVE Creative Group

Mr. Jeff Morgan

Nebraska Academy of Physician Assistants

Mr. Kenneth Otterbourg

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Payne

Mrs. Marie W. Morgan

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Neely

Mr. Sam Otterbourg

Mr. T. J. Payne II

Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Morris

Mr. and Mrs. T. David Neill

Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher C. Pearce

Ms. Andrea Morrison

Dr. and Mrs. Lewis H. Nelson III

Mr. and Mrs. David M. Overcash

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Pearson

Mrs. William M. Morris

Mr. and Mrs. W. Robert Newell

Mr. and Mrs. Ray W. Owen

Ms. Betty L. Pelsey

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Piazza Piedmont Land Conservancy Mr. J. Taylor Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Pierce, Jr. Pine Hall Brick Company, Inc. Mrs. Jean S. Piner Dr. Ingrid B. Pisetsky Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Pitt, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Tomas H. Pizarro

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Donors ~ continued from previous page Mr. and Mrs. C. Edward Pleasants, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Tony Quinn

Mr. David J. Richards

Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Rossitch

SBM Properties Group Inc.

Mr. Graydon Pleasants and Ms. Margaret Scales

Ms. Jeanne S. Rabold

Mr. and Mrs. David K. Rickelton

Rotary Club of Stratford

Ms. Loann C. Scarpato

Radar Security Alarm, Inc.

Mr. Thomas A. Rigsby

Rotary Club of Winston-Salem

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Scheuer

Donna and Martin Rader

Mr. and Mrs. Clay V. Ring, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Roth III

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Schindler

Ms. Sharon H. Raffaelle

Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Rippy

Ms. Elizabeth Rothschild

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Schmidt

Mr. Ronald L. Raider

RMIC Corporation

Mrs. J. A. Rousseau, Jr.

Ms. Faye N. Schofield

Dr. and Mrs. David Y. Rainey

Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Robbins, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Royster

Ms. Peggy Scholz

Mr. and Mrs. Gwyn A. Raker

Ms. Shirley M. Robbins

Dr. and Mrs. Michael H. Rubin

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Schroeder

Mr. and Mrs. H. Chris Ramm

Mr. and Mrs. C. Laurence Robbs

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Carver Rudolph, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. George C. Schultz, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. James C. Ratcliff

Ms. Wilda S. Robbs

Ms. Velvet Ruffin-Corley

Mr. and Mrs. Jerrold Schwartz

Dr. Dariel L. Rathmell

Ms. Arnetta W. Roberson

Mr. Dalton D. Ruffin

Mr. Joseph A. Schwind, Jr.

Mr. Alvin Ray

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas G. Roberts

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Ruffin

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Sciandra

Ms. Dominic A. Ray

Mr. David Roberts

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Ruffin

Scintellix, LLC

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ray

Mr. and Mrs. Bob L. Robertson

Mr. Robert G. Ruffin

Mrs. Lillian Scofield

Mrs. Ester B. Ray

Mr. and Mrs. Chester M. Robertson

Mr. Keith M. Russell

Ms. Jan Victoria Scott

Mr. and Mrs. James Ray

Mr. and Mrs. Julian Robertson

Dr. and Mrs. Albert O. Ryan, Jr.

Mrs. Mary Lou Scott

Mr. Oscar Ray, Jr.

Mr. Kyle Robertson

Ryan’s Restaurant

Ms. Pam Scott

Mr. Max Re

Mr. and Mrs. M. Stewart Robertson, Jr.

Salem Academy and College

Mr. and Mrs. Terry L. Scott

Mr. James K. Reaves

Ms. Wyndham Robertson

Salem Lodge No. 36

Ms. Brenda Scronce

Ms. Mary Sue T. Reavis

Mr. Fred T. Robinette

Salemtowne

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Scurry

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Redwine

Mr. and Mrs. E. Norwood Robinson

Mr. John F. Sallstrom, PA-C

Seaboard Development Co., LLC

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Reece II

Dr. and Mrs. George P. Robinson

The Salmon Family Trust

Miss Rebecca Ann Sebastian

Regional Neurosurgery PLLC

Ms. Laura Robinson

Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Sanders Jr.

Mr. James A. Sebastian

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Renna

Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Robinson

Mr. W. Kirk Sanders

Mr. and Mrs. William B. Seippel

Replacements, Ltd.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Robrecht

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Sanders

Ms. Marion Sekerak and family

ReyCap Services, Inc.

Rodel Charitable Foundation of Florida, Inc.

Dr. and Mrs. Clemens Sandresky

Senior Services, Inc.

Reynolda Rotary Club

Rev. and Mrs. Cedric S. Rodney

Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Sandridge, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Sessions

Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Roemer, Jr.

Dr. Beverly S. Sanford

Sessions Speciality Co.

RGA Partners 1 LP

Mr. Henry Roemer III

Sara Lee Branded Apparel

Mr. and Mrs. Philippe Sevin

Mr. and Mrs. John I. Rhoades

Ms. Victoria L. Roemer

Dr. and Mrs. William M. Satterwhite, Jr.

Dr. Louis deS. Shaffner

Dr. and Mrs. Vade G. Rhoades

Mr. and Mrs. C Courtney Rogers II

Mrs. M. Garnett Saunders

Mr. and Mrs. David E. Shaffner

Mr. Milton Rhodes

Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Rominger

Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Saunders

Mr. and Mrs. Hasu C. Shah

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Riazzi

Mr. James M. Rose

Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Saunders

Ms. Kim Shaw

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Riazzi

Mr. and Mrs. Russell P. Roseman

Mr. and Mrs. R. Downie Saussy, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. William Shaw

Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Rice

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Ross

Ms. Katherine J. Sawyer

Dr. and Mrs. Ronald B. Shealy

Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Rice

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rossitch

Mr. and Mrs. R. Mark Sawyer

Ms. Ann Hinshaw Shearon

Mr. Darryl L. Richard

Dr. and Mrs. John C. Rossitch

Saycocie & Greiner Design, LLC

Shelco, Inc.

James M. Pleasants Company, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. George W. Plonk, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Poe Mr. James W. Pogue Ms. Faye Poindexter Ms. Jane Marie Pointer Dr. and Mrs. Harold C. Pollard Mr. Christian Pope Dr. and Mrs. Carl J. Porchey Mr. Richard B. Port Ms. Pauline D. Porter Ms. Elmira J. Powell Ms. Jimmie L. Powell Mr. and Mrs. Henry Powers Mr. and Mrs. Len B. Preslar, Jr. Ms. Frances S. Presson Ms. Elizabeth D. Prey Dean Prim Scholarship Fund Mrs. Myrtle D. Pringle Pro Detective Services Ms. Shirley P. Propst Mr. Jacob Lee Provost Prudential Carolinas Realty PSA Partners 1 LLP Mr. and Mrs. David Pugh Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pulitzer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Pulliam Dr. and Mrs. T. J. Pulliam Mr. Gregory P. Pulling Mr. Douglas S. Punger Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Purcell Mr. Forrest Warren Quarles Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Quick Mr. James H. Quinn

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Donors ~ continued from previous page Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shelton Mr. Delmer L. Shelton Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Shelton Mr. and Mrs. Todd S. Shelton Shepherd’s Center of Greater Winston-Salem Mr. Robert G. Shepley, Jr. Mr. A. Lincoln Sherk Shields, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Brad C. Shinaman Mr. Joseph Shinnick Mr. and Mrs. David D. Shock Mr. and Mrs. Christopher T. Shoffner Ms. Alice C. Shore Miss Mary Louise Shore Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Shore Jr. Mrs. Richard E. Shore Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Shore, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Shortt Mr. David P. Shouvlin Mr. and Mrs. Lyle C. Shutt Mrs. Janet T. Sidden Dr. Ricky R. Sides Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Simpson, Jr. Mrs. Bryan Simpson Dr. Thomas Simpson and Dr. Martha Simpson

The Eddie and Jo Allison Smith Family Foundation Mr. Frank L. Smith Mr. and Mrs. G. Dee Smith Mr. Harvey L. Smith Mr. and Mrs. James N. Smith, CPA Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Smith Dr. Paula Smith and Mr. Raeford Sawyer Mr. and Mrs. Quentin I. Smith, Jr. Mrs. Richard G. Smith, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Smith Dr. Sylvia Smith and Dr. Audie Bloise Mr. Sander Smith Ms. Sara C. Smith Mr. Tracey Smith Mrs. Vernon H. Smith Mr. and Mrs. William E. Smith Mr. William F. Smith Mr. Zachary Smith Mr. Zachary E. Smith Mr. Gordon R. Smoak Mr. James N. Smoak Mr. and Mrs. Brant R. Snavely, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William Snyder Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian C. Sommer Southern Community Bank and Trust

Ms. Mary Frances Sims

Southern Tool Manufacturing Co., Inc.

Mr. D. M. Singletary

Rev. Laura Spangler and Mr. Tom Spangler

Ms. Wilma M. Singleton

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L. Spaugh

Mrs. John F. Sinnett

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L. Spaugh, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth N. Sisk

Mr. and Mrs. R. Arthur Spaugh, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Kim E. Sizemore

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar M. Spears

Mr. and Mrs. W. Linville Slawter

Mrs. Ann Lewallen Spencer

Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Jay Spencer

Ms. Amanda Smith and friends

Mr. James C. Spicer

Ms. Brenda L. Smith

Judge and Mrs. Ronald E. Spivey

Mr. Donald A. Smith, Jr.

Ms. Marty Spry

Dr. and Mrs. Edward V. Spudis

Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Sullivan

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Toney

Mr. and Mrs. Brent Stabler

SunTrust Private Wealth Management

Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Toole

Ms. Elaine G. Stafford

Mr. Ralph Surridge

Dr. and Mrs. James F. Toole

Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Stafford

Mr. Michael Swain

Mr. and Mrs. James F. Toole

Eugene A. Stead Society

Mr. and Mrs. Terry L. Sweatman

Ms. Rosa L. Torrey

Mr. W. D. Stedman

Mr. and Mrs. C. Todd Swofford

Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Towers, Jr.

Stedman Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Swofford

Triad Business Solutions

Mr. and Mrs. W. Fletcher Steele

Dr. and Mrs. Charles V. Taft

Triad Guaranty Insurance Corporation

Mr. Jack Steelman

Mr. Spencer Taft

Triangle Area Physicians Assistants

Ms. Susan S. Steelman

Tallwood Medical Equipment & Supply, Inc.

Triangle Orthopaedic Associates

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stephens

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tally

The Tribune

Mr. A. Craig Stephenson

Mr. James B. Taney

Tri Properties

Mr. H. Don Stephenson, Jr.

Mr. C. Lee Tart III

Mrs. Virginia B. Trivette

Mr. Brian K. Stern

Mr. and Mrs. Brent Taylor

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Stevens

Mr. B. Walter Taylor, Jr.

Mr. Thomas Trowbridge and Mr. Frank Benedetti

Mr. Thomas P. Stevenson

Dr. Gerald Taylor and Dr. Mary Ann Taylor

Mrs. Suzanne Stevens

Mr. and Mrs. G. Porter Taylor

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stewart

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Taylor

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stinson

Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell L. Taylor

Ms. Dorothy E. Stobbs

Mr. Nat D. Taylor

Ms. Ellen Stockton

Taylor Oil Company

Mrs. Ralph M. Stockton, Jr.

Ms. Mary Laura Teague-Austin

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stockton

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Tedder

Mr. and Mrs. R. Stuart Stogner

Ms. Anna Tefft

Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Stokes

Dr. and Mrs. John B. R. Thomas

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stokes

D. Thomas & Associates, Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Stone

Ms. Carrie Thompson

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Storch

Mr. Howard K. Thompson

Mr. Cranford Stoudemire

Mr. Joseph Thompson

Ms. Mary E. Stowe

Ms. Kim L. Thompson

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

Lindsay Bloodworth Thompson and Ken Thompson

Ms. Justine Strand Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Strawsburg Mr. Ralph N. Strayhorn, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Allston Stubbs Mr. and Mrs. Alvin A. Sturdivant, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Sturdy

Mrs. Charlotte W. Troxell Ms. Lillian J. Turner Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Turner Dr. and Mrs. Ronald P. Turnicky Ms. Audrey B. Tuttle Mr. and Mrs. Randall Tuttle Twin City Santa Dr. and Mrs. James W. Tyson Mr. and Mrs. Dan E. Underwood Mr. and Mrs. F. Stephen Underwood Unifour Physician Extenders Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Winston-Salem Mr. Bill Vaassen Mrs. Charles F. Vance, Jr. Ms. Clara E. Vanderbilt

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Thompson

Mrs. Deborah H. Vaughan Mr. and Mrs. Keith W. Vaughan Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Vaughn, Jr.

Ms. Lynn S. Thrower

Mr. and Mrs. Stuart F. Vaughn

Ms. Cheryl H. Tilley

Mr. Andrew H. Veach

Mr. Tom W. Tisdale Mr. and Mrs. F. Nelson Tomlinson, Jr.

Mrs. John L. Vereen Ms. Emily E. Verheyen

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Donors ~ continued from previous page Mr. John Via

Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Watson

Whitney Foundation

Mrs. Eleanor F. Wilson

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Womble

Ms. Carol Vick

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Watson

Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Whitted

Mr. and Mrs. G. Gray Wilson

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Womble, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Villines

Mr. and Mrs. William M. Watts, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey C. Whittington

Mrs. Howard L. Wilson

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Woodall, Jr.

Mr. Max Vogler and Mr. Charles Faison

Ms. Ramona Watts-Sutton

Mr. and Mrs. Noah Wichman

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wilson, Jr.

The Woodbine Agency

Wachovia Bank, N.A.

Mr. and Mrs. Philip R. S. Waugh

Mr. and Mrs. Scott F. Wierman

Mr. J. Bradley Wilson

Mr. Ed Woods

Wachovia Foundation Matching Gifts Program

Mr. and Mrs. W. Scott Wearn

Wilco Hess

Mr. Kevin B. Wilson

Ms. Mildred M. Woody

Ms. Royce Elaine Weeks

Wilkes County Library Board

Mrs. Margaret L. Wilson

Ms. Louise Wooten

Ms. Maribeth Weinman

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Willardson

Mr. and Mrs. Peter T. Wilson III

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Wooten, Jr.

Ms. Elizabeth Welch

Mr. Alton Williams

Ms. Tammy Wilson

Ms. Elizabeth R. Worden

Ms. Katherine B. Welch

Mr. and Mrs. A. Tab Williams, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. W. Hugh Wilson IV

Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Worth

Mrs. Martha Wellman

Ms. Belvia Williams

Mr. and Mrs. William T. Wilson III

Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Woullard

Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wells

Ms. Deborah T. Williams

Windsor Jewelers

Ms. Doris L. Wright

Mr. and Mrs. R. Michael Wells

Mrs. Evelyn Williams

Ms. Carolyn Miles Winfrey

Ms. Grace A. Wright

Ms. Shirley J. Werts

Elizabeth T. Williams Charitable Lead Trust

Mr. and Mrs. David Winslow

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald F. Wright

Mr. and Mrs. David C. Wesson

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Williams

Mr. and Mrs. M. Powell Winstead

Yadkin County Retired School Personnel

Mr. Charles R. West, Jr.

Mr. J. Lanier Williams

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools

Yadkin Valley Bank

West End Construction

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Williams

Winston-Salem Alliance

Dr. and Mrs. Lindsay C. Yancey, Jr.

Ms. Debra L. Westrick

Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood E. Williams III

Winston-Salem Kiwanis Club

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Yates III

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Whaling

Mrs. Larry E. Williams

Winston-Salem Mechanical Association

Mr. Karl Yena

Ms. Penn Whaling

Mrs. E. H. Williamson, Jr.

Winston-Salem Police Department

YMCA of Northwest North Carolina

Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Whaling

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Williams

Dr. and Mrs. James D. Yopp, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Whaling, Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. S. Clay Williams, Jr.

Winston-Salem Regional Association of Realtors, Inc.

Waddell Foundation Ms. Kari Wagner Ms. Sarah Heath Wagoner Wake Forest University Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center Wake Forest University Health Sciences Ms. Ashley W. Walker Dr. Francis Walker and Dr. Debra Liu Mr. and Mrs. Moses Walker Ms. Billie A. Wall Ms. Kathryn M. Wall Wal-Mart Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Walsh Walter Robbs Callahan & Pierce Architects, PA Mr. Howard W. Walters, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Fielding Wheeler

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Williams

Mrs. Hiram H. Ward

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Whitacre

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Williams

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Ward

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Whitaker, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Williard

Dr. William G. Ward

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest B. White

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Willingham

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Warhover

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Whitehurst

Mr. and Mrs. Ben S. Willis, Jr.

Reverend and Mrs. Garfield T. Warren, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. White

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Scott Willis

Mr. William Warren

Mr. and Mrs. John A. White

Mr. and Mrs. H. Norton Willis

Mr. David L. Washington

Mr. and Mrs. Monty White

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert M. Willis

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Washington

Mr. and Mrs. Steven White

Mr. Robert M. Willis

Mr. Joseph L. Washington

Mr. and Mrs. Tom White

Wilshire Golf Club, LLC

Ms. Sarah Washington

Ms. Alice J. Whitfield

Wilson-Covington Construction Co.

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent G. Watkins

Ms. C. L. Whitmarsh

Dr. and Mrs. Edwin G. Wilson

Winston-Salem Twin City Host Lions Club Mr. Ed Wise Mr. and Mrs. Larry W. Wise Ms. Kathy P. Wishon Mr. and Mrs. James N. Witherington Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Wolfe Mr. and Mrs. Calder Womble Ms. Christine W. Womble Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice Ms. Edith Womble Ms. Faydra V. Womble Mr. Ralph H. Womble

Mr. and Mrs. David Young Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Young Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. Young Ms. Rebecca Young Dr. and Mrs. Ernest H. Yount Mr. and Mrs. Ron Zabel Mr. and Mrs. Nick G. Zegrea Ms. Michelle Kessler Zilles Mr. Marion B. Zollicoffer


BOOK of Memory THE BOOK OF MEMORY was established by The Winston-Salem Foundation as a means of preserving the names of people in whose memory gifts are made. The specially commissioned, beautiful leather-bound book is displayed in the Foundation’s reception area and contains over 8,000 names. The Foundation provides an acknowledgement to the appropriate person(s) to let them know that a memorial gift has been made and the deceased person’s name has been added to the Book of Memory.

THE FOLLOWING NAMES WERE ENTERED INTO THE BOOK OF MEMORY IN 2005: Janet Adkerson

Don L. Cope

Don Garver Hale

Roger Aubrey “A. J.” Linville IV

Benjamin Claude Paden, Jr.

Atha Johnson Allen

D. C. Cornelius

Roberta Estelle Hale

Camille Hunt Mountcastle Martin

Jeanette Catherine Anderson Parker

Dr. Charles M. Allen

Marge Crisp

John W. Halverson, Sr.

Kent Rives Martin

Mary Anna Clifton Parker

Paul Amen

Mary Dale Crithers

James O. Harrington, Jr.

Nell Gifford Martin

Dr. David Russell Perry, Jr.

Dr. Nick Anderson

Ella Mae Smith Dalton

Carolyn Hartford

Dr. Robert A. Mayer

Helen Graham Peters

Vi Johnson Anthony

Bobby Gene Deal

Geneva Leuvenia Cook Hill

Claire Mitchell McCorkle

William H. Petree, Sr.

Charles H. Babcock, Jr.

Jeanine Moore Dean

Allen Franklin Hoots

Catherine “Kitty” Scarborough McGuirt

Dr. Barbara K. Phillips

John L. Bacon

Dan C. Detter

Judith Ann Sylvester Hoots

Alfred McKnight, Jr.

Muriel D. Rice

Dr. Harold Barrow

Ruth B. Dionne

Margie Cooper Hudson

Virginia Maynard McMillan

Catherine “Kitty” Ketron Richard

Jean S. Blanton

Connie Perrin Douglas

Felix Huffman

John F. McNair III

Alice Vivian Howell Riddle

Nell Tucker Brock

Reid Davis Drum

Mary Miller Knox Hutchison

Lucille Eller McSwain

Dr. Benjamin Milton Riles

Kathryn Leinbach Brown

Frances Dawes Dunlap

John Vernon Idol

Dr. Joe Maurice McWhorter

Leslie W. Riley, Jr.

Ronald Wayne Brown

Willie Eloise Hanes Eccles

Katherine Brown Ingle

Margaret Mickey

Alvin D. Robinson

Gordon H. Burgess

Elsie Belle Gidney Eskridge

Jacqueline Dorminy Jackson

Helen Louise Dull Miller

Pedro J. Rodriguez

Mary Craig Watson Butler

Wilbur E. “Bud” Finwall

Harold Lillard Kennedy, Jr.

Robert L. Miller

Howard Jackson “Jack” Runnion, Jr.

Janet Fansler Carpenter

John Russell Folger III

Charlotte Byrd Clarke Kirk

George Joseph Mock

Elizabeth Gray Heefner Sarle

William H. Carr

Mack Foster

Haddon S. Kirk, Jr.

Lillie Belle Kiger Mock

Edward E. Satterfield

G. Douglas Carroll

James A. Fyock

Louis “Acie” Klaff

Dorothy Myers Morehead

M. Garnett Saunders

Marcia Hope Carroll

Clarence Edward “Big House” Gaines

Roger W. Kohrs

Howard Odell Morris, Jr.

Thomas Meriwether Schultz

Amos Clark, Jr.

James Gray Galloway

Thomas Richard “Tommy” Lambeth

Helen Sink Moser

Jane Irene Ayars Shaffner

Sue M. Clements

Marguerite Slate Gentry

Michael Andrew Lane

Benjamin Franklin Mullen, Jr.

Allen B. Shaw, Sr.

Josephine Byers Clopper

Joel T. Gheesling, Jr.

Captain Henry Conrad Lauerman

James Walton Nading

Mary Sink Sherrill

William Lee Pennington Cofer

Herman Gilliam

David Wilson Lewis

C. Ervin Norman

Sarah Elizabeth Armfield Smith

Roosevelt Coggins

Ann Paschal Parrish Griffen

Shirley Lewison

Thomas Lynn Ogburn

Theresa Ellen Smith

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Book of Memory ~ continued from previous page Charles Mason “Smitty� Smith, Sr.

Margaret Newman Stroupe

Jeanette Trotter

Sharon L. Washington-McBryde

Margaret Tucker Wright

Lila Rousseau Spencer

Carol Parker Stuart

Estelle Roberts Tucker

Rev. Mervin Weidner

Karl H. Yena

John Ernest Spicer

Marie Teague

Sarah Elizabeth Smith Vickers

Dr. Ellen Marie Whitener

Richard Edward York

Raymond Leon Stephens

William Forester Thomas

Marjorie Sullivan Wagoner

Roy Allen Wilson

Betty Jane Gibbs Zammit

Matt Stockton

Gertrude Rodgers Tisdale

Virginia Davis Wainwright

Charles W. Witherow, Sr.


THE FOUNDATION STAFF

Scott F. Wierman — President

GRANTS AND PROGRAMS

Lisa P. Purcell — Executive Vice President

Donna G. Rader — Vice President, Grants and Programs

Margaret Foster — Director, Marketing and Communications

Betty Gray Davis — Senior Program Officer

David Gore — Director, Information Systems and Technology

Brittney Forman — Program Associate

Leila Warren — Receptionist

Ava Smith-Pegues — Grants Manager

DONOR SERVICES

STUDENT AID

Annette Lynch — Vice President, Donor Services

Kay Dillon — Director, Student Aid

Jo Ann Kyslinger — Gifts Processor

Edna Barker — Administrative Assistant, Student Aid

Keri Muuss — Donor Services Officer Marisa Ray — Development Officer Ann Tillett — Administrative Assistant, Donor Services

FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION Todd Slate — Vice President, Finance Betty Johnson — Finance Assistant Carolyn McBride — Grants Processor Christina Perrin — Accounting Clerk Dee Smitherman — Comptroller

FRONT ROW (L TO R): Carolyn McBride, David Gore, Scott Wierman, Ann Tillett, Donna Rader, Christina Perrin, Brittney Forman, Annette Lynch, Keri Muuss, Jo Ann Kyslinger, Todd Slate, Ava Smith-Pegues, Edna Barker, Leila Warren SECOND ROW (L TO R): Natasha Gore, Lisa Purcell, Dee Smitherman, Betty Johnson, Marisa Ray, Margaret Foster, Kay Dillon, Betty Gray Davis

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