Youth Villages 2020 Annual Report

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ANNUAL REPORT 2020



Youth Villages starts with You! 2020 is a year that none of us will ever forget. In what felt like an instant, so many things changed as the COVID-19 crisis enveloped our country. One thing didn’t change though: the urgent needs of children with emotional and behavioral problems, their families and young people “aging out” of foster care. In a time of uncertainty, the Youth Villages family stepped up and brought health and hope to more than 30,000 children, families and young people in 23 states and the District of Columbia. Our residential staff became essential frontline heroes, ensuring the continuation of care for children on our campuses. Because of their sacrifice and courage, we were able to admit children who urgently needed help for severe issues during the pandemic. Thousands of staff in other programs seamlessly moved their work from office to home and supported children, families and young people through telehealth and safe-distanced, in-person sessions when needed. Our organization was able to do so much, under such extraordinary circumstances because of you — our supporters, volunteers, foster parents, donors and partnering agencies.

Youth Villages truly starts with you!

• Our commitment to spurring effective help for young people who reach adulthood in foster care led to the expansion of our LifeSet™ program model and other transition-age services. New programs were launched through partnerships with the states of Illinois and Connecticut, allowing young people there to receive the support they need to become successful adults. • Bill’s Place, an intensive residential center, opened in Memphis, Tennessee, to help children with the most serious emotional and behavioral problems and co-occurring medical issues. Across all of our campuses, our residential staff became frontline essential workers and met the needs of children safely by incorporating COVID-19 precautions. • Our philanthropic partnership with rock legend Steven Tyler — Janie’s Fund — made a difference for girls who have suffered abuse and neglect. The Third Annual GRAMMY® Awards Watch Party raised more than $2.4 million, allowing Janie’s Fund to support young women in our LifeSet program as they make a successful transition from foster care to adulthood. This year has challenged all of us in ways we never could have expected, but it has brought out our best. On behalf of our staff and the children, families and young people, we help – thank you for your support of our mission.

In this report, you’ll meet some of the families and young people, you helped this year. Here are some of the highlights: • 87% of the children and young people were living successfully — at home or in a less-restrictive setting — 12 months after they completed their program. Patrick W. Lawler, CEO

James D. Lackie, Chairman of the Board

• Our community-based programs expanded to help 1,738 more children, families and young people. This included growth of our intensive in-home and transition-age services in Tennessee, New Hampshire, Mississippi, Oregon and North Carolina.

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BY THE NUMBERS

Youth Villages provides direct services ranging from in-home to residential treatment; shares its nationally recognized and evidence-based program models with partners; and supports state child welfare leaders to bring sustainable change to systems.

PRESENTING ISSUES Children served in FY20

Core In-Home Services

9,065

Transition-Age Youth Services

4,386

Residential Services

1,043

Wraparound Services

1,149

Foster Care 789 Group Homes 122

Subtotal

Behavioral Disorder Abuse/Neglect Suicide/Self-harm Substance Abuse

Crisis Services 9,684 Outpatient Services/ Medication Management

928

Day Treatment/Day School Services 23

Subtotal 13,718

Total

30,272

Youth may receive help in more than one program. Total youth served across Youth Villages will be less than the sum of youth served by program.

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DEMOGRAPHICS Gender

Assessment/Case Management 3,083

26% 25% 24% 23%

88% of youth presented with multiple issues.

16,554

Ancillary

Educational Issues Mental Health Physical Health Life Skills

79% 47% 47% 27%

46%

54%

Female

Male

18+ (15%)

Race/Ethnicity African American

31%

Caucasian

61%

Hispanic

8%

Other

6%

Native American

15–17 (36%)

8–younger

(14%)

9–11 (12%)

Ages Served in 2020

12–14 (23%)

1%

Note: Youth may report more than one race, therefore percentages may add to more than 100%.


WHERE WE SERVE

In 2020, Youth Villages was at work in these states and jurisdictions.*

Washington, D.C.

Youth Villages states / Partnering states Alabama

Indiana

Nevada

Oklahoma

Arkansas

Kentucky

New Hampshire

Oregon

Connecticut

Louisiana

New Jersey

Pennsylvania

Florida

Massachusetts

New York

Tennessee

Georgia

Mississippi

North Carolina

Washington

Illinois

Missouri

Ohio

Washington, D.C.

* Youth Villages total locations as of December 2020.

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FINANCIALS REVENUE & EXPENSE STATEMENT Financials for Youth Villages Inc. and affiliates in thousands.

Revenue

FY20

Operating Expenses

FY20

Program Services

Dogwood Campus

$9,595

Bartlett Campus

12,200

Bill's Place

13,474

Rose Center for Girls

10,319

Inner Harbour Campus

20,970

Other Campuses 1,180

Foster Care

15,358

Other States/Medicaid

$111,766

In-Home Services

59,094

State of Tennessee

81,616

Wrap Around

11,847

Donations and Pledges

31,248

Group Homes

5,072

TennCare

17,273

Adoptions

517

Investment Income

(1,219)

LifeSet™

17,008

Miscellaneous Income

1,521

Day Treatment

Grant Revenue

1,616

Mentoring

400

USDA

922

Crisis Services

4,917

LifeSet Partners

5,956

Total Revenue

$244,743

175

Guide Tree 961 Management and General Fundraising

34,040

3,339

Total Expenses Change in Net Assets

$226,422 $18,321

In FY20, $19.6M in Temporary Restricted Net Assets were utilized to support programs. At the end of the year, $59M remained in Temporary Restricted Net Assets to support programs in future years. For complete audited financial statements, please visit youthvillages.org or contact the Youth Villages Finance Department at 901-251-5000.

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Children on our residential campuses enjoy outdoor activities.

Caption text goes here, names or event caption.

CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET

Operating Efficiency

Financials for Youth Villages Inc. and affiliates in thousands.

Assets

2020

2019

Total Current Assets

$294,778

$283,487

Property and Equipment, Net

93,488

82,180

Other Assets

16,687

18,141

Total Assets

$404,953

$383,808

Liabilities Total Liabilities

Program Expenses

83.5% ($189,043)

Administrative Expenses

15% (34,040)

Fundraising Expenses

1.5% (3,339)

$20,518

$17,694

Without Donor Restrictions

325,431

311,791

With Donor Restrictions

59,004

54,323

Total Net Assets

$384,435

$366,114

Total Liabilities and Net Assets

$404,953

$383,808

Net Assets

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INTERCEPT® REDUCES OUT-OF-HOME

-53% PLACEMENTS

Youth Villages gave Juan Cano new tools to manage his children's behaviors and set expectations. He is pictured here with his children and their cousin.


meet the

Cano family

When Juan’s wife left the family, he suddenly had sole responsibility for three children, including 7-year-old twins. It was almost too much for him. There are 424,000 children in foster care in the United States today. About 35,000 children entered state systems in 2019 because their caregiver couldn’t cope with a family crisis. Although foster or residential help is necessary sometimes, just the act of separating from family is traumatic for children. Youth Villages believes about half of foster care placements can be prevented if intensive help is provided to parents or relatives. In Juan’s house, his children were physically fighting — the twins were punching each other. They would often throw aggressive tantrums that left their father frustrated and hopeless. He couldn’t control their behavior. When he heard about Youth Villages' intensive in-home program, Intercept, Juan jumped at the chance to get some help. Even better, he was assigned a specialist who spoke Spanish, Juan’s first language. “I felt a weight begin to lift off my shoulders.”

Intensive in-home services make up the largest of Youth Villages’ core program areas. Last year, we helped 9,065 children by strengthening or restoring their families in 13 states.

\ Intercept specialists help families succeed.

The specialist came to Juan’s home several times a week for sessions with him and the kids. Juan made sure they never missed one, and he often talked to the specialist on his drive home from work. Juan and the children worked with the specialist on building flexibility, frustration tolerance and better problem solving. Those skills are part of an evidence-based intervention used by Youth Villages staff called Collaborative Problem Solving. The specialist helped Juan defuse particularly challenging situations for the family — like bath and chore time. Before long, everyone was happier, and the children’s aggressive behavior ended. “Every day is different with children,” Juan said. “But we’re prepared for whatever comes our way.”

STORIES OF HOPE

I finally had someone who listened and understood.

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LIFESET PARTICIPANTS REPORT REDUCED HOMELESSNESS

-22%

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meet

Donal

Donal had everything going for him. He was doing well at home and in school, playing on the basketball and football teams. Then, he started having seizures that medication couldn’t control.

He played quarterback on the Bill’s Place football team and point guard on the center’s basketball gym. He learned therapeutic drumming and became a tour guide for groups visiting the new center.

At 15, surgeons removed parts of Donal’s brain to ease the condition, but his life changed.

Donal graduated from high school at Bill’s Place and began planning his future with support from our LifeSet program, which helps young people who’ve experienced foster care become successful adults. After a big 18th birthday party at Bill’s Place, Donal's first move toward adulthood was to a group home, where he planned his future with LifeSet Specialist Tricia Murphy.

“For two years, I couldn’t play sports," he said. "I had to sit in the bleachers and watch everyone else play. I couldn’t do anything.” Angry and unhappy, Donal came to Bill’s Place, our newly constructed intensive residential center designed to help young people like him who have emotional and behavioral problems with co-occurring medical issues. While most of Youth Villages’ work is done in the community, our residential programs give children with serious challenges the chance to overcome them and get back to their families quickly. Our residential programs are built around evidence-based practices and principles, including the idea that children should know some joy in every day. With his condition monitored closely by 24/7 medical staff, Donal rediscovered himself.

“Since I’ve been here, I’ve started picturing things that I need to work on, like what I want to be, where I want to live,” he said. Donal is rebuilding relationships with his parents and siblings, practicing coping skills and polishing his resume and interviewing skills with Murphy. For Donal, the future is coming into focus. “I want to be a teacher, probably a coach,” he said. “Maybe in middle school.”

This year, 1,043 youth were helped on Youth Villages’ residential campuses in Tennessee and Georgia.

STORIES OF HOPE

Since I’ve been here, I’ve started picturing things that I need to work on, like what I want to be, where I want to live.

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During the pandemic, we continued to serve children and families who needed our help most. Our census rate grew to

11%

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meet

Our Heroes

As the COVID-19 crisis enveloped the country in early 2020, the staff at Youth Villages met every challenge, ensuring that the vital work of helping children, families and young people continued across the country. Each staff member is essential to the mission, but 1,100 employees in residential programs became frontline heroes, reporting to work every day using personal protective equipment, so they could safely support youth despite the pandemic. As family visits and face-to-face mentoring activities were suspended, staff knew that keeping routines was important. They helped youth participate in school and counseling sessions, as well as fun activities like drumming and sports. Our community-based staff faced similar changes to adapt their approach to providing services. On a typical day before the pandemic, most of these staff worked with children, families and young people in the community, meeting as much as three times a week in homes, at school or in neighborhoods. In March, that changed as staff continued their work safely through telehealth. As the crisis began, Youth Villages surveyed every young person and family in all of our programs to determine their technological capabilities and basic needs. We provided hundreds of devices and Wi-Fi connections so that services could continue. In many cases, our community-based staff helped families meet basic needs, like food and housing.

Amber Harris, a clinical supervisor in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, partnered with local restaurants to deliver care packages.

Taylor Barnes, like thousands of our community-based staff across the country, conducted family sessions through telehealth — a virtual connection using computers, phones or tablets, and software — and treated those sessions the same as she would during a face-to-face visit. “I always conduct safety checks and focus on completing treatment objectives, but also check on how the family is managing during the pandemic,” Barnes said. “If I have learned anything about Youth Villages during this time, it is that we are all practicing our core values every single day, regardless of any difficulties we might face. We make sure kids' needs come first, always, and we are committed to our staff."

STORIES OF HOPE

We make sure kids' needs come first, always, and we are committed to our staff.

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meet

Deshala

Every year, Deshala picks a word and an inspirational sentence to symbolize her hopes and dreams. As the COVID-19 crisis changed the world, Deshala woke up every morning in a group home in Washington, D.C., and said to herself: “Keep going! You’ve got this!” Across the country, about 20,000 young people “age out” of foster care between their 18th and 22nd birthdays each year, leaving them without family or continuing state support. Youth Villages has made a commitment to ensure these young people get the help they need. Our LifeSet™ program model is now implemented through our own services and partnering agencies in 23 states and the District of Columbia.

Deshala's LifeSet Specialist, Yvonne Moore, works at D.C.’s Child and Family Services Administration. Moore has helped her maneuver through difficult situations, learn problem-solving skills and money management. Through it all, Deshala's been getting things ready for when she ages out, such as finding an apartment, saving money, and keeping up with her classwork — she’s a sophomore at the University of the District of Columbia. Moore gives advice, makes sure that Deshala stays on track and stays in her ear. “She checks up on me. Sometimes, I check up on her,” Deshala said, laughing. “She says things like ‘You know you’re aging out soon, can’t be lollygagging…” During the COVID-19 pandemic, Youth Villages has led a coalition of more than 270 organizations advocating that the U.S. Congress give targeted relief for transition-age youth in stimulus relief bills. One of the provisions would allow young people like Deshala to stay in extended foster care right now. We developed LifeSet as the bridge from foster care to successful adulthood, but believe that young people shouldn’t have to step off that bridge during the pandemic.

LifeSet Specialist Yvonne Moore (left) has helped Deshala achieve many personal goals.

In 2020, Youth Villages helped 4,386 young people through transition-age services. It is our second largest program area.

The D.C. Council has allowed young people to stay in foster care until the pandemic eases. Deshala believes she'll be ready when it's time to leave the system. She’s got this. Her 2020 affirmational word? Triumph.

STORIES OF HOPE

Keep going! You’ve got this!

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Stephon and his mom, Johnnie

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meet the

Hatten family Across the country, 120,000 children and youth are in foster care systems waiting for loving adoptive families and permanent homes. Many, like Stephon, are teenagers. Stephon came to foster care after running away from an abusive and neglectful home. His first two foster homes didn’t quite fit, and he went to a Youth Villages residential program for help dealing with childhood trauma. At 14, Stephon desperately wanted a family of his own, and our foster care and adoption staff in Tennessee are experts in matching teens with family that will last a lifetime.

home and the structure he needed. In June of 2020, Stephon was formally adopted in a ceremony held over Zoom from an attorney’s office because of COVID-19. When the judge finalized the adoption, Stephon leaned over, hugged Ms. Johnnie and whispered, “Yes, Mom, it is forever.”

His adoption specialist decided that a “Welcome Home” balloon was fitting for the occasion. The little boy who had waited so long had finally found his forever family.

When he was ready, Stephon went to Ms. Johnnie Hatten’s home. She had taken classes through Youth Villages to become a licensed foster/adoptive parent. She learned therapeutic strategies to help children and youth overcome emotional and behavioral issues, and she received ongoing support from our foster care staff. Ms. Johnnie was ready to open her home and heart to a child who needed love and guidance. Stephon now calls her “Mom.” “I remember walking into her home,” Stephon said. “It smelled so fresh, like a brand-new home.” From the very beginning, Ms. Johnnie was willing to do whatever was required to adopt Stephon and provide him with both a loving

STORIES OF HOPE

Yes, Mom, it is forever.

Stephon and his mom (far right) are happy to be a family thanks to their Youth Villages specialists.

More than 400 foster parents helped 789 children through Youth Villages' Foster Care program last year, and 79 young people young people were adopted.

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Legendary rocker Steven Tyler continues to help young women in the LifeSet program heal from trauma and meet their full potential through his many events supporting Janie's Fund.


The night included performances by Gavin DeGraw, Nuno Bettencourt, Luke Spiller of The Struts and the Youth Villages African Drumming Group — which includes girls in programs supported by Janie’s Fund.

Childhood should be safe and nurturing, but for many girls growing up in the United States, that’s just not true. One in five girls will be sexually abused before they turn 18. Others suffer physical abuse, neglect, plus the trauma of family abandonment or separation. Through Janie’s Fund — a philanthropic partnership with Youth Villages — rock legend Steven Tyler has made it his mission to help young women who have experienced childhood adversity. The fund supports girls and young women who participate in our LifeSet program, the bridge from foster care to successful adulthood, and in the two Janie’s House residential programs. In January, the Third Annual Janie’s Fund GRAMMY® Awards Viewing Party was held in Los Angeles, hosted by Terry Crews. More than 500 guests attended, including stars like Kelsey Grammer, Nathalie Emmanuel, Abbie Cornish and Teddi Mellencamp. They watched Aerosmith perform at The GRAMMY® Awards as they received the Lifetime Achievement Award, and then Tyler came back to the gala to kick off the silent auction. The night raised over $2.4 million to support girls in their recovery.

Jennifer Rhodes, a Youth Villages staff member and a former LifeSet and YVScholars participant, spoke at the gala, representing thousands of young women across the country who are being helped through Janie’s Fund.

Steven Tyler and Gavin DeGraw

“Today, I see myself and so many other former LifeSet participants ending the cycles of abuse, trauma and broken families — having beautiful lives, families, homes and experiencing the good in the world,” Jennifer said. In May 2020, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Steven also enlisted his friends and family, including Mia Tyler, Terry Crews, Kristin Dattilo and John Stamos, on Instagram Live to help direct $500,000 to support the expansion of LifeSet in North Carolina, Massachusetts, Oregon, Tennessee and New York City.

Jennifer Rhodes

“Thank you, Steven, for caring so much and creating a safe place where young women who have experienced the unimaginable can speak out, find healing, know we are important and bring out our magic,” Jennifer said. “Thank you to each person who donates to Janie’s Fund for becoming part of our stories. Your impact will ripple throughout generations of lives to come.” Learn more about Janie’s Fund at janiesfund.org. Terry Crews

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MEASURABLE RESULTS

30,272 children s erved in

FY20

87% Success at 12 months

90% No trouble with the law

95% In school or graduated

Response Rate: 12 months, 45% (2,482 out of 5,510). Includes only those who received at least 60 days of service

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS National Board

Local Advisory Boards

James D. Lackie Chairman

Georgia

Patrick W. Lawler Chief Executive Officer William “Bill” Giles Vice Chairman Vanessa Diffenbaugh Secretary Gerald Laurain Treasurer Mark Allen Fred Burns Jennifer Bush Jack A. Eiferman Candice Steele Flippin John Robert Pitts Elizabeth B. Rose Gary Shorb Matthew Tarkenton David Tyler Darryl “Chip” Wade Mike Bruns Chair Emeritus

Edwin Cook Chairman Bruce Hein Brian Holloway Dara D. Mann Adrienne Mittons Robert Rearden Bob Snelling Matthew Tarkenton Paul Zachos

Massachusetts Peter Campanella Chairman

Amy Crate Sandra Edgerley Amanda Eisel Paul Grogan Ryan Hayden Joanna Jacobson Beth Klarman Sharon Liszanckie Pamela Giasson Lynch Yvette Lowenthal-Mulderry Mark O’Donnell Helen Chin Schlichte Kevin Tabb Wendy Vincent

North Carolina Natalie Frazier Allen Justin Arnall George Awad Tia Bethea Sara Boehm Meredith Buckner Devon Cains Laura Crago Nan Gray Craig Paridy Jennifer Van Lue

Oregon

Sister Guadalupe Guajardo Chairwoman Bethany Bounds Mariel Combs Adam Crowell Bill de la Cruz Nicholas R. Ehlen Ian Galloway Robin Henderson Joan Horstkotte Linda Jackson-Shaw Ann Mestrovich Jaquelyn Reyes-Alonzo H. Patterson “Pat” Ritz D. Colby Schlicker Charles Swindells

Middle Tennessee Meghan Markie Chairwoman

Paul Dent Vaughan DePillo Sara Eatherly Jason Egly Meredith Forehand Matthew Gann Beth Jones Nate Kenney Kim Lapidus Shannon Lapsley Sarah Looney Sarah McGehee Sarah Mickle Shannon Millen Dominique Haywood Miller Chris Patterson Helen Roudi Bailey Saunders Tony Sharpe Lisa Small Tiffany Bellafant Steward Shayleen Stuto Sheila Taylor Michelle Warren Bill Hamburg Chair Emeritus Betsy Walkup Chair Emeritus

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DONORS

Holiday Heroes gifti opening at the Rose Center


RED KITE SOCIETY

LifeSet participant Zy'Andria, right, meets with Shealynn Helton, her specialist.

The Red Kite Society recognizes our generous supporters with lifetime giving of

$100,000

The new Bower Activity Center on the Bartlett Campus in Memphis, Tennessee.

or more to help the children and families of Youth Villages.

Youth participating in the virtual YV 5K&10 Miler in Tennessee.


Isabella walks with Rose Center Program Manager Karissa Winfrey.

FORCE FOR TRANSFORMATION $1,000,000+

FORCE FOR INNOVATION $500,000-$999,999

Anonymous (2) The Assisi Foundation of Memphis The Paul W. Barret Jr. Charitable Trust Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Healthy Blue Blue Meridian Partners Barbara and Paul Bower Marian and Mike Bruns ChristieCare Foundation The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation The Day Foundation The Duke Endowment FedEx Corporation First Tennessee Foundation Fleetwood Foundation, Inc. Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Hyde Family Foundations GJ Jensen Klarman Family Foundation Kresge Foundation Patrick and Ellen Lawler Live Nation* Maybelle Clark Macdonald Fund Microsoft Corporation One8 Foundation Plough Foundation Janice and Ronnie Randall The Robertson Foundation Rose Family Foundation Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation Strategic Grant Partners Steven Tyler* United Way of the Mid-South Urban Child Institute Robert W. Woodruff Foundation Employees of Youth Villages

Austin Memorial Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Scott Borchetta* Cummings Foundation Paul and Sandy Edgerley Patrick French GreenLight Fund Kim and Bryan Jordan The Kendeda Fund Margie and Jimmy Lackie The Memorial Foundation Memphis Grizzlies Charitable Foundation Meyer Memorial Trust M. J. Murdock Charitable Trust Phillips Foundation Portland Children's Levy Speer Charitable Trust United Way of Greater Atlanta

FORCE FOR INSPIRATION $250,000-$499,999 Anonymous (2) BNY Mellon Helen L. Siddon Bogan Charitable Trust Thomas W. Briggs Foundation, Inc. Cambia Health Solutions, Inc. Casey Family Programs Crye-Leike Realtors, Inc. Dell, Inc. Marilyn Cox Douglas Charitable Foundation Horatio B. Ebert Charitable Foundation The Ford Family Foundation Janet and Jeffrey Glidden Brenda and Bill Hamburg Sarah Hancock Harder Mechanical Contractors, Inc. George Harrington Trust The HCA Foundation Richard W. Jennings Foundation Janet and George Johnson The Joey Logano Foundation


Memphis Area Association of REALTORS® Yvette Lowenthal-Mulderry and Peter Mulderry Mustang Fund Oregon Community Foundation Marilyn and Dr. Robert B. Pamplin, Jr. Kim and Johnny Pitts Sisters of Mercy of North Carolina Foundation Michael and Kimberly Thesman* Tivity Health Foundation Tull Charitable Foundation United Way of the Columbia-Willamette David Wedaman Spence Wilson The Kemmons Wilson Family Foundation

FORCE FOR RESTORATION $100,000-$249,999 Anonymous AutoZone Alison and Jim Barton Mr. and Mrs. James Barton Teresa and Eric Bolton Boyle Investment Company Thomas L. Bradbury Mary Allen Lindsey Branan Foundation George M. Brown Trust Fund of Atlanta John Dustin Buckman Charitable Trust Harold W. Byrd C.H. Robinson Bena and George Cates Christie Bridge Christie Women's Committee Clarcor Foundation Classic Wines Auction Columbia State Bank Carole M. Cooperman Cornerstone Systems Harriett and Hilliard Crews Cummins Foundation Joe C. Davis Foundation Douglas Drane Charitable Fund Debra and William Elovitz FedEx Services

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flautt Foundation For The Carolinas The John and Mary Franklin Foundation Mr. and Mrs. William Giles Lorraine & Lloyd Glidden Foundation, Inc. Kristie and Dr. Tim Goldsmith Byron and Cynthia Grant Susie and Greg Gregory John H. & Wilhelmina D. Harland Charitable Foundation The Haslam 3 Foundation Marlene and Spencer Hays Foundation The Hearst Foundations Nollie and Amanda Henington Trust Highland Street Foundation Hilton Hotels Corporation Richard Hyland Kevin Hyneman International Paper Foundation Ms. Karen Fields Isaacman Konica Minolta The James R. Kuse Family Foundation The Estate of Marilyn V. Lind Lipscomb & Pitts Insurance, LLC The Leon Lowenstein Foundation Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Fund Andrew, Elizabeth, Steve, Dianne and Myron Mall Sylvia Goldsmith Marks Greg and Meredith Martin Ken May Ken Melkus Memphis Runners Track Club Menke Foundation Kristin and John Montgomery Oregon Chapter PGA Mr. and Mrs. James A. Parrish, Jr. Nancy and Glenn Pittson Margaret Conant Reiser Linda and Cliff Reyle Trudy and Pat Ritz Lee Rone Sanford Health The Sartain Lanier Family Foundation Richard Shaw Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary

Catharine D. Smith Spirit Mountain Community Fund Starbucks Foundation Michael S. Starnes and Dr. Laura M. Starnes Rick Talkov and Susan Davies Dr. Fred Thomason and Dr. Ann Brown Mr. and Mrs. James Vining Victoria and Daniel Wang Robin and Tom Watson Wellspring Management, LLC Sue and John Williams Fred B. Wilson Residuary Trust Women's Impact Fund David, Helen and Marian Woodward Fund Juan Young Trust *Janie’s Fund

Attendees pose at the Asheville, North Carolina Holiday Heroes party at Off The Wagon Piano Bar in 2019.

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Youth Villages was honored to receive generous support from over 7,000 committed donors who gave

$33 MILLION

in FY20. The following Champions for Children contributed $1,000 or more, which allows Youth Villages to expand its services to children and families who need them. These donations also provide the necessary support, training and leadership development to attract and retain exceptional staff to work with our children and families.

CHAMPIONS FOR CHILDREN Organizations


Backpack Heroes pickup

Holiday Heroes 2019

Socially distanced car parade

2019 Rockin' for Janie


INNOVATOR $100,000 or more Abrams Foundation Anonymous BancorpSouth-Mississippi Joshua & Anita Bekenstein Charitable Fund Blue Meridian Partners Cummings Foundation The Day Foundation FedEx Corporation First Horizon Foundation Fleetwood Foundation, Inc. Marlene and Spencer Hays Foundation JP's Peace, Love & Happiness Foundation* Klarman Family Foundation LiveNation* M. J. Murdock Charitable Trust One8 Foundation The Philanthropic Initiative Rose Family Foundation Speer Charitable Trust

VISIONARY $50,000 - $99,999 Anonymous Crews Family Foundation Digital Federal Credit Union Foundation For The Carolinas Hilton Honors Worldwide, LLC* The Joey Logano Foundation Memphis Grizzlies Charitable Foundation MGM Resorts International* Justin & Valere Blair Potter Foundation The Red Songbird Foundation* Ross Celebrity PR & Music Management* United Way of the Mid-South Women's Impact Fund

PILLAR $25,000 - $49,999 The Almond Company* Alternative Solutions Consulting, LLC Aquilini Group/A2A Rail* AutoZone

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The Cousens Trust Ruth Q. Davis Foundation Duke University Evergreen Foundation Gannett Foundation LaPolt Law, P.C.* The Memorial Foundation Oregon Community Foundation PNC Capital Group LTD.* Reigndeer Entertainment, LLC* Sisters of Mercy of North Carolina Foundation Starlite Holding Global SL* SunTrust Trusteed Foundations: Nell Warren Elkin and William Simpson Elkin Foundation United Way of Greater Greensboro

LEADER $10,000 - $24,999 AHEAD Altria BMG* Helen L. Siddon Bogan Charitable Trust Clark Foundation Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro, Inc. The Community Foundation of Western North Carolina, Inc. Creative Artists Agency* Joe C. Davis Foundation Dell, Inc. Duke Energy FlyteVu Agency, LLC GenCon, Inc. Global Artist Management* The HCA Foundation Nollie and Amanda Henington Trust In-N-Out Burger Foundation Institute of Real Estate Management Memphis Chapter 20 Junior League of Nashville Konica Minolta Business Solutions Lipscomb & Pitts Insurance, LLC Lovett-Woodsum Foundation Roy and Diane Marvin Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation Merancas Foundation William Morris Endeavor Entertainment* NaviHealth, Inc. NexAir, LLC Novant Health

The PeyBack Foundation Piedmont Natural Gas Pretty Sweeties LLC* ServiceMaster Sony Music* Strategic Online Systems TAG Truck Center TechnologyAdvice Tivity Health United Way of Central Carolinas United Way of Metropolitan Nashville Variety of Eastern Tennessee WRG Foundation

PROTECTOR $5,000 - $9,999 Advance Financial Foundation The Arbor Rouge Foundation Beyond Productions, Inc.* Bluescope Foundation, N.A. Boies Schiller Flexner LLP* Mary Allen Lindsey Branan Foundation Caterpillar Financial City Auto Sales Cogan Family Foundation The CommuniCare students of Tualatin High School & The Harold & Arlene Schnitzer CARE Foundation The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee Dell Direct Giving Campaign Dun Foundation* Exploration Group LLC* Jim Falk Automotive Group* The John and Mary Franklin Foundation GEODIS Letty-Lou and Joe Gilbert, Jr. Advised Fund GreyStone Power Foundation Hoover Family Foundation Suzan Hughes Education Foundation* J.C. Kennedy Foundation, Inc. Lakeland Lions Foundation Memphis Area Association of REALTORS Northwest Natural Fred and Judy Schmid Charitable Foundation Seattle Foundation Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary Skyline Security*


Ticket to Dream Foundation UNI/Universal Music Investment* United Way of the Greater Triangle Watkins Uiberall, PLLC Wheeler Foundation Joseph B. Whitehead Foundation

BUILDER $1,000 - $4,999 8300 Grand View Dev, LLC* Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. Allen & Hoshall Alpine Autoworks, Inc. Altis Endurance Sports, LLC America's Local Independent Charities of America Anonymous Atmos Energy Corporation Becker Capital Management C.M. Bishop Jr. Family Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation Bonnaroo Works Fund Dan and Merrie Boone Foundation The Boston Foundation Boulevard Bolt Bright Wings Foundation Horatio B. and Willie D. Buntin Foundation Cal-Maine Foods, Inc. The Canale Foundation, Inc. Capitol Resources, LLC CarMax Foundation Carr Riggs & Ingram, LLC Catholic Foundation of North Georgia, Inc. CFM Advocates Change Healthcare Churchill Mortgage Corporation Civitas Financial LLC Columbia Forest Products CP Kelco Crye-Leike Realtors, Inc. Cummings Properties The Dale Family Foundation Delta Asset Management, LLC The DeNyse Cares Foundation Diffenbaugh Family Charitable Fund Dollar General Literacy Foundation Draper Company* Duke University

E. B. S. Foundation EPM Marketing* EWI of Nashville Exchange Club of Donelson/Hermitage Farmers Insurance Exchange First Congregational Church, Winchester First Horizon National Corporation G Family Fund Genesco, Inc. Globe Life Goldman Sachs & Co LLC The Grainger Foundation HCA Healthcare Corporation Hoffman Corporation Nancy Horstkotte Memorial Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation Idaph, LLC Immanuel Lutheran Church International Paper Corporation Jackson Charitable Foundation Jersey Mike's The Jewish Federation of Nashville & Middle Tennessee Jones Eyecare, PLLC Keesler Federal Credit Union Kiwanis Foundation of Atlanta, Inc. Les Schwab Tire Centers Lewis Thomason Charitable Giving, Inc. Linkous Construction Co., Inc. Magnolia Health Plan MAS Family Charitable Foundation McLeroy Foundation Memphis British Sports Car Club LTD. MeWe* Mitchell Family, LLC Nutter, McClennen & Fish LLP OnPoint Community Credit Union Oregon Attorney General's Fund for Foster Youth of The Oregon Community Foundation Orion Roofing & Construction* Popsockets, LLC* Providence Health & Services Publix Super Markets Charities QuikTrip Corporation R&H Construction Raintree Nine Hole Women's Golf Association Resilient Walker Roadshow BMW/Roadshow Mini

Rogers Group, Inc. Idalia Roth Charitable Trust Sheraton Memphis Downtown Hotel Siena Engineering Group Silly Goose LLC Southeastern Asset Management, Inc. Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP Strategic Management Services, LLC Stringer Family Fund Tourswag* Trinity Tree Cannabis Inc.* Tull Charitable Foundation United Way of Greater Atlanta The UPS Store - Cordova Valley Lawn* Wagon Wheel Title Walmart #5043 Walmart #695 Washtopia Elizabeth C. Weaver Estate Whitehall Benefits, LLC Windermere Foundation Winnowski Family Foundation Suzanne Lang Younge Community Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation

These donors gave $1,000 or more in fiscal year 2020. *Janie’s Fund

The Inner Harbour Campus recreation therapy department completed a caving training trip to Pettyjohn's Cave at Crockford Pigeon Mountain in Georgia in 2019.

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LifeSet participant Laxavier received a Ford F-150 from a very generous donor.

CHAMPIONS FOR CHILDREN Individuals


INNOVATOR $100,000 or more Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bower Marian and Mike Bruns Sandy and Paul Edgerley Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lackie Patrick and Ellen Lawler Mr. Sean McCoshen*

VISIONARY $50,000 - $99,999 Anonymous * Mr. Mike De Paola* Mr. Matt Harvey* Kim and Bryan Jordan Mr. John (Bill) Landers Glenn and Nancy Pittson* Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rosas Stephanie and Brian Spector

PILLAR $25,000 - $49,999 Amy and David Abrams Mr. and Mrs. Marty Davis* Mr. Steven Greenberg* Barbara and Amos Hostetter Mr. and Mrs. Steve Luczo* Kristin and Paul Marcus Greg and Meredith Martin Mr. and Mrs. McNeal McDonnell Yvette Lowenthal-Mulderry and Peter Mulderry Pat and Trudy Ritz Ms. Aimee Schachter* Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sweeney Darci and Charlie Swindells

LEADER $10,000 - $24,999 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Allen Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Mr. Mark Breiner Ms. Gabrielle Chang*

Mr. and Mrs. David Duke* David and Terry Durocher Jean-Francois Gagnon and Genevieve Cloutier-Gagnon* Mr. and Mrs. Darwin German* Mr. and Mrs. William Giles Dr. and Mrs. Tim Goldsmith Susie and Greg Gregory Kevin D. Hall Estate Caroline and Jeremy Hannah Kevin Hyneman Lisa and Michael Josephson Mr. Jerome Klein* Mr. and Mrs. Myron Mall Ms. Evelyn Marquis* Mr. and Mrs. Richard McKinley Mr. and Mrs. Jody Paine Mr. and Mrs. John Pettey* Ms. Hope Phillips* Mr. Michael Phillips* Kim and Johnny Pitts Janice and Ronnie Randall Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Reyle Amy and Bill Rhodes Mrs. Nicole Runge* Maurice and Luly Samuels Richard P. Shaw II Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Speyer Jennifer and Seth Stier Dr. Fred Thomason and Dr. Ann Brown Mrs. Ann Vining David Wedaman

PROTECTOR $5,000 - $9,999 Deneen Aceto Mrs. Jacquie Aiche* Lenora Ashley Mickey and Bob Atchinson Mr. and Mrs. Brian Boehm Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bradshaw Mr. Michael Bradshaw Monica and Peter Campanella Katherine Cantrell Ms. Pamela Clements Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Covington*

Amy and Darrell Crate Michael and Barbara Eisenson Paul Enderson Mr. Robert English* Weston Engram Ms. Anna Ester and Ms. Erica Kimmel* Kathleen Fanning Ms. Angela Fisher* Mr. and Mrs. Edward Foster Jessica Foster Amanda Futral Ms. Melissa Goodwin* Mr. Shep Gordon* Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Greenhouse Mr. and Mrs. William Hamburg Mr. Tim Headington* Ms. Barbara Heffernan Ms. Elsa Higginbotham* Dr. Sarah Hurley Jennifer Jones Ms. Donna Kaczala* Charmaine Kromer Mr. Luis Lopez* Jessica and Josh Lutzker Mr. Rod MacSween* Ms. Mishuku Matsuda Ms. Rene Meredith* Ms. Shannon Millen Mr. Robert Buckman and Ms. Joyce Mollerup John Norris III LaTonya Pendleton Ms. Denise Rich* Mr. and Mrs. Neal Rider* Katja Russell Helen Chin Schlichte Andrea Smith Catherine Smith Michael and Jill Stansky Matthew Stone Mr. Robert Swartz Caron and Kevin Tabb Jill Terry Mr. Michael Vagnoni* Larry and Brenda Vickers Mr. and Mrs. Michael Waddell Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wang

BUILDER $1,000 - $4,999

Celia Abbott Mr. Dennis Adkins Mr. David Albano Camille Alberson Amie Albert Mr. and Mrs. Les Albro Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Allen Mr. Michael Anderson* Lauren Anzelone Darnell Austin Mr. Benjamin Bailey* Mr. Kevin Baker Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ballesteros Carla Bancroft Mr. and Mrs. David Banks Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Barnett Mr. and Mrs. Jim Barton Katya Batlle Mr. Robert Beinstein* David and Ginny Bennett Tanesha Benson Mr. Carsen Berger Ms. Tia Bethea Sarah Biggers Britany Binkowski Channon Bishop Savannah Black Mr. Paul Blavin Monica Blocker Keibreona Bobo Kevia Bolden Judy Bomar Michelle Booker Cynthia Borgognoni Deborah Bowens Mr. Phillip Boyer Mr. Todd Bradley* Andrea Bradshaw April Bragg Jeremy Breithaupt Rachel Britton Garrett Brown Ms. Anita Brueck Mr. Fred Burdette

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BUILDER (cont.) Mr. Scott Burgess Rebecca Burton Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Campbell Anne Cannon Denise Caraway Allyson Carrozza McKenzie Carruthers Susan Carruthers Ashley Carter Charles Catron Tijuana Claiborne Thompson Georgine Clancy Mr. Benjamin Clements Lauren Clevenger Shawn Cline Stephanie Cole-Farris Mr. Ernie Collins Mariel Combs and Jason Yamamoto John Cooke Dr. and Mrs. Reginald Coopwood Mary Copeland Rankin Cox Ms. Laura Crago Malcolm Crawford Mr. Egil Croff Jacquelyn Cutillo Meghan Davenport Barbara Davis Bryanna Davis Claire Davis Jasmine Davis Mr. and Mrs. Philip Davis Terri Davis Ms. Carol Dawson Ms. Tamika Dearman Susan Deason Janett Dennis Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan Depillo Ms. Angela DePriest Kathryn Dickerson Senator Steve Dickerson Bernard Dickson Katherine Dilly Heather Dinneen Mr. Peyton Dodson

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Mr. Larry Doran Mr. John Dorsey* Kenneth Dotson Kimberly Douglas Alan Duncan Avery Duncan Karla Dupre Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Earl Mr. Scott Eastom* George Edmonds Jim and Betsy Edmonds Mr. Robert Edmundowicz Christina Edwards Estate of Thomas Edwards Mr. Jack Eiferman and Ms. Fern Fisher Mr. Richard Eskind Megan Facer Nicole Fannin Brittany Farrar Dr. Jim Fiechtl Mr. Matthew Fields* Crystal Fisher Dr. Candace Steele Flippin Carla Flowers Mr. Tommy Floyd Ms. Meredith Forehand Ms. Wendy Foster Mr. Eric Fountain Mr. Stephen Francescon Gail Franklin Carla Freeman Sarah Frierson Linda and Michael Frieze Amy Frizzell Mrs. June Fulbright Mr. Spencer Fullen Mrs. Priya Galante Shelia Garner Mr. James Gattas Mr. Ricky Gautreau Mr. Gerard Geraghty Mr. Andrew Gibbs Mrs. Anne Gibson Mr. Harris Gilbert Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gilbert Shauntay Giles Christen Glickman

Joseph Goldsmith Mr. and Mrs. Michael Goldstein La'Keisha Gomes Ms. Leanne Gould* Brandi Granoff Latonya Greaves Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Greenhill Kimatha Greer Ms. Lisa Gregory Andrew Grover Chelsie Habib Sarah Halliburton Andre' Hammon II Patrick Hampton James Hancock Rebecca Hancock Adeyinka Hansen Rosalynn Hare Kristopher Harper Mr. Michael Harris Shantae Harris Ms. Tanya Hart Tanya Harvey Mr. and Mrs. Jay Harvill Carlos Hawkins Rekha and Ryan Hayden Kellye Hazelwood Julee Head Mr. Bruce Hein* Ashley Herndon Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hicks Gregory Hilemon Ms. Allison Hinson Jessica Hodges Starla Hoehne Bobbie Hopf Melissa Hopper Fred and Joan Horstkotte John Horton John Howard Jamie Hughes Rae Hummell Mr. Don Hunt Mr. James Scott Hunt Barry Ingle Mrs. Susan Inman Marcia Isenberg

Kristi Jackson Melissa Jackson-Wade Ralph and Janice James Bradley Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson Hughes Johnson Julian Johnson LaKim Johnson Mr. Taylor Johnson Colby Jonas Christopher Jones Dr. and Mrs. Mark Jones Natalie Jones Mr. Nicholas Jones* Paula Jordan Theresa Jurgensen Sierra Kehoe Doga Keith, Ph.D. Ms. Kristy Kennedy* Mr. Nathaniel Kenney Ms. Kristy Kent Brittany Kidwell Ken Kimble Mr. Todd Kimpton Cassandra King James Kirk Ms. Kym Kish* LaTika Kouakou Mrs. Heloise Kuhn Elizabeth Lambert Mr. Nathaniel Landau Kristin Landers Mr. and Mrs. William Lavelle Danielle Lawrence Ms. Flo Lawrence* Lindsay Lawson Ph.D. Mr. Clay Lee Mr. and Mrs. Danny Lee Rebekah Lemmons Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Lewellen Jessica Liff Margaret Liggett Mr. and Mrs. Louis Loeb Mr. and Mrs. Robert Loeb Ms. Sarah Looney Sarah Lord Shauna Lugar


Cynthia Lynch Pamela and Tom Lynch Gary Lyons Jennifer Mack Neddies Madden Andrew Mangrum Mr. and Mrs. Xavier Mann Jessica Manns Mrs. Amy Markham Mrs. Meghan Markie Ms. Susan Mars John Marshall Germaine Martin Neal Martin Becky Massi William Matthews Paige McCormick Angela McCrady Mr. and Mrs. Paul McDonald Misty McGaugh Ms. Jill McGowan* Whitney McKee Ms. Alexandria McKenzie Ms. Rachel McKinley Ann Meeks Ms. Celina Mendoza Ms. Rene Merideth* Walter Meyer Ms. Sarah Mickle Johnnetta Milberry Mr. Ryan Millen Kayleen Miller Dr. Mechelle Miller Ashley Mills Connie Mills Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Miskew Amanda Moffitt Virginia Montoya Kristy Moore Renee Morris Ms. Mary Morton Ms. Joyce Moskowitz* John Moss Lee Moten Jr. Amanda Mullen Ms. Bea Murphy Nicolas Nelms

Jordan Nemeth Mr. David Newsom Jaclyn Nottage Jenna and Mark O'Donnell Darin Oring Heather Owsley-Smith Ms. Aylin Ozgener Andrea Paille Brandie Palmer Scott Palmer Mr. and Mrs. Craig Paridy Mr. Curt Parsley* Mr. and Mrs. Chris Patterson Pamela Pearce Katherine Peatross Christopher Peete Tama Pence Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Pennington Mr. and Mrs. Sid Phadke Patricia Pickett Ms. Nicole Pignatello Mr. Anthony Pilotto Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Pleas Cheryl Porter Mrs. Carol Prentiss Mr. John Price Raymond Primes III Scott Pugh Stephanie Pugh Dawn Puster Ivy Ray Ms. Brittany Reed Steve Reinisch Laura Richardson Ms. Jeannette Riendeau Ms. Heather Rivera Ms. Amy Robinson Ms. Whitney Rodell Christopher Rollins Mr. and Mrs. Clark Rollins Nicole Romero Justina Rowan Ivonne Saldana Lisa Sanchez Tangina Sanders Mary Guerrero Santana Mr. Michael Sapir*

Kimberly Saunders Heather Savage Mrs. Mary Scanlan Catherine Schnebelen Greg Schott Mrs. Michelle Schott Carl Scott Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Seeley Luke Self Ms. Karen Sharp* Alisha Shaw Kimberly Shaw Mrs. Estelle Sheahan Yuling Shi Raquel Shutze Tess Sikma Ms. Janet Sisco Jocelyn Sisson Kimberly Slater Allison Smith Mr. Eric Smith Mr. Jared Smith* Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith Rebecca Smith Mrs. Vickie Smith* Victor Smith Mr. Robert Snelling Linda Snyder M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sowell Brandie Spicer Megan Stafford Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Steepleton Andrew Stehberger Rhonda Stempkovski Ms. Rajani Stengewis* Chiquaisha Strong Mr. and Mrs. Gary Stuart Jordan Sullivan Lori Sustek Jacqueline Sutton Maria Swann Mr. Thomas Swann Mr. David Sweetser Mr. and Mrs. Van Swofford Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Tanzer Chejuna Tate Mr. David Taylor

Janie Taylor Marsha Taylor Lisa Thacker Mr. James Thoma Ms. Jeanne Thomas Angela Thompson Amanda Tillman Anne Trask Dr. David Trenner Brenda Triplett Mrs. Lucy Turnbull Mr. and Mrs. Jim Turner Capria Tyson Julie Ulander Kara Vanasse Abigail Vander Laan Ms. Wendy Vincent Mr. and Mrs. Knox Walkup Ms. Carla Wallace Geraldine Wallace Pam and Benjamin Watkins Joseph Weingarten Jr. Jameta Wheeler Mr. Thomas Wicinski Mr. David Wilcock* Lyndsay Wilkinson Ashley Willacker Ms. Emily Williams Joseph Wilson Ted and Sheila Winnowski Mr. Jeff Worswick Michael Wright Samantha Wright Dr. Pramila Yadav Chelsie Young Kerry Zeiss

These donors gave $1,000 or more in fiscal year 2020. *Janie’s Fund

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COMMUNITY PARTNERS Youth Villages thanks the hundreds of community partners across the country that gave their time, talent and treasure to help children and families live successfully in FY20.

Employees of naviHealth celebrate Holiday Heroes in Tennessee at the end of 2019.

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@awakenjoy.life 180 Degree Farm 4th Wall Entertainment 7 Stages Theater 94.1 The Wolf 98.1 The Max A. Marshall Family Food Acuff & Associates Advanced Financial Advanced Network Solutions Aerotek AfroDance AFWF Foundation AgTech Ajax Turner Akzo Nobel Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. Alliance Business Services AllState Altis Endurance Altria American Red Cross Amerigo Ameripride Services AMI Metals, Inc. Andrews Cadillac Aon Arnold Worldwide, Inc. The Arts Empowerment Project Asurion Atlanta Community Tool Bank Atlanta Track Club AW Real Estate Management, LLC Babalu Tacos and Tapas Backyard Bistro Banana Republic Factory Store Bartlett Area Chamber of Commerce Bartlett Recreation Center Bass Pro Shops Beale Street Corvette Club Beau Joie Champagne* Bellevue Baptist Church Bellevue Loves Memphis Bent Water Brewing Company Bernard Health Bernkopf Goodman LLP Berry College Bethesda Health Care Big Yellow Dog Music Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Healthy Blue

Blue Sky Cottage Blues City Café BNY Mellon Boingo Graphics Bolton Academy Books for Africa Boston Cares The Boston Foundation Boston Red Sox Foundation Boyle Investment Company Brady Services Brasfield & Gorrie, LLC Breakaway Running Brett's Cornhole Boards BridgeHead Software, Inc. Bridgepoint General Contracting The Bridgespan Group Bullseye Compliance Buxton Hall BBQ C.H. Robinson C.R. Gibson Cake Dreams Etc. Caked & Confused by Lexi Camp Beech Haven Capitol Resources Capo Restaurant and Supper Club CareHere, LLC CarMax Carolina Complete Health Carolina Panthers Carolinas DJ Professionals Carver High School Cassette Rewind Cathead Distillery CBIZ MHM, LLC. Celtic Crossing Irish Pub & Restaurant CertaPro Painters Chadd Allen Ministries Champs Sports Chaney Day Parade Photography Change Healthcare Char Restaurant Charity Golf International Chick-fil-a ChickTime Child Evangelism Fellowship Ciao Bella Italian Grill and Bar Cisco Systems City of Atlanta/District 9 City Tap House

Clearline Network Clubhouse Event Group CMT Columbia Forest Products Converse Convertiv Corinthian Events Cornerstone Systems Corsair Distillery CP Kelco CPI Card Group Cradles to Crayons Crave Bistro Cross Point Church CrossFit Forte Crumble Catering Inc.* Crye-Leike Realtors Cube Smart Cummings Properties Cummins Cumulus Radio Cupcake Cutie Custom Cakes by Glenda Data Facts, Inc. DataBlue Davio's Northern Italian Steakhouse De La Montanya Vineyards* John Paul Dejoria* Delek US Delish Desserts Dell, Inc. DeNyse Signs Desoto County School District Deviney Equipment Division of Behavioral Health Services Dollar General Douglas Core Douglas County Chamber of Commerce DPR Construction Duke Energy Dunkin Donut Dutch Bros Coffee Eat at Eric's Grill & Catering Education Realty Trust Edward Jones EFT Source, Inc. Ellendale United Methodist Church EM Printing Empathy Café Empower Retirement *Janie’s Fund

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PARTNERS (cont.) Entercom Memphis, LLC The Escape Game Nashville ESPN 92.9 Exchange Club of Donelson/Hermitage Executive Women International Experian F3 F5 The Fairmont Copley Plaza Fame Internet Marketing Farmers Insurance Farmer’s Table FedEx First Congregational Church, Winchester First Horizon Fleet Feet Sports Flour Bakery Flowers Baking Company of Batesville FlyteVu Food with Class - A Program of Youth Villages Ford Motor Company Fostering Families Frank Grisanti's Fresh Salon Friends of Riverside Park Friends of Spink-Collins Park Frontdoor Fullview Baptist Church Galloway Memorial United Methodist Church GenCon Genesco Geny Insurance Agency, Inc. GEODIS George's Pizza Georgia Aquarium Georgia State University Germantown Church of Christ Gideons International Gilliam's Community Garden Girl Scout Troop 3326 Glass Doctor of Raleigh Goldman, Sachs & Co. The Goo Goo Shop Google Grace Barlow Dent, LPC Counseling Greater Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce Greenways for Nashville Greystone Power HABIT (Human Animal Bond In TN)

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Habitat for Humanity The Half Shell Hampton Inn and Suites Harper Corporation Harvard Business School Havas Media HCA HealthEdge Hibbett Sports Inc. Hines HireDirect HQ Hohner* Holy Nation Church The Home Depot The Home Depot Innovation Group HomeLight Hope Assembly of God Hope Church Memphis Horne House on the Rock Church Huey's Hugh-Baby’s BBQ & Burger Shop Hunt Brothers Pizza iHeartRadio* Imurj Incredible Pizza Indulge Catering, LLC Informa Investment Solutions Ingram Entertainment Inivata In-N-Out Burger* Institute of Real Estate Management Memphis Chapter 20 InStream International Paper ISTS J McLaughlin Jackson National Life Insurance Company JDJ Family Office Jeremy Head Golf Store JetBlue Jim ‘N Nick’s Junior League of Nashville Kele, Inc. Keller Williams Realty Kelley Productions Kendra Scott Kiwanis Club of Bartlett Kiwanis Foundation KIX106 FM Kona Ice

KPMG Kraft CPAs The Kraft Group Kuehne + Nagel Inc. Lakeside Lamacchia Realty - Bea Ghita Landmark Christian Academy Lapolt Law* LBMC Leadership Triangle The Learning Lab Lennys Grill & Subs Lexus of Memphis Lifecycle Building Center Lipman Brothers Litman Gerson Associates, LLP (LGA) The Little Clinic Live Love Memphis Local Meals for Local Heroes Louie's Deli & Meat Market Lyft Madico MadTree Brewing Company Magnolia Federal Credit Union Magnolia Health Plan Mahaffey Tent Co. Malham Leverage Group Margie's 901 Homemade Ice Cream Market Commercial Real Estate The Marketing Arm Marketing By Design (MBD) Marshall's Steakhouse Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint Mary Scott Park Masks NOW, TN MasterM.I.N.D. Productions Maverick* Justin McConney* Memphis Area Association of REALTORS Memphis British Sports Car Club LTD. Memphis Grizzlies Memphis Pride All Stars Memphis Restaurant Association Memphis Runners Track Club Meridian MFS Investment Management The Microsoft Store Milwaukee Tools Ministry of the Heart Minuteman Press


Mississippi State University Mosa Asian Bistro A Moveable Feast & HOG WILD Catering Co. Mt. Zion United Methodist Women’s Group Multi Agency Alliance for Children Music City Boards My Bag, My Story The Nashville Food Project Nashville Jr. Predators Hockey Team Nashville Predators Foundation Nathan Rivers Chesky National Charity League naviHealth NC Department of Correction New England Aquarium New England Shirdi Sai Parivaar New Hope Christian Church New Manchester High School Student Ambassadors NFIB Nike Nissan North Bridge North River Church of Christ Northwest Mutual Nothing Bundt Cakes Nutter, McLennen & Fish, LLP Oak Elementary Oak Grove Baptist Church Oak Hall Off the Wagon Dueling Piano Bar Old Dominick Distillery Open Hand Atlanta Optum Britney Palmer* Pandora Radio Park Pride Party Reflections Patrick Accounting Peddlin' Pig Penne Pazze Italian Restaurant Performance Foodservice Pfizer Piedmont Natural Gas Pileum Corporation Pink Flamingo PMC Commercial Interiors PMK* Polished Nail Boutique Portland Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Portrait Makers LLC

PRA Nashville Prairie Farms Premiere Transportation Premium Refreshment Pretty Paws Providence Health & Services PsychHub Public Sector Group Publico Street Bistro and Garden PwC Pyro's Fire Fresh Pizza Quilt For A Child R.C. Mathews Raleigh Studios* Regions Reliance Heating & Air Renasant Bank ResMed RETNA* RevSpring Rhonda Lou's Rich Products Right Gift Riko's Kickin Chicken Riley Warnock & Jacobson Ring Rizzo's Diner RJ Young Rochford Realty and Construction Rock-it Cargo* Rogers Group Ropes & Gray LLP Rotary Club of Winchester Sacred Journeys, LLC Safety Quip Salon Persona Sal's Pizza San Pellegrino Water* Santander SBLI Scott Insurance Senovva Inc.* Sentinel Benefits Serenbe Playhouse ServiceMaster Seven Sides Sew For Hope Sewing Soldiers of Middle TN Shake Shack Siena Engineering Group

Signet Silicon Ranch Corp. Silky O'Sullivan's Simplus Singleton Community Center Sisters of Mercy of North Carolina Foundation Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary Sky Zone — Ridgeland Sodexo STOP Hunger Foundation Soulfood Ministries Soundstripe South Point Risk Southern College of Optometry Southern Security Federal Credit Union Southern Shows Southwest Airlines Speedway Children's Charities Squire Patton Boggs, LLC St. Philip's Episcopal Church Star Spangled Brewery State Farm Insurance State Systems, Inc. Kelly Stone* Stone Soup Café & Market Strata Italiano Strategic Online Systems Sugar and Spice Sweets Sweetwater Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution Sword & Shield Enterprise Security Sycamore View Church of Christ Sylvan Middle School Sysco Memphis LLC Target - Nashville TechnologyAdvice TEKsystems Tennessee Soccer Club ThirdHome Thomas & Company Thundering Hooves Ticket To Dream Foundation Tivity Health T-Mobile Tobacco Road Coffee & Smoke Shop Top Buttons TP Howard Plumbing Traveler's Insurance Tree House Brewing Company Trees Atlanta Trinisys Trinity Baptist Church *Janie’s Fund

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PARTNERS (cont.) Trinity FWB Tristar Sports and Entertainment* Triumph Bank Turner Universal Tuscan Kitchen UBS Financial Services UL Workplace Health and Safety Unapologetic United Way of the Mid-South UnitedHealthcare UNITS Unity of Nashville University of Memphis University of Mississippi Medical Center University of Missouri University of Tennessee Knoxville University of Texas at Arlington Unum UPS US Bank Vanderbilt Legends Club Vanderbilt University Vanderbilt University Medical Center Vanelli's Deli & Catering Vanick Varco Pruden Veritas Community Groups Via Productions* Vineyard Vines Vision Volunteer Corporate Credit Union Walker-J-Walker Walmart Wellstar Western Wake Women's Club Wheels 4 Hope Whitehall Beneficiaries Willie's Superbrew Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati (WSGR) The Women’s Auxiliary Wood Personnel WRVR 104.5 FM Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs, LLP XPO Logistics YMCA of the Triangle Your House of Flowers Youth Service America Zeta Global Zimmer Zion Hill Baptist Church

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*Janie’s Fund

LEGACY SOCIETY We are grateful to these members of the Youth Villages Legacy Society who have expressed their support by including Youth Villages in their long-term financial plans. John W. Alden R. W. Babson Phyllis O'Bryan Bailey Marjorie C. Barber Mr. and Mrs. Marvin M. Barofsky Paul W. Barret Jr. Helen L. Siddon Bogan Marian and Mike Bruns Albert R. Capley David D. Coleman Jane B. Cook Gladys Copeland Leo and Constance Coughlin Flora Crenshaw Grace Dempsey Ermee Dixon Thomas G. Elliott Margaret C. Fernea Rose P. Garber Ellen Abbott Gilman David Charles Goggio Vera Goldman Dalton Gregory

Margaret F. Harmon George Harrington William G. Harvey Joseph E. & Frances E. Heney Nollie and Amanda Henington Ann Hinkel Leah A. Hirsch Godfrey M. Hyams Lela Almaria Johnson Nelson Jones Martha Keith Jack Ladd Patrick and Ellen Lawler Ilene S. Lawrence Marilyn V. Lind Agnes M. Lindsay Frederick L. Maltby Nancye Fleming Markle Billie V. McDowell Neva McMahon Claire M. Mitchell M. J. Murdock Elizabeth H. Perkins

Amel Peterson Andrea Jane Pirolo Esther Maegly Reinecke Pauline and Maurice Riggins A. B. Roseberry Fanny Rosenfield Idalia Roth Jeaneatta H. Sautter Phil C. Schreier Ruth M. Schulze Bernie and Kelly Lawler Schweiss Dorothy and J. H. Shepherd Dean Stanley Margaret Louise Stevens Marler Stone Rose Swanson Joy Velte C. Lamar Wallis Elizabeth C. Weaver Clinton Brooks Whitfield Linda and David Young

CREDITS Writing, design and photography: Youth Villages Marketing and Communications Department, Getty Images, Greg Campbell Photography, DWSams Creative, Bob Bayne Photography, Brice Media and Stephanie Muther Photography, Erica Baker, Baker Stories Printing: Paulsen Printing | ©2020 Youth Villages, Inc.


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