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UNITED WAY OF ESCAMBIA COUNTY
2013 ANNUAL REPORT
GIVE. ADVOCATE. VOLUNTEER.
United Way of Escambia County
unitedwayescambia.org
IN THIS ISSUE
Board & Staff ........................... 2
Significant Community Impact .. 3
Top Ten Successes .................. 4
Non-Profit Program Partners ...... 5
And the Nominees Are ............... 6
How We Did ............................ 7-8
Impact Statistics ...................... 9
2013 Financials ...................... 10
Volunteer Highlights ............... 11
2-1-1 ....................................... 12
Tocqueville Society/Agnes Weis .. 13
Loaned Executive Program ..... 14
Red Feather Fellowship ....... 15-16
Emerging Leaders .................... 17
Workplace Giving ..................... 18
Diamond Donors ...................... 19
Pledge Card ............................. 20
Give the UNITED Way ............ 21
Sponsors .................................. 22
MISSION:
“Uniting our community and leveraging resources to improve lives.”
VISION:
“A community united to create better opportunities for all.”
VALUES:
INTEGRITY Demonstrates exceptional impartiality and consistency and
communicates with total transparency.
LEADERSHIP Exemplifies the highest standards of non-profit management.
INCLUSIVENESS
Seeks input from non-profit agencies, partners, donors and citizens
so that we may be respectful, responsive and supportive in building
better relationships.
VOLUNTEERISM
Sets the standard as the best example of a collaborative, respectful
and supportive volunteer.
EXCELLENCE Exceeds all standards while maintaining a focus and understanding
of our role to build a better community.
STAY
CONNECTED
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www.unitedwayescambia.org
2013-2014 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The United Way Board of Directors meets
monthly on the fourth Thursday of each month at Gulf
Power’s Corporate Office. Board members are elected
annually and serve a one year term. Members are
eligible for board membership for up to nine years in
cycles of three year terms. At the end of nine years,
they must take a year off before being eligible for
continued board membership.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE:
BOARD MEMBERS:
BOARD OF DIRECTORS COMMITTEE CHAIRS:
Kathy Anthony
Jeff Dannelly
Cathy England
KC Etheredge
Hal George
Oliver Jones
Ted Kirchharr
Carol Hawthorne
Oliver Jones
Trip Maygarden
Bob McLaughlin
David Moore
Vaughn Nichols
Ed Ranelli
Malcolm Thomas
Gary Sammons, Chair
Meri Asmar, Secretary & HR Chair
David Jones, Past Chair
Yvette McLellan, Funds Distribution Chair
David Peaden, Chair-Elect & Campaign Chair
Bob Sanders, Treasurer & Finance Chair
Kevin Doyle, Nominating Committee Chair
Kendrick Doidge, Marketing Committee Chair
Mark Faulkner, Advocacy Chair
John Floyd, Funds Distribution Co-Chair
Kathie Jeffcoat, Passport Chair
Tim Putman, UWADA Chair
Patrice Whitten, Foundation & Planned Giving Chair
Gulf Power Company
Lewis Bear Company
Gulf Power Company
City of Pensacola
Home Builders Assoc. of West Fl.
Regions Bank
Pensacola News Journal
West Florida Health Care
Baptist Hospital
Gulf Power Company
Rodney Rich & Company
Children’s Home Society
Pensacola State College
BOARD MEMBER OF THE YEAR
STAFF MEMBER OF THE YEAR
With four nominations and 222 hours of
donated service to United Way, Yvette was the
overwhelming choice for recognition as Board
Member of the Year. Nominations stated, “She
is passionate about her role with the funds
distribution committee.” She is recognized as
a team player and a leader and many expressed
appreciation for Yvette’s willingness to “do the
homework” before and between meetings. Her
commitment to drop everything, while working
tirelessly to improve the funds distribution process and our relationships with
partner agencies left staff in awe of Yvette and her spirit of service. As one
nominee said, “I truly have no idea where Yvette finds the time to do all that
she does…she never misses meetings and her input is invaluable…” Yvette’s
efforts with funds distribution and the city workplace campaign contributed to
comments on her efforts that sum up her service: “mind-blowing...she truly
gives 110% to the process.”
With three nominations and a total of 141 hours
given in volunteer time to United Way and other
organizations, Amanda Crabtree earned her
recognition as Staff Member of the Year. Quietly
working behind the scenes as the Operations
Manager for our 2-1-1 Program, Amanda gives
unselfishly to ensure we successfully serve the
entire community. Amanda has helped forge
vital relationships with United Way Worldwide and
multiple community agencies. Amanda performed
as one nomination said, “beyond our wildest expectations.” Her efforts with Toys
for Tots ensured we were able to handle over 6,500 calls registering for toys.
“Her endless days and nights working with the United Way Worldwide staff to
create the data fields and instructional component in the VisionLink database”
garnered national recognition as the product she created was “utilized by five
different United Ways across the country.” There is no doubt that Amanda is a
“true team player that puts the needs of the organization before her own.”
2013-2014 STAFF
YVETTE McLELLAN
Andrea Krieger
Tara Bomar
Samantha Boudreaux
Rachael Cox
Amanda Crabtree
Gertrude Dunlap
Bonnie George
Frank Giammaria
Tom Hilton
Laura Hill
Rita Icenogle
Kenda Kaiser
Melissa Lewis
Mike Martin
William Nahrang
Savanna Penland
AMANDA CRABTREE
President/CEO
Lyndi Smith Volunteer/Community Engagement Manager
2-1-1 Information and Referral Specialist
Matthew Teston RSVP Coordinator
Administrative Assistant
James Williams 2-1-1 Information and Referral Specialist
Marketing & Communications Manager
SEASONAL EMPLOYEES
2-1-1 Operations Manager
Charles Bone MFT Call Center Manager (partnership with UWW)
Administrative Assistant
Jill Miller MFT Specialist (partnership with UWW)
2-1-1 Information and Referral Specialist
Linda
Tutt MFT Specialist (partnership with UWW)
Campaign Coordinator
James
Poule
MFT Specialist (partnership with UWW)
Chief Financial Officer
Louisa
Hereford
MFT Specialist (partnership with UWW)
Campaign Director
Tyler
Paulding
2-1-1 Information and Referral Specialist during disasters
2-1-1 Director
Office Assistant (partnership with NCBA)
VOLUNTEER INTERNS
Director of HR/Admin.
Lindsay Bucci
Gretchen Devuyst
Nicole Richard
2-1-1 Manager
Ashley Carlson
Tyler Emmons
Christine Whitlow
Warehouse Assistant (partnership with NCBA)
Meg Clark
Jill Highsmith
Courtney Woolum
2-1-1 Information and Referral Specialist
Misty Clarke
Daniella Machado
Rachel Zaris
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SIGNIFICANT
COMMUNITY
IMPACTS
GIVE.
$3.85M was leveraged with in-kind donations, collaborative partnerships and
volunteer hours to create an $8.9M impact on our community. Additionally,
funding from donors who chose to give the united way, was leveraged by agencies
to draw down an additional $1.77M in state, federal and local matches. We
increased allocations of funding to our local community by $161,851 (an 8%
increase).
ADVOCATE.
The Consensus Agenda, supported by United Way of Escambia County in
collaboration with other United Ways across Florida, resulted in an additional
$5.1M dedicated to school readiness, a $750,000 increase in funding for homeless
coalitions and a 17% increase in funding for community care for the elderly.
VOLUNTEER.
1,799 volunteers swelled to 2,446 individuals (a 36% increase in number of
volunteers) and 29,487 volunteer hours grew to 42,536 hours (a 44% increase in
the volunteer labor). This increase resulted in a $941,747 gift of talent compared
to $629,842 in 2011-2012.
LIVE UNITED.
A community assessment reviewed by partners at the University of West
Florida HAAS Center validated the ten priority goals used to address
community needs. Our Non-Profit Training Series and other partnerships
increased our impact on the community the equivalent of $800,000 in 20122013. Agency partnerships increased by 27% as certified partners went
from 41 agencies to 52. Programs that requested funding increased by 8%
from 52 programs to 56. Our grants and other financial assistance to the
community increased by 8% from $2,133,079 to $2,295,920. We converted our
website to a more user-friendly mobile application; our partnership with United
Way Worldwide showcased talent and efficiency of Escambia County operations;
and 2-1-1 expanded support from eight counties to increase sustainability.
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TOP 10 SUCCESSES FOR THE 2012-2013 YEAR
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GIVE as valued by United Way Worldwide in required annual database reporting
2012-2013 = $8,913,236
2011-2012 = $8,105,331
10% increase in overall community impact
ADVOCATE as valued by United Way Worldwide in required annual database reporting
2012-2013 = $157,345 (My Free Taxes, Day of Caring and Sponsorship of Non-Profit Training/LE Trainings)
2011-2012 = $0 in corporate strategy/philanthropy
VOLUNTEER as valued by United Way Worldwide in required annual database reporting
2012-2013 = 1,799 matches with 42,536 hours valued at $926,859
2011-2012 = 29,487 hours valued at $629,842
44% increase in hours 47% increase in value of service
NON-PROFIT TRAINING SERIES developed and initiated
2012-2013 = six sessions, 28 leadership volunteers, 274 registrations Jan-June 2012
2011-2012 = no series
No NPT in 2011/12, but from January-June 2013, NPT participants returned ratings of: 88% usefulness of information provided, 90% felt they increased their competency, and 91% satisfaction with UWEC staff
AGENCY RELATIONSHIPS
2012-2013 = 56 Programs applied for funding and certified partners increased to 52
2011-2012 = 52 Programs applied for funding and certified partners increased to 41
8% increase in programs requesting funding and 27% increase in angencies certified partners
GRANTS and other financial assistance increased according to financial statements
2012-2013 = $2,295,920
2011-2012 = $2,133,079
8% increase in the grants and financial assistance provided
VITA & MY FREE TAXES brought us to the attention of United Way Worldwide
2012-2013 = 2,255 tax returns at $3,353,545 impact and $336,418 impact of donated labor/service
2011-2012 = 1,762 tax returns at $2,645,904 impact and $328,317 impact of donated labor/service
27% increase the financial impact and 2.5% increase in donated labor/service. There was no MFT in 2011-2012.
In the 2012-2013, we completed half the calls taken across the nation
2-1-1 increased call volume and web based visits as it gained popularity and momentum
2012-2013 = 38,350 callers and website= 103,553
2011-2012 = 35,224 callers and 70,601 website visits
Team secured grant funding to sustain services through partnership with Early Learning Coalition and through
funding from partners like Sacred Heart Health System and the Florida Dept. of Agriculture. 9% increase in citizens
served. Provided assistance to the 6,800 callers who registered for the $458,000 of toys we helped secure for Toys
for Tots.
COMMUNITY assessment completed and goals were validated by UWF Haas Center Staff
2012-2013 = Ten goals validated as meeting community needs. Surveyed with three distinct groups…School District,
Non-Profit Community and Community at Large.
First community-wide assesment United Way had completed since 2006
STRATEGIC PLANNING session held at Lewis Bear
2012-2013 = Attended by 16 board members and 7 staff with input from community
2011-2012 = session in 2011 attended by four board members and three staff
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NON-PROFIT
PROGRAMS
AWARDED
FUNDING
2013-2014
EDUCATION
Autism Pensacola:
Kids for Camp - $10,000
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Florida:
Big Brothers Big Sisters - $42,205
Middle School Bigs - $19,413
Boys & Girls Club of the Emerald Coast:
Youth Development - $25,350
In 2013-14, the $910,000 in allocated funding will enable agencies to draw down matches totaling $1.72
million from private, state and federal sources. In effect, this means donor contributions of $910,000
grew to $2.63 million through matching funds. Campaign dollars raised and leveraged, combined
with other United Way initiatives, resulted in an $8.9 million community impact. Funded programs are
evaluated for the ability to achieve measurable results. Programs are required to submit quarterly
reports after funding is awarded to ensure the donors’ money is continuing to achieve promised results.
Bay Area Food Bank:
Retail Store Level Pickup - $7,277
SeaStars Aquatics:
SeaStars Aquatics - $9,500
BRACE:
Emergency Preparedness - $4,750
Speech & Hearing Board:
Financial Assistance - $9,468
Children’s Home Society of Florida:
Kugelman Counseling Center - $8,550
United Cerebral Palsy of Northwest Florida:
Essential Life Skills Services - $35,853
YMCA of Northwest Florida:
Youth Development - $24,225
Council on Aging of West Florida:
Meals on Wheels - $43,890
Senior Companion Program - $11,742
FINANCIAL STABILITY
Gulf Coast Kid’s House:
Family Advocacy Program - $7,170
American Red Cross of Northwest Florida:
Disaster Services - $4,925
Health & Hope Clinic:
Health & Hope for Escambia - $13,528
Catholic Charities of Northwest Florida:
Bridges to Circles - $11,237
Emergency Assistance Programs - $6,737
Chain Reaction:
Chain Reaction - $21,900
Independence for the Blind:
Education & Health (Older Blind) - $2,812
Children’s Home Society:
Teen Services - $10,000
Lakeview Center:
Rape Crisis/Trauma Recovery Center - $8,170
Escambia County Public Schools Foundation:
First Flight - $6,840
Leaning Post Ranch:
Leaning Post Ranch - $4,750
Gulf Coast Kid’s House:
Child Abuse Prevention Education - $17,500
Lutheran Services Florida:
Sexual Abuse Treatment Program - $31,350
Independence for the Blind:
Transition Program - $3,500
Learn to Read:
Learn to Read - $4,145
Early Learning Coalition of Escambia County:
Subsidized Child Care - $70,000
FavorHouse of Northwest Florida:
Domestic Violence Intervention - $25,000
Northwest Florida Legal Services:
Domestic Violence Program - $5,488
Manna Food Pantries:
Manna Food Pantries - $14,300
The Salvation Army:
Basic Needs - $62,306
Homeless Shelter - $53,000
New Beginnings:
Recovery Homes for Women - $11,875
United Way of Escambia County:
2-1-1 Northwest Florida - $68,000
Milk & Honey Outreach:
SOAR - $8,000
Pace Center for Girls:
PACE Reading Program - $18,000
The Salvation Army:
Youth Development - $10,850
TOTAL RESOURCES GENERATED
$140,531
$4,069,951
$1,274,457
United Cerebral Palsy:
Children & Family Services - $15,784
LEGEND
YMCA of Northwest Florida:
Child Care - $43,526
Contributions
(Direct Public Support/Revenue &
Contributions Designated to Nonprofits)
HEALTH
Donated Media
Value of Volunteer Time
Leveraged Funds
Other/Mostly Investment Income
AMIkids Pensacola:
Counseling Alternatives - $19,000
ARC Gateway:
Pearl Nelson Child Development Center - $68,581
Supported Living Coaching - $9,500
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$926,859
$83,325
AND THE NOMINEES ARE...
United Way issued a call for nominations for the Annual United Way Distinguished Service and Partner Awards, which will be presented at the
Annual Meeting on August 22, 2013. Each year, United Way honors outstanding individuals, businesses and agency partners who have made
significant contributions in core focus areas of education, health and financial stability in the Pensacola area. We are honored to recognize
these individuals and business partners for their nominations.
UNITED WAY PARTNER AGENCY OF THE YEAR
Demonstrates: innovation and commitment to the community and
United Way; Effective and efficient use of organizational planning
and collaborative partnerships.
Nominees include the following certified partners:
BE READY ALLIANCE COORDINATING FOR EMERGENCIES (BRACE)
Mission: to reduce loss of life, injury, property damage,
environmental impact and economic loss due to disaster through
fostering communication, cooperation, collaboration and coordination among community, faith-based, non-profit, private and public
organizations active in one or more phases of emergency
management.
COUNCIL ON AGING Mission: leading the community in advocacy and
services for aging and those involved in their lives.
EARLY LEARNING COALITION Mission: is to identify and meet the
needs of children and families to lay the foundation for lifetime
success by maximizing each child’s potential, preparing children
to enter school ready to learn, and helping families achieve selfsufficiency.
MANNA FOOD PANTRIES Mission: Leave no one unfed.
PACE CENTER FOR GIRLS Mission: to provide girls and young women
an opportunity for a better future through education, counseling,
training and advocacy.
UNITED WAY SERVICE AWARD
A community-minded individual who has distinguished him/herself
through diligent and exceptional service given through United Way.
Nominees include:
Jamie Cochran: Lutheran Services
Deryl Hargett: Gulf Power Company
Yvette McLellan: City of Pensacola
Shannon Lands: Saltmarsh Cleveland and Gund
Gary Sammons: Gulf Power Company
Nancy Taylor: Retired VITA Site Coordinator at PSC
DISTINGUISHED COMMUNITY SERVICE
An individual or group who has demonstrated dedicated
service to the community as exemplified by significant leadership
and activity in relation to United Way; Health and Human Service
Agencies; and civic activity that furthers the health and well-being
of the community.
Nominees include:
John Clark: CEO of Council on Aging of West Florida
Brian Hooper: Attorney with Emmanuel Sheppard and Condon
Barbara Sawyer: United Way of Escambia County
Greg Strader: Executive Director of BRACE
LuTimothy May: Pastor of Friendship Baptist and President of the
Theophalis May Community Development Corporation
DISTINGUISHED BUSINESS PARTNER OF THE YEAR
A business partner who shows outstanding corporate responsibility
or conscience through meaningful contributions to the local health
and human service community.
Nominees include:
Cat Country: Dave and Mary Hoxeng, Owners
Pensacola News Journal: Kevin Doyle, Publisher
Pensacola State College: Dr. Ed Meadows, President
Sandy Sansing Dealerships: Sandy Sansing, Owner
Wells Fargo: Kathy Harrison, VP of Corporate Communications
Publix: Jackie Gouge, District Manager
RAYELL IRISH - “COLOR A BRIGHTER WORLD”
A special individual who exemplifies the commitment to the
poor that was evidenced by Rayell Irish who served as a social
worker whose spirit of caring for those less fortunate elevated those
serving around her.
Nominees include:
Connie Bookman: Executive Director of Pathways for Change
Ashley Meyers: Associate Pastor at Cokesbury United Methodist
Church
Cathy Sowell: Retired from Manna Food Pantries
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HOW WE DID: 2012-2013 YEAR-EN
METHODS OF SUPPORT: RIGHT
FOCUS AREAS: BELOW
GIVE.
Donors recommended 12 programs for funding of $263,068. Agency partners worked
collaboratively on goals 1-5 to ensure children entered school ready to learn; were
more prepared to succeed in later grades; graduated from school on time; were
prepared to successfully transition from school to work; and demonstrated behaviors
necessary to succeed in life. Progress was measured quarterly to ensure donor dollars were hard
at work and at the end of the fourth quarter we are proud to report the impacts listed on pg. 9.
EDUCATION
Agencies collaborating through their programs included: Autism Pensacola, Big Brothers
Big Sisters of Northwest Florida, Boys & Girls Club of the Emerald Coast, Community Drug &
Alcohol Council, Chain Reaction, Children’s Home Society, Escambia County Public Schools
Foundation, Gulf Coast Kid’s House, Pace Center for Girls, The Salvation Army and YMCA of
Northwest Florida.
Additionally, donors directed $152,758 in gifts to specific agencies and programs and funding
totaled $164,711.
Donors recommended 23 programs for funding of $426,306. Agency partners worked
collaboratively on goals 8-10 to increase the number of… children in Escambia county who are
covered by health insurance, youth and adults who are healthy and avoid risky behaviors and to
increase the number of special-needs residents who maintain or improve their ability to remain
independent. Progress was measured quarterly to ensure donor dollars were hard at work and at
the end of the fourth quarter we are proud to report the impacts listed on pg. 10.
HEALTH
Agencies collaborating through their programs included: American Red Cross of Northwest
Florida, AMI Kids Pensacola, ARC Gateway, Bay Area Food Bank, BRACE, Children’s Home Society,
Council on Aging, Epilepsy Society of Northwest Florida, Health and Hope Clinic, Independence
for the Blind, Lakeview Center, Leaning Post Ranch, Lutheran Services Florida, New Beginnings,
Sacred Heart Foundation, SeaStars Aquatics, Speech and Hearing Board, United Cerebral Palsy,
YMCA of Northwest Florida.
Additionally, donors directed $296,185 in gifts to specific agencies and funding totaled
$142,387.
FINANCIAL
STABILITY
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collaboratively on goals 6 and 7 to help reduce the number of people living below the
federal poverty level and to increase the number of families able to maintain affordable housing.
Progress was measured quarterly to ensure donor dollars were hard at work and at the end of the
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Agencies collaborating through their programs included: American Red Cross of
Northwest Florida, Catholic Charities of Northwest Florida, Early Learning Coalition of Escambia
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VOLUNTEER.
LIVE UNITED.
In the area of Education, we coordinated multiple activities that positively
impacted our community. We launched a new non-profit training series
attended by 32-75 non-profit professionals in six sessions led by 28
community leaders. These leaders shared their knowledge on
topics ranging from board governance to financial accounting
to essentials of non-profit paperwork to major gift fundraising.
We plan to continue these educational opportunities and to
refine our loaned executive leadership series to expand upon our
community’s understanding of the overall economic and community impact
of area non-profit organizations. Cram the Van, Day of Caring, 2-1-1 and
varied leadership trainings added to the above and equated to United Way
support from 818 volunteers who gave 12,999 hours in the area of educational
initiatives.
Partnerships in the community and volunteer efforts
coordinated by all grew over 40% in 2012-2013. In
direct service volunteerism, we also increased efforts
by 227 matches of volunteers serving with agency
partners. Giving, advocacy and volunteer efforts
were leveraged through the following programs:
TeenSpace, Project Boost and Child Abuse
Prevention. Through these efforts and those of
donors and volunteers, non-profit partners were
able to leverage community resources to grow
$43,500 to $115,328. Key partners in these efforts
included: Children’s Home Society, Community Drug
and Alcohol Council and Gulf Coast Kid’s House.
In the area of Health, we coordinated multiple activities that positively
impacted our community. We signed on with the Partnership for a Healthy
Community to validate our belief that healthy behaviors and change have
to be owned by each member and business in our community. Additionally,
support of Day of Caring, 2-1-1 and direct agency support equated to 765
volunteers who gave 11,632 hours in the area of health based initiatives.
Giving, advocacy and volunteer efforts were leveraged through the following programs: Adoptions,
Kugelman Couseling, Meals on Wheels, Senior Companions and Sexual Abuse Treatment. Through these
efforts and those of donors and volunteers, non-profit
partners were able to leverage community resources
to grow $76,615 to $430,460. Key partners in these
efforts included: Children’s Home Society, Council on
Aging and Lutheran Services of Florida.
United Way support in the area of Financial Stability equated to our greatest
area of return on investment in 2012-2013. We had 52 VITA volunteers who
donated 5,426 hours creating a $3.6M impact on our community. Through Toys
for Tots, we facilitated 59 volunteers and 170 location partners who collected
and distributed $458,939 in toys to 9,000 area children. Additionally, we
partnered with local financial institutions and other key partners like 100 Black
Men of Pensacola, Bank of America, CEII, Florida’s Prosperity Partnership,
FDIC, Hancock Bank, Harvesters, Navy Federal, PenAir, Pensacola State
College, Regions, Sun Trust, Wells Fargo on the Mayor’s Initiative Common
$ense Pensacola (a financial literacy initiative). With the high poverty index
in Escambia County it is no surprise that United Way had so much support in
the area of financial stability where 862 volunteers donated 17,683 hours in
our financial stability initiatives. VITA, My Free Taxes, Day of Caring, Toys for
Tots, Common $ense and direct service were an important percentage of these
volunteer hours.
Giving, advocacy and volunteer efforts were leveraged through the following programs: Subsidized
Child Support and Domestic Violence. Through these
efforts and those of donors and volunteers, nonprofit partners were able to leverage community
resources to grow $75,000 to $1,080,000. Key
partners in these efforts included: Early Learning
Coalition and Northwest Florida Legal Services.
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IMPACT
STATISTICS
Because of 10,000 generous donors
who gave the united way during the
2012-2013 fiscal year, 2 in 3 Escambia
residents were positively impacted by
services provided by United Way nonprofit partners.
GIVE FINANCIAL STABILITY
GIVE HEALTH
360 clients received basic financial education
18 clients of domestic violence received legal support
12,083 children were supported through subsidized childcare
1,283 clients received counseling for domestice violence
and other needs
13,368 individuals received financial assistance for basic
needs
195 individuals supported with individual development
plans
27 children received free legal support
12,834 meals provided to shelter clients
88 youth supported in mentoring relationships
3,359 screenings/assessments provided to children
and shelter clients
11,856 shelter nights provided to domestic violence victims
and those without homes
186 volunteers matched as financial advocates and for
disaster response
239 challenged individuals provided with financial
and basic education
131,517 healthy meals provided to seniors and those
recovering from addiction
6,049 therapy sessions provided to mentally, physically
or socially challenged youth
3,641 supported with healthy physical activity
21,197 individuals supported through educational outreach
18,887 counseling sessions provided for individuals
suffering from abuse, epilepsy or addiction
803 individual development plans maintained for early
intervention, abused or physically challenged
children
780 screenings and assessments
520 volunteer matches supporting seniors and rapid
response
8,502 shelter nights provided for those recovering from
addiction
103 mentoring relationships established for physically
challenged youth
1,350,238 pounds of healthy food provided
526 crisis calls
394 children supported with early intervention therapy
57 answered physically challenged youths supported
in childcare
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GIVE
1,598
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2,725
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2013 FINANCIALS
Year ended June 30, 2013 (unaudited)
PUBLIC SUPPORT & REVENUES
Gross Campaign Results
Less Donor Designations
Less Provision for Uncollectables
Net Campaign Revenue
In Kind Contributions
Contributions from Outside Service Area
Grants, Contracts, program Revenues
Investment Income
Other Income
Total Public Support and Revenues
EDUCATION
Program Services
Gross Funds Awarded
Less Donor Designations
Net Funds Awarded
Allocations Expenses
Information and Referral Services
Impact Initiatives
Total Program Services
Never doubt that a small
group of thoughtful,
committed citizens can
change the world. Indeed,
it is the only thing that ever
has.
“
- Margaret Mead
$1,698,264
$58,560
$7,912
$523,736
$74,062
$72,722
$2,435,256
EXPENSES
children supported in child care
people served through educational outreach
people preventative education
mentoring relationships supported
students provided with 2-5 days a week of tutoring
youth volunteers matched with service opportunities
teens supported through counseling
teens supported with individual development
plans
“
$3,128,233
($1,263,247)
($166,722)
Supporting Services
Fundraising
Organizational Administration
Total Supporting Services
Total Expenses
Increased in Net Assests
$2,308,392
($1,263,247)
$1,045,145
$42,331
$314,166
$194,012
$1,595,654
$297,513
$401,131
$698,644
$2,294,298
$140,958
Net Assests at Beginning of Year
$1,750,889
Net Assests at End of Year
$1,891,847
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VOLUNTEER HIGHLIGHTS
In 2012-2013, 2,417 United Way volunteers donated 42,536 hours of service to our community, valued at $926,859.
DAY OF CARING
1301 volunteers
100 projects
9,264 volunteer hours
$186,577 donated labor to our community
VITA
52 volunteers
5426 volunteer hours
2055 returns and 76 self-prep returns on MyFreeTaxes (MFT) site
$109,280 donated labor to our community
$227,138 waived fees for income tax preparation
$926,294 in EITC (earned income tax credit) = $1,463,545 impact
$1,890,000 additional income tax refunds generated (not EITC)
$3,353,545 impact of dollars generated
$336,418 impact of donated labor and service
$3,689,963 value of program
FUNDS DISTRIBUTION
55 volunteers
2,627 volunteer hours
$58,162 donated labor to our community
$910,000 allocated to 44 programs at 33 agencies
BOARD MEMBERS
32 volunteers
1,478 volunteer hours
$32,722 donated labor to our community
$24,782 given the united way
STAFF WHO VOLUNTEER
10 volunteers
2,784 volunteer hours contributed to other agencies
2,933 volunteer hours contributed to United Way
$126,574 donated labor to our community
$11,209 given the united way
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IS MORE THAN A PHONE NUMBER
SAVE THE DATE
2-1-1
PASSPORT
TO
UNITE
FEBRUARY 6, 2014
Serving Escambia County 24/7, 365 days a year
Over 38,000 calls and 60,000 referrals serving 33,000 children last year
70,601 website visits last year at www.211nwfl.org
2-1-1 is an infrastructure for local agencies—a resource for their clients
2-1-1 is ready to respond during times of disaster—with an
easy-to-remember phone number
Trend data on unmet needs and community issues provides information to our
city and county officials
NOTABLE PROJECTS DURING THE YEAR:
6,787 children in Escambia county received toys from Toys For Tots
applications through 2-1-1 (November/December 2012)
ID card project: a collaborative effort with law enforcement, state and
local agencies, DCF and 2-1-1, we established pathways to acquire IDs for the
homeless and very low income
2-1-1 technical/operational staff created, and managed the intake
process for the national My Free Tax call centers and provided nationwide
training for the technical support center
923 children (357 families) found summer “free lunch” feeding sites by
calling 2-1-1 Northwest Florida
Thursday, February 6, 2014
6pm-9pm
Sanders Beach
Corinne Jones Center
$75 per ticket
E
njoy memorable cuisine from
another fabulous Mediterranean
city and learn more about how
you are positively impacting your
community through United Way of
Escambia County.
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TOCQUEVILLE SOCIETY
The Alexis De Tocqueville Society recognizes local philanthropic
leaders and volunteer champions around the world who have devoted
Time, Talent and Funds to create long-lasting changes by tackling
our community’s most serious issues. Specifically, the United Way
Tocqueville Society aims to change lives through:
philanthropic leadership by focusing on the building
blocks for a better life
a quality education that leads to a stable job
income that can support a family through retirement,
and good health
Dedication, commitment and compassion are attributes of the
Tocqueville Society members. The Escambia County chapter of the
Tocqueville Society was established during the 1996 Campaign with
six charter members. The members of this society present United
Way of Escambia County with an annual gift of $10,000 or greater.
Society Members: $10,000 to 24,999
D.W. McMillan Foundation, Charter Member - 15 years
Lewis Bear Family Foundation - 17 years
Mrs. George (Ann) Belleau - 3 years
Stan & Amy Connally, Jr. - 1 year
Martha Ann & Skip Hunter - 15 years
Robert H. Kahn Jr. Family Foundation - 13 years
Nell & Brit Landrum, Jr. - 17 years
Teri Levin - 8 years
Julian & Kim MacQueen - 4 years
Christopher & Katia Rutledge - 1 year
Harry & Pam Schwartz - 5 years
Quint & Rishy Studer - 7 years
Roger & Raisa Webb - 8 years
AGNES WEIS SOCIETY
LEAVE A LEGACY THAT WILL LAST FOREVER
The Agnes Weis Society recognizes those who include the United Way of Escambia
County Foundation in their will or estate plans or other forms of planned gifts. The
Agnes Weis Society is a division of the Leaders in Giving Society and a function of
the United Way of Escambia County Foundation.
For more information about the Foundation, Alexis De Tocqueville Society or Agnes
Weis Society, contact Laura Hill at 850-434-3157.
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SOCIETY MEMBERS
Charles and Debbie Allcott
John and Eleanor Appleyard
Lewis & Belle Bear, Jr.
John T. Bertz
Sandra Cesaretti-Ray
Pat and Sonja Crawford
Sally Bussell Fox
Dorothy Kahn Galloway
Douglas Herrick and Sharon Hess Herrick
Laura Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Kermit E. Housh
Mr. and Mrs. R.K. “Skip” Hunter
Mark and Rita Icenogle
Robert H. Kahn, Jr.
Suzanne J. Kahn
Nancy Allen Kozbiel
Gary and Joeanne Leuchtman
C. Flack Logan
J. Gary Lowery
Robert and Angela Mills
Jean Norman
Randy and Ninalyn Oxenham
Jill and Grover C. Robinson, IV
Kris Thoma
Skip and Diane Vogelsang
LOANED EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
Loaned Leadership Executives (LEs) are volunteers whose
employers commit to support our community by endorsing their
employee’s involvement in leadership, advocacy and resource
development for community impacts funded through United
Way’s annual workplace campaign. An LEs primary role is to
develop leadership skills while providing resources and guidance
for
workplace
campaign
coordinators.
LEs
can
anticipate monthly leadership development sessions and
monthly meetings with key community leaders who serve as
Divisional Leaders on the United Way Campaign Cabinet.
“
“
United Way Loaned Executives are dedicated volunteers
who are invested in making our community a better place
for all.
- Andrea Krieger, President/CEO of
United Way of Escambia County
PARTICIPATING LOANED EXECUTIVES
Jamie Bradley
Frank Browne
Jamie Cochran
LouAnne Cowan
Amy Crain
Mark Davidson
Teresa Endres
Wes Hudgens
Celinda “Lynn” Lathan
Sydnie Lewis
Mark “Matt” Moseley
Ryan Moseley
Nathan Pooley
John Rampulla
Melinda Robinson
Dondie Roger
Rachael Smith
Donna Gail Spencer
Antonio Terry
Gulf Power Company
Gulf Power Company
Lutheran Services
Council on Aging
RK Turbine Consultants
Gulf Power Company
Gulf Power Company
Gulf Power Company
Gulf Power Company
Publix Supermarkets
Early Learning Coalition
Coastal Bank and Trust
Buffalo Rock Pepsi
Gulf Power Company
Coastal Bank and Trust of Florida
Friends of the Libruary
Gulf Winds Federal Credit Union
Gulf Power Company
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RED FEATHER
GOLD FEATHER LEVEL
$5,000 to $9,999
Thomas F Brady
Vera Danly
Tom and Lynn Hayes
Mr. Stephen Herrmann
Jacqueline Hunley
Andrea Krieger
Scott Teel
Bentina and Antonio Terry
James O. Vick
SILVER FEATHER LEVEL
$2,500 to $4,999
Marvin and Warnelle Beasley
Gary Bembry
Mrs. Keitha Buckingham
Bill and Molly Cleary
Dr. Harry Cramer and Gayle Cramer
Michael and Lynn Crear
Mark Faulkner
Patricia Fawad-Henry
Mrs. Lee Pitts and Mr. Thomas Gibble
Greg G Hancock
Mr. Robert Harriman
Ms. Debra Helle
Linda Hoffman
Kenny Holt
Paul B Jacob
Eric and Michelle Jenson
David Lister
Christopher Long
Margie and Alan Moore,
Merrill Lynch/Fisher Brown
David A Musselwhite
Carolyn Nanni
William J. Noonan III
Mr. Gene Rosenbaum
Mr. Kent Skolrood
Mr. Kerry Vermillion
Richard West
David Wildebrandt
BRONZE FEATHER LEVEL
$1,500 to $2,499
Ms. Loretta Adams
Apple Corps Inc
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William and June Baker
Edward Battaglia
Lewis Bear III
Ann Bernard
John Blackwell
Heike Bolton
Mr. Richard Y. Briere
Joseph and Deborah Brown
Mr. Michael L. Burroughs
Ms. Cyd Cadena
Henry and Maia Carlstrom
Cynthia Cassedy
Dan and Constance Cassidy
Craig and Donya Charles
John B. Clark
Kevin Doyle
Mr. Matthew Durham
Carolyn and David Dwelle
Rick Emmanuel
Ms. Constance Erickson
Clarence Fair III
James Ferreira
Ellen Fisher
Tracy Forstner
Cheri L Frederick
Mr. Rich Gilmartin
Mr. Dennis Goodspeed
Mr. William M Gouge
Michael and Debbie Grissett
Ms. Vicki Hall
Ms. Allison Hill
Mr. James Hollinger
Christopher and Darla Huffman
The John & Bonnie
Johannemann Family
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kahn
Michelle Kane
Janice Rogers Kilgore
Mr. Joe L Kinsey Jr.
James and Rita Lay
Wilmer McCants
Eleanor McGee
David and Akemi Moore
Patsy and Jere Myers
Margaret Neyman
Vaughn and Sheila Nichols
Roy and Janet Noble
Mr. Scott Palacios
Mr. Bill Perkins
Mr. John Porter
Drs. James and Nell Potter
Carl and Robin Punyko
Mr. Dave Rappa
Albert D Rea Jr.
David Robinson
Gary Sammons
Robert Sanders
Mr. and Ms. Edward Saul
Patty Sefton
Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Shell
Bart and Marie Siders
David Sjoberg
Sue S Straughn
Mr. Andy Terry
Ms. Wanda K Tillery
Stephen and Nancy Timberlake
Roger and Ellen Vinson
Thomas Walsh
Ms. Sandy Whitaker
Mr. Irv Williams PhD
Mrs. Sherry R Wiscombe
Robert and Susan Wiscombe
Jarl T. Young
RED FEATHER LEVEL
$1,000 to $1,499
Blaise Adams
Judge and Mrs. Michael G. Allen
Robert D Anderson
Mr. Michael Anderson
Kathy and Tim Anthony
Meri and Joel Asmar
Joseph Bajjaly
Christine J Baldwin
Herbert Ball
Gregory Barker and Wendy Kramer
Ms. Jessica H Beal
Charles and Paige Beall
David Bear
Justin and Kristin Beck
Jodi Bell
Stefanie Benefield
Scott and Lois Benson
Mr. Jeffery N Bingle
Joel and Becca Boles
Mr. John W . Bolyard
Chad and Cindy Bonner
Mr. John L Bossom III
Jason Brewster
Mr. Timothy A Brinker
Susan Brown
Mr. Mark T Browning
Ms. Gretchen L Brubaker
Joan and Ellis Bullock III
Mr. Matthew C Bunting
Ms. Debbie H Calder
Janet Speranzi-Cannon and
Larry Cannon
Carol and Charles Carlan
Kevin Carloni
Ms. Carolyn M. Carnley
Andrea Lynn Carper
Kathy C Chaffin
Chad Childress
Kymberly Chunn
Robert and Michele Cleary
Ms. Thea Coconino
Mr. Daniel J. Coker
Mr. Joshua Ryan Cooper
Bobby B. Cordes Jr.
Gerald D Cox
Jerrett L Craig
John B. Crane Jr.
Sonja and Pat Crawford
Perry Crenshaw Sr
Randy Cumberland
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Currie
Kenneth and Charlotte Daniels
Jeffrey Dannelly
Tammy Davies
Rusty E Davis
Dave and Kate DeBlander
Mr. Dante Dedicatoria
Mr. and Mrs. Steven D. Deneke
Mr. Patrick J. Dickerson
Mr. Karl L Dietrich III
Angelene Dodson
Mark and Leonila Dufva
Will and Beth Dunaway
Mr. Michael J Durant
Ms. Amy R Dyer
Anne Dyson
Angela Eddy
Raymond Edwards
Patrick G Emmanuel Jr.
Mrs. Cathy England
R FELLOWSHIP
2012-2013, the Red Feather Fellowship included 442 members who collectively gave over $534,000.
Barbara Lynn Erickson
Steve and Lisa Esser
Jeffrey H Evans
Ralph Fenn
Robert P Gaines
Mr. Edward A. Gardner
Mrs. Amanda Garnier
Mr. Robert “Bobby” Gast
Kristen Gebhart
William E. Gibson
Bill Gibson
Mr. Larry R Godwin
Ms. Betsey A Gomez
Mr. Edward Grayson
Mrs. Jennifer Grove
Mr. Raymond W Grove
Cynthia P Gulsby
William Gureck
Lisa Hamilton
Joseph and Renee Hardy
Mr. and Ms. Greg Hardy
Charles and Jeannie Harrell
Carol Harrison
Dr. and Mrs. Everett Havard
Ms. Carol A Hawthorne
Greg and Mary Hazard
Ted and Donna Hendry
Sharon and Randy Hensel
Larry K Hicks
Mr. Jack C Hierholzer
Tom and Celia Hilton
Mr. and Mrs. James Hizer
Robert Hobbs
Mrs. Ashley Hodge Harris
Michael Holland
Janet Holley
Christopher and Paula Hrbacek
Jason and Nancy Huggins
Mr. Brad Huggins
Mr. Brandon Humphreys
Mr. Michael A. Hutcherson
John L Hutchinson
Mark and Rita Icenogle
Deborah and Christopher Ierubino
Ronald E Jackson
Ms. Heather Jackson
Ms. Ashley Jansen
Ms. Jennifer Johnson
Russell Johnson
David Jones
Ms. Julie Jones
Joy Kasprow
Charles Kessler
Brenda King
Ted Kirchharr
Dale R Kirchharr
Mikey Kitch
Ed Koontz
Ms. Stacey F Kostevicki
Dietmar G. Laenger
Mr. Patrick M. Lascell
Gary and Joeanne Leuchtman
Tanya Lockett
Flack and Kathleen Logan
McGee Lorren
Steven D Lovette
Mr. Jack L Lowrey
Ms. Donna Kraus Luebbers
Paul Luebbers
Claire Luebke
Edward and Diane Markowitz
Larry C. Mathis
James Mathis
Ms. Angela E. McCorvey
Jack Mccraw
Lisa McCullough
Kimberly E. McDaniel
Mr. Derek McDiarmid
Ms. Candy McGuyre
Pamela and Matt McKinney
Bob McLaughlin
Ms. Yvette McLellan
Robert McLendon
Richard McMillan
Johnny Mcneal
Jonathan A McQuagge
Ms. Rebecca Meredith
C.C. and Shirley Mertins
Mr. Timothy N. Montgomery
Edward and Ginger Moore
Ms. Tracy A Moore
William and Avery Morrison
Audra Moyses
James Myers
Dennis E Myrick
Richard and Beverly Nall
Ms. Jean C Nelson
Mr. Kent E Nesvik
Bruce and Christine Neu
Mr. Hung T Nguyen
Mr. Alan D Nickelsen
Warren D Norred
Richard S Norris
Marcia Nowlin
Trudy and Bob O’Brien
Catherine O’Malley
Mr. Patrick A O’Neal
Charles and Terry O’Rourke
Shawn and Laura Osborne
Mort and Nancy O’Sullivan
Ms. Nichole K. Owens
Sharhonda Owens
Jeremy Pace
William W Paden
Mr. Larry D Petty
Eric Pickett
Sharon Pinkerton
Mr. Isaiah Pires
David R Player
Jeanne and William Prange
Larry Pugh
Robert E Purdy
Katy and Allen Randall
Edward Ranelli
Sheri Reedy
Diedre W Rhodes
David and Lea Richardson
Jesse W. Rigby
Buzz Ritchie
Susan Ritenour
Mike Roberts
Beatrice L. Robertson
Grover and Jill Robinson
Edwin Rodriguez
Andrea and Todd Rosenbaum
Katia Rutledge
Mr. Christopher “Chris” Scales
John Schneider
Bernard Schultz II
Ms. Shardra Scott
Paul N. and Kimberly A. Senato
Floyd and Cordie Shaw
Christopher Shawyer
Doug Shipman
Melinda D. Shirley
Ms. Claudia A Simmons
Kenneth Sims
Ms. Michelle G Sims
Norman D. Smith
Sean Smith
Mr. Gregory Stallworth
Robert Stanton
Jennifer Stewart
Richard W Stone
Robert Street
Don Suarez
Thomas Summerford
Keith Thompson
John and Judy Tice
Ms. Hong T Tran
John and Barbara Tria
William Trilone Jr
Laurence Vance
Mr. Darrell Wadsworth
Mr. Shawn P Walker
James Walker
Ms. Elizabeth S. Wallin
Mr. Darren Ward
Ronald K Waters
Ms. Melinda S. Wells
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Wernicke
Carl and Patricia Wernicke
Marilyn D Wesley
William West
Jay Weston
David W. Wheeler
Dr. Sherry A. White
Hannah Ruth White
Helen Wigersma
Jonathan B Wiggins
Hattie Williams
Lisa M. Williams
Christine Williams
Mr. and Mrs. Reggie and
Cindy Williams
Mr. Steve Williams
William W Wilson
Mr. Denny M Wilson
Ms. Michele V Wilson
Stewart Wright
Ms. Kathleen S Young
Christofer Zajac
** If we have inadvertently missed your
name or you would like to have your
name listed differently, please accept
our apology and let us know by calling
850.444.7147
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EMERGING
LEADERS
SOCIETY
Emerging Leaders are young people - ages 21 to 40 - who commit to LIVE UNITED 365 days per year through their giving to
United Way and other activities such as volunteerism and advocacy. Above all, they are leaders who are passionate about
improving and contributing to our community.
EMERGING LEADERS 2013 - 2014
Liz Adams Branch
Franklin Alexander
Justin Beck
Stacey Blackwell
Carlton Bouie
Summer Burdick
Joel Byram
Paul Carter
Donya Charles
Rachael Cox
Jeremy Creech
James Crews
Katy Hebebrand
David Deliman
Patrick Dickerson
Angelene Dodson
Robyn Dohn
Jessica Duncan
Patrick Elebash
KC Etheredge
Kasie Forman
Amanda Garnier
Laura Garrett
Terry Godwin
Leah Harrison
Travis Hicks
Larry Hicks
JoAnn Howansky
Jason Huggins
Charles James
Ashley Jansen
Wesley Jarman
Rebecca Kidd
Lucretia Langford
Sandra Lechuga Corrales
Erin Lindemann
Tanya Lockett
Steven Lovette
Brett Luebke
Claire Luebke
Doug Lurton
Adrienne Maygarden
Jennifer McFarren
Lakelyn Mcintyre
Pamela McKinney
Jennifer McSherdon
Kristi Meyers
William Murray
Lindsay Myers
Kevin Nayman
Richard Norris
Krystle Nowlin
Katie Odom
Christopher Postanowicz
Kelsey Powell
Katy Randall
Haley Richards
Brandon Rogers
Leslie Saam
Kelly Scharer
Angie Schlosser
Jason Spratley
Kristin Stellick
April Stewart
Thomas Styranec
Tanya Theriault
Kris Thoma
Hong Tran
Joel Weber
Michael Wise
Susan Woolf
Sophia Young
Ahmound Young
** If we have inadvertently missed your name or you would like to have your name listed differently, please accept our apology and let us know by calling 850.444.7147
“
“
If your actions inspire others to
dream more, learn more, do more and
become more, you are a leader. 17
– John Quincy Adams
WORKPLACE GIVING
$100,000 AND UP
Bank of America/Merrill Lynch
Sacred Heart Health System/
Ascension Health
Thompson Caterpillar/Thompson Tractor
Target Corporation
The Mundy Companies
United Way of Escambia County
Warren Averett Companies, LLC
West Florida Hospital
Baptist Health Care
Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC
$5,000 AND UP
$200,000 AND UP
Ascend Performance
Gulf Power Company
$150,000 AND UP
Publix Supermarkets
$50,000 AND UP
Armstrong World Industries
ExxonMobil
Escambia County School District
Navy Federal Credit Union
Regions Bank/Morgan Keegan, Inc.
$25,000 AND UP
AT&T Communications
City of Pensacola
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
International Paper
Landrum Human Resource Companies
Pensacola News Journal
United Parcel Service
University of West Florida
$10,000 AND UP
Clark Partington Hart Et Al
Coastal Bank and Trust
Council On Aging of West Florida
Cox Communications
Escambia County Government
Florida State Employees Campaign
Gulf Coast Community Bank
Gulf Winds Federal Credit Union
Hancock Bank
Lewis Bear Company
Pall Life Sciences, Inc.
Pensacola State College
Belk-Cordova Mall
Catholic Diocese of Pens./Tall.
Cerex Advanced Fabrics
Covenant Hospice
Deloitte & Touche LLP
Edwards Roofing Co., Inc.
Emmanuel Sheppard & Condon
Escambia County Clerk of the Court
Escambia County Tax Collector
Fisher Brown Bottrell Insurance, Inc.
Florida Blue
General Electric Company
Hatch Mott MacDonald
Hewlett Packard
Hobart Corporation
IMS Experts
McMahon-Hadder Insurance
PNC Bank
Saltmarsh Cleaveland & Gund
Santa Rosa Island Authority
ServisFirst Bank
Southern Scrap Company
SunTrust Banks, Inc.
United Cerebral Palsy
Virginia College
WEAR-TV Channel 3
$1,000 AND UP
American Fidelity Life Insurance Co.
American Water
Ameriprise
Animal Hospital of Pensacola
ARC Gateway
BBVA COMPASS
BRACE
Buffalo Rock Company
Bullock Tice Associates
Carver Darden
Catholic Charities of NW Florida
Central Credit Union of Florida
Children’s Home Society
Collector Solutions
Community Drug & Alcohol Council
Creative Learning Academy
Dillard’s
Elebash Jewelery
Emerald Coast Utilities Authority
Episcopal Diocese of the Central
Gulf Coast
Favorhouse Northwest Florida
Federal Express Corporation
Gibson and Associates
Goodwill Easter Seals
EscaRosa CFC Campaign
Greater Pensacola Chamber
Gulf Coast Health Care, LLC
Gulf Coast Kid’s House
Heritage Homes
IBM Corporation
J.C. Penney
Kelton Company
Levin Papantonio Thomas Mitchell
Rafferty & Proctor
Lutheran Services Florida
MED3000 Health Solutions
Pensacola Catholic High School
Pensacola Shipyard Marine Complex
Raymond James/Morgan Keegan
Shell Fleming Davis & Menge
Shell Oil Company
Summit Bank
The Salvation Army
Turner Industries Group, LLC
VT Milcom
Wayne Dalton Corp/Overhead Door
YMCA of Northwest Florida
18
Jr. John A. Carroll
Mr. Edgar A. Carter
Cynthia Cassedy
William G. Champlin
John & Alicia Cichon
John B. Clark
Nancy A. Clark
Mr. & Mrs. David Colip
25 YEARS
MORE
OF GIVING
Mrs.OR
Nancy
J. Connelly
Lori Coppels
Sonja & Pat Crawford
Are you a Diamond Donor who has given to our community through
Mrs. Jean K. Crowder
United Way 25 years or more? Please let us know so that we can
Ms. 850-434-3157
Cheryl P. Cullisonor email
recognize you in the future. Call
Mr.
&
Mrs. Vincent Currie
[email protected]
Linda Cushing
Mrs. Evie Dampier
41 donors have chosen to remain anonymous
Rusty E. Davis
Kathy & Tim Anthony
Mr. John C. Deem
Mr. Ronald W. Austin
Mr. Karl L. Dietrich III
Carl A. Backman
Kevin Doyle
Marvin & Warnelle Beasley
Yvone H. Drake
Carol R. Beede
Carolyn & David Dwelle
Mary Ann Bickerstaff
Mr. William Elebash
Ms. Martha L. Blodgett
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas L. Ellis
Patricia Bowen
Mrs. Laura V. Ellis
Mr. John W. Boylard
Mrs. Cathy England
Mr. Joel D. Breyfogle
Ms. Constance Erickson
Mr. Richard Y. Briere
Ms. Judith A. Floyd
David M. Broxson
Mr. Alan R. Foster
Mr. Stanley D. Bruce
Mrs. H. Suzanne Franklin
Ms. Betty Bryant
Robert P. Gaines
Mrs. Keitha Buckingham
Ms. Debra S. Goss
Morgan & Ann Bunch
Virginia E. Graybiel
Jerry E. Burden
Mr. John G. Gross
Ms. Susan E. Burleson
Brandy Guillory
Charles & Carol Carlan
Ms. Janice Gulisao
Andrea Lynn Carper
William Gureck
John
A. Carroll
Jr.
Jr. John
A. Carroll
Melissa Hale
Mr. Edgar A. Carter
Mr. Charles W. Hallman
Cynthia Cassedy
Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. Hamel
William G. Champlin
Joseph & Renee Hardy
John & Alicia Cichon
Charles & Jeannie Harrell
John B. Clark
Mrs. Carla M. Harris
Nancy A. Clark
Carol Harrison
Mr. & Mrs. David Colip
Mr. Terry L. Hasis
Mrs. Nancy J. Connelly
Tom & Lynn Hayes
Lori Coppels
Joseph Hecht
Sonja & Pat Crawford
Mr. Juan F. Henriquez
Mrs. Jean K. Crowder
Sharon & Randy Hensel
Ms. Cheryl P. Cullison
Ms. Elizabeth R. Herndon
Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Currie
Eleanor Hoehn
Linda Cushing
Janet Holley
Mrs. Evie Dampier
Christopher & Paula Hrbacek
Rusty E. Davis
Mr. Marshall L. Hudson
Mr. John C. Deem
Errol A. Hutchinson
DIAMOND
DONORS
19
Julie F. Patton
Janet
Holley & Paula Hrbacek
Christopher
Gregory B. Pinney
Christopher
Hrbacek
Mr. Marshall&L.Paula
Hudson
Jeanne & William Prange
Mr.
L. Hudson
ErrolMarshall
A. Hutchinson
Ms. Gwendolyn Puryear
Errol
Gerry A.G.Hutchinson
Ingram
Ms. Rhela Davis Ransom
Gerry
G. Ingram
Ms. Lisa
R. Johnson-Reed
Albert
D Rea
Jr.
Jr.
Albert
D Rea
Ms. Lisa
R. Johnson-Reed
Dorothy
Jordan
Catherine Regan
Ms.
DorothyB.Jordan
Mr. Phillip
Kellam
Mr. Doug A. Resmondo
Mr.
Esq.Phillip
Danny,B.L.Kellam
Kepner
Buzz Ritchie
Esq.
Danny,Scott
L. Kepner
Jr. Francis
Key
Mike Roberts
Jr.
Francis
Scott
Key
Janice
Rogers
Kilgore
Mr. William R. Roberts
Janice
Rogers Kilgore
Ted Kirchharr
Beatrice L. Robertson
Ted
DaleKirchharr
& Teri Knee
Ms. Bonita M. Robinson
Dale
Teri Knee
David&Lister
Mr. Gene Rosenbaum
David
Lister
Ms. Janet
R. Lloyd
Rosa Sakalarios
Ms.
Janet
R. Lloyd
Donald
Long
Gary Sammons
Donald
LongJ. Lovelady
Ms. Susan
Barbara & Herb Sawyer
Ms.
Susan& J.Stephen
Lovelady
Deborah
Lowell
Michelle F. Saylors
Deborah
& Lowrey
Stephen Lowell
Mr. Jack L.
Ms. Claudia A. Simmons
Mr.
L. Lowrey
Ms. Jack
Donna
Kraus Luebbers
Kenneth Sims
Ms.
Kraus Luebbers
EdithDonna
C. Lundquist
Mr. Michael W. Skinner
Edith
C. Lundquist
Ms. Elaine
Mager
Mr. John W. Smith Jr.
Ms.
Elaine
Mager
Pamela
L. Matthews
Stanley R. Sneed
Pamela
Mrs. JeanL. L.Matthews
Maygarden
Lynn Snow
Mrs.
Jean L. Maygarden
Lisa McCullough
Ms. Mary J. Stevens
Lisa
Mrs. McCullough
Francis I. McGee
James & Linda Stolhanske
Mrs.
I. McGee
JaniceFrancis
McGrew
Richard W. Stone
Janice
Mr. RexMcGrew
McKinney
Greg & Kathy Strader
Mr.
McKinney
Ms. Rex
Yvette
McLellan
Sue S. Straughn
Ms.
Yvette D.
McLellan
Stephanie
McNeill
Mr. & Mrs. Harry Stump
Stephanie
D. McNeill
C.C. & Shirley
Mertins
Don Suarez
C.C.
Shirley Mertins
Wendi& Mihalik
Michael Suchcicki
Wendi
JenniferMihalik
Miles
Jr.
William
F. Taylor
William
F. Taylor
Jr.
Jennifer
Miles
Mr. Timothy
N. Montgomery
JohnBrown
& Judy Tice
Mr. Timothy
N. Montgomery
Margie
& Alan
Moore - Merrill Lynch/Fisher
Lynch/Fisher
Brown Lynch/Fisher
Stephen
Margie
& Alan
Moore - Merrill
Brown& Nancy Timberlake
Mr.Merrill
Jeffrey
A. Moore
John & Barbara Tria
Mr.
Jeffrey
A. Moore
Patrice
N. Moore
Mr. Randall J. Tucker
Patrice
N. Moore
Jere & Patsy
Myers
Mr. Raymond H. Turner II
Jere
& Patsy
Myers
Dennis
E. Myrick
Mr. Gary D. Turner
Dennis
RichardE.&Myrick
Beverly Nall
Roger & Ellen Vinson
Richard
Mr. Kent &E.Beverly
Nesvik Nall
Sheila P. Waters
Mr.
Kent E.Neyman
Nesvik
Margaret
Roger Webb
Margaret
Mrs. NikkiNeyman
E. Nichols
John Weber
Mrs.
Nikki
E. Nichols
Vaughn
& Sheila
Nichols
Ian Welsh
Vaughn
& Sheila
Roy & Janet
NobleNichols
Dr. Sherry A. White
Roy
& Janet
Noble III
William
J. Noonan
Hannah Ruth White
William
J. Noonan III
Marcia Nowlin
Deborah Williams
Marcia
NowlinV. O'Connor
Ms. Marcella
Tamera (Tammy) Williams
Ms.
Marcella
V. O'Connor
Albert
E. Ortega
Mr. Thomas M. Willnecker
Albert
Ortega
Mort &E.Nancy
O'Sullivan
Mr. Walt Winter
Mort
Nancy
O'Sullivan
Randy& C.
Oxenham
Mr. Michael G. Wisdom
Randy
C. Oxenham
Ms. Karen
Pallas
Ken & Elizabeth Woolf
Ms.
Pallas
JulieKaren
F. Patton
Joseph R. Youd Jr.
Julie
F. Patton
Gregory
B. Pinney
Doris O. Young
Gregory
Pinney Prange
Jeanne &B.William
Jeanne
& William
Prange
Ms. Gwendolyn
Puryear
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that report quarterly on measurable results.
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SPONSOR
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DAY OF CARING/
CAMPAIGN KICK-OFF
Florida Blue
Publix
Regions Bank
VICTORY CELEBRATION
AT&T
Baptist Health Care
Gulf Power
Publix
Regions Bank
Seville Quarter
DAY OF CARING BREAKFAST
Armstrong World Industries
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Gulf Power
VITA
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NON-PROFIT TRAINING
Publix
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PASSPORT TO UNITE
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Gulf Power Company
Nancy’s Haute Affairs
SILVER
Alsco
AT&T
Baptist Health Care
Carver Darden Law Firm
Fiore
Mac & Kathie Jeffcoat
Robert & Angela Mills
Pensacola News Journal
Publix
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BRONZE
Home Builders Association of West Florida
IMS ExpertServices
Margie Moore/Merrill Lynch
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