2004 Annual Report - PACE Center for Girls

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2004 Annual Report - PACE Center for Girls
Annual Report 2003-2004
Mission
PACE provides girls and young women an opportunity for a better
future through education, counseling, training and advocacy.
Philosophy
PACE values all girls and young women, believing each one deserves
an opportunity to find her voice, achieve her potential and celebrate a
life defined by responsibility, dignity, serenity and grace.
Values & Principles
Guiding Our Actions
Honor the Female Spirit: We value and promote the female perspective by
respecting its distinct needs, creating safe gender responsive environments, and
celebrating the female experience.
Focus on Strengths: We look to identify strengths in our girls, their families, our
staff and supporters. Using these strengths as our foundation, we build strong,
confident, productive community participants.
Act with Integrity and Positive Intent: We believe that all actions and decisions
must be guided by the highest ethical principles, respecting the uniqueness of all
involved and honoring the differences.
Embrace Growth and Change: We believe that everyone is capable of remarkable
growth, and only by encouraging change can individuals, organizations and
society reach their full potential.
Value the Wisdom of Time: We understand that patience can be as powerful as
immediate action, and each has its place. We value the discernment required for
their effective use.
Exhibit Courage: We think courage is essential in making a difference, enabling us
to speak for those who cannot, take risks to do what is right, deliver just and fair
consequences and be accountable for our actions.
Seek Excellence: We strive for excellence in all we accomplish by holding true to
our mission while consistently meeting high standards of performance, reflecting
critically upon our accomplishments, seeking innovative solutions, and believing
all things are possible.
Create Partnerships: We believe in developing effective partnerships and longterm relationships, by listening to our staff, our girls, their families and our
communities, incorporating their input and involving them in our decision-making.
Invest in the Future: We place our faith in the long-term growth and development
of our girls, staff, agency and communities, believing it is the best strategy for
creating results that have lasting impact.
Vicki Burke
Founder, PACE Center for Girls, Inc.
2003-2004 State Board of Trustees
Carol Carlan, Chair
Escambia-Santa Rosa
Kennon Holmes, Vice Chair
At-Large
Kay Maree Cunningham, Treasurer
At-Large
Pat Barton, Co-Secretary
Collier at Immokalee
Steven Bobes, Co-Secretary
Miami-Dade
Sherry Magill, PhD
At-Large
The Honorable Dorothy H. Pate
At-Large
Carol Zegel
Alachua
Robert C. Radice
Broward
John A. Schifino
Hillsborough
James Marx
Jacksonville
Dorothy Binger
Leon
Claudia Schlemmer
Manatee
Alamandria Barnard
Marion
Dixie Humelsine
Monroe
Ellen Parker
Orange
William L. Kramer
Palm Beach
Dr. Marc Yacht
Pasco
Doris Hanson, EdD
Pinellas
Andrea Whiteley
Polk
Kristen Webster
Treasure Coast
Jeff Blass
Volusia-Flagler
Headquarters Executive Staff
LaWanda Ravoira, DPA
President & CEO
Donna Gallagher, CPA
Chief Operating Officer
Denise Bray, MS
Director, PACE Institute
Susan Howard, CPA
Director of Finance
Shirley James, PHR
Human Resources Director
Debbie Moroney, ACSW
Director of Leadership Support Services
Natalie Schaible, MBA
Director of Marketing & Development
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With warm regards,
LaWanda Ravoira
Executive Officer
President & Chief
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B elie ving in girl
The success of our programs is proof that gender
responsive programming is critical.
By listening to girls for almost 20 years PACE has designed one of the most
effective prevention programs for girls in the country. We provide the tools
and skills necessary for success in every girl’s life. We accomplish this by
individualized attention throughout all our comprehensive services:
Assessment and Personal Planning
Each girl is assessed as to where she stands developmentally, socially and academically. She is intricately
involved in developing a game plan for success.
Counseling and Family Outreach
Helping each girl feel safe, heard, respected and loved, while respecting the wisdom and strength of the family,
we seek to repair relationships and enhance familial commitments.
Care Management for the Girl and Her Family
In order to overcome the cadre of issues and obstacles that invade a girl’s ability to be successful, the girl and
her family are engaged in goal setting and problem solving to promote individual and familial success.
SPIRITED GIRLS!®
This gender responsive component provides opportunities
for each girl to experience the joy of being a girl and the
thrill of success.
SPIRIT Circles
Spirit Circles encourage the girls to explore the concept of
spirituality and to become connected to ethical principles
for day-to-day living and decision making.
Individualized Education
A year-round school emphasis enables the girls to catch
up, get back to their peer grade level and build a level of
confidence around their academic achievement.
Volunteer Services
PACE girls give back to the community through their
volunteer efforts while promoting a sense of belonging and
being part of something larger than themselves.
Does the PACE Program
Work?
• 88% who completed the PACE program
had not committed a crime after one year
• 91% improved academic functioning
• 90% fewer girls used drugs
• 86% fewer girls reported using alcohol
• 74% fewer girls exhibited runaway
behaviors
• 73% fewer girls reported physical abuse
• 77% fewer girls reported emotional
abuse
• 83% fewer girls reported sexual abuse
Career Readiness
PACE builds awareness of the many different career options and the types of training necessary to succeed in
a chosen profession.
Continued Support
“Once a PACE girl always a PACE girl.” We recognize a girl needs a “safety net” in order to confidently leave
PACE and remain successful once she is on her own.
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What do you picture when you think of a PACE girl? It’s hard to conceive of a
population less understood. People often assume that these are bad girls when in fact they are girls who have
had bad things happen to them.
Tina started life at a disadvantage, her mother was 16, her father 17. Tina’s father has spent the majority of his
life in prison and her mother’s life was even more troubling. Diagnosed as an alcoholic and drug addict she
went to prison shortly after Tina was born. Tina was taken in by her Grandma where she was cared for until
15 when Grandma, suffering with severe diabetes, was unable to provide a home. The foster care system had
another statistic as Tina moved from place to place. Her fragile world shattered, she just stopped caring. The
former A and B student, slipped to D’s. She was lost and mad.
A caring caseworker took an interest and enrolled her in PACE. Tina now receives one-on-one, group
and anger management counseling and flourishes in PACE’s smaller classes. Her grades improved and she
made honor roll. Tina now uses her voice, not in anger, but to advocate for children entering foster care, the
guardian ad litem program and PACE. Despite a life of unspeakable hardship she has never used drugs and
cares for the welfare of others and believes her future is
full of possibilities.
Summer
In summer on porch steps
perched with lemonade, soothing
hands from scorching heat, I sit.
Sipping liquid once tart, now
sweet, mere remnants of bitterness
remain untainted by the seduction
of sweetness, I see myself in an
ice cube, drowning,
I imagine, the bag of sugar,
unopened and untouched
unseen.
-Kaitlyn, 15
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S e eing b e yond
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Preparing for
tomorrow today.
Girls learn the power of a united voice at the March 2004 Rally on Tally.
In order to assure that we are
ready to meet the challenges
of tomorrow we are investing
in the future by strengthening
our agency. This year we have
restructured our functional
areas, intensified our staff
training and created a guide to
excellence.
Leadership and Program Support Services Encourages Best Practices
This newly redesigned department is charged with increasing the leadership and strategic thinking skills
of our executives while ensuring the consistent quality of our program services. Identifying areas of
programmatic development through data analysis by this group will help us continue to lead the field in
gender responsive programming.
Dedicated Human Resources Personnel Focus on Our Most Valuable Resource – Our People
From recruiting to retention this department has been hard at work all year formalizing and fine-tuning all
aspects of personnel. The goal is to increase retention and increase job satisfaction by recruiting, training and
retaining the right person for the right job.
Pathways to Success – A Training Program to Ensure a Well Qualified Staff
We create, produce and put to use an extensive training of trainers program that covers all aspects of PACE,
what we stand for and how to be successful with our girls. Within each center a designated trainer uses the
multi-part workbook and video package to provide extensive training prior to new staff beginning to work
with the girls.
Standards of Excellence Guide the Path for Agency Improvement
What is right work right? To answer this question PACE developed agency specific standards of excellence
that define benchmarks of excellence in each of seven business areas. With this document in place PACE
has the road map to organizational and outcome excellence. This living document serves as our leadership
framework for excellence across all aspects of our agency and provides an outline for how we will continue
our mission of serving girls for the next twenty years.
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Launching PACE Institute.
PACE Institute is a distinct division of PACE Center for Girls, Inc.
Its goal is to take the program tools and advocacy skills created over
our 20 year history to a broader audience. Rather than replicate
PACE facilities throughout the country, with the Institute we can
share our experiences and expertise with existing organizations
and ultimately increase awareness of the critical need for gender
responsive programming.
We believe the PACE Institute provides a solution that allows
for our strategic growth while providing a more effective use of
the resources needed to reverse the alarming trend of girls entering the juvenile
justice system, a system ill equipped to meet the needs. Through workshops, training manuals
and materials, consultation services, research and advocacy, PACE becomes the voice for young women atrisk throughout the nation.
PACE advocacy skills bring about passage
of critical legislation in Florida.
But what about the girls who don’t have PACE in their life? What is
happening to girls otherwise involved in the juvenile justice system?
Since its inception PACE has been a leader in this cause, drawing
attention to the needs of girls at risk or in the juvenile justice
system.
This year our efforts yielded unprecedented results as we were
successful in the passage of HB 1989 during the 2004 legislative
session. This bill, based on the 1992 Federal Juvenile Justice
and Delinquency Prevention Act, requires the State of Florida
to prepare
analysis and
develop a plan
to ensure a
comprehensive,
integrated approach to serving girls.
This marks the beginning of PACE’s advocacy work to ensure
girls in 48 other states have the same assurance of safe,
effective juvenile justice programs. Our continuing mission
to improve the lives of girls and young women involved in the
juvenile justice system nationwide is one of the goals of the
PACE Institute.
Dr. LaWanda Ravoira and Governor Jeb Bush with students at
the HB 1989 bill signing ceremony.
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Long-Term
A rich history of believing in girls and their potential is never more apparent than when we look at those
people who have shared our mission for almost 20 years. We look at building life long relationships, donors
not only of financial means, but also of human talent.
Vicki Burke, Founder of PACE Center for Girls and Mildred
Thompson in 2002.
Mildred Thompson was a founding board member of
PACE when it was a single five-girl program. Mildred,
a business woman who in 1956, with a $600 investment
and five children to support, grew a sandwich company
into a successful Jacksonville business. She was a
hard working, self-made woman, who until her death
this past year sponsored monthly breakfasts for our
girls and was Mrs. Santa every December at PACE
Jacksonville. The land for the Jacksonville center was
a gift of Mrs. Thompson and the Thompson-Weaver
building serves as a memorial to her belief in girls.
Carol Carlan always smiles when she talks about PACE. And she smiles a
lot because wherever she goes, no matter who she is with, PACE is the topic
of conversation. But her dedication goes much deeper. She was one of the
founding board members of PACE Escambia Santa Rosa and was instrumental
in helping it find a home on the Pensacola Junior College campus. She
expanded her belief in PACE and served for three years as Chair of the
State Board of Trustees. Her advocacy for the agency and her continued
determination to find the agency the resources it needs was proven with her
instrumental role in obtaining a $100,000 donation from Wachovia to support
our pre-teen center in Broward County.
We just hope Carol keeps smiling.
Kennon Holmes is one of several business Carol Carlan and PACE Pinellas student.
leaders who has given time and talent to PACE for nearly two decades.
Initially a board trustee with a local center, Kennon continues his
involvement, serving as an at-large member on the state board. Over the
years he has chaired and participated in several committees, organized a
capital building campaign and currently sits on an oversight committee
lending expertise to the recently formed PACE Institute. His business
acumen has proven invaluable over the years as we carefully map our
future, programmatically as well as fiscally.
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L to R: Representative Mitch Needleman, LaWanda Ravoira and
Kennon Holmes at 2004 Leadership Conference.
2003-2004 Financial Overview
We are acutely aware of our responsibility to our girls, and we are equally concerned with financial
accountability to those who contribute to our success. PACE enjoys a sound reputation of fiscal responsibility.
This year 92% of every dollar received went to program expense. And while we receive 82% of our funding
from governmental sources, we are resolute in our determination to diversify our funding sources.
Throughout the state our centers have begun a program of well-organized events, not only to raise funds but
to increase awareness of PACE and our valuable work with girls at risk. This year alone, PACE increased its
donations 100%, providing proof that communities and individuals believe in girls.
Distribution of Expenses
Sources of Revenue
92%
Program Services
76%
State Grants
18%
Private Funds
3%
Fundraising
Expenses
3%
Federal
Grants
5%
Management
Expenses
3% City/County Grants
Here are just a few ways to be a supporter of PACE:
• Educate local leaders about girls in the juvenile justice system and the need for prevention
programming that meets their very specific needs.
• Visit pacecenter.org and learn about the toll violence and victimization takes on girls. Speak out
and get others to listen.
• Make a commitment to the long-term future of PACE by considering a planned gift. Please call
1-800-705-PACE, x 140 for more information.
• Visit or volunteer at your local PACE center and see first-hand this nationally recognized model of
girls programming.
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Building Life Long Donors...
the Believing in Girls Society
Our first full year of the society has exceeded our expectations. We would like to acknowledge and thank
our BIGS members for their five year commitment. The “Invest in the Future” level of $10,000 a year will
fund one girl for an entire year of services while the “Embrace Growth & Change” level of $5,000 a year
pays for one month of services for five girls. Our “Honor the Female Spirit” level of $1,000 a year provides
one month of services for one girl in our program.
Nancy Chartrand
Peggy Bryan
PAR, Inc.
Bob and Teri Radice
Barbara S. Thomas
Invest in the Future
The Leo Goodwin Foundation
Embrace Growth & Change
Mr. and Mrs. George Grune
Betty and Tom Petway
Darnell Smith
Don & Erika Wallace Family Foundation
Astrid Jacklin
Mary Porter
John H. Sykes Foundation
Honor the Female Spirit
Cris Adams
Tucker Alday
Deborah and John Allen, Jr.
Eleanor Ashby
Elizabeth Athanasakos
Lavern Baker
G. Keilier Baker-Dixon
Karen T. Bauler
Deborah Belleau-Lyster
Lyn Cameron Berelsman
Anonymous in honor of Eve
Bernstein and Laura
Chamberlain
Anonymous in honor of Peggy
Bryan
Mr. and Mrs. John Birk
Sally Blackmun
Debra Blaisdell
Jeff Blass
Bless Foundation, Inc.
Ann F. Blumencranz
Sally Bosch-Osherow
Gail S. Brill
Susan Brown
Sherry Burns
M. Jean Butler
Sue Butts
Lorrayne and Ken Bzoch
Carol Carlan
Kitte Carter
John Carr
Jenny and Joe Cauthen
Mr. and Mrs. Rob Clements
Cobb and Cole, PA
Carolyn and Ken Cote
Joan Cousar
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Darden Diversity and Community
Affairs
Brenda Davis
Judith F. Davis
John Deinhardt
Joshua Derome
Dr. and Mrs. Michael Dogali
Mr. and Mrs. J. Dix Druce
Bob and Joyce Epstein
Jerry Faber
Sonya Finney
Larry Frank
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Fraser
Helen Furia
Thomas and Leticia Ginther
Rhoda Bess Goodson
Gayle Graziano
Doris Hanson
Peggy Harlow
Belinda Henderson
Janet and Phil Henderson
Jim and Joyce Herbison
Lisa Kaiser Hickey
Frances Horton
Robert and Annette Irvine
Judy and Bill Isaly
Miguel Jimenez
Steve and Paula Jonsson
Hugo and Alicia Keim
Diane Kelley
William Kramer
Maxine Kroll
Jim and Carol Lankton
Martha Letchworth
Levin, Papantino, Thomas,
Mitchell, Echsner & Proctor, P.A.
Teri Levin
Charles Liberis
Barbara Maple
Jim Marx
Eleanor Maxwell
Karen McCombs
Nancy McDonald
Eugenia “Ginger” McQuigg
Mechanik, Nuccio, Williams,
Hearne and Wester, P.A.
Collier Merrill
Mr. and Mrs. Will Merrill, Jr.
Robert and Mary Miller
Rosemary Miller
Steve and Sally Mills
Marianne Moore
Debbie and TJ Moroney
David and Ann Mullen
Rita Mullet
Nick and Sharon Navarro
Jean Norman
Susan O’Connor
The O’Hara Family
Linda O’Malley
Susan and Howard Orneck
Forrest Parrish
Kelly Patterson
Beverly Paulk
Carolyn Pascal-Guarino
Chris and Wendi Peterson
Mary Pietan
Port St. Lucie Business Women
Kathy Post
Susan Presley
Sherrill Ragans
Sandy and Steve Ramsey
Lois E. Robinson
D. Daryl Romano
Cheryl P. Saiter
Donna Sue Sanders
Pete and Senator Debby
Sanderson
William and Lois Schifino
Judge Harvey and Lois
Schlesinger
Cyndi Schmidt
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Scott
Julie Sears
Evett Simmons
Andrew and Penelope Smith
Cathy and Bob Smith
Nancy Spears
DeAnna Still
Janet Stoner
Susan Sykes
Janet Ter Louw
Fred Thranhardt
Steve Tinsworth, DMD
Gigi Turkel
Francis and Rose Marie von Seelen
Gail Wadsworth
Carole Watson-Slade
Linda Whitman
Gail Williams
Merry Lynne Wilson
Gary Pierce Wright
Arlene and Evan Yegelwel
Howard M. Yonge
Decker Youngman
Zimmerman Family Foundation
e ving in girls!
Thank y o u for b eli
STATE OFFICE
$100,00 and above
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
Drug Free Communities Program
$10,000 - $19,999
Computer Associates*
$1,000 - $4,999
Dr. Sherry Magill and Robert Willis
VERITAS Software Foundation*
ALACHUA
$100,00 and above
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
School Board of Alachua County
$20,000 - $49,999
Drug Free Communities Program
$10,000 - $19,999
State Attorney’s Office (Deferred
Prosecution)
$5,000 - $9,999
Paul L. Newman
$1,000 - $4,999
Coldwell Banker, M M Parrish Realtors
Day Springs Women’s Ministry
Gainesville Community Foundation-Gladys
Cofrin
Gainesville Police Department
Lisa Gearen
Alicia Maun, MD
The J.G. & P.S. Palmer Foundation
Thomas H. Patton
Nancy Perry
J.C. Seacrest Trust
Shands Health Care
Rod and Dee Dee Smith
Ann Seacrest Southwick
Frederick Southwick
Ester and Bobby Tibbs
University Dental Clinic
University of Florida Law Center
Bill and Carole Zegel
$500 - $999
Leslie Bram
Rita Cannon
Patricia Caton
Jeffrey and Monet Fitzsimmons
The Gator Exchange Club
Barbara Hall
Joanna Leathers
Marlene Lowery
Richard Schrowang
Terry Van Nortwick
Howard and Anne Wallace
Merry Lynne Wilson
BROWARD
$100,000 and above
The Broward County School Board
Children’s Services Council
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
Wachovia Foundation
$50,000 - $99,999
United Way of Broward County
$20,000 - $49,999
A.D. Henderson Foundation, Inc.
Casa D’Angelo Ristorante*
Drug Free Communities Program
Florida Department of Law Enforcement—
Byrne Memorial Fund
Gibraltor Title and Escrow 
The Gore Family Memorial Trust
The Leo Goodwin Foundation
Mary Porter
Bob and Teri Radice **
$10,000 - $19,999
David and Ann Mullen** 
The National V-Day Foundation
$5,000 - $9,999
The Geo Group
JM Lexus
UPS Foundation**
$1,000 - $4,999
Ann Adams
Joe and Wini Amaturo / Amaturo Family
Foundation
Gary and Susie Andrews
Automotive Profit Builders
Bank of America
George Barrie Foundation
Simone Castello
Childrens Aid Club**
Citrix Systems, Inc.**
Continental Airlines*
Jerry Faber and Patti Peterson/The
Jungle Queen**
Anthony Faraone
Charles Finley
Theo and Constance Folz
Helen Furia**
Goodyear Blimp*
Greenberg Traurig, P.A.
Arnold and Barbara Grevior
Walter and Christina Griffith
John and Ann Hall
Holy Cross Hospital
Thomas A. Jaskolka
J.R. Dunn Jewelers**
Godfrey and Pru Lewis
Gwen Lisker**
Jack and Susan Loving
David Mann
Jim and Dolly McBride
James McCulla
Edward and Susan Michaelson
David and Kathryn Mullen**
NCCI**
David Norton
Shep and Sally Osherow/The Osherow
Family FoundationSara Rashti**
Jan Raulin
Abbas and Deborah Sadriwalla
Pete and Senator Debby Sanderson**
Southwest Airlines*
Spirit Airlines*
August and Melba Urbanek
Shirley Uricho
Ken and Sara Vathauer
Joanie VanOrman
Marilyn Watkins
Nabeel Youakim
Zachariah P. Zachariah
$500 - $999
Charles and Sheila Bechert
The City of Wilton Manors
Patrick and Patrice Coppola
Core Design Group
Sharlene Croteau**
Kenneth and Jane Czubay
Daughters of Penelope, St. Demetrios
Greek Orthodox Church**
Mareen Duvall
Robert and Joyce Epstein**
David and Lucille Fannin
Michael and Susan Farver
Florida Panthers**
Peter and Cindy Galiette
George and Mickie Gore
Mary-Jane Graff**
Bill and Linda Haury**
Richard Hindes
Hyatt Regency Pier 66*
Joe Iaco
Miguel and Victoria Jimenez
Tony and Judy Joffe**
Kurt and Liz Langsenkamp
Lexus Southern Area
M. Robert Mack
Susan Mullen
Tom Mulligan**
Bill and Una Murphy
Muvico
Gar Olsen
Louis and Daphne Padula
Aggie Pappas**
Cheryl Parker
Charles and Alice Radice
Stan Roux
Sean Simms**
Andrew and Penelope Smith**
Robert Soulby
Southwest Airlines*
Hank and Aline Stella
Charles Thornburg
Trader Publishing Company
Barry and Ellen Van Der Meulen
Christine Vitolo
Rene Vitolo
Westin Beach Resort-Key Largo*
Westin Diplomat Hotel*
Mammen and Molly Zachariah
Richard and Susan Zaden**
COLLIER
$100,000 and above
Anonymous Donor
Collier County Public School
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
Naples Children & Education Foundation
$20,000 – $49,999
Community Foundation of Collier County
Drug Free Communities Program
Kiwanis Foundation of Marco Island
Support received July 1, 2003 - June 30, 2004
*denotes in-kind support **denotes in-kind and financial support  denotes support to the building fund
We welcome corrections to unintended omissions or errors. Please contact PACE Center for Girls, Inc. 904.359.3814
The Martin Foundation
$10,000 – $19,999
Professional Giver’s Anonymous
Trinity-by-the Cove Outreach Commission
$5,000 – $9,999
Barron Collier Jr. Foundation
Empowerment Alliance of South West
Florida
The Immokalee Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Korest
The League Club
$1,000 – $4,999
Aileen S. Andrew Foundation
Mrs. Susan Crum
Ms. Ruth K. Doll
The Education Foundation of Collier County
Flora Family Foundation
Mrs. Christina Porter Forbes
Renee Hansen
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Mellen, III
National Alliance for the Mentally Ill of
Collier County
Soroptimist of Naples
Taste Of Collier
United Church of Marco Island
United Arts Council
$500 – $999
The Allstate Foundation
Ms. Jacqueline Buyze
Campbell Family Foundation
Ms. Leslie Cheek**
The Pilgrim Church – The Church of the Cross
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Price
Mr. Charles Riter
SeaStar
Mrs. Katherine Todd
ESCAMBIA- SANTA ROSA
$100,000 and above
Escambia County School Board
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
$20,000 - $49,999
Santa Rosa School Board
$10,000 - $19,999
Mrs. Leah Rose Greenhut
Kugelman Foundation
D.W. McMillan Trust
$5,000 - $9,999
John and Anne Brewer
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The Kerrigan Family Charitable
Foundation
James J. Marks Foundation
Switzer Brothers Charitable
Foundation
$1,000 - $4,999
Pensacola Junior College*
Society of the Debutante Charity
Cotillion
Mona Brown
Christ Church Parish
Escambia County Sheriff
Allen Levin
Sydney McAbee
Melba Bayers Meyer Charitable Trust
Marianne Moore
Freddie Rainwater
Susan Scarborough
Fred Vigodsky
$500 - $999
Charles Faddis
Gulf Power Foundation
Robert Harbour
Mary Perceval
Elba Robertson
Sharon Santurri
Rick Watson
HILLSBOROUGH
$100,000 and above
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
Hillsborough County School Board
$20,000 - $49,999
United Way of Tampa Bay
$10,000 - $19,999
Drug Free Communities Program
Target*
$5,000 - $9,999
Angela Glazer Ph.D
$1,000 - $4,999
Carlton Fields
Natonia Crowe – Hagans
Glazer Family Foundation
Bruce and Leslie Henderson
Horizon Financial Consulting LLC
IBM*
Maria Helena Isaza
Kenneth and Patricia Lane
Peter and Diane Shepley
Showman’s Association Charities
Corporation
Keith Stanton
Elizabeth Taylor
TECO Energy, Inc.
Williams, Schifino, Mangoine & Steady, P.A.
Women’s Club of Hunters Green
$500 - $999
Alday Donalson Title Co.
AmSouth Bank
Brandon AAUW
Rose Brempong
Dr. William & Karen Dalton
Judith Ferlita
Robert and Ann Glenn
Elizabeth Cahn Goodman
Susan Haig
Elizabeth Hapner
Gay Inskeep
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Valerie Nouguez Cass
Mary Kay Richert
Dennis and Lorraine Ross
Rotary Club of New Tampa Inc.
John and Sara Schifino
Patricia Snelling
Southern Pan Services Co.
Tampa Palms Women’s Club
Richard and Dana Tilton
Jeanette Yates
JACKSONVILLE
$100,000 and above
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
$50,000 - $99,999
Duval County Public Schools
Jacksonville Children’s Commission
Jacksonville Jaguars Foundation, Inc.
$20,000 - $49,999
BlueCross BlueShield of Florida
Edna Sproull Williams Foundation 
United Way of Northeast Florida
$10,000 - $19,999
Kirbo Charitable Trust
Donna Harper 
Donna Harper and Julia Frances Harper
Gasper and Irene Lazzara Charitable
Foundation
Linda and David Stein
Mrs. C. Herman Terry
$5,000 - $9,999
Judith Beaubouef
Mayo Clinic
Paul L. Newman
Thomas Petway, III
John Peyton
The Schultz Foundation 
The Stellar Group
Ida M. Stevens Foundation
Talbots on San Jose*
Target
Teco Peoples Gas System
The Florida Times-Union 
Mildred Thompson Revocable Living Trust
Women’s Giving Alliance
$1,000 - $4,999
Anonymous*
Anonymous - Wachovia
Anonymous in honor of Vicki Burke
Anonymous in memory of Mildred
Thompson
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Baker
Lynn Bertram
BlueCross BlueShield of Florida
Barbara Bonar
Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Bryan, IV through the
Women’s Giving Alliance
Shirley Bullington
Cabana Bay*
Stephanie Coonan
Florence N. Davis Family Advised Fund
through the Women’s Giving Alliance
Patty Donahoo
Barbara Drake
Lee Elmore
Far East Brokers and Consultants, Inc.
First Alliance Bank in memory of Mildred
Thompson
Martha and Stewart Fraser in memory of
Mildred Thompson
Greater First Coast Woman’s Club*
Julia Hanway
Peggy and David Harlow**
James D. Helms, Jr.
Kathryn Helms
Patricia and Wayne Hogan
Wayne and Patricia Hogan Family
Foundation
Susan Hughes
Monica Jacoby through the Women’s Giving
Alliance
Michael Johnson
Barbara Kinder
Helen and Edward Lane, Jr. 
Radford Lovett
Robert I. Lufrano, MD
James and Joanne Marx
N.A.R.B.W.*
Kristie Naines
Northrop Grumman Corporation
Thomas T. Phillips, Jr. Foundation, Inc.
Pilot Club of Jacksonville**
Rave at the Avenues*
Rave at Regency*
Roberts Charitable Trust
Herbert Scheidel
Buddy Schulz
Constance Thompson Scott in
memory of Mildred
Thompson
Mimi Stephens
Valerie Strickland-Smith
Carl A. Swisher Foundation, Inc.
T B Landmark Construction,
Inc.
Ronda Thompson
Loretta and Ted Thranhardt
Diane Till
Carole Watson-Slade**
Gail Whitehead
Winn-Dixie Stores Foundation,
Inc.
$500 - $999
Anonymous
Anonymous
Anonymous - Wachovia
Eleanor Ashby through the
Women’s Giving Alliance
Ann McDonald Baker through the Women’s
Giving Alliance
Judy Ball
Angela Baragona
E. Bruce Bower
Brenda Courson
Jill Dame
Agnes Dancinger
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Davis
Thomas G. Egan, III
Annie Egan
Matthew Fairbairn through the Schwab Fund
for Charitable Giving
Georgia-Pacific
Kathy Gizzi
Susan Hamilton
David Harlow
Daphne Harrell
Mercy and Jesus Ilog in memory of Mildred
Thompson
Jacksonville Airport Authority
Donna and William Knauer
Thelma Mains*
Rosemary Miller
Mortgage Bankers Association of
Jacksonville
Ann Carter Murphy
Naders Pest Raiders, Inc.
Annmarie Neubecker*
Brooks and Rufus Pennington
Jamie Rood through the Women’s Giving
Alliance
Rose Circle Garden Club*
Marietta Sampson
Linda Slade
Darnell Smith
Jean Smith
JoAnne Smith*
Mildred Thompson
Mary Jane Uible through the Women’s
Giving Alliance
Joan Van Vleck through the Women’s Giving
Alliance
Paul Vance
Terry Walton
Zimmerman Family Foundation
LEON
$100,000 and above
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
Leon County School Board
$10,000 - $50,000
City of Tallahassee
Drug Free Communities Program
$1,000 - $4,999
Community Foundation
Alicia Crew
Roxane Dow
Golden Eagle Country Club
Emily Haymes
Cassandra Jenkins
McFarlain and Cassedy, PA
Julie Moss
North Florida Financial Corporation
Mary Anne Price
Proctor Hummer*
Annie Sloan
Suncoast Glass
Tallahassee Builders Association*
Tallahassee Civitan Club
Tallahassee Democrat*
Tan Shadows
Calvin and Sharon Wynn
WCTV*
Zonta Cares
$500 - $999
Bank of America
Roberta Christie
Mary Coburn
Samantha Fulton
Laura Hensley
Ann Levy
Joan Macmillan
Magnolia Decorative
Harold and Denise Mardenborough
Orange State Construction
Mike and Judy Pate
Mike Phillips
Rudnick Development
Natalie Tackett
UPS
Linda and Kevin Webster
Marjorie Williams
Mayo Woodward
MANATEE
$100,000 and above
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
Manatee County Children’s Services
Manatee County School Board
$20,000 – $49,999
Title I , DOE
$10,000 - $19,999
Bradenton Herald/East Manatee Herald**
Bradenton Yacht Club
Bright House Networks**
Manatee County General Revenue
Publix Super Market Charities
United Way of Manatee County
WWSB News Channel 40*
$5,000 - $9,999
Amanda & Graeme Edge**
Jonnie and Jose Salas
$1000 - $4,999
1st National Bank & Trust
The Edward E. and Lillian H. Bishop
Foundation
Craig Blethen
Bradenton Herald/East Manatee Herald**
Bright House Networks**
Glen Fausset
Gold Bank
Junior League of Manatee County**
Sandy Kirkpatrick
Kiwanis Club of Bradenton
Linda Lorrier
Manatee Memorial Auxiliary Foundation
Market Street Mortgage
Greg and Amy Mavis
Jo and Hal McRae
Glenda Miller
PepsiCo Foundation
Rotary Club of West Bradenton
Walter Schmid, Jr.
Service Club of Manatee County
The Mary E. Parker Foundation
Transportation Control Systems, Inc.
Tropicana
United Way Designated Funds
Waygood Family Foundation
WTHFTM, Inc.
$1,000 - $4,999
Joseph Glick
Bernice Matalon
Southern Education Foundation, Inc.
$500 – $999
A S A P Enterprises of Sarasota, Inc.
American Discount Tires
Donald Antenore
Brasota Mortgage Company, Inc
Pam Burghardt
Erasers
Flagship National Bank
Dana Foerster
John Gilles
Sandy Groseclose
Knights of Columbus
Dennis McGillicuddy
Mike and Sherri Mimbs
Moore Employer Solutions, Inc.
Moore’s Dairy Farm, Inc.
Joe and Connie Myers
PBS&J
Steve Petty
QualSure Insurance Corporation
Red Hoagland Pontiac-GMC, Inc.
Simple Employee Solutions, Inc.
$10,000 - $19,999
Community Foundation of Florida Keys
– Ross McKee Charitable Fund
United Way of Monroe
MARION
$100,000 and above
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
Marion County School Board
$10,000 - $19,999
Drug Free Communities Program
TECO Peoples Gas**
$1,000 - $4,999
AM-PM Plumbing, Inc.
Florida Thorobred Fillies Club
Hamlet Construction Company, Inc.
$500 - $999
Joanne Cornell-Olhman, PhD, PA
Clinton G. Hart
On Top of the World Communities, Inc.
$500 - $999
American Ambulance Service Inc.
Bill Miranda
Kathleen A. Sarmiento
Walter Tache
Zuckerman Spaeder LLP
MONROE
$100,000 and above
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
Monroe County School Board
$20,000 - $49,999
Board of County Commissioners
$5,000 - $9,999
Cheeca Lodge
Mariner’s Club, Inc.
$1,000 - $4,999
Anonymous
Coast Guard Enlisted Association
Eadeh, Ernest & Leslie
Florida Keys Area Health Education Center,
Inc.
Keys Boat Works, Inc. - Michael & Sharon
Bossert
Keys Children’s Foundation
Keys Federal Credit Union
Knight Charitable Foundation – Edward
Knight
NAPA Auto Parts of Key West – Cheryl Cates
Old Town Trolley Tours*
Schmitt Charitable Foundation
Suptropic Dive Center*
Upper Keys Rotary Foundation
Zonta Foundation of Key West
$500 - $999
The Fan House – Sara Widness*
Flamingo
Fountainblue Hilton Resort*
Hershoff & Lupino, LLP
Holiday Inn Marathon*
Spencer Kellogg
Kiwanis Club of the Upper Keys
Joseph Liszka
Marker 88 Restaurant*
Marriott Key Largo Bay*
Rotary Club of Key Largo
Chris Stone
MIAMI-DADE
$100,000 and above
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
Miami-Dade County Public Schools
ORANGE
$100,000 and above
Florida Department of Juvenile
Justice
Orange County School Board
$10,000 - $19,999
W. Glen Boyd Charitable Foundation
Fisher Island Foundation
Florman Family Foundation
$20,00 - $99,000
Orlando Sentinel Family Fund, a fund of
McCormick Tribune Foundation
$5,000 - $9,999
Women’s Fund of Miami Dade
$5000 - $9999
The Allen Fund, Inc.
Blessed Foundation
$1,000 - $4999
Bob Allen Family Fund
AmSouth Bank
Central Florida Association For Women
Lawyers, Inc.
Tami Diebel
E. Charlene Fauley
Sydney Green
Scott Greer-Greer Contracting Company**
Donald Lake
Bryce Mannen*
Galen Miller
Leslie O’Neal-Coble
The Rotary Club of Longwood
Walt Disney World Co.
$500 - $999
Monica Adams – Therapy Dynamics
Kurt and Karen Ardaman
American Association of
University Women**
Pauline Brodeur**
Letty Donarski*
Barbara and Paul Grossman
Carol Hobbs
Allen D. Irvine
Oviedo Winter Springs Lions
Ellen Parker**
Julie Powers*
Joan Rinaldi**
Diane Stadelman
Patricia M. Stamm**
PALM BEACH
$100,000 and above
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
The School District of Palm Beach County,
Inc.
$10,000 - $19,999
The Wachovia Foundation
$1,000 - $4,999
Dr. Patricia Anderson
Mrs. Sally Bailey
Ms. Dena Bombard
Ms. Pamela Collins
Ms. Bonnie Dorn
Ms. Theresa Fleites
Ms. Kathy Foster
Mr. Gary Wayne Gomoll
Linda and Chuck Grove
Ms. Beth Kincey
Mr. William Kramer
Ms. Meri McGuiness-Mass
NCCI
Ms. Joanne O’Connor
Rinker Materials
$10,000 - $ 19,000
Sullivan Properties*
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Mr. Paul Risner
Ms. Laurel Robinson
Rotary Club of West Palm Beach
Mrs. Jackie I. Skivington
Slim Fast Foods Company
Dr. Edward L. Steinberg
Sugar Cane Growers
Ms. Michelle Suskauer
Mr. Stephen Weiner
$500 - $999
Mrs. Vivian Bryan
Mr. Lewis Elkins*
Sandip Grewal
Mrs. Pat Price*
SAMS Club Foundation
PASCO
$100,000 and above
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
$50,000 - $99,999
District School Board of Pasco County
$20,000 - $49,999
Pasco County Board of County Commissioners
$10,000 - $19,000
Drug Free Communities Program
$5,000 - $9,999
Betty J. Humphry
Publix Super Markets Charities
Verizon
$1,000 - $4,999
Bank of America
Holiday Rotary Club
New Port Richey Rotary Club
Pasco County Sheriff’s Office
Progress Energy
Wachovia Bank
$500 - $999
Ellie Calhoun
Maxine J. Clayton
Dobies Funeral Home
Elinor Paladine
Ewing & Thomas, Inc.
Rotary Club of Keystone Sunrise
Eloise Taylor
PINELLAS
$100,000 and above
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
Pinellas County School Board
Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office
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$20,000 – $49,999
The Blue Foundation
Community Foundation of Tampa Bay
Eckerd Family Foundation, Inc.
Progress Energy Foundation**
$10,000 – $19,999
Harbor Springs Women’s Club**
$5,000 – $9,999
Pinellas Park Partners*
$1,000 - $4,999
Coldwell Banker Foundation
Kay Cunningham**
Bill Gandy
Image Custom Homes
Isaly Dairy Charitable Trust Fund
Judith Powers Jones
Joanne Kavanagh
Katherine & Stephen Knowles**
The Honorable Susan Latvala
The Honorable Linda Lerner
Martha McGhee
Cynthia Miller
Palm Harbor Junior Women’s Club
Sallie Parks
Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
April Putzulu
Donna Rasmussen
Mary & Bill Repper
Janet Rutz
The Honorable Julie Scales
The Honorable Irene Sullivan**
Target
Wal-Mart*
Sally and Roger Zeh
$500 – $999
Linda Bacon
CH2M HILL, Inc.
Church Women United
Susan Churuti
Jill and Andy Fernandez
Dianne Wheatley Gilliotti
Hastings & Estreicher, P.A.
Barbara and John Hubbard
The Honorable Deborah Kynes
Anita Lanagan
Gertrude and Francis Levett
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Meyers*
Dr. Martha Monagan-Hart
Donna Nelson
Progress Energy Florida, Inc.
The Honorable Frank Quesada**
Jan Regulski
Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Reinhold
Stuart Rose
Trish Rutledge
Gail Simpson
Lisa Verity*
Linda and Robert Whitelaw
POLK
$100,000 and above
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
Polk County School Board
$10,000 - $49,999
Drug Free Communities Program
$1,000 - $4,999
Cypress Gardens Chapter Society of C.P.C.U.**
Geico*
Lakeland Christina Rotary Club, District
6890**
Powell, Fragala & Associates*
Gisele Roy
Dr. Gregory P. Scott*
St. Francis Thrift Boutique**
Webster University*
$500 - $999
Vickie Cannoy*
Sandi Chamberlin
Linda Czelusniak
Dr. Horst*
Maria Mahoney
Natasha Rieger
Robin Tillett*
Mrs. Gerda Von Paleske*
Andrea Whiteley
TREASURE COAST
$100,000 and above
Department of Juvenile Justice
St. Lucie County School Board
$50,000 - $99,999
Martin County Children’s Services
Council
St. Lucie County Children’s Services
Council
$20,000 - $49,999
Drug Free Communities Program
Workforce Development Board
United Way of St. Lucie County
United Way of Martin County
$5,000 - $9,999
Allegany Franciscan Foundation Palm Beach
County, Inc.
$1,000 - $4,999
Mark Barnes
Mrs. Sydelle Blatt
Coca-Cola*
Viking and Vicki Dietrich**
Mrs. Jayne Drucker
Publix Super Markets Charities, Inc.
Mrs. Sharon Raphaeli
Royal Palms of St. Lucie
SAM’s Club 8150**
Evett Simmons
Soroptimist of St. Lucie County
Wachovia Wealth Management
$500 - $999
Ms. Pat Baldwin
Blaze Mechanical
Mrs. Nancy Bryson, Bryson Foundation LTD
Ms. Kathleen Dunlop
Havert Fenn Campaign
Ms. Audrey L. Fetter
Fraternal Order of Eagles
Christann Hartley
Ms. Juanita Hill-JD Hill Services**
Jetson Appliance*
LBFH Inc.**
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald and Susan Match
Mr. and Mrs. Norman and Jan Penner
Ruden, McClosky, Smith, Schuster, & Russell
Saint-Gobain Corporation
St. Lucie County New Car Dealers
Association*
Southern Eagle**
William Thies & Sons*
United Methodist Women
Mr. and Mrs. Horace and Theora Webb
Mrs. Juliet Whitney
VOLUSIA-FLAGLER
$100,000 and above
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
Volusia County Schools
Workforce Development Board of Volusia
and Flagler Counties
$20,000 - $49,999
County of Volusia
$10,000 - $19,999
3M*
Charlie and Linda Williams*
Drug Free Communities Program
Flagler County Schools*
United Way of Volusia and Flagler Counties
Volusia County Health Department**
$5,000 - $9,999
Kiwanis Club of the Trails
Paul L. Newman
$1,000 - $4,999
Bank of America
Daytona Beach Community College*
The Daytona Beach Pennysaver*
Embassy of Hope
Executive Women’s Council
Jackson Hole Saloon
Junior League of Daytona Beach**
Linda Miller
Ormond Beach Kiwanis
Ormond Beach Presbyterian Church
Ormond Beach West Rotary
Amy Lou Pantages
Pilot Club of Daytona Beach
Pilot Club of Port Orange
SunTrust Bank
Target
$500 - $999
American Express
Manoj Bhoola
Helen Bronson
John DiCesare
Bud and Lois Ellison
Heavenly Ham*
Highland Presbyterian Church
Jessup’s Jewerly
Henrietta Lenz
Maui Nix*
Orlando Magic*
Publix Supermarkets
Seaside Music Theater*
Stella’s on the Beach*
Randy Miller*
Anthony Ziner
PACE Center Locations and Executive Directors
1. HEADQUARTERS
One West Adams Street
Suite 301
Jacksonville, FL 32202
904.359.3814
2. JACKSONVILLE
Lynn H. Bertram, MSW, LSCSW
Thompson-Weaver Building
2933 University Boulevard North
Jacksonville, FL 32211
904.448.8002
3. VOLUSIA-FLAGLER
Carol Wick, MS, LMFT
200 Magnolia Avenue
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
386.323.0078
4. ORANGE
Kellie R. Oom, MPA
45 West Washington Street
Orlando, FL 32801
407.843.1775
5. TREASURE COAST
Lisa von Seelen, MHS
309 South 7th Street
Ft. Pierce, FL 34950
561.595.8880
6. PALM BEACH
Sharon Cohen, MPA
1225 D South Military Trail
West Palm Beach, FL 33415
772.433.3683
7. BROWARD
Aggie Pappas, MSW
2225 North Andrews Avenue
Wilton Manors, FL 33311
954.561.6939
8. MIAMI-DADE
Nancy Sullivan, M.Ed.
1090 NE 79th Street
Miami, Florida 33138
305.795.2070
9. MONROE
Lower Keys
Phyllis Allen, M.Ed.
3130 Flagler Avenue
Key West, FL 33040
305.293.1593
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Outreach Locations
Upper Keys
89015 Overseas Highway
Tavernier, FL 33070
305.853.1920
10. COLLIER AT IMMOKALEE
Threasa Miller
201 North 1st Street
Immokalee, FL 34142
239.657.2400
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11. MANATEE
Amy Wick Mavis, M.Ed.
3508 26th Street West
Bradenton, FL 34205
941.751.4566
12. HILLSBOROUGH
Nikki Daniels, MSW, LCSW
7402 56th Street North
Suite 306
Tampa, FL 33617
813.988.7223
13. PINELLAS
Sally Zeh, MPA
5001 Park Boulevard
Suite 201
Pinellas Park, FL 33781
727.545.6545
14. POLK
Deborah Panariello, LMHC
Vista Professional Center
3037 Lakeland Hills Boulevard
Lakeland, FL 33805
863.688.5596
15. PASCO
Danielle Taylor-Fagan, MS
5462 Grand Boulevard
New Port Richey, FL 34652
727.849.1901
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16. MARION
Cathleen Blagay, JD
1601 NE 25th Avenue
Suite 302
Ocala, FL 34470
352.369.0571
17. ALACHUA
Kathie Southwick, Ed.S., LMHC
1010 SE 4th Avenue
Gainesville, FL 32601
352.374.8799
18. ESCAMBIA-SANTA ROSA
Janice T. Griffin, LMHC, LCSW
1201 College Boulevard
Pensacola, FL 32504
850.478.7060
19. LEON
Janet Ter Louw, MT-BC
1344 Cross Creek Circle
Tallahassee, FL 32301
850.921.9280
One West Adams Street, Suite 301
Jacksonville, Florida 32202
tel: 904.359.3814 fax: 904.359.3827
www.pacecenter.org