2014 YE UWFC Annual Report - United Way of Franklin County

Comments

Transcription

2014 YE UWFC Annual Report - United Way of Franklin County
2014 Annual Report
Our Mission
To serve as a leader within Franklin County to collaborate, allocate resources
and provide access to entities that focus on human need.
Board of Directors
President
Pam Anderson
Anderson Construction and Geneology
Vice President
Joseph Zmitrovich
Susquehanna Bank
Treasurer
Kimberly Rzomp
Summit Health
Secretary
James Zeger
Mercersburg Borough
Campaign Chairman
Pat Fleagle
Community Leader
Vice Campaign Chairman
Mike Ross
FCADC
Karsten Carroll, Volvo
Pastor Manny Diaz, Brethren Fellowship Church
Dr. Michael Doncheski, Penn State Mont Alto
Eileen Finucane, Esquire, Salzmann Hughes P.C.
Dr. Elizabeth George, Tuscarora Family Medical Center
Brian Hissong, Heritage Hills Retirement Home
Matt Kellam, Help-U-Sell, Keystone Realty
David Keller, Franklin County Commissioner
Thomas McMurdy, Manitowoc Cranes
David Sciamanna, Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce
Randall Sellers, Patriot Federal Credit Union
Ryan Stouffer, CPA, Rotz and Stonesifer
Marian Witherow, Witherow and Associates
Sharyn Wolfe, First Community Bank of Mercersburg
Staff
Administrative Volunteers
Amy HIcks, Executive Director
Rosann Davidyock
Cindy Etchison
Ella Kelley
Ethan Leabhart
Doris Mickey
Joanne Paine
Cheri Kearney, Community Impact Director
Joan Smith, Finance Manager
Deb Naugle, Resource Specialist
Executive Notes
A year goes by quickly in our community and especially at United Way of Franklin County and in our community.
Every day, people are at work in our county to advance the common good. For 73 years, United Way has
been the force behind organizing and mobilizing local people and organizations, to improve lives and change
conditions that affect us all. LIVE UNITED continues to be our mantra as we work to improve education, income
and health for individuals and families.
We continue to sharpen our focus by building initiatives like Stepping Forward Works, to expand training
opportunities for people who want to work, and our EITC (Educational Income Tax Credit) Scholarship Program
which is coming together to fund Pre-K access for children of working families. We’re working closely with
Leadership Franklin County teams to create mentoring opportunities and to expand the reach of the 211 call
system, which provides information and referral services across our community and throughout Pennsylvania
and the nation. Our volunteers can be seen in every community of Franklin County with efforts like Stuff the
Bus, the Martin Luther King Food Drive and May of Caring. We continue to be recognized for our campaign,
which was supported by over 3,000 people and over 150 local companies and raised funds to help sustain 32
programs in 2014-2015. Those programs directly and positively impact the lives of more than 62,000 people
who live in Franklin County.
We remain committed to accountability and transparency with this publication of our Annual Report. Our
website is a storehouse of information about United Way and the communities we serve. Please visit www.
uwfcpa.org to learn more. We’re proud to share this report with you, and invite you to know us better. Your
continued support through giving, advocating and volunteering will help us expand our reach into the future.
Pam Anderson
President, Board of Directors
Amy Hicks
Executive Director
Three basic building blocks are essential to creating and enjoying a good life.
A quality education, a stable job, income that can support an
individual or family through retirement, and good health and
well being. When you support United Way—with your financial
gift, your voice or your time — you create opportunities for a
better life for all of us who call Franklin County home.
Here is a snapshot of the work accomplished through
United Way in 2014.
Early Childhood
United Way has been working to increase opportunities for quality early childhood learning.
Our Early Childhood Partnership is a network of professionals that specialize in serving families of young children, and
meets regularly to share information about topics of concern in a pre-K environment such as transitions, helping parents
understand behavior, and helping bridge transitions between health and education providers.
Working in tangent is a Parent Engagement Committee that is exploring innovative ways for reaching parents where they
live and work so that information can be shared more effectively by providers in a way that better meets the needs of busy
families.
In an effort to provide tangible support for families and programs, United Way of Franklin County became a Pre-K
Scholarship Program in 2014, which allows companies to support quality Pre-Kindergarten programs through the
Pennsylvania Education Improvement Tax Credit Program. As a result of EITC, United Way of Franklin County will be able
to provide $30,000 in scholarship funding to 3 and 4 year olds entering qualified pre-K programs in Franklin County.
United Way is working to connect parents and families, providers and educators in new ways so that children can be given
new opportunities to access reading and education at an early age and get excited about lifelong learning.
Thanks to the following companies for providing PreK Scholarships through the
Education Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) Program in 2014:
BHC Holdings, Inc.
CHR Corporation- Rutters
Capital Advantage Insurance Company
Susquehanna Bank
Stepping Forward Works
Developed by the Franklin County Prosperity Committee, the program is based on industry
requests for a reliable employee pool and modeled after the successful Cincinnati Works
Program.
The Prosperity Committee, made up of individuals representing the Greater
Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce, the United Way of Franklin County, the Franklin
County Area Development Corporation, the Franklin County Board of Commissioners,
school representatives, industry leaders, and community leaders, placed the Stepping
Forward Works program responsibility in the hands of the United Way.
During program training, individuals are coached on resume building, interviewing,
expectations in the work culture and budgeting prior to being placed before industry
human resource representatives for interviews.
United Way is expanding the reach of this program by partnering with a team from
Leadership Franklin County to develop a mentorship group that will help guide graduates
of the Stepping Forward Works program as they enter the workforce and experience
the daily demands of the job. This program will provide experienced workers with the
opportunity to impact the life of a newer worker.
Thanks to the following companies for providing financial
support for Stepping Forward Works in 2014:
CSX
LIU12
Donald B. & Dorothy L. Stabler Foundation
Target
PA 211
United Way has begun working with Contact Helpline to improve the
connectivitiy of 211 in Franklin County. 211 is an Information and Referral
Line, supported by county government and other community providers, that
connects people to trained listeners and information about services available
in Franklin County.
In 2014 United Way teamed with Leadership Franklin County to raise
awarenss about access to 211 and to work with local agencies to improve the
information database that supports the system for Franklin County.
United Way is also working with community agencies to increase the level of
knowledge about utilizing 211 across Franklin County so that connectivity to
services continues to strengthen.
Investment of Resources
EDUCATION
United Way of Franklin County allocates program funding, equally, to three priority areas in order to provide
stability for families in our community. Our investment in community programs ensures that help is available for
families and individuals when they need it most.
At United Way, we believe there is no better investment than education. We see education as a community
responsibility. It takes all of us – parents, teachers and caring adults – to help a child succeed in school and in
life.
INCOME
As many as one-third of working Americans do not earn enough money to meet their basic needs. Wages have
not kept pace with the rising cost of housing, healthcare, and education. Currently, 40 million Americans are
working in low-paying jobs without basic health and retirement benefits. For families walking a financial tightrope, unable to save for college, a home, or retirement, United Way is here to help by supporting programs that
meet basic needs, and by going a step beyond to provide literacy and financial training, as well as job training
and placement.
HEALTH
United Way is working to promote wellness and address healthcare issues that are facing our community. These
issues include access to health care and nutritious food, and working to promote safe neighborhoods. Good
physical and emotional health make it much easier to get an education and hold down a job and cannot be
taken for granted.
Fanne
Fan
nett Me
Meta
tall
Cha
C
hamb
mber
ersb
sbur
urg
g Ar
Area
ea
TTus
usca
caro
rora
ra
Gre
G
reen
enca
cast
stle
le-A
-Ant
ntri
rim
m
Way
W
ayne
nesb
sbor
oro
o Ar
Area
ea
Total
Tot
al P
Pop
opul
ulat
atio
ion
n
4091
40
91
562
5
6283
83
170
1
7000
00
189
1
8916
16
2837
28
376
6
Lives
Liv
es IImp
mpac
acte
ted
d % Po
Popu
pula
lati
tion
on IImp
mpac
acte
ted
d
112
1
129
9
28%
28
%
312
3
1201
01
55%
5
5%
376
3
769
9
22%
22
%
502
5
026
6
27%
27
%
1812
18
124
4
64%
64
%
5924
59
249
9
!
%
.
1
4
&
+
*
)
/
!
"
#
'
(
)
!
5
)
0
)
/
!
!
!
*
*
"
(
$
+
)
,
-
)
!
*
"
(
0
$ !
2
)
0
-
"
-
)
)
!
3
'
United Way invests in programs that serve the community populations of Franklin County. Our goal is
to make the greatest possible impact with the dollars raised. Each year programs are reviewed based
upon their reach into the community and their ability to change lives for the better.
Last year over 59,000 people were served across Franklin County. That’s more than 1 in every 3 lives
in Franklin County.
Volunteer
Franklin County residents prove that volunteerism is not
just an annual fit of holiday goodwill, but volunteering
is a way of life. Individuals are consistently giving their
time and resources to keep nonprofits alive. Volunteers
lead boards, serve in soup kitchens, answer phones,
usher plays, compose proposals and grants, restore
trails, tend to abandoned pets, and perform a host of
other duties. United Way thanks you for volunteering!
In 2014 United Way volunteers contributed at least
4,800 hours to assist with project like the Stone Soup
Food Drive, Stuff the Bus, Bonanza, May of Caring and
Campaign.
Without volunteer labor many nonprofits would close
their doors, cost of doing business in non-profits would
sky-rocket, and many tasks would be left undone.
Thanks to the many invdividuals who give freely of their
time, talent and energy to make the communities of
Franklin County a great place to live and work.
Finance Report
Support and Revenue
Building Fund
Campaign Contributions
In Kind Contributions
Income from Investments
Program Income
Interest Income
Other Income
Total Support and Revenue
Value of Volunteer Hours
$1,000
$587,533
$10,169
$15,304
$56,876
$480
$4,098
$675,460
$106,365
Annually, Independent Sector, a coalition of approximately 500 charities, foundations and corporate
giving programs, calculates the value of volunteer time. The value for the state of Pennsylvania for
2014 is $21.94 per hour. A total of 4848 hours of volunteer assistance was donated through United
Way of Franklin County in 2014.
Expenses
United Way of Franklin County (UWFC) supported 25 program partners, providing funding for 32
programs in 2014. UWFC encourages you to be confident in your charitable giving. UWFC and our
program partners are registered with Pennsylvania Bureau of Charitable Organizations.
The official registration of financial information for UWFC may be obtained from the Pennylvania
Department of the State by calling 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.
Funds raised in the 2014 campaign will be allocated in the 2015 fiscal year. UWFC does not provide
goods or services as whole or partial consideration for any contributions made by payroll deduction or
any other method of giving. UWFC operates under the highest financial and ethical standards. UWFC
does not charge any admissions fees for program partners or federation (member) agencies.
Program Support—Allocations and Designations
Campaign Expenses
Salaries and Benefits
Operational Expenses
Building Expenses
Trustee Fees
Total Expenses
Reserves and Restricted Funds
Permanent Restricted Endowment Fund
Cash Value of Life Insurance Policy
Total Reserves and Restricted Funds
$440,433
$18,169
$136,074
$53,549
$10,319
$3,423
$661,967
$611,775
$4,005
$615,780
Giving
CORPORATE KEYSTONE
M & T Bank
Manitowoc Cranes Americas
Oshkosh Corporation Foundation, Inc
CORPORATE CORNERSTONE
Donald B. & Dorothy L. Stabler Foundation
Gabler Trucking, Inc
Susquehanna Bank
CORPORATE LEADER
CSX
F & M Trust
Ingram Book Company
Orrstown Bank
Susquehanna Bank
CORPORATE CHAMPIONS
Chambersburg Hospital
Ingram Books
Manitowoc Cranes Americas
United Parcel Service
PACESETTERS
Boyer and Ritter CPA’s
F&M Trust
First Energy
Ingram Book Company
Lutheran Social Services
M&T Bank
Orrstown Bank
Patriot Federal Credit Union
Susquehanna Bank
United Way of Franklin County
Staff and Board of Directors
CORPORATE PARTNER
AAA Southern Pennsylvania
Campbell Insurance and Investments LLC
APX Enclosures, Inc
Castle Machine Company
Century Leasing Company
CenturyLink
CFC-Chambersburg Area
Chambersburg Area ADevelopment Corp
D. L. Martin Co.
Exelon Corporation
Forrester`s Lincoln Mercury Inc.
Franklin Storage, LP
Grove-Bowersox Funeral Home, Inc.
Hume McNeal Byers Amvets Post 224
Lehman Construction Services, Inc.
Miller Family Dentistry
Patriot Federal Credit Union
Sheetz
The Allstate Foundation
UGI Utilities, Inc.
Vacon, Inc
Valley Quarries
Ventura Foods LLC
VerStandig Broadcasting
World Kitchen, Inc.
Leadership Circle
DIRECTOR’S CLUB
Bill Adams
Robert and Barbara Allison
Dr. and Mrs. Armand J. Angulo
Marcus Ardiel
David Arnold
Cherry Arvin
Tara Bachtell
Tricia Barney
Ted and Karin Barlow
Edward and Maryanne Bass
Michael Beard
Stacy Beard
Kay L. Bender
Linda Bennett
Stephanie Beres
Steven Blessing
Brad and Johna Bolinger
Richard Brashier
Robert & Ellen Brede
Herbert S. Cassel
Ron Cekovich
Carla Christian
Juanita Comp
Phil and Kathy Cosentino
Dr. & Mrs. William L. Davis
Denis DiLoreto
Michael Doncheski
Ian Downin
James and Jean Druckenbrod
Lois E. Easton
Dennis and Pat Eckstine
J. Bret Elbin
Susan B. Etter
Maribeth Fish
Matthew Fogal
Carlton Fogle
Toni and Jodi Forrester
Chuck and Debbie Frame
Doug N. Frank
Jeffrey Funk
Mrs Alice Garland
Beeb N. Good
Ronald Gray
David Gustafson
Paula Hamilton
David Hanan
James Haugh
Stephen Hawbaker
Jay L. Healy
Michael Hennessey
Jennifer Henry
Michael Herbert
Kermit & Clarisse Hicks
David Hoffman
Todd Holtry
Cheryl Homan
Hugh and Barbara Jones
Randy Kane
Daryl Keadle
Bill and Cheri Kearney
Bruce Kehr
Cindy Kehr
Michael Kelty
Marguerite F. Kiersz
Dr. & Mrs. Gary L. Kimberlin
Beverly Kranzler
Michael Krepps
Mike Kugler
Lynn Y. MacBride
Dick Marks
Kenneth Martz
John Massimilla
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Maxwell Jr.
Lisa Mayes
Cynthia McCallum
Zachary McCommon
Marthina McGarvy
Michael McGuire
Jonathan & Angela Miller
Steve Miller
Diana Mozdy
Janet E. Myers
Craig and Page Nitterhouse
Christian Parker
Elizabeth N. Payette
Ed Peters, Jr.
Ashley Poynter
Roger W. Price
Marilyn Pukmel
Noel Purdy
Dr. Michael E. Rea
Paul Rhodes
Anna Robinson
Mr. and Mrs. L. Michael Ross
C. Marie Royce
Kimberly Rzomp
Camellia Sanders
David Sciamanna
Diane Secor
Terry Shade
Samuel Shatzer
Lissa Showe
Patricia and Karl Shreiner
Raymond Skinner
William Snell
Herbert and Carla Spomer
Mrs. Eunice Statler
Dr. & Mrs. Joseph H. Stewart III
Henry F. Stickel
Fred L. Stouffer, Jr.
Ryan Stouffer
Tamera Stouffer
Mark A. Thorne
Jane Tompkins
Huy & Suzanne Trinh
Charles Upperman
John & Carol Van Horn
Angela Wagner
Randall Wall
Martha B. Walker, Esq.
Jonathan Walters
Wenshu Wang
Rebecca Ward
Angela G. Weagly
John Wetzel
Kenneth Willhide
Marian K. Witherow
Michele Zeigler
Beth Zeiler
Bonnie Zehler
Robert R. Zimmerman, DDS
Ann and Robert Ziobrowski
Vice President’s Club
Mr. & Mrs. John A. Abbott, III
Steven Angle
J. Edward Jr. and Marie Beck
Mr. & Mrs. John W. Beck
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Beck
Mr. Stephen Beck
C. Clint and Mary Bolte
James Crowder
Gregory & Debbie Duffey
Marylue Durff
Patrick and Jane Fleagle
Eric Foreman
Ron Froeschle
Elizabeth and Robert George
Mr. and Mrs. William G. George
Norm Goetz
Mr. and Mrs. Courtney J. Graham
Aaron Harshman
Amy and Mike Hicks
Vice President’s Club (cont.)
Donna M. Hutzell
Mark Johnston
David and Dawn Keller
Mr. & Mrs. John N. Keller
Preston and Helen Moe
Christine Molloy
William and Diane Nitterhouse
Jacqueline Norcross
Patrick O’Donnell
Joseph Padasak, Jr.
Jon T. Pearson & Patricia Gaffney
Allen Porter
John and Pauline Shearer
Randal L. Shelly
Dave Spessard
Joseph and Elizabeth Statler
Christy Tiska
Mark A. Vindivich
Brad Warner
Tynia Weigle
Phylis Wertime
Joseph Zmitrovich
President’s Club
Thomas E. Beck
Mr. & Mrs. George P. Buckey
Mary Alice Stoops
Chairman’s Club
Tom and Pam Anderson
Emerging Leader
Todd Bard
Lisa Dougherty
Patrick Mulhern
Randall Sellers
Legacy Society
We recognize individuals who make a planned gift or remember United Way of Franklin County
in their estate as members of our Legacy Society.
Clint and Mary Bolte
Daniel H. Byers
Ellen H. Campbell
C. Glenn Fry
Cora Grove
Walter Y. and Marion Grove
Kermit and Clarisse Hicks
Allen E. Hockersmith
William B. Hunter
James McBean
Jane Nansen
Deborah Shreiber-Ott
Marilyn and William Pukmel
Harvey B. Rinehart
Herb and Carla Spomer
Henry and Flora Erna Slutzker
Edna V. Stanley
Samuel K. Stoner
Thelma West
Cindy Hawbaker Memorial Award
in honor of past Executive Director. Cindy Hawbaker, this award recognized an outstanding
volunteer in our community each year.
In Cindy’s memory, award recipients are selected from the network of volunteers that serve United
Way partners, and have a strong commitment to a particular project. Recipeints are people who
work diligently behind the scenes of organizations and are some of the most highly respected
volunteers in our communities.
Anne Barton
Rowan Elsom
Susan Rotz
Lois Strayer
John Esser
Sharon Holoviak
Carol Hoover
Vissit www.u
uwfcpa.org to get in
nvolved.
United Way of Franklin County
182 S. Second Street, Chambersburg PA 17201
717-2
262-0
0015

Similar documents