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COMMUNITY REPORT

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Highlights

Thanks to your willingness to give, advocate and volunteer, your United Gifts in Kind: United Way distributes new, high-quality, donated Way was able to do an incredible amount of work this year, benefiting materials to non-profit organizations, improving their ability to provide services that strengthen our community. Last year alone we an estimated 200,000 people by providing a safety net of services. distributed over $1 million in items such as printers, office supplies, For over 50 years, your United Way has been raising funds and furniture, major appliances, hygiene items, clothing and other goods. Grant Administration: When needed, we serve as fiscal agent for funds raised during times of need such as wildfires or flooding. In addition, we seek out new grants to help further our work in the community including: · Brevard Workforce ($30,000) ­ for Financial Stability and Financial Education 2009 Campaign: The 2009 Community Campaign surpassed our goal · Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Grant ­ from the raising $6,719,640. Our United Way was one of the few United Ways IRS ($25,000) for VITA sites nationwide that had campaign increases in both recession years of · Wells Fargo Wachovia ($10,000) & Walmart ($15,000) ­ 2008 and 2009. This is a reflection of the spirit of generosity that for Financial Education exists in our community as well as the commitment of all of our · Florida Back to Work Grant ($561,955) ­ part of the campaign volunteers. We are truly grateful to each individual donor nation's economic recovery plan; created temporary jobs and corporate contributor that supported our resource development at 70 local non-profits efforts. · Housing Opportunities for People with Aids ($463,823) Community Care Fund/Allocations Process: Last spring over 100 volunteers contributed more than 3,600 hours reviewing agency financials and program performance, participating in agency presentations and site visits, and finally, determining how to best allocate limited funds to have the greatest impact possible. Disaster Preparedness & Response: The 2010 Hurricane Season proved to be a mild one. Our United Way continues to be one of the lead entities for disaster response. We are prepared to assist with resource generation, management of water distribution sites, volunteer recruitment, and the initiation of long-term recovery efforts. ensuring a broad array of key human care services are available throughout our community. This includes programs such as helping to protect children from abuse, feeding hungry families, providing shelter to those in need and so much more. Here are some of our service highlights:

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The economy continued to be a key issue for our community, as was the looming end of the Space Shuttle Program and the thousands of displaced workers who would need assistance. United Way of Brevard continued to focus on areas of priority:

Increase Financial Stability

United Way worked to promote self-sufficiency by increasing utilization of the Earned Income Tax Credit - a tax credit for low to moderate income workers. This year we launched six VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) sites in partnership with the IRS. Our VITA sites completed more than 500 returns for families earning less than $50,000 per year. The economic impact to Brevard exceeded $2.2 million. We also provide Financial Education opportunities to residents to improve their lives through budgeting, saving, debt management and wise use of credit. More than 1,000 people participated in financial education classes.

Reduce Hunger

Over the past eight years, United Way of Brevard has increased funding to basic needs agencies by 40%. This year alone more than $866,800 was distributed to our local partner agencies just for basic needs support including food. United Way of Brevard also promoted local food drives like the National Association of Letter Carriers Food Drive and the Boy Scouts "Scouting for Food" drive. United Way of Brevard assisted the grassroots effort Project Hunger to ensure that our local food pantries were well stocked over the summer months when children were out of school. This year, the initiative raised $195,779; provided 312,879 pounds of food; and served 18,614 clients. We also worked diligently to increase access to food stamps through our new Benefits Connection Program. Working at sites throughout the community, United Way assisted seniors and lowincome residents to determine Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) eligibility, complete applications and review any additional programs for which they might also qualify. Your United Way also served as the coordinator for the Emergency Food and Shelter Program which comes to our community through the Federal Emergency Management Agency. During 2009/2010, over $487,291 in funding provided eligible clients with rent, mortgage, utility, food and emergency shelter assistance.

Reduce Child Abuse

Our Healthy Families program is a voluntary in-home visitation program designed to prevent child abuse and neglect. Parents learn how to nurture and raise their children in a safe and loving environment. Healthy Families Brevard exceeds three of four indicators - including home visitation completion, family retention, child abuse prevention and program capacity. Nearly 2,000 families have benefited to date. In addition, we launched our Partners in Parenting program this year as a pilot program serving North and Central Brevard. Partners in Parenting is a short term home visiting program that provides support, parenting education, and safety information to families with a newborn. The home visits focused on safe sleeping, drowning prevention, developmental milestones, choosing a caregiver/medical provider, and community resources.

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VOLUNTEERS

Thank you to all the volunteers that have chosen to serve this community through their United Way. Thanks to their leadership and dedication, thousands of individuals in need have hope for a brighter future. 2009-10 BOARD OF DIRECTORS/Executive Committee Ann Luke, Board Chair Dr. Richard DiPatri, 2009 Board Chair-Elect Mark Mikolajczyk, Vice Chair/Resource Development Campaign Chair Renee' Valletutti, Vice Chair/Community Impact John Breitfeller, Treasurer Dr. Anthony Catanese, Past Board Chair Tom Baldwin Kim Brown Chas Hoyman Robert Jordan Adrian Laffitte George Mikitarian Members at Large Robert R. Rains, President BOARD OF DIRECTORS Jerry W. Allender Captain Henry Andersson Jackie Barker Dr. Brian Binggeli Alison Bogart Don Breckenridge Hugh Brown Scott Buescher John Casko Lesli Dooley Dr. James Drake Janet Eastman Erik Eavenson Lee Feldman Marilyn J. Finney Johnette Gindling Michele Goodwin Andrew Hament Paul Hanson Bob Herman Kevin Hoshstrasser Jerry Jamison Dana Kilborne Howard Lance Troy Lotane Michael Maier Bob Michaud Bill Moore Shirley Murphy Sheriff Jack Parker Stan Payne Brad Roub James Rudolph Dr. Jack Schluckebier Bill Smoak Eric Stern Joy Suttles Jonnie Swann Mike Williams R. Roy Wright Bill Potter,

Board Attorney (Pro Bono)

2009-10 Board Chair

Ann Luke

President

Rob Rains

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VOLUNTEERS

Finance Committee John Breitfeller, Treasurer Tom Baldwin Rob Van Epp Jack Johnson Henry Goode, CFM, CFP Chuck Greene Lark Janes, CPA Terri Burdine, CPA Judi Swartout, CPA, MHA Nominating Committee Michael J. Coleman, Chair Lee Feldman Robert Jordan Dana Kilborne Adrian A. Laffitte Sandy Sanderson Natalie Sellers Grant/Contract Oversight Committee Bunny Finney, Chair Roy Wright Chenita Joiner Hampton Smith Joan Madden Jack Johnson Bradley Roub Renee' Valletutti By-Laws and Ethics Review Committee Bill Potter, Chair Gene Cavallucci Michele Goodwin Tim Hollingsworth Renee' Valletutti

2009 Campaign Cabinet Campaign Chair, Mark Mikolajczyk Vice Chair/2010 Campaign Chair Chas Hoyman Alexis de Tocqueville Chair George and Liz Mikitarian Leadership Giving Co-Chairs Chas Hoyman and Andy Hament Loaned Leader Chair Jim Sheppard Ex-Officio Members Dr. Anthony Catanese, Board Chair Ann Luke, Board Chair-Elect Cabinet Members David Brock Kim Brown Wes Covell Chad Davis Dr. Richard A. DiPatri Erik Eavenson Rick Fleming Johnette Gindling Dan Gizinski John Horan Jack Johnson Regina Kaiser Dana Kilborne Darlene Koenig Adrian A. Laffitte Troy Lotane Linda Miedema, PhD. Steve Muzzy Rob Perers Charles Parker Sheriff Jack Parker Sandy Sanderson Natalie Sellers

Non-workplace Leadership Giving Council Tim Armstrong Carey Gleason Nick Heldreth Jack Johnson Scott Krasny Ralph Perers Dixie Sansom Ganon Studenberg Organizational Self Assessment Committee Jack Johnson, Chair Kim Agee Alison Bogart Leslie Dooley Bunny Finney Michele Goodwin Renne' Valletutti Community Impact Process Redesign Renee' Valletutti, Chair Kendall Moore David Brock Sherry Covell Brenda Fettrow Jack Johnson Melody Keeth Lynn Pemberton Jim Proctor Jeff Thompson Program by Program Analysis Task Force Renee' Valletutti Peggy Busacca Jack Johnson Melody Keeth Joan Madden

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VOLUNTEER

Fund Distribution Volunteers Kimberly Agee Kathy Alaskiewicz Anne Allen Glenn Beverly Stanley Bird Joyce Boudrie Michael Bowen Almetia Britton Loyde Carpenter Roberta Chaildin Cathy Ann Chase John Clay Kathy Crandall Carl D'Alessandro Lisa De Anda Allan Dianic Lesli Dooley Lori Duester Marilyn Fashano Beth Findley Robin Fore Michelle Fox Christopher Fox Daryl Gilbert, Sr. Carey Gleason Michele Goodwin Robert Gray Bridget Griffin Sandy Grutta Diane Haider Tammy Harris, MS Richard Heim Lisa Herendeen Robert Herman Cyndi Hernandez Susan Hopkins Eric Hostetler Brad Johnson Julie Lusk Chris Keller Deborah Kelly Valerie Kenworthy Gloria Kimmel Douglas Lebo Tim Lee Shannon Luker Don Lusk Christopher Male Cathy Martin David McGuinness Jonathan McNeilly Linda Miedema Tom Molnar Linda Mullen Jennifer Ogburn Susan Oltarzewski Craig Orndorff Frank Pagano Vi Philbrick Fran Pickett Jim Proctor Pamela Pugmire Dee Rainey Bobbie Raymond Debra Reed Kimberly Renzetti Laura Rich Peggy Ritter Olga Rojas Judy Rosner Janis Rubin-Telles Frank Sakuma Ted Schmoll Jack Schuler Ashley Smith Leigh Solazzo Carrie Anne Solomon Dixie Stelling Jamie Stengle Lisa Stigall Karen Strasko Joy Suttles Maribeth Terraglio William Terry Maureen Tills Julie Tookes Rob Van Epp Tina Vanover Mary Vohringer Angela Warwick Darrow Webb Sharon Weiss Steve Wilson Marty Winkel Denise Young

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CORPORATE SUPPORT

$1,000,000 & above: $650,000 - $999,999: $450,000 - $649,999: $150,000 - $449,999: $100,000 - $149,999: $40,000 - $99,999: Harris Corporation Publix Super Markets NASA/John F. Kennedy Space Center Brevard Public Schools, Health First, 45th Space Wing and Rockwell Collins Parrish Medical Center, United Space Alliance and USA Employees One Fund, Intersil Corporation, Brevard County Sheriff's Office and Brevard Board of County Commissioners Lockheed Martin, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, Florida Tech, IAP Worldwide Services Computer Sciences Raytheon, The Boeing Company and Boeing Employees Community Fund, Northrop Grumman, Wachovia/Wells Fargo, United Launch Alliance, Florida Power & Light, Wuesthoff Health System, GE Melbourne, Ron Jon Surf Shop, AT&T, Analex Corporation, bright house Networks, FLORIDA TODAY, City of Melbourne and Space Coast Credit Union ASRC Aerospace Corporation, Hoyman, Dobson & Company CPA, United Parcel Service, Bank of America, Brevard Community College, SunTrust Bank, Department of Veterans Affairs', City of Palm Bay, United Way of Brevard County, Target Stores, U.S. Postal Service, City of Rockledge, Abacus Technology, Wal-Mart, Berman, Hopkins, Wright, & LaHam CPA, Macy's and ATK Launch Systems

Community Credit Union of Florida, Disney Cruise Line, Morton Salt, BRPH Companies, Coastal Mechanical Services, Melbourne Internal Medicine Associates, JCPenney Stores, InDyne, Merrill Lynch, Regions Bank, Cooper Crouse-Hinds, Vance Lotane & Bookhardt, P.A., City of Titusville, M. H. Williams Construction Group, Brevard County Property Appraiser, Fiserv, Space Florida, Community Services Council, Space Gateway Support, Rooms To Go, RRI Energy, ITT Corporation SLRSC, Percepta and Associated Credit & Collection Bureau

American Business Interiors, Florida City Gas, Brevard Achievement Center, Dillard's, Health South Sea Pines, The Aerospace Corporation, Brevard Correctional Institution, FedEx, Office of the State Attorney, L3 Communications, Linkabit, Canaveral Port Authority, City of Cocoa, City of Cape Canaveral, Ron Jon Cape Caribe Resort, Brevard Family Partnership, GrayRobinson, P.A., Comprehensive Health Services, Child Care Association, Department of Children & Families, L3 Communications-SLRSC, Innovative Health Applications, Wiltech Corporation, Osler Medical, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Sierra Lobo, Hilton Melbourne Rialto Place, Brevard County Health Department, Kennedy Space Center Federal Credit Union, PNC Bank, Devereux Florida, IBM United States, PREVENT! of Brevard, Probation & Parole, Social Security Administration, Florida Solar Energy Center and The Washington Nationals

Brevard Workforce Development Board, Space Coast Early Intervention Center, Bridges BTC, Jacobs Technology, Clear Channel Outdoor, Department of Revenue, Space Coast Hospital Services, Early Learning Coalition, RedeCritique, David Boland, U.S. Customs and Border Patrol, Chase, City of West Melbourne, General Services Administration, U. S. CGC Vigilant, City of Cocoa Beach, Economic Development Commission of Florida's Space Coast, University of Central Florida/Brevard Campus, John and Katherine Duda Foundation, Office of The Public Defender, Children's Home Society of Florida, Raymond James & Associates, Prime Bank, Family Counseling Center, Transportation Security Administration, U. S. CGC Confidence, Mercedes Homes, BankFIRST, Dynamac, Community Treatment Center, Rusty's Seafood & Oyster Bar, Supervisor of Elections, Crosswinds Youth Services, State Courts System/18th Circuit, North Brevard Charities Sharing Center,CVS Pharmacy, Central Brevard Sharing Center, Ring Power Corporation, Glover Oil Company, Trese Printing and Dixie Sansom Consulting

$20,000 - $39,999:

$10,000 - $19,999:

$5,000 - $9,999:

$2,500 - $4,999:

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UNITED WAY STAFF

Sherrie Arflin Mindy Baker Donna Barber Frank Barger Polly Clawson Kathryn Columbia Debie Flynn Carlos Herreros Bethanne Hull Elizabeth Lee Jerry Lemberger Chris Logan Gerri Ludwig Alecia McCoy Susan McGrath Nicole Moschen Emily Orndorff Caron Partridge Sarah Pineo Rob Rains Gary Rodriquez Suzanne Sparling Michael St. Germain Terry Taylor United Way Healthy Families Debbie Brito Debbie Crawford Selidette Gluntz Iovana Johnson Rosemary Joseph Janet Mack Megan McChensey Dani McDevitt Betty McKenzie Marjorie Peterson Mackenzie Quirarte Carmen Rosa Leah Smith Lisa Thompson Nellie Torres

PARTNER AGENCIES

Responding to Basic Needs 2-1-1 Brevard American Red Cross Catholic Charities Central Brevard Sharing Center Coalition for the Hungry and Homeless North Brevard Charities Sharing Center Second Harvest Food Bank The Salvation Army Assisting Individuals with Disabilities BRIDGES (ARC Brevard) Brevard Achievement Center The Children's Center Space Coast Center for Independent Living Space Coast Early Intervention Center Promoting Health, Wellness, & Safety Community Treatment Center Family Counseling Center Florida Camp for Children & Youth w/ Diabetes Project Response AIDS Center STEPS Strengthening Families Brevard County Legal Aid Children's Advocacy Center Children's Home Society Crosswinds Youth Services Healthy Start Coalition Links of Hope Pregnancy Resources PREVENT! of Brevard Serene Harbor Space Coast Marine Institute The Women's Center Yellow Umbrella Nurturing Children and Youth Big Brothers Big Sisters Boys and Girls Club Boy Scouts of America Brevard Neighborhood Development Coalition Central Brevard YMCA Child Care Association Club Esteem Early Learning Coalition Girl Scouts of America Continuing Independence for Seniors Brevard Alzheimer's Foundation Community Services Council Senior Care of Brevard

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United Way of Brevard STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES Year Ended June 30, 2010

SUPPORT AND REVENUES Campaign Revenue Gross Campaign Results Less donor designed pledges Less provision for uncollectible pledges Net Campaign Revenue Other Revenue Contributions - disaster relief Contributions - noncampaign Contributions - gifts in kind Grants and contracts Endowment income Investment income Administrative service fee revenue Special event revenue (net of Expense) Other Total Other Revenue Total Support and Revenues EXPENSES Program Services Fundraising Management and general Total Expenses INCREASE IN NET ASSETS Net assets at beginning of year NET ASSETS AT END OF YEAR 6,878,659 (1,650,177) (505,074) 4,723,408

5,756 285,710 1,106,813 1,396,626 6,052 27,747 78,960 23,033 58 2,930,755 7,654,163

6,723,953 625,960 207,742 7,557,655 96,508 1,009,112 1,105,620

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United Way of Brevard STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION June 30, 2010

ASSETS Assets Cash and Cash Equivalents Investments Accounts Receivable Grants Receivable Unconditional Promises to Give (net of Allowance) Other Current Assets Inventory - Gifts In Kind Program Land, Property and Equipment (net of Depreciation) TOTAL ASSETS 1,360,810 1,214,029 17,252 216,607 2,365,970 9,150 28,650 316,826 5,529,294

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS Liabilities Accounts Payable Accrued Vacation Liability Agency Allocations Payable Donor Designations Payable Total Liabilities Net Assets Unrestricted - Undesignated Board Designated - Endowment Board Designated - Disaster Relief Temporarily Restricted Total Net Assets TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS 235,430 21,507 3,320,000 846,737 4,423,674

375,983 259,616 51,590 418,431 1,105,620 5,529,294

Charity Navigator is America's premier independent charity evaluator. They help charitable givers make intelligent giving decisions by providing in-depth, objective ratings and analysis of the financial health of America's largest charities. Charity Navigator awarded United Way of Brevard four out of a possible four stars. In earning Charity Navigator's highest four star rating, United Way of Brevard has demonstrated exceptional financial health, outperforming most of its peers in its efforts to manage and grow its finances in the most fiscally responsible way possible.

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