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3 From our Chairman Dear Friends of MADD: MADD National Board Of Directors Calendar Year 2012 (01/01/12 12/31/12) Thanks to your continued support of our mission, we took many steps forward in 2012 making our nation s roads safer. Here are just a few of our accomplishments: The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) announced support for laws requiring ignition interlocks for all convicted drunks drivers as well as continued support of the Driver Alcohol Detection System For Safety (DADSS) program. We served more than 61,000 victim/survivors in 2012 thanks to the more than 1,200 dedicated victim advocates and volunteers across our nation. The use of alcohol by teens dropped: 8th graders by 12 percent and 10th graders by three percent, respectively. In September, more than 500 MADD volunteers, staff and supporters gathered in Washington, D.C. for our National Conference, which included best practices for training, victim tributes, and advocacy. I invite you to click on the pages that follow to learn more about the progress we made this year. And I extend heartfelt thanks to the combined efforts of our volunteers and staff, our generous donors, our partners in law enforcement, government and the criminal justice system and others for making this happen. It is clear that it is every one of us working together that brings us closer to our mission to stop drunk driving, serve victims of this violent crime and prevent underage drinking. Together, let us continue to save and change lives. Respectfully, Robert Strassburger Chairman of the Board Barbara Brodt Brian Demers Steve Benvenisti Brad Bulla Sally Ganem Mary Frances Klotzbach David Levy Treasurer Frank Margourilos Nicole R. Nason Kathryn Nelson Secretary Courtney Popp Paul V. Romero Colleen Sheehey Mahesh Shetty Kathryn Stewart Robert Strassburger Chairman of the Board Bryce Templeton, M.D. Brian A. Ursino Monica Vandehei Nina Walker William L. Windsor, Jr. Vice-Chair Jan Withers National President Debbie Weir Chief Executive Officer Vicki Knox Chief Operating Officer Lista Hightower Chief Financial Officer Debbie Weir Chief Executive Officer Jan Withers National President Robert Strassburger Chairman of the Board
4 Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving Founded by a mother whose daughter was killed by a drunk driver, Additionally, 2012 brought significant progress in the passage of all- Stepping Up to Stop Drunk Driving Twenty years ago, when six-year-old Patrick Boland learned that his Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is the nation s largest nonprofit offender interlock laws in the states. Studies continue to show that year-old friend, Mathew Yarky, had been killed by a drunk driver, he working to protect families from drunk driving and underage drinking. to 75 percent of convicted drunk drivers will continue to drive even on fell to pieces. And as one of the largest victim services organizations in the U.S., MADD a suspended license. Therefore, license suspension alone is not the best When Patrick asked his father Mike why the people he loves die, his also supports drunk and drugged driving victims and survivors at no way to keep drunk drivers off the road. Ignition interlocks, however, are father didn t know how to answer. A man took the innocence of life from charge. In 2012, we saw this mission move forward as we took substantial endorsed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), my son. From that moment, Mike was determined to find a way to help steps to eliminate drunk driving, serve victims of this violent crime and the NTSB, AAA, and other safety groups, and are proven to reduce DUI his son heal. prevent underage drinking. recidivism by an average of two-thirds. Eliminating Drunk Driving We reached a significant milestone last year, with MADD s Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving as our blueprint. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced in December of 2012 that drunk driving deaths dipped below 10,000 in 2011 for the first time in our country s history. Building on this success, MADD worked with leadership in the House, Senate, and the Obama Administration in 2012 to include all three elements of the Campaign into federal legislation called Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century, or MAP-21, which authorizes the nation s highway and highway safety priorities for the next two years. MAP-21 includes annual appropriations of $29 million for high visibility law enforcement, $20 million for incentive grants to states that pass all-offender ignition interlock legislation, and $5 million for the Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety, or DADSS. MADD also worked with the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) to urge their support of the Campaign. MADD National Two states, Virginia and Missouri, passed legislation requiring all So Mike turned to MADD and became a volunteer and also served on MADD s National Board for six years. But one of his most instrumental convicted drunk drivers to use an ignition interlock device. MADD roles so far, has been in public policy. In July of this year, an ignition Missouri volunteer Mike Boland was instrumental in helping to get HB interlock bill, which was whole-heartedly sponsored by Rep. Charlie 480 signed into law in just eight weeks. (See sidebar for full story.) The Denison (D), requiring all convicted drunk drivers to use ignition passage of these laws helped bring the total to 20 states that now require interlocks on their vehicles, was signed into law in Missouri. ignition interlocks for all convicted drunk drivers. Mike says they had only eight weeks to get the job done. The stars and moon and everything else seemed to come together, Mike says. Charlie ran with it he called a writer and wrote the bill and within a week we were on the calendar for a hearing. Supporters including members of the Interlock Coalition attended the hearing, as well as some friends Mike had invited. The friends, it turns out, were victims who had lost loved ones and children in drunk driving crashes. When they were asked to say a few words, each graciously shared how drunk driving had impacted their lives. After the hearing, Mike was told theirs (the victims) was the finest display ever heard. It was like Kevin Bacon in Six Degrees of Separation everything really does go back to the victims. President Jan Withers and Senior Vice President of Public Policy J.T. Griffin both testified during a two-day impaired driving forum held in Washington, D.C. As a result, in December the NTSB announced support for laws requiring ignition interlocks for all convicted drunk drivers, as well as furtherance of the DADSS program. They had previously only supported the sobriety checkpoints element of MADD s Campaign.
5 Serving Victims First there s the drunk driving crash, then the lifelong impact. Life is forever changed. This is the very reason providing immediate and ongoing support to victims, survivors, and their loved ones is a core MADD priority. In 2012, we served more than 61,000 victims of drunk and drugged driving crashes that s someone in need every 8.6 minutes. We were there for victims of drunk and drugged driving 24-hours day, every day of the year through our 877.MADD.HELP line ( ). Our Help Line advocates listen empathetically and compassionately. MADD New Jersey volunteer Bob Nulman recruited his daughter Kim to become a Help Line volunteer, healing their own pain by helping others with theirs. (See sidebar for full story.) Stepping Up to Comfort Callers Bob Nulman called MADD in 1988 looking for help. As mayor of Clinton, New Jersey he was a busy man but the negative feelings he was experiencing after the death of his 22-year-old son Daniel by a drunk driver the year before, were weighing him down. When I called MADD, I spoke to a couple who had also lost their child and I connected with them immediately, Bob says. Hoping to channel some of his negative energy into something positive as a way to honor his son Bob began working as a MADD volunteer. He became a victim advocate and a speaker at Victim Impact Panels. In 2009 he was asked to assist with MADD s victim helpline. Bob said yes and currently takes calls during the graveyard shifts: Friday and Saturday from midnight to 8:30 a.m. Bob s daughter Kim lives in Jacksonville, Florida. For many years Kim had trouble dealing with the loss of her brother, then one day she called and said she wanted to help, Bob says. So Kim became a victim advocate and before long, she too was manning the helpline. Bob says that when a call comes in from a grieving sibling, he tells the caller that his daughter would be happy to talk to them explaining that they would benefit from another sibling first hand. The same goes for Kim when she gets a call from a parent. We became a tag team, he says. Because of their dedication to MADD, Bob and Kim are helping victims and each other. Working the Help Line together has strengthened the bond between us. Even though Dan s death was a tragedy, we share a special closeness, Bob says.
6 Making A DifFerence We also helped concerned callers who reached out to MADD seeking advice on how to make a difference in eliminating drunk driving in their communities. We handled thousands of child endangerment calls from family members, friends, neighbors, and co-workers concerned about adults driving impaired with children in their vehicles. Every child deserves a non-drinking designated driver. MADD s unwavering victim services are made possible by our dedicated victim advocates. Their tireless efforts are awe inspiring. During the year, more than 1,200 MADD victim advocates, most of them volunteers, provided support services and hope to survivors. In addition to offering emotional support and guidance, MADD advocates assisted victims in navigating the criminal justice system and accessing community resources. MADD victim advocates accompany victims to court and attend criminal justice proceedings. We assist victims with writing Victim Impact Statements; empowering them to have a voice. MADD also offers support groups in many areas and provides opportunities to connect victims with other victims who share similar experiences. In addition, MADD provided supportive materials on grief and trauma, in both English and Spanish. These materials offer coping tips for adults, children, teens and those who are injured and/or bereaved. We also created thousands of opportunities to provide easily accessible support and connection through social media, including Facebook and Twitter. To keep up with the need of increasing outreach, we recruited additional victim advocates and provided education sessions to ensure that MADD victim advocates are informed and trained to effectively meet the needs of victims. Training is facilitated through online courses, webinars, and teleconferences. MADD victim advocates assisted victims with the application process for Crime Victim Compensation, which is a financial assistance program that may help eligible crime victims with specific expenses. We provided critical death notification training to first responders, including law enforcement officers, emergency personnel, chaplains, coroners, and funeral home professionals. Unexpectedly, families receive a knock on their doors and are given death notifications. The death notification is the beginning of a long, painful healing process for victims. Our goal is to ensure that victims are treated with compassion and care from the first moment they hear the tragic news. MADD s nationwide training program is highly regarded and appreciated. In 2012, we facilitated hundreds of Candlelight Vigils across the country. Candlelight Vigils are a way to honor and remember families impacted by the 100 percent preventable crime of drunk driving. We provided thousands of opportunities for victims to share their story. Through MADD s Victim Impact Panels, victims reached more than 200,000 drunk driving offenders by telling their stories in a nonjudgmental manner. MADDvocate, our biannual victim services publication, reached more than 250,000 readers. MADDvocate provides heartening stories of healing and survival, grief tips, and advice on caring for others. Advocacy in Action news helped inspire readers to get involved in community service, while Across the Nation stories provided a showcase for the work MADD is doing on victims behalf. View our 2012 MADDvocate at madd.org/ maddvocate. Articles include: Erasing the Stigma of Reaching out for Professional Counseling, Coping with Depression, Delivering a Death Notification with Compassion, and Teaching Your Children about the Dangers of Underage Drinking and Alcohol. Behind every drunk driving statistic is a person whose life was filled with family and friends. They are mothers, fathers, sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, and friends. Their lives have been impacted and will never be forgotten. Thousands of tributes are posted on MADD s Wall of Honor, helping to put a human face on drunk driving statistics. Together, we make a difference.
7 Preventing UAD Preventing Underage Drinking 2012 brought good news on the underage drinking front. According to the Monitoring the Future study, annual use of alcohol by 8th and 10th graders dropped by 12 percent and three percent respectively. MADD knows that protecting youth from the dangers of alcohol begins with equipping parents with the tools to communicate with their kids about alcohol. MADD continued to train its staff, as well as parents, law enforcement, school leaders, and community members, to implement the Power of Parents program. The program includes a research-based handbook, delivered to parents of teens through 30-minute parent workshops, which was adapted from Dr. Robert Turrisi s handbook for college freshman, in order to influence parenting behavior to prevent underage drinking and maintain the 21 Minimum Drinking Age Law. In 2012, we reached one parent every 30 minutes with the critical tools to have potentially lifesaving conversations with their teens about alcohol. We also began to build out MADD s Power of You(th) program because teens have more power than they might think when it comes to saying no to alcohol. In July 2012, teens in MADD s National Teen Influencer Group were selected through a nomination process and national video contest, then flown to the MADD National Office to provide input on a teen booklet, the 411 on Teen Drinking, which empowers teens to resist peer pressure and influence other teens to make smart decisions about alcohol. MADD s Power of You(th) first and second National Teen Video Contests encouraged teens to create a short video that illustrates the power that youth have to take a stand against underage drinking. By encouraging teens to take a stand, they can mobilize other teens to do the same and work together in their schools and communities to reduce social and retail access to alcohol. Research confirms the importance of engaging parents, the number one influence of teens decisions about alcohol, but MADD knows that a holistic approach is essential to influence teens and reduce their access to alcohol, so plans are underway to also develop the Power of Community program. Power of Community engages the entire community businesses, law enforcement, legislators, educators, public health, coalitions, teens and other adults to utilize evidence-based strategies for underage drinking prevention that lead toward long-term outcomes, such as community assessments and toolkits to mobilize parents, teens, and others in the community to work on projects that change community norms and systems around underage drinking. These efforts, which include supporting law enforcement, generating media awareness, partnering with legislators to enact policies, and reducing social and retail access to alcohol, are designed to change the environment in which underage drinking occurs. In an effort to engage parents, youth, and communities around underage drinking prevention during a very key time of the year when underage drinking is prevalent prom, graduation, spring break MADD held its second annual PowerTalk 21 day, a national day on April 21st to start talking about alcohol. Wyoming volunteer Debbie Taylor spoke to the nation about losing her 18-year-old son Casey to alcohol poisoning in (See sidebar for full story.) Stepping up to Talk to Parents When Debbie Taylor s son Chris asked to be excused from a MADD presentation about underage drinking, just months after his older brother Casey had died from alcohol poisoning, she said yes and went in his place. I didn t know at the time that MADD had an underage drinking program and I wanted to see what it was about, Debbie says. Soon after the presentation she contacted the MADD Central Wyoming Chapter and told them she wanted to speak about her experience to prevent the same thing from happening to other families. It wasn t long before she was sharing Casey s story at Wyoming Victim Impact Panels. Debbie was clearly becoming an asset to the MADD chapter answering calls, sending out mailings and working with volunteers. In September, 2012, Debbie spoke at the Power of Parents breakfast at MADD National Conference in Washington, D.C. She did such a fine job that she was asked to speak again in April, 2012 at the PowerTalk 21 Press Conference in Washington. At the press conference, held at the National Press Club, Debbie was given the opportunity to speak to parents around the nation about the importance of talking with their kids about alcohol. She was also interviewed by several TV networks and newspapers included Fox News and USA Today. Speaking in Washington made me feel like Casey s story can make a difference to a lot of other parents.
8 KeEping kids Safe and Roads Safe With a growing group of national program partners, such as the National Football League (NFL), National Parent Teacher Association (PTA), American Association of School Administrators (AASA), National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), and others, MADD has and will continue to reach parents in order to influence kids on PowerTalk 21 day and throughout the year to prevent underage drinking and maintain 21 as the minimum drinking age, with the ultimate goal of keeping kids safe and roads safe. Also, since alcohol is the most commonly used drug by youth more than all illegal drugs combined MADD offices partnered with schools during Red Ribbon Week in October to encourage young people to live an alcohol and drug-free life. The Power of You(th) teen booklets were distributed to help teens take a stand against underage alcohol use, as well as MADD s Power of Parents research-based handbook to equip parents to have potentially lifesaving conversations about alcohol with their kids. Building Capacity MADD is committed to eliminating drunk driving, serving victims of this violent crime, and preventing underage drinking. The thousands of lives saved by changing laws and policies, supporting law enforcement, and educating the public, among many of MADD s programs, can be contributed to the grassroots support and tireless work of a few staff members and thousands of volunteers across the nation. The dedicated staff and volunteers have provided programs and services that have literally changed the landscape of America with regards to drunk driving. But thousands of lives are still lost each year, due to the tragedy of a 100 percent preventable crime, and we have much more work to do. That is why MADD also took 2012 as an opportunity to grow our ranks by recruiting more people into its cause by launching a Volunteer Program: Driven to Save Lives. The program is a comprehensive guide to strategically coordinate the efforts of the national organization by forming a local committee structure to recruit and train volunteers to provide MADD s services, standardized evidence-based programs, and education and awareness activities, with the ultimate goal of strengthening MADD s mission to stop drunk driving, support victims of this violent crime, and prevent underage drinking. By doing so, we lock shields together to protect families and save more lives. The power of MADD s grassroots following could be seen in full force in September 2012 when more than 500 MADD volunteers and staff members descended onto Washington, D.C. to attend the 2012 MADD National Conference. The three-day conference provided training on best practices for MADD s programs and services, a national Candlelight Vigil of hope and healing and a day of advocacy on Capitol Hill. U.S. Paralympian Kari Miller spoke at a lunch honoring MADD s partners in traffic safety, legislative affairs and media. She shared her story of losing both of her legs in a drunk driving crash and her fight to become a silver medalist as a member of the U.S. Paralympic Sitting Volleyball Team. The same grassroots spirit on display in Washington, D.C. was also exhibited in more than 40 cities across the country at Walk Like MADD events in The events provide the opportunity for communities to come together to take steps in the name of safer roads and healthier families. Many of these events were completely volunteer-led, such as a Walk in Virginia Beach organized by volunteers Bob and Kay Walsh. They ve have raised more than $30,000 each year by building strong relationships in their community. (See sidebar for complete story.) In total, more than 30,000 participants took part in one of these fun, familyoriented events. Stepping Up to Raise mission funds When MADD volunteers Bob and Kaye Walsh were asked three years ago to consider organizing a Walk Like MADD event in Virginia Beach, with a fundraising goal of $5,000, Kaye said, We can do better than that. And boy did they. In 2011, they raised $30,000. In 2012, they raised $35,000 and this spring, they raised $32,000. After their daughter Robin was killed in 1997 by a drunk driver with prior convictions, Bob and Kaye became MADD volunteers. We ve built wonderful relationships with everyone in our community. Kaye says that all of the items needed for the walk, water, snacks, plaques, even trash cans are all donated by local grocery stores. Home Depot and Target donate gift cards that become prizes given out at the Walk. Those relationships also include the Commonwealth of Virginia s Attorney General s office and the Navy, two of their biggest supporters. Bob says that the Walk teams from these two sponsors are very competitive. They donate a lot of money, but they really want the plaques, Bob says with a chuckle. Kaye says their walk events are successful because people want to know that MADD is doing something with their donations and when people come out to Mt. Trashmore Park they see that we really are. They meet each other, they talk about MADD, they talk about how drunk driving has impacted their lives, they know everything has been donated and that their community supports MADD s work to save lives. You have to show the community that MADD s going to do something for their money, Kaye says. The WALKS do just that!
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12 Donors David L. Kaltman Memorial Golf Tournament David Majewski David Miller David Rigby David S. Petrie David Wuthnow Davis Law Group DC Rentals LLC Dean Taitz Deanna Cashmere Debbie Crady Debbie Heckes Debbie Weir Deborah Jo Rennels Deborah Richards Debra Horton Debra Lazrove Debra Marquis Deirdre Anglin Delane Overton Delaware County Board of Fire & Safety Dellecker, Wilson, King, McKenna, Ruffier & Sos, LLP Deloris Petty Delta Downs Race Track Dena Tadros Denise L. Cool Denise Lindsay Dennis Bolton Enterprises Dennis Chavez Dennis Clark Derrick Odom Derrick Riley Dick s Sporting Goods Dione Brown Guardianship Dobbs & Tittle PC Dolores James Don Chester Don Kimber Dona Ana County Donald Tracy Donna Kasmer Doris Bridgeman Dorothy G. Griffin Dorothy Templeton Douglas Bacon Douglas Ciampa Douglas Roberts Draeger Safety Diagnostics, Inc. Drawing Proceeds Drew Bolles Drury Hotels Duke NROTC Dulcinea Rakestraw Dustin Miller Dustin s Place Dwayne Rollins E. Pierce Marshall, Jr. Eastern Suffolk BOCES Ed & Mary Heath Eddy Cantor Edward J. Kelly Edward Walker Elaine G. Scully Elana Flaumenhaft Elizabeth Carter Elizabeth Manis Elizabeth McCann Elizabeth Sobala Elizabeth Steele Ellen & Clarence Peterson Foundation Elliott Glicksman Emerson Charitable Trust Emil B. Karawan Emilio Pedreanez Emily Clines Emily Marino Entergy Corporation Enterprise Enviro-Clean Inc. Epifano LLC Eric Olson Erie Insurance Estate of Donald E Myrick Estate of Kevin Magee Estate of Maureen B Rosenston Estate of Ruth Blum Estate of Vera M Sunday Estee Lauder Inc. Esther B. Kahn Charitable Foundation Ethan A. Lerner Evelyn Hedy Explorers Club ExxonMobil Foundation Fairmount Mortuary Felipe Paraguya Fernandez & Hernandez Fernandez Cleaning Team FHB Employees Fiesta San Antonio First Baptist Church Lakeland First Hawaiian Bank Employees First Insurance Charitable Foundation First Presbyterian Church Mission Fund Floyd Jones Foodland Super Market Foundation for the Carolinas Frances Francis Frances Munez Carter Francis Bolte Francisco Lopez Frank Howard Fraser & Souweidane, P.C. Fred T. Wolkoff Fredrick R. Weisman Art Foundation Frenkel & Frenkel Fresno Police Department Fresno Regional Foundation Frickey Law Firm G. Stephens G.W Miller Gaedeke Group Gail Ellstein Gail Walker Gap Inc. Gapsch s Carstar Collison Cent Gary Anderson Gary Briefel Gary Landis Gary Plutzer Gayle Greenwood GE Foundation Geneva Thorndike Gerald Bayreuther Gerald Furner Geraldine Cafaro Gertrude Goff Gil Shiva Gillis Thomas Give With Liberty Glen Allen Glen Barnett Glenn Forgan Global Impact Goldberg, Meanix, McCallin & Muth Gordon Joost Gordon Robbins Grace Jordan Graciela Talamantes Grant Hunter Greater Ozarks Mustang Club Greater San Antonio Transportation Gregory Rogers Griffin Petroleum Co. Groupon Gulf Ice Systems H Butler-Brown
13 Donors H. Rocker Electric Co., Inc. Haley Buick GMC Halliburton Hans Shmigelski Harriet Holmes Harvey L. Miller Hawaii Hotel Industry Foundation Hazel Crust HCA Healthcare Fiscal Management, Inc. Heart of Florida United Way Heath Quinnelly Heather Butler-Brown Heather Smith H-E-B Helen Hall Henry Helgeson Henry M. Quincannon, Jr. Herman Law Firm LLC Hernandez & Fernandez Heymann Foundation HG2 Emergency Lighting LLC Highlands Parent Teacher Counc Hiway Federal Credit Union Hollands Bicycles Houghton Law Firm Howard Calhoun Howard Licht Howard Nations Huaco Tribe/Redmen Bingo Hyman Family Foundation Hyundai Capital America Hy-Vee Ian Miller IBM ICF ICF International IK Frankfort Illinois Tool Works Foundation Ilma Colon Ina Jones Indian Rocks Rotary Foundation, Inc. Inge Staton Inventory Locator Service, Inc. (ILS) Itw J Benson Construction Corporat J Boynton J. F. Bannan J. S. Broder Jack Morris Jack Schillinger Jackie Atkins Jacklynn Lee Jacksonville FratOrder Police Jacqueline Berry Jacqueline Glass Jacqueline McKeigue Jaime Esparza Jake s Firestone Jake s Fireworks James & Susan Hunnewell, Jr. James Arrington James Chalat James Distasio James Flaherty James Kozlowski James Penn James Pitman James Rill Jamie McDonnell Jamila Booker Jane Brandt Janet Acord Janet Bergman Janet Katz Janet Ramsdell Jason Fischbeck Jay Howell Jay Lopez Jean Perrott Jean Ritchie Jeanne Ware Jeff Filley Jeff Smith Jeffrey Corzine Jeffrey Rusinow Jenna Fielder Jennifer Anderson-Romero Jennifer Barrie Jennifer Jones Jennifer Sanbar Jennifer Taylor Jerome Liberatore Jerry Brown Jerry Burd Jerry Stanton Jesse Rowland Jesse Wenck Jhamandas Watumull Fund Jill Midkliff Jill Nicholson Jim Dodson Jim Dodson Law Jim Palkovic JK Group Joan McCullagh Joan Robles Joanne Eaton Iorns Joanne H. Mcmullin Joanne T. Greenspun Joe A. Neuman Joe Ketaner Joe Strauss Foundation Joel Friedman Joesph & Amalia Singler Joey Flynn Johan Eveland John & Ruth Leclaire John A. Sellon Charitable John Ansbach John Buser John Buysman John Carroll John Clarke John Coburn John D. Gannett John Hodgins John Houghton John Kampeter John Kemble John Krauss John Leavitt John LoMonte John McNamee John Oneill John R. Leclaire John Smith John T. Fredrickson John Taylor Johns Hopkins University Jon Norman Jon Pool Jonni Conant Joram Magessa Jordan Marcus Jose Gonzalez Joseph Andreozzi Joseph Biscan Joseph Glass Joseph Tringali Joseph Vitale Josephine Chen Josephine Habiby Joyce Francis Joyce Gaffrey JS Foundation
14 Donors Juan Gaddis Judith Craig Judy Eicher Judy Utter Julie Paulson KAH Foundation Kalina Wong Kara Whitfield Karen Golz Karen Wright Kate Swanson Katherine Marcellus Kathleen & Laurence Flora Kathleen Flora Kathleen Getty Kathleen McCarthy Kathryn & John Nelson Kathy Cook Kathy Geary Kathy Miller Katie Bonnema Katie DeCubellis Memorial Katie Hargrove Kazan McKinney Kei Kesselring Keit Keith Franz Keith Kesselring Keith Smith KEJS Power106 Keri Wilson Kerye J. Jackson Kevin Bates Kevin Dolan Kevin Marciano Kevin Walkover Kim Krause Kimball Peele Kimberly Bussey Kimberly Power Kimone Williams Kirk Kendrick Kohl s Kohl s Cares Krista Moses Kristen Mertz Kristin Zisson Kristina Shaw Kristine Long Kroger La Reyna Laconia Savings Bank LaGrange Elementary Lakota, Inc. Lamar Ball Landscape Resources LaSalle Academy Laser Technology Laura Mountain Law Office of Albert V Carocci Law Office of Dan Rose Law Office of Ivey Scarborough Law Office of Neil Flit Law Office of Sara Powell Law Office of Stephen A. Burro Law Offices of Gary Green Law Offices of Keith Ligori Law Offices of Steven R. Rubenstein Law Offices of Vic Feazell, P.C. Lawrence Buck Lawrence Goldberg Lawrence L Jones II Lear Family Lenovo Corp Leslie Cohen Leslie Hull Lester & Grace Maslow Foundation Lewis A. Kingsley Foundation Liberty Mutual Group Linda Gorman Linda K. Walsh Linda Libby Linda Shriver Linda Walsh Linda Yellin Lisa Contreras Lisa Magoun Lisa Moneuse Lisa Siegartel Living Faith Christian Center Lldy & Skip Poliner Lois W. Dyk Lois Whitman Lokey Charities Lori Anderson Lori Whitford LoRicco, Trotta & LoRicco, LLC. Luhrsen Law Group Luigi Moccia Luke Lingle Luke s Legacy Lyle Wilson Lynne McEneny M Gordon M. J. Gordon Co. Mackenzie Harris Malik Mamdani Mansfield Summit High School Manuel Porth Marc & Tracy Schwimmer Marc Scherr Marc Skertic Marchand Machinery Maintenance Co. Margaret R. Kaplen Margot Carlson Maria Garcia Maria Ham Maria Mitchell Maria Montalvo Maria Montenegro Maria Vera Maria Wright Marin Community Foundation Marjorie Roberts Mark & Katy Dickson Mark Brand Mark Bryant Mark Demasie Mark Heller Mark Humphrey Market Basket Marlene Farbstein Marlene Young Marlise Skinner Marna Tippin Martin Harding & Mazzotti LLP Mary Ann Mattoon Mary E Dooner Foundation Inc Mary Joe N Crosby Mary Lambert Mary Miller Mary Pham Mary Smith Maryland Charity Campaign Matthew & Carol Shedd Matthew Cooper Matthew Kelley Maxine Gonzales McDowell Inc. Mead Charitable Foundation Meagan McCain Memorial Fund Meg Green Melinda Jones Melissa Bendure Melony Carawan Melvin Kamins
15 Donors Melvyn Lefkowitz Members Give Mendon F Schutt Merchants Mutual Insurance Company Merck Partnership for Giving Mervin Miller Met Life Metal Management Nashville LLC Methodist Hospital Metro PCS MHR Sonic Of Phoenix LLC Miami Dolphins Foundation Miami-Dade County Association of Chiefs of Police Michael & Susan Shay Michael Baker Engineering Inc. Michael Davila Michael E. Fox Michael Goodove Michael Hurley Michael Miller Michael Olson Michael Pettine Michael S. Turner Michael Shay Michael Shurtleff Michael Terry-Lloyd Michael Turner Michael Yraceburn Michelle Becker Michelle Hinds Michelle Noblitt Microsoft Mid-South Lighting Midtown Centre LLC Miguel Menegazzo Cane Mikiko Walker Milton Kay Mindy Huddleston Miriam Holding Mitchell Pines MJ Sullivan Monge & Associates Monica Alvarez Monitech Inc Mountain State Hands On Mr & Mrs Gerson Mulkey Engineering Mulkey Inc Muriel Mersereau N.A. TD Bank Nakia Roddy Nancy Keller Nancy Ritchie Nancy Taylor Nancy Wilson National Beverage Corporation National Christian Foundation National Coalition for Safer Roads National Philanthropic Trust National Traffic Safety Coalition Neil Crosby Neil Flit New Belgium Brewing Co. New Mexico Educators Federal Credit Union Nexgen Public Safety Solutions LLC Nexus Nexus Health Systems LTD Nicholas and Megan Ellinger Nicholas Lance Nicholas Nevius Nicholas Peters Nick Huffine Nicole Hutchinson Norman Knight North Providence High School Northern Trust Charitable Giving Northern Trust Company NROTC Carrie Shoemaker Fund NuBilt Restoration & Construction O Charley s Inc. Ocoee Police Department Ofelia Roca Oliver Smithies Orange County Sheriff s Office Our Families For First Corp Owen McCord Pa Gilbreath Pablo Espinoza Pacific Western Bank Pamela Armstrong Pamela Pitchford Pamela Romanow Paragon Casino Resort Paragon Water Solutions, Inc. Parnall Law Firm Patricia Gilbreath Patricia Lake Patricia Smith Patrick Bergmann Patsy M. Graham Pattonville School District Paul Ammann Paul Herstein Paul Jacobs Paul Shive Paul Valente Pawderosa Ranch Peach Movers Pearl Browne Pelco Pete Henderson Peter Erdoes Peter Mandell Peter Mcmillan Peter Sender PG&E Corporation Philip Gerson Phyllis Friedman Pierce Wealth Partners Fund Plastic Service Centers, Inc. Pooran Ramjattan Port Madison Enterprises Precision Tune Advertising Co-Op Price Chopper s Golub Foundation Pro-Tech Auto Accessories Publix Super Markets Charities R. C. Bigelow R. L. Jordan Oil Co. R. Michael Clark Ra Pisciotta Rabinowitz Swartz Taliaferro S Rafael Davila Ragland & Jones, LLP Raleigh-Durham Road Builders Ralph Jones Sheet Metal Ralph Wetherington Ramsey Daya Rand Eye Institute Randalls Rapid Wheelmen Bicycle Club Ratner Family Foundation Ravenna United Fund Inc. Ray Carter Raymond James Charitable Foundation Raymond Moore Razoo Foundation Reddish Foundation Inc. Regional Advisory Council TSAG Regions Morgan Keegan Trust Rembish & LaSaracina LLC Renee Varela Resource One Reyes & Associates PC Rhode Island Police Chiefs Association Rhonda Hoffman Rich Benavides
16 Donors Richard Benavides Richard Dadeks Richard Fernandez Richard Flyg Richard Geronemus Richard Harbison Richard Hatzel Richard Lopez Rick Rose Ridgewood Savings Bank Robby Gupta Robert & Judith Burger Robert Adler Robert Armstrong Robert Bell Robert Brown Robert Cahill Robert Chambers Robert Collette Robert Debry Robert Gilmore Robert Harteveldt Robert Kilian Robert Lovett Robert Moneymaker Robert Smith Robert Weltzer Robin Bergen Roger Feinthel Ronald Friedman Ronald Stanke Ronald Taticek Ronda Phillips Rory O Connor Rosaidys Aranda Rosalind White Rosalinda Loza Ross Stokes Ross Taff Rotary Club of Innsbrook Rotary Club of Woonsocket Royal Homes Royal Rodgers Ruane Ruby Tuesday Rudolph Giuliani Ruth F. Cook Ruth G. Sparks Ryan Hughes S Schutzbank S. FL Council Firefighters Charities Safeway Inc Sage Kotsenburg Saint Alphonsus Sally Cross Sally Ganem Salvatore Lamonica Sam S. Safir Sam s Club Samuel C Cantor Samuel Palmissano Samuel Safir San Antonio Broom Factory San Antonio Police Office Association Sancho Gas & Oil Company Sandra Bunch Sandra Smith Sandy Nugent Sanford Schenbart Sara Stulga Sarina Stogel Schiff Hardin Foundation Schilliger Foundation Inc Scott Baugh SE Revenue Earned Golf Outing Sea Wire & Cable, Inc. Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sempra Utilities Company Seneca Johnson Several Anonymous Shamrock Floor Covering Shannon Skelton ShareFest Community Development Shari Taylor Sharo Thaler Sharon Conley Sharon Foltz Sharon Myatt Sharon Thaler Shawna Wall Shirley Bealor Shirley Hackleman Shirley Sayre Memorial 5K Shirley Stephens Showmasters Siemens Caring Hands Foundation Snapping Shoals Electric Membership Corporation Soheil Fakhimi Southern California Gas Company Southern Humbolt Community Southwest Capital Bank St. Edward School St. John Neumann Church Youth Stacey s Voice Stan Partee Stanley Schutzbank State of FL - MVR Steiner Sports Memorabilia Stephen Burres Stephen Burroughs Stephen Gavel Stephen Lewis Stephen O Donnell Steve Krutzfeldt Steve Peterson Steve Salowe Steve Terry Steven Benvenisti Steven Burroughs Steven Carlson Steven Caudill Steven Majewski Steven Terry Steven/ Lenore Newman Family Stewart Colton Stewart s Foundation Stewart s Shops Corp. Stupp Bros., Inc. Sue Sunberg Suffolk County Police Benevolent Association (PBA) Summitt High School Suntrust Super Salvage Inc. Susan Ciano Susan Coffey Susan Cook Susan Krauth Susan McKneely Sven E Siemen Revocable Trust Tamara Shrader Tammy Blackledge Tampa General Hospital Tanya Dabir Vaziri Tara Valente Tau Kappa Epsilon Tawna Wolfe Terri Halle Tersteeg s Rabbitry Texas Health Resources Texas Holdem Fundraiser The 1830 Family Foundation The Blitz Family The Cades Foundation The Cash Linq Group The Community Foundation The Daniel Foundation of AL
17 Donors The Demas Law Group The Folger Coffee Company The Glickenhaus Foundation The Hartford The Kroger Company Foundation The Minneapolis Foundation The Oakland Raiders The Patrol Stroll The San Francisco Foundation The Shepherd s Hand The Sobel Family Foundation The Wanona Foundation The Waynes Walk Foundation The Wellmark Foundation The Womble Law Firm The Wright Pawn & Jewelry Company Theresa Ferayorni Think Magazine/East City Grill Thomas Dewar Thomas Wellington Thomas Werner Thompson & Knight LLP Threlkeld & Company Insurance Timothy D & Mary K Foundation Timothy Guion Toby Garcia Todd Ori Todd Sirks Tom C White Foundation Tomo Lee Toni Clark Tori Farmer Tori Lynn Andreozzi Foundation Torrent Laboratory Town & Country Police Charity Fund TowneBank Tracy Brugette Tracy Moore Tracy Stewart Traffic Injury Prevention Society Tranquil Shores Travis Carpenter Treasurer of Pima County Trees & Wreaths Trevor Coburn Triangle Trot Participants Trinity Health Truist TSR Law - Steven J Terry Tucson Medical Center Turan Foley Motors U.S Border Patrol Patricia W. Smith United Auburn Indian Community United Methodist Neighborhood United Quest Financial United Road Towing United Way of Central MD United Way of Greater Ft Hood United Way of Greater Triangle United Way of Rusk County University of California, San Diego University of Central Florida University of Florida Health Sciences Center (HSC) Ursula Alletag US Bank USAA USAA Foundation Utility Design Services, Inc. Valerie Bagwan Valpak Vardina Wind Venturas Carstar Collision Venture School Vic Feazell P.C Vicki Cascio Vicki Flores Vickie Rosskam Vicky Snowden Victoria Henry Victoria Nourafchan Vida Negrete Virginia De Lima Virginia Dorman Virginia Lippert W Lynch Foundation Waldbaum Family Foundation Walgreens Wallan Family Warren Lodge No. 51 Waste Management Waterway Gas and Wash Watson W Wise Foundation Wawona Foundation Weinstein Law Weist Foundation Wells Fargo Foundation Wendell Maldonado Wendy J Padden Memorial Foundation Wendy Sims West Boca Hearing Center Western Coating Co., Inc. White River Planning Whitney Young Children s Foundation Wiedenbach Brown Co Wiedenbach Brown, Inc. Will Lamb Will Womble Willbros United States Holding, Inc. William Bowers William Gleason William J. Mazzei Williamson Automotive Wilson Trophy Co of California Winter Park Police Department Wolf Creek Charitable Foundation World Vision WorldBank Community Connection Fund WS Young Plaza WW Lynch Foundation Yale New Haven Hospital Yelp Yeobani A. Aragon Yeobani Lara Yolanda Aguirre Yuji Funai Yvette Solis Yvonne Melvill Yvonne Meziere Zebersky Payne, LLP
18 Financial Highlights Year ended December 31, numbers are in (000 s) Assets Cash and cash equivalents $ 10,224 Investments, at market value 11,355 Receivables, net 1,726 Contributions receivable, net 1,335 Prepaid expenses and other 634 Literature and supplies 320 Property and equipment, net 21 Total assets 25,615 Liabilities and net assets Accounts payable 20 Accrued liabilities 2,641 Deferred revenue & rent 167 Total liabilities 2,828 Net assets 22,787 Net assets at end of year $ 25,615 Year ended December 31, 2012 Temporarily Permanently 2012 Unrestricted Restricted Restricted Total numbers are in (000 s) Revenues Individual contributions and net special events $ 12,056 $ 79 $ - $ 12,135 Corporations and foundations 3,486 1,654-5,140 Government grants 8, ,764 In-kind 3, ,508 Victim impact panel fees 6, ,086 Licenses, promotions and other 2, ,636 36,520 1,749-38,269 Net assets released from restrictions 989 (989) - - Total revenues 37, ,269 Expenses Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving 12, ,832 Victim Services 11, ,199 Underage Drinking Prevention 4, ,074 Management and general 3, ,201 Fundraising 5, ,445 Total expenses 36, ,751 Provision for Income Taxes (174) Change in net assets ,344 Net assets at beginning of year 20, ,443 Net assets at end of year $ 21,115 $ 1,662 $ 10 $ 22,787 Services provided Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving 35% Victim Services 30% Underage Drinking Prevention 11% Management and General 9% Fundraising 15% 100% Public support and revenue 2012 Individual contributions and net special events 32% Victim impact panel fees, licenses & other 23% Government grants, corporations, foundations & in-kind 45% 100%
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