2 2 Table of Contents Lighting the Way to Financial Well-Being... 3 Letter from The SunTrust President... 5 What We Do... 6 The SunTrust s Highlights... 7 The SunTrust Board... 8 Why The Need for the? Volunteer Highlights Disaster Relief Acknowledgements Charitable Partnerships... 18
3 3 SunTrust Banks, Inc. Lighting the Way to Financial Well-Being At SunTrust, we believe in building communities as we build our bank. We are committed to Lighting the Way to Financial Well-Being by serving business and client needs and supporting local organizations. Lending and Investing - SunTrust Financing Originated and purchased $24.6 billion in mortgages to help approximately 105,000 clients purchase, refinance or improve their home, of which 41% were to lower- or moderate-income borrowers or homes in low- or moderate-income communities. $1.6 billion in loans and investments supporting affordable housing, economic development and job growth, community services and the revitalization and stabilization of targeted areas in our communities. In 2013, SunTrust funded more than $205 million in Small Business Administration (SBA) 7(a) loans, positioning SunTrust as one of the top 15 SBA lenders nationwide. Provided 7,775 small business and commercial banking loans, totaling $13.2 billion. Data Calendar Year 2013
4 4 SunTrust Banks, Inc. Lighting the Way to Financial Well-Being Supporting Economic Growth - SunTrust provided: $1.6 billion in community development loans, leases and investments Nearly $2.2 billion in small business loans with a community development purpose Purchasing Goods & Services - SunTrust purchased: $2.1 billion in goods and services from businesses operating in the United States $78.5 million in goods and services from businesses owned by women $99 million from businesses owned by minorities Data Calendar Year 2013
5 5 SunTrust Banks, Inc. Lighting the Way to Financial Well-Being Lighting the Way to Financial Well-Being means helping our clients gain the confidence and control they are seeking over their finances. We believe we have a responsibility and an obligation to make an impact on the world. We also believe that delivering financial well-being starts at home. From the way we invest our time and energy, to our community partnerships, to our advertising and brand platform, we align everything we do around our Purpose. Most importantly, we provide our teammates with the tools and resources they need to feel financially in control, too. SunTrust offers our teammates Financial Well-Being training modules, with help on how to: Raise money smart kids Invest for their future Retire at any age Manage their money and credit Navigate SunTrust s medical plans Combat identity theft Plan for the unexpected We give our teammates an extra day off each year what we call a Day of Purpose to take care of their own financial well-being, as well as eight additional hours to volunteer in ways that advance financial well-being through our Shine On Volunteerism program. Finally, we embody and embrace the values and guiding principles outlined in SunTrust s Flag. In simplest terms, flags represent what people stand behind. To make sure we bring our Purpose to life, we encourage every teammate to support and rally behind it.
6 6 Letter from The SunTrust President Communities We Support Fostering economic vitality and improving the quality of life for our neighbors are long-standing traditions at SunTrust. Our purpose the very reason we exist is to Light the Way to Financial Well-Being. It drives the products, service and advice we provide to our clients, and it is evidenced in our commitment to serving the communities in which we live and work. Through the work of The SunTrust, we strive to help all generations achieve their fullest potential. We also promote job growth and financial education that leads to stability; help people get access to the care they need to live healthier lives; and advance the arts and culture in our communities. I invite you to learn more about who we are, the strong community partnerships we ve forged and the exceptional way our teammates work tirelessly to give back. Through a combination of grant funding, volunteerism, teammate contributions, financial education and community development lending, we re creating a sustainable foundation to truly make a difference. Sincerely, Brenda L. Skidmore President, The SunTrust District of Columbia West Virginia Virginia North Carolina Tennessee Arkansas South Carolina Mississippi Alabama Georgia Florida Maryland
7 7 What We Do The SunTrust serves as the cornerstone of SunTrust s philanthropic efforts and was created in 2008 to strengthen the long-term effectiveness of the non-profit organizations that serve our communities. Our areas of focus include education, health and human services, culture and art and civic and community. 46% Education 32% Health/Human Services We take the role we play in advancing the business climate and enhancing quality of life very seriously. In 2013, The SunTrust donated more than $12 million to various organizations, including educational institutions, local United Way chapters, Operation HOPE, Junior Achievement and the American Red Cross. In 2014, we are continuing our focus on SunTrust s Purpose of Lighting the Way to Financial Well-Being by proactively seeking innovative partnerships that promote financial education, enhance youth, foster community and build long-term relationships. 16% Civic/Community 6% Arts/Culture
8 8 The SunTrust s Highlights include: An average of $12 million in giving to 1,500 organizations annually Disaster relief grants in partnership with American Red Cross A signature donor to United Way Worldwide and a United Way Global Corporate Leaders Group designation A $9.2 million donation to United Way in 2013, which includes our corporate gift, teammate giving and retiree pledging A Teammate Matching Gifts program of approximately $1 million annually A Jim and Jane Wells Scholarship program, which awards 50 scholarships at $2,000 to children of eligible teammates A Financial Well-Being Opportunity Fund to accept nominations from teammates for the funding of financial well-being initiatives for 501(c)3 organizations. This includes, but is not limited to, the tracking of financial education efforts, community reinvestment initiatives and economic development
9 9 The SunTrust Board William H. Rogers, Jr. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Mark A. Chancy Wholesale Banking Executive Rilla S. Delorier Retail Channels Executive Brad Dinsmore teaches students the basics of credit, budgeting and important financial decisions at the JA s Discovery Center in Atlanta. Brad R. Dinsmore Consumer Banking & Private Wealth Management Executive Daniel W. Mahurin Financial Well-Being Executive Bill Rogers serves as the keynote speaker at the HOPE Global Financial Dignity Summit, collaborating with other organizations to advance financial well-being. Brenda L. Skidmore President, The SunTrust E. Jenner Wood, III Chairman, President & CEO, Atlanta Division Brenda Skidmore participates in a Flash Mob in Virginia to help raise money for the United Way during the company s annual giving campaign.
10 10 Why the Need for the? As many as one-third of working Americans do not earn enough money to meet their basic needs. 70 percent of people feel a moderate to high level of financial stress. More than 40 million Americans work in jobs that pay low wages and do not provide basic health and retirement benefits. Governmental budget cuts at the national, state and local levels have reduced the safety net services and supports that many low-income families depend on during difficult times. One in six Americans struggles with hunger.
11 Volunteer Highlights 180,000 volunteer hours in 2013 Giving back to the communities we serve is essential to the way SunTrust does business. We believe that when we build our communities, we build our bank, and teammates are encouraged to use their volunteer time to spend time advancing financial well-being and supporting local non-profit organizations. In 2013, our teammates logged 180,000 volunteer hours.
12 12 Leading Financial Education Atlanta, Georgia Junior Achievement (JA) of Georgia JA Finance Park at Junior Achievement s Chick-fil-A Discovery Center The SunTrust supported 23 chapters of Junior Achievement throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast and donated $566,000 in During the school year, more than 350 SunTrust teammates will volunteer at JA Finance Park to help students work through real-world personal and professional financial situations, including managing a household budget, using banking services and making purchase and investment decisions. To help the Discovery Center become a reality, the SunTrust made a $1 million grant to Junior Achievement s capital campaign, and SunTrust Bank provided $400,000 in sponsorship of Junior Achievement (JA) Finance Park. more than 1,500 volunteer hours
13 13 Serving Others Charleston, South Carolina Trident United Way Day of Caring United Way is SunTrust s signature charity, and our teammates are passionate about spending time at local schools to deliver financial education. During the Trident United Way s Annual Day of Caring, SunTrust s Charleston teammates delivered specially designed Junior Achievement financial literacy courses to twenty first and second grade classrooms at Hanahan Elementary School. As part of this effort, teammates logged more than 35 hours of volunteer work. In 2013: The SunTrust donated to the United Way $2.6 million Teammates donated $6.4 million Retirees donated $200,000 Total given 9.2 million
14 14 Making an Impact Charlotte, North Carolina Orlando, Florida Richmond, Virginia Rebuilding Together Rebuilding Together, an organization that brings volunteers, community leaders and corporate partners together to rehabilitate the homes of low-income homeowners and community centers that support them, is close to teammates hearts in Charlotte. SunTrust partnered with this organization to provide free home repairs to Veterans in the fall of 2013, and Charlotte teammates logged more than 200 volunteer hours to help. Collectively, SunTrust teammates logged more than 400 hours to revitalize homes. March of Dimes March for Babies Walk More than 50 SunTrust teammates participated in the March for Babies Walk in Orlando in April 2013 and logged more than 100 volunteer hours in their quest to help premature babies. As so many of our teammates have families of their own, they know how important healthy, full-term pregnancies are, and they strive to play a part in March of Dimes efforts to help babies born too soon or sick. American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk More than 180 teammates, as well as their family and friends, participated in Richmond s Making Strides Walk in October 2013 in support of breast cancer research. Teammates spent time fundraising, organizing, and walking and logged more than 500 volunteer hours. SunTrust also committed to be an Anchor Sponsor of the Central Virginia Making Strides Walk, making it SunTrust s 10th year as American Cancer Society s primary partner in this region. more than 200 volunteer hours more than 100 volunteer hours more than 500 volunteer hours
15 15 Changing Lives Atlanta, Georgia Habitat for Humanity In the spring of 2013, SunTrust teammates and executives hosted seven Habitat for Humanity Build Days to learn new skills, meet new people, and most importantly, help a deserving family achieve the dream of homeownership. The SunTrust supported 28 chapters of Habitat for Humanity throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast and donated $170,000 in more than 980 volunteer hours
16 16 Disaster Relief The rising incidence and severity of natural disasters in recent years requires every business to stand ready to support communities in distress. The SunTrust selected the American Red Cross as our signature partner in 2010 to provide immediate need, as people count on the Red Cross to help them in their darkest hour. In two of the most recent disasters, the American Red Cross was able to provide critical assistance to people affected by the Sebu Earthquake and Typhoon Haiyan. By working with Red Cross partners and leaders from the Phillippine Red Cross, shelter, relief supplies and financial assistance were given to aid those who were impacted. Additionally, with help from the Restoring Family Links program, families were reconnected with their loved ones after being separated by the storms. $586,000 donated since 2010
17 17 Acknowledgements St. Matthew s House Your gift is already being used to accomplish our mission to serve meals to the hungry, groceries to the working poor, and structured recovery programs to those struggling with addictions and a comfortable bed for the homeless. Your support plays a key role in our success. Over the past year, we served over 237,000 hot meals to the hungry and the homeless, distributed over 8,000 bags of groceries, and on average 177 homeless men, women and children took refuge at St. Matthew s House every night. Vann Ellison, CEO Naples, FL Junior Achievement Your lead sponsorship of JA Finance Park has served as a major catalyst for our capital campaign, and we are incredibly grateful for this level of support. The gift of $1 million from The SunTrust for the JA Discovery Center puts us well on our way to achieving our goal of opening in the fall of 2013, serving 30,000 students annually. Jack Harris, President Atlanta, GA Rebuilding Together Thank you so much for all your support and hard work supporting Rebuilding Together Charlotte. Your dedication shines through in all aspects from volunteer recruitment, onsite leadership, and commitment to complete the project, and serves as a great model to other volunteers. Amy Gough, Executive Director Charlotte, NC
18 18 City Year City Year and SunTrust are committed to supporting young people s development through education and leadership. With this donation, we now have the potential to serve these students from third grade through ninth, providing a continuum of care and a consistent environment to further success. Jordan Plante, Vice President and Executive Director Orlando, FL City Year At SunTrust, we ve long said build your community and you build your bank, and we understand that education is the key to personal success as well as the foundation of successful communities. City Year in Orlando helps at-risk students stay in school so that they can go on to achieve their dreams and contribute to the well-being of their families and their community. David Fuller, Chairman, President and CEO SunTrust Bank, Central Florida Living Classrooms The need to inspire children to explore and achieve their potential is critically important, particularly for those growing up in the most challenging of circumstances. I m especially pleased that through organizations like Living Classrooms, we are able to capitalize on a very distinct local asset the harbor to provide the education and job-training that will help our young people succeed. Scott Wilfong, Chairman, President and CEO SunTrust Bank, Greater Wash./Maryland Boy Scouts of America Establishing the relationships between personal character and a sense of pride in country while encouraging teamwork and having fun are critical in developing the next generation of leaders. Working with Boy Scouts of America helps us foster that strong tie between the community and the children who are a part of it. Rob McNeilly, Chairman, President and CEO SunTrust Bank, Nashville
19 19 On SunTrust s Day of Purpose Having a free day to focus on my finances allowed my husband and I to meet with a financial planner to assess our retirement plan, which we hadn t reevaluated in a few years. SunTrust s Day of Purpose proves how committed our company is to my financial well-being, in addition to that of our clients. Jennifer Hulak, Corporate Communications Atlanta On the Importance of Volunteerism Working for a purpose-driven company that encourages me to use my time and talent to advance financial well-being is something very important to me. There is meaning to my work, and I wake up every day excited to help our clients and communities. PJ Ostberg, Community Development Manager Tampa, FL Walking with other SunTrust teammates in support of breast cancer research truly was an inspirational moment. Having known many women who ve fought the battle, it felt great to be amongst co-workers who were just as passionate as I was about making a difference. Leslie Tewell, Private Wealth Management Norfolk, VA Jim and Jane Wells Scholarship Winners What this award means to me is so hard to express in words. The stress and concern for next year has been significantly lightened. I am not the only one thankful for this award my parents are truly grateful for it, too. My ultimate goal is to reach medical school, and this scholarship will help me get there. Student North Carolina I want to thank you for your generosity and support. I promise that I will work hard in college and earn the money the SunTrust has given me. After finishing my education whether it is undergraduate or graduate school I will work hard to give back to the community with my experience as an engineer. Student Maryland
20 20 Charitable Partnerships Boy Scouts of America Great Smoky Mountain Council Cannon Memorial YMCA Boys & Girls Club of Central Florida Canterbury School Boys & Girls Club of Central Virginia Cape Fear Area United Way Boys & Girls Club of Marion County Capital Area Asset Building Corporation Boys & Girls Club of Northern Shenandoah Valley Capital Area Food Bank Boys & Girls Club of the Blue Ridge Caring Hearts Free Clinic of Patrick County Champion for Children of Highlands County Champlain College Chapel Hill - Carrboro Children s Museum aka Kidzu Children s Museum Charleston Chamber Charlotte County Family YMCA 100 Black Men of America American Heart Association - Greater Southeast Baltimore Area Council, Boy Scouts of America Boys & Girls Club of Volusia County Caring House 100 Black Men of Chattanooga American Jewish Committee Baltimore Educational Scholarship Trust Boys & Girls Clubs of Annapolis & Anne Arundel County Carnegie Institution of Washington Abe s Garden American Lebanese Syrian Associated Charities Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland Carolina Cancer Services ACCESS College American National Red Cross Baptist Health South Florida Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Memphis Carolina Center for Civic Education ACT for Alexandria American Red Cross Barbara Bush for Family Literacy Boys & Girls Clubs of Lake & Sumter Counties Carolina Theatre of Durham Action in Montgomery American Red Cross - Mid-Florida Region Barry University Boys & Girls Clubs of Lakeland Carpenter s Adventist Health System - Sunbelt American Red Cross - Philippines Battersea Boys & Girls Clubs of Tampa Bay CASA of Baltimore County Affordable Housing by Lake American Society of Interior Designers Educational Bay Education Boys & Girls Clubs of the Altamaha Area CASA of Northeast Tennessee Chattanooga - Hamilton County Public Education Beacon College Boys & Girls Clubs of the Tennessee Valley Catawba County United Way Chattanooga Area Food Bank Beck Cultural Exchange Center Boys and Girls Clubs of Miami-Dade Catawba Valley Behavioral Healthcare Chattanooga History Center Belen Jesuit Preparatory School Boys Club of Wake County Catawba Valley Community College Chattanooga Regional Homeless Coalition Believe in Tomorrow National Children s Bradley Cleveland Public Education Catholic Charities Chattanooga Room in the Inn Belmont University Bread for the City Catholic Charities DC Chattanooga State Technical College Berkeley Preparatory School Breast Cancer Support Services Catholic Charities Diocese of St. Petersburg Cheekwood Botanical Garden & Museum of Art Berry College Brentwood Academy Catholic Charities Diocese of Venice Cherokee Area Council, Boy Scouts of America Bessie Smith Cultural Center & African American Museum Brevard County Library System Catholic Charities Legal Services, Archdiocese of Miami Chesapeake Service Systems Beth Tfiloh Congregation Brevard Health Alliance Catholic Charities of Central Florida CHI Centers Bethune Cookman University Brevard Neighborhood Development Coalition Catholic Charities of Northwest Florida Child and Parent Support Services Better Community Brevard Schools Catholic University of America Child Enrichment Better Housing Coalition Brickyard Golf Catholics for Housing Child Health Investment Partnership Big Bend Hospice Bridges of Williamson County CATO Institute Children First Big Brothers & Sisters of Central Virginia Bridges USA Cedartown United Fund Children s Diagnostic & Treatment Center Bridgewater Home Center for Association Leadership Children s Flight of Hope Brigade Boys & Girls Club of Wilmington Center for Community Self Help Children s Harbor Broward Organized Leaders Doing Justice Center for Documentary Studies Children s Healthcare of Atlanta Broward Partnership for Homeless Center for Non-Profit Management Children s Home Broward Performing Arts Center for Southern Folklore Children s Home Society of Florida Broward Public Library Center for Urban Families Children s Museum of Memphis Brunswick Community College Center Stage Associates Christian Brothers University Building Goodness CenterStage Christian Care Center Burke County Committee of 100 Central Florida Urban League Christian Services Charities Cabarrus County Education Central Florida YMCA Christmas for Kids CADCO Central Florida Young Men s Christian Association Church of St. Matthew Cal Ripken, Sr. Central Piedmont Community College Church Schools in the Diocese of Virginia Caldwell Arts Council Central Scholarship Bureau Circus Sarasota Calvary Community Church Central Valley Habitat for Humanity Citrus Center Boys Club Camaraderie Central Virginia Community College Educational City Year Central Virginia for Economic Education & Improvement Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida Affordable Housing Coalition of South Carolina Affordable Housing Conference of Montgomery County After School Dance Fund Agape Child & Family Services Alamance Community College Fund Alamance County Economic Development Alamance Regional Medical Center Albany Chamber Albany Tech Alfred Street Baptist Church Alianza de Mujeres Activas Alive Hospice All Ages Read Together All Saints All Day Child Care Center dba Wonders Child Care Center American Speech-Language-Hearing Amherst County Habitat for Humanity AMIkids Anchor Scholarship Anderson InterFaith Ministries Apple Ridge Farm ARC of Northern Virginia ARC of the Piedmont Arcadia All-Florida Championship Rodeo Archdiocese of Baltimore Chancery Archdiocese of Miami Areawide Council on Aging of Broward County Arthaus Arthritis Alleluia Christian Service Center Arts & Science Council Big Brothers Big Sisters of Harrisonburg-Rockingham County Alliance for Independence Arts for the Aging - Maryland Big Brothers Big Sisters of Roanke Valley Allied Arts of Greater Chattanooga Arts Partnership of Greater Spartanburg Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Coastal Empire Alpha Kappa Alpha Educational Advancement Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce Community Betterment Black Business Capital Financing Corp. ALS Recovery Asheville Buncombe Regional Sports Commission Altamaha Technical College Ashland Supportive Housing of Virginia Alzheimer s Association Asian Pacific American Bar Association Educational Fund Alzheimer s Disease & Related Disorders Association American Association for the Study of Liver Disease American Cancer Society - Lynchburg American Cancer Society, Florida Division American Cancer Society, Lee County American Children s Orchestras for Peace American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar American Dance Festival American Diabetes Association American Heart Association Association of Baltimore Area Grantmakers Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities Augusta Heritage Academy Augusta Regional Free Clinic Augusta Technical College Augusta Training Shop for the Handicapped Autism Speaks B & O Railroad Museum Back on My Feet Black History Committee of Orange County Black History Museum & Cultural Center Blount County Children s Advocacy Center Blue Ridge Area Food Bank Blue Ridge Community College Education Boaz & Ruth, Inc. Bob Woodruff Family Boca Raton Christian School Boggy Creek Gang Boulder Crest Retreat Boy Scouts of America Boy Scouts of America - Gulf Ridge Council Boy Scouts of America - Middle TN Council Boy Scouts of America Georgia-Carolina Council Campagna Center Campbell University Cancer Coalition of South Georgia Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle Charlotte County Habitat for Humanity Charlotte Regional Partnership Charlottesville Area Community Charlottesville Catholic School Chatham County Education Chatham County Habitat for Humanity Clemson Iptay Club Coastal Georgia Area Community Action Authority
21 21 Charitable Partnerships Episcopal Day Private School of Manatee County Franklin Housing Services Corporation Epworth Village Franklin Road Academy Escambia County Public Schools for Excellence Fred Lang Evans Center Executive Women International Business Career Development Program Explorations V Children s Museum Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden Fairfax Area Christian FACET Cares Family Advancement Ministries Family Central Downtown Greensboro Family Counseling Center of Brevard Downtown Housing Improvement Corp. Family Resources Family Services Cooperative Feeding Program Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Commission Coral Gables Museum Corporation Dreams Come True of Jacksonville Father Ryan High School Corporation to Develop Communities of Tampa Dress for Success Hampton Roads Feeding America Southwest Virginia Cottage Cove Urban Ministries Dress for Success Palm Beaches Fellowship of Christian Athletes Council on Aging of Greater Nashville Dress for Success Triangle NC Fifty Forward Covenant House Duke School First Home Alliance Covenant House Georgia Duke University First Step of Sarasota Covenant School Dundalk Youth Services Center Flagler County Education Cramer Children s Center Dunlap - Garrick Christian Community Fleet Reserve Association Education Creative Discovery Museum Durham Academy Fletcher Arts & Heritage Association Cristo Rey Jesuit High School Durham Arts Council, Inc. Flite Crosby Scholars Community Partnership Durham Chamber Legacy Florence Villa Community Development Corporation Crossover Ministry Durham Community Land Trustees Florida Atlantic University Crossroads Counseling Services Durham Economic Resource Center Florida Community Loan Fund Culpeper Memorial Hospital Durham Rescue Mission Florida Council on Economic Education Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen Durham Technical Community College Florida Future Farmers of America Cultural Arts Council of Wilkes Dyslexia Tutoring Program Florida High School Athletic Association Cultureworks East Chattanooga Improvement Florida Home Partnership Cumberland University East Lake Florida Housing Coalition Cystic Fibrosis East Tennessee Economic Development Agency Florida International University Community Health Mission d ART Center Easter Seals Florida Lions Conklin Center for the Blind Community Housing Services Agency Darton College Easter Seals Alabama Florida Medical Clinic of Caring Community Link Programs of Traveler Aid Society of Central Carolinas David Lawrence for Mental Health Easter Seals Society of Volusia & Flagler Counties Florida Prosperity Partnership Davidson Housing Coalition Eastern Virginia Medical School Florida Proton Therapy Institute Davie County United Way Eblen Florida Southern College Davis Memorial Goodwill Industries Eckerd Youth Alternatives Florida State University Daytona State College Economic Development of Sarasota County Florida Taxwatch Research Institute Coastal Georgia Historical Society College Bound College of Central Florida College of Charleston College of Coastal Georgia College Ready Memphis Columbus Museum Columbus Philharmonic Guild Columbus State University Columbus Technical Institute Inc. Comfort Zone Camp Community Based Care of Central Florida Community for the NCR Community of Broward Community of Central Georgia Community of Collier County Community of East Central Florida Community of Greater Chattanooga Community of Greater Lakeland Community of Sarasota County Community of the New River Valley Community of the Rappahannock River Region Community Partnership for the Homeless Community Television of S Florida Television Station WPBT CommunityWorks in West Virginia Concerted Services Conference on Asian Pacific American Leadership Congregational Community Action Project Contemporary Art Convent of the Sacred Heart of Miami Carrollton School Daytona State College DC Bar Association Pro Bono Program Deleplane Arts Center Conservation Fund Deliver the Dream Consortium of Catholic Academies of the Archdiocese of Washington, DC DeSoto County Fair Association Diabetes Research Institute Constellation Theatre Company Dolphin Cycling Challenge Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Greater Atlanta Domestic Abuse Council of Volusia County Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Middle Georgia Don Bosco Cristo Rey High School of the Archdiocese of Washington, DC Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Southwest Georgia Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Western NC Dorchester County Communities in School Edna Lewis Education of Alachua County Education of Collier County Education Fund Elizabeth s Early Learning Center Emerge Emory University Eno River Association Enterprise Community Partners Episcopal Childrens Services Family YMCA of Augusta Georgia Florida Thoroughbred Charities Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolinas Food Brings Hope Fore Augusta for Building Community for Orange County Public Schools Frederica Academy Free Clinic of Central VA Free Clinic of the New River Valley Friends of Hollywood Cemetary Friends of the Florence Lauderdale Public Library Friends of the National Zoo Friends of the Riverwalk Friends of the Warner Parks Friends of the Zoo Friends of Winter Haven Public Library Friends of WLRN Fund for Education Abroad Future Business Leaders of America Futures for Volusia County Schools Gaillard Performance Hall Gateway Homes Gay & Lesbian Community Center of Baltimore Ltd Genesis Homes Georgia 4-H Club Cooperative Extension Service Georgia Center for Nonprofits Georgia College & State University Georgia Council on Economic Education Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia Girls Inc. of Chattanooga Girls Incorporated of Lakeland Girls Incorporated of Sarasota County Girls Incorporated of Winter Haven Girls on the Run Nashville GivingPoint Glasser-Schoenbaum Human Services Center Gloucester-Mathews Free Clinic Glynn Community Crisis Center Golden Harvest Food Bank Good Shepherd Hospice Goodwill Industries - Big Bend Goodwill Industries - Suncoast Goodwill Industries of Central Florida Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida Goodwill Industries of the Valleys Grand Central District Association Granville County United Way Great Smoky Mountain Institute Greater Baltimore Committee for Seminole State College of Florida Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce Education Fourteen Black Men of Glynn Greater Charleston Empowerment Corporation Frameworks of Tampa Bay Greater Greenville Parks Franklin Area United Way Greater Lynchburg Community Trust Greater Peninsula Workforce Development Corporation Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Greater Williamsburg Community Trust Greensboro Chamber Greensboro Housing Coalition Greenville Little Theatre Greenville Symphony Association Guilford County Home Ownership Center Guilford Education Alliance Gulf Coast Community Gulf Coast Jewish Family & Community Services Gulfstream Goodwill Industries Habitat for Humanity Habitat for Humanity - Dorchester Habitat for Humanity - Greater Memphis Habitat for Humanity - Greater Orlando Area Habitat for Humanity - Greater Orlando Area Habitat for Humanity - Southwest Volusia Habitat for Humanity - St. Lucie Habitat for Humanity for Greater Miami Habitat for Humanity in Atlanta Habitat for Humanity of Broward Habitat for Humanity of Glynn County Habitat for Humanity of Greater Greensboro Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville Habitat for Humanity of Indian River County Habitat for Humanity of Lake - Sumter Habitat for Humanity of Martin County Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach County Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake Habitat for Humanity of Wake County Habitat for Humanity of West Virginia Halifax Regional Hospital Halifax Rowing Association Halifax United Way Hamblen County for Educational Excellence Hampton Roads Academy Hampton Roads Chamber Hampton Roads Workforce Development Board Hampton University Harbel Community Organization Harbor House of Central Florida Harding Academy Harrisonburg Children s Museum Harrisonburg Rockingham Free Clinic HCSO Charities Health Care for the Homeless Health Support Network