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1 2012 Annual Report

2 Mission Statement The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. Principles of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Network Humanity Impartiality Neutrality Independence Voluntary service Unity Universality 2013 The American National Red Cross

3 A Message from the CEO and the Chairman Our communities need a strong Red Cross. They rely on us to be there any time, any place. When people are faced with disaster, the Red Cross is among the first on the scene. Volunteers arrive equipped with training, supplies, compassion and commitment to help those in need get on the road to recovery. That responsibility places extraordinary demands on personnel, equipment and financial resources. And for the Red Cross, those demands are met through prudent organizational stewardship and generous donations of time and treasure from the public. Volunteers and financial donors make it possible for the Red Cross to meet the challenge of 24/7/365 response readiness. In the last fiscal year, the Eastern Oklahoma Red Cross which covers 31 counties in the eastern half of Oklahoma saw a 32% year-to-year increase in the number of disaster responses and an 11% increase in the number of disaster cases. The Red Cross answered the call more than 1,000 times and provided more than $420,000 in financial help to those impacted by disaster. There were floods and wildfires. There were 733 home fires. And Red Cross volunteers gave 23,000 hours in service. In the face of the extraordinary financial support and volunteer commitment given to the Red Cross, thank you seems inadequate. But those words, and the sentiment behind them, are heartfelt. During a time when families, businesses and organizations are making difficult economic decisions, it is gratifying and humbling that so many have continued to find a way to support the Red Cross. Because of that commitment, the Eastern Oklahoma Red Cross can continue to help our citizens become disaster-ready. We can continue to work with our partners to build resilience into our communities, to shore up those areas where our communities are vulnerable. And when disaster strikes, the Red Cross can continue to be there any time and any place. Sincerely, Regina Moon and Travis N. Campbell Regina Moon Chief Executive Officer Travis Campbell Board Chair

4 You Make It Possible The Eastern Oklahoma Region Red Cross provides vital services 365 days a year from responding to home fires in local neighborhoods to teaching first aid and CPR to community groups. We re able to provide these services thanks to a corps of 1,100 dedicated volunteers and the generosity of our donors. The American Red Cross puts these donations to good use we are proud to tell donors that we invest an average of 91 cents of every dollar in humanitarian services and programs, well above the industry standard. How do we do it? By practicing what we preach: preparedness. We train our volunteers. We plan ahead for the types of disasters that strike in our community. And we train individuals, businesses and community groups so that they too can be prepared. The Eastern Oklahoma Red Cross is responsible for the safety and preparedness of 31 counties and serves 1.5 million people spread across 26,000 square miles. In this report, which covers fiscal year 2012 (July 1, 2011 June 30, 2012), you ll learn about how we help our neighbors down the street, across the country and around the world. John and Berenice Johnson, Eastern Oklahoma Region Red Cross volunteers 2

5 Down the Street From Home Fires to Tornadoes We re ready to respond to disaster 7 days a week, 365 days a year in Eastern Oklahoma, providing shelter, food, clothing and emotional support at no cost to those in need. Home fires are the most common disaster to which the Red Cross responds. On average, the Eastern Oklahoma Red Cross responds to nearly 3 home fires every day. Although these fires don t typically make the news as tornadoes or other large-scale events do, they are devastating for those who have suddenly lost their homes, possessions and sense of security. In fiscal year 2012, the Eastern Oklahoma Red Cross assisted more than 2,900 community members/families affected by fires and other local disasters. One of those disasters was a fire at the Denver Park Apartments on a cold February day. The Red Cross made sure residents were cared for. A Red Cross Ready When the Time Comes team was activated to open a shelter at a local church. Volunteers scouted the burned apartment units to assess damage and met with residents to gather information and offer assistance. In all, nearly 30 residents were provided financial assistance that day to help them get back on their feet and on the road to recovery. The Eastern Oklahoma Red Cross also teaches families, organizations and corporations how to be prepared for emergencies through free educational presentations, last year reaching 123,274 people through free programs. Preparing for the Unexpected Every year, the Eastern Oklahoma Red Cross teaches people the lifesaving skills they need to protect themselves and their families, including first aid, CPR and water safety. We offer these trainings in multiple ways: online training, traditional classroom settings and full-service courses where we bring the training to your workplace or organization. Last year, more than 9,000 individuals in the Eastern Oklahoma Region learned critical skills through Red Cross courses: 9,025 people learned first aid/cpr/aed 1,204 people participated in water safety/aquatics 412 earned lifeguard certification Swimming: A Lifesaving Skill For more than a decade, the Red Cross has been helping kids who might not otherwise have the opportunity to get the instruction they need to stay safe around the water. Each summer, the Eastern Oklahoma Red Cross provides swim lessons, free of charge, to 200 children. The program is made possible by generous financial donors. The children in the program live in zip codes that have high concentrations of students who participate in free and reduced-cost lunch programs. Through the scholarship swim program, these children acquire vital skills that will last a lifetime. 3

6 Serving the Military, Their Families and Veterans The Eastern Oklahoma Red Cross gives support to active-duty military members, National Guard and Reserve members, veterans and their families by providing pre-deployment briefings, called Get to Know Us Before You Need Us, and by connecting families with needed resources when their loved ones are deployed. Deployed service members also count on us to deliver emergency messages, such as notification of an illness or death in the family. Military families rely on these verified communications, which help commanders decide when to grant leave. During FY12, the Eastern Oklahoma Red Cross: Reached 1,893 people through Get to Know Us Before You Need Us programs. Reached 8,049 people through SAF programs and emergency communications. Holiday Mail for Heroes The Eastern Oklahoma Red Cross helps to make sure that Oklahomans in the U.S. Armed Forces and Oklahoma veterans are remembered during the holidays. Eastern Oklahoma Region volunteers staff tables at area malls and invite mall visitors to stop by to sign a holiday card. Blood - Making Sure It s Available The Eastern Oklahoma Region Red Cross supported the efforts of the American Red Cross Southwest Blood Services Region. The Southwest Blood Services Region processes, tests and safeguards lifesaving blood that is collected from generous donors in communities across Oklahoma and Texas. The Southwest Blood Services Region holds nearly 2,000 blood drives annually, reaching out to donors in churches, businesses and schools throughout the region. The Blue Star Mothers organization includes a card in each of the holiday boxes it ships to deployed military members. Red Cross staff and volunteers also deliver cards to area veterans hospitals and care centers. Last year, nearly 1,200 people in the Eastern Oklahoma Region shared their warm wishes through the Holiday Mail for Heroes project.

7 Local Efforts, Global Reach As part of a worldwide humanitarian network, the Eastern Oklahoma Region Red Cross works to deliver international humanitarian aid in the wake of disasters; prevent disease and teach preparedness; reconnect families separated by armed conflict; and educate the public about International Humanitarian Law. Here in Eastern Oklahoma, we helped two individuals through the Safe and Well program who were seeking information about loved ones after Typhoon Washi struck the Philippines. Responding to Community Needs Many home fires occur in areas where residents have limited access to community education resources. The Eastern Oklahoma Red Cross periodically reviews response data to determine if any areas have experienced unusually high numbers of fires. Any areas that are identified as especially hard hit can be targeted by the Red Cross for education efforts. Those efforts include neighborhood walk-throughs organized by the Eastern Oklahoma Red Cross. During these events, Red Cross volunteers spread out across the affected area, going door-to-door delivering safety education materials to families who might not otherwise have access to the potentially lifesaving information. Door-to-Door Education Above, a volunteer leaves Red Cross preparedness information at a residence during a neighborhood walk-through held on the Tulsa Area United Way Day of Caring. In FY 2012, the Red Cross hosted volunteers from area businesses for the Tulsa Area United Way Day of Caring. The community volunteers joined Red Cross staff in conducting a neighborhood walk-through and provided hundreds of families with emergency preparedness and safety materials.

8 Across the Country Through a network of more than 500 chapters, 36 blood services regions and a presence on military installations across the country, the American Red Cross helps people when they need it most: when disaster strikes; when a hospital patient is in need of lifesaving blood; when a military family needs emergency assistance; and when people want to learn the skills needed to protect themselves and their family at a Glance Across the country, the American Red Cross: Responded to 61,058 disasters. Provided 424,504 services to military families. Collected 6 million units of blood. Taught 4,319,321 people lifesaving skills. A Steady Presence in the Storm Every year the Red Cross helps tens of thousands of people affected by disasters in the U.S. In addition to helping the survivors of thousands of home fires each year, the Red Cross is there for people affected by floods, tornadoes, hurricanes, wildfires and other events. One of those opportunities is the Cesar E. Chavez Blood Campaign, which engages U.S. Latino college students as campus organizers. The arrival of Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee in late summer 2011 called for an enormous Red Cross response that would eventually cover more than a dozen states along the East Coast and into New England. The Red Cross mobilized nearly every emergency response vehicle east of the Rocky Mountains, moved tens of thousands of prepackaged meals into affected areas and deployed disaster workers. Multiple states were ravaged by wildfires in fiscal year 2011, including Texas, Colorado, New Mexico, Montana and Utah. In each case the Red Cross provided shelter, meals and emotional support to residents as they waited for word on the fate of their homes. This in-kind donation will provide delicious snacks to generous blood donors. Working with partners is critical in large disaster relief operations such as these. During last year s tropical storms and wildfires, the Red Cross worked with volunteers from partner organizations such as AmeriCorps NCCC, the Southern Baptist Convention, Medical Reserve Corps and the Salvation Army to support sheltering and feeding efforts for thousands of affected residents. The Red Cross has made a concerted effort to strengthen its partnerships and improve its capacity to respond to disasters. One of the strongest ongoing partnerships at the Red Cross is with W.W. Grainger Inc., which helped develop the Ready When the Time Comes program. Now in its tenth year, the program has trained more than 13,000 employees from 460 businesses and organizations in 52 cities to be Red Cross disaster volunteers. Over the past two years, the number of trained volunteers has doubled and the program has been established in all critical disaster zones across the country. In the wake of Hurricane Irene, Red Cross volunteers unload cleanup supplies for distribution to the residents of Rodanthe. N.C. 6

9 Caring for Military Families and Veterans For more than 130 years, the Red Cross has provided critical services to service members, veterans and their families. As times have changed, the Red Cross has adapted to meet evolving needs providing training and workshops, handling emergency communications, and working at military installations and hospitals around the world. As service members return from deployment, many realize that coming home doesn t always go as smoothly as expected. To help ease this transition, the Red Cross offers Reconnection Workshops, presented by Walmart. This series of workshops, facilitated by licensed and specially trained Red Cross mental health volunteers, focuses on topics such as communicating clearly; exploring stress and trauma; identifying depression; relating to children; and working through anger. The Red Cross also provides services for patients in military and VA hospitals. With help from a grant from the U.S. Department of Defense, the Red Cross distributed more than 240,000 comfort items last year including calling cards, small games and snacks at hospitals and medical facilities for wounded service members, veterans and their families. The Red Cross supports the military and their families at home and around the world. Through a new partnership with the Wounded Warrior Project beginning in January 2012, the Red Cross distributed more than 1,200 transitional care packs to injured or ill service members in military hospitals in Afghanistan, Djibouti, Germany and Kuwait. In 2011, the Red Cross celebrated the fifth year of Holiday Mail for Heroes. Members of the public sent in 1.4 million cards for distribution to service members, their families and veterans around the world, bringing holiday cheer to those far from home. Red Cross Training Saves Lives The Red Cross continues to build on its reputation as a top provider of first aid, CPR/ AED, water safety and other training by updating courses, providing instruction in new areas and using the latest technology to help the public be prepared for emergencies. The Red Cross is leading the way in using the emerging power of digital technology to get information to people at the right place and time, launching its free First Aid app for iphone and Android devices in June The First Aid app gives people instant access to information on handling everyday emergencies, and was met with rave reviews. This app was the first in a series of apps to be released by the Red Cross. Training lifeguards and lifeguard managers is a key part of the Red Cross aquatics program. Last year, the Red Cross trained more than 250,000 lifeguards and lifeguard managers, protecting swimmers and bathers at pools, waterparks and waterfronts across the nation and on military installations overseas. The Red Cross first established water safety training nearly 100 years ago, and continually updates instruction based on new science, research and best practices. In January 2012, the Red Cross released an updated Lifeguard Program, which features modern graphics, video streaming and other digital options for the student guards. It also provides scenariobased training that emphasizes critical thinking and teamwork essential skills for every lifeguard. The new lifeguard certification is valid for two years. 7

10 Saving Lives Every Day Today the Red Cross provides approximately 40 percent of the nation s blood supply, and must collect around 17,000 donations each day to keep up with demand. Last year, 3.5 million people donated blood to the Red Cross, providing critical blood products to patients in need at nearly 3,000 hospitals. The Red Cross enjoys the support of young blood donors across the country, many of whom give blood at drives held at college and university campuses. Now, thanks to the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP), the Red Cross is able to reach an even greater number of young supporters. CAMP is an educational program that helps students from migrant and seasonal farm-working backgrounds succeed in college by helping them connect with scholarships, internships and service learning opportunities. One of those opportunities is the Cesar E. Chavez Blood Drive Challenge, which engages Latino college students in the U.S. as campus organizers. In 2011, CAMP held 91 blood drives with the American Red Cross, resulting in more than 5,900 donations. Another successful collaboration kicked off in August 2011, when Keebler and the Red Cross announced a partnership that will help spread the word about how good it is to give blood. Through the Be a Good Cookie; Get a Good Cookie. campaign, Keebler will donate 6 million cookies a year for a minimum of two years for Red Cross blood donor centers and blood drives. This in-kind donation will provide delicious snacks to generous blood donors. Young donors like this college student are vital to the blood donor community. 8

11 Around the World Global Reach, Global Impact Each year, disasters affect hundreds of millions of people worldwide, and conflict and health emergencies touch the lives of millions more. Last year the American Red Cross helped millions of people affected by flooding, tropical storms, droughts, earthquakes and other disasters in 27 countries. In addition, the American Red Cross also worked with Red Cross and Red Crescent partners around the world to build safer, more resilient communities that are better prepared for future disasters. When widespread drought in the Horn of Africa caused crop failure, water scarcity, low food supplies, death of livestock and the migration of people throughout the region, the American Red Cross contributed $4.2 million to the global Red Cross network s multicountry response, which provided water, food, health services and other relief supplies. Tropical storms and flooding also caused extensive damage around the world last year. The American Red Cross responded to humanitarian needs caused by floods in 14 countries, providing relief supplies, disaster specialists and financial support. The Red Cross also responded to Typhoon Washi in the Philippines by supporting the global Red Cross network s response, which assisted 25,000 people with food, clean drinking water and shelter supplies. Last year the American Red Cross helped communities in 33 countries in Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean better understand the disaster risks they face, develop action plans and identify cost-effective early warning systems to better predict and react to threats. The American Red Cross also brought measles vaccinations and health education messages to communities around the world. As a founding partner of the Measles Initiative, the American Red Cross has supported the vaccination of more than 1 billion children against measles over the last decade, including more than 146 million last year. Red Cross volunteers played a critical role in measles vaccination campaigns by going door-to-door, reaching even remote communities to encourage mothers to bring their children to be vaccinated. After Typhoon Washti damaged his home, Peter Lacarte received supplies from the Red Cross that helped him repair his house at a Glance 4.4 million people received disaster assistance from the American Red Cross in coordination with its global Red Cross network partners. Red Cross partners and communities in 33 countries were better prepared for future disasters. More than 146 million children were protected against measles. 4,709 families turned to the loved ones following wars and disasters. 9

12 American Red Cross - Eastern Oklahoma Region Board Travis N. Campbell, Chair Williams (Retired) Steve Baker Public Service Company of Oklahoma Steve Berlin CITGO (Retired) Jack Carney Arvest Bank Michael D. Clark ONEOK, Inc. Tami L. Cobb Bank of Oklahoma Bill Collins American Airlines Brett Crane Pray Walker, PC Judy Davis United States Beef Corporation Wade Edmundson Summit Bank John Esposito ESPO Fire & Water Restoration Cary Evert Hilti Tanda Francis Beacon Commercial Group, LTD James (Jerry G.) Goodwin Goodwin and Grant Shiela K. Haynes Community Volunteer Melinda Kirk Conner & Winters, LLP Don LaBass Community Volunteer Michael Lissau Hall Estill Carol McNern The Nichols Companies David T. Merrill Unit Corporation Ed Paitsel Community Volunteer John Points Seminole Energy Services Brian Schlegel NORDAM Scott Webb MPW Engineering Robert E. Thomas, Chairman Emeritus MAPCO (Retired) Volunteer your time and skills. Get trained In lifesaving skills. How to Get Involved Eastern Oklahoma Region Headquarters E. 11th St. Tulsa, OK Rogers, Mayes and Wagoner Counties 400 West Will Rogers Blvd. Claremore, OK Creek County 19 N. Main Sapulpa, OK Delaware, Craig and Ottawa Counties 205 N. Main Miami, OK Muskogee, Cherokee and Adair Counties 566 N. 6th St. Muskogee, OK Okmulgee and Okfuskee Counties 211 E. 7th St. Okmulgee, OK Ponca City 205 W. Hartford, Ste. 110 Ponca City, OK Southeast Oklahoma Community Chapter 502 E Chickasaw, Ste. B McAlester, OK Washington County Community Chapter 601 S. Jennings St. Bartlesville, OK To get started, visit us at OKRedCross.org. Facebook.com/OklahomaRedCross Twitter.com/OKRedCross 10

13 Sources of Financial Support In Our Community The American Red Cross Eastern Oklahoma Region is able to provide vital services to the eastern Oklahoma area from responding to home fires to teaching first aid and CPR thanks to your generous contributions. The Eastern Oklahoma Region received $4,610,171 in total contributions for fiscal year 2012 (July 1, June 30, 2012). This included: $2,511,256 in corporate, foundation and individual giving All charitable cash contributions given during the year to the Red Cross, including gifts from all types of entities, for various purposes supporting the mission of the Red Cross. $1,304,991 in United Way and other federated Funds raised for the Red Cross through United Way, Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) and other agency campaigns. $171,236 in legacies and bequests All cash and other assets received by the Red Cross as a result of a donor s will, trust or annuity. $622,688 in services and materials The valuation of non-cash donations of materials, property, equipment, office space and utilities for fixed sites, and personal services given to support the mission of the Red Cross. Contributions to the American Red Cross Eastern Oklahoma Region Fiscal Year 2012 Corporate, foundation and individual giving $2,511,256 United Way and other federated $1,304,991 Legacies and bequests $171,236 Services and materials $622,688 Total $4,610,171 Helping When It s Needed Most An Eastern Oklahoma Red Cross volunteer works with a resident following an apartment fire. The Red Cross provides assistance for immediate needs of food, clothing, shelter and vital medications after a disaster. Across the Country The American Red Cross works in communities across the country to prepare for and respond to disaster; teach lifesaving skills; serve military members, veterans and their families; and provide nearly half the nation s blood supply. As part of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent network, the American Red Cross also works to prevent and relieve suffering in countries around the world. Total contributions to the American Nationwide Contributions to the American Red Cross Fiscal Year 2012 Corporate, foundation and individual giving $437,768,000 United Way and other federated $100,227,000 Legacies and bequests $94,629,000 Services and materials $37,424,000 Total $670,048,000 A full statement of operating funds and functional expenses for the American Red Cross is available on redcross.org/publications. 11

14 Our Generous Donors ($1,000 or more in FY 2012) Tulsa Area United Way A.R. and Marylouise Tandy Foundation Adair County United Way Advanced Industrial Devices Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Agee Mr. and Mrs. Phil E. Albert All American Outdoor Advertising Company Allen Family Foundation American Airlines, Inc. Ameristate Bank Mr. Stephen L. Andrew Andrew, Williams and Ikenberry Mr. and Mrs. Alan Armstrong Arvest Bank Arvest Bank, Bartlesville AXH air-coolers Mr. and Mrs. Keith E. Bailey Mr. Steve Baker Mrs. Rachel L. Ball BancFirst, Claremore Bank of America Bank of Oklahoma Bank of Oklahoma Foundation Ms. Sandy Barnard Bartlesville Regional United Way, Inc. Bartlesville Rotary Club Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bauer Beacon Commercial Group, LTD Bealmear Charitable Trust Bennett Steel Dr. and Mrs. Steven Berklacy Best Western of McAlester Bethany Lutheran Church of Tulsa Dr. and Mrs. James Randolph Birch Mr. Larry Bishop Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma Blue Ribbon Chevrolet Mr. Randy Bluhm Mr. Fred Boettcher Bokchito Masonic Lodge Mr. Dick Broadland Dr. Harold Brown Mr. Charles Bruner Mr. and Mrs. John C. Bumgarner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Burk Mr. Sean Burrage C.W. Titus Foundation Ms. Lynn D. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Travis N. Campbell Cannon Honda Carmichael Foundation Case and Elfreda Zandbergen Charitable Foundation Cedar Ridge Women s Golf Association Charles W. Mandler Estate Cherokee Nation Cherokee Nation Businesses, LLC Chesapeake Operating, Inc. Chickasaw Foundation Children s Medical Charities Association Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma Dr. Tushar Choudhary Chris Humphrey Photography Mr. and Mrs. Gary R. Christopher Mr. Derrick Chubbs Citizens Security Bank Ms. Kathryn Clark Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Clark Mrs. Debbie J. Cleveland CloseBend, Inc. Cloud Capital Clyde & Anita Becker Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James Coburn Coburn s Tuxedo Mr. Bill Collins Mr. Joseph F. Colvin, Sr. Ms. Deleise C. Conner Conner & Winters, LLP ConocoPhillips Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Coss Mr. Charles E. Craig, Jr. Mr. Brett Crane Ms. Patsy A. Cundiff Ms. Donna Davis Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Davis Ms. Kasey Davis Ms. Marilyn Inhofe Davis Ms. Sharon King Davis Davis Moore Auto Group, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Dees Dr. Dan C. Dennehy Dish Network Diversified Systems Resources Mrs. Marie A. C. Donley Mr. and Mrs. Gary O. Dundee E. Phil and Roberta Kirschner Foundation Earl and Ethyle Cavett Charitable Trust East Central Electric Eastman National Bank Mr. and Mrs. Wade Edmundson Edward E. and Helen T. Bartlett Foundation Emcal Tarp Repair ESPO Fire and Water Restoration Mr. and Mrs. John Esposito Eufaula Ford, Inc. Evans & Evans Enterprises, Inc. Mr. Cary Evert 12

15 Our Generous Donors Explorer Pipeline Mrs. Toby R. Fell Fenton Motors Ferguson Enterprises Mr. and Mrs. Scott Filstrup First National Bank & Trust Co. First National Bank of McAlester First National Bank of Oklahoma-Ponca City First National Bank of Vinita First United Bank & Trust Company First United Bank of Durant Mr. Robert N. Fitzgerald Flint Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. David Ford Founders of Doctors Hospital, Inc. Mrs. Michele Fraley Mrs. Tanda Francis Francis Oil & Gas, Inc. Frank Family Foundation Fund Ms. Mary Frazier-Simmons Mr. and Mrs. John Patrick Garrett GEA Rainey Corporation Dr. and Mrs. Jay Geary, M.D. George Kaiser Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gibson Mr. and Mrs. John W. Gibson Mr. and Mrs. Melvin L. Gilbertson Mr. Cris Gillmore Mr. Robert Gleese Mr. Jeffrey Goodwin Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Mark Graham Grainger Grand Savings Bank, Grove Mr. and Ms. Charles Greenwood Greenwood Group H.A. and Mary K. Chapman Charitable Trust Mr. John Hair Hale Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hall Hall, Estill, Hardwick, Gable, Golden & Nelson, PC Hardesty Family Foundation, Inc. Mrs. Joye Harwell Dr. and Mrs. Henry Hawkins Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Heinecke Helmerich & Payne, Inc. Her Majesty s Gems Hillcrest Hospital Hilti, Inc. HireRight Solutions, Inc. Mr. Bill Hodge Mr. William R. Horkey Hospice of Owasso Mr. James L. Hubbard Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Hunt Idabel Masonic Lodge Indian Nation Wholesale Employee Benefit Fund Mr. James Ingram Integris Health (Mayes Co. Medical Center) Israel Diamond Supply Jack Bowker Ford Lincoln Mercury Jarboe Distributing Jim Glover Chevrolet Johnny Carr Farm Acct. Ms. Adelaide S. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Johnson Johnston Integration Technologies Aviation, Inc. K S Adams Foundation Keener Oil Company Mrs. Melinda S. Kemp Ms. Melinda Kirk Mrs. Hayden B. Kiser Krames StayWell Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krey KWB Oil Property Management, Inc. LaFarge North America Lake Area United Way, Inc. Mr. M. Barton Landry Mr. and Mrs. Russell Langley, Sr. L. Dean Hudgins, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Lewis Life Church, Inc. Mr. Michael Lissau Mr. Edward K. Livermore Love Bottling Co. Mr. and Mrs. St. Clair Luzzi, Jr. Lyon Foundation M & M Lumber Magellan Midstream Partners, LP Mr. and Mrs. Steven Malcolm David O. Marks, D.D.S. Mr. Bert Marshall Martin Service Co. Mayes County Petroleum Mayes County United Way McAlester Fire Dept. Ms. Stefanie H. McCubbins Mr. and Mrs. Jim McKellar Ms. Carol McNern Mr. and Mrs. Alden Meadows Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mears Mr. and Mrs. David Merrill Mid-West Printing Company Ms. Metta M. Miller Mr. and Mrs. George Milleret Moody s Jewelry Ms. Regina Moon MOPS of Ponca City 13

16 Our Generous Donors ($1,000 or more in FY2012) Moran Family Foundation Morgan Stanley MPW Engineering, LLC Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church Mr. Paul Mullins Muskogee Medical Foundation Muskogee Rotary Club NALCO National Oilwell Varco, Inc. Nelson Mazda Mr. Jon Nettles Mr. and Mrs. Karl Neumaier Mr. and Mrs. Ben W. Newby Newkirk Community Chest Newton, O Connor, Turner & Ketchum Nicholson Auction & Real Estate Norris Sucker Rods Dr. and Mrs. Jeff E. Northcutt Northeast Oklahoma Electric Cooperative Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John O Connor Oklahoma Gas & Electric Okmulgee Service League ONEOK Foundation Osage Casino Osteopathic Founders Foundation Ottawa County United Way P.F. Chang s China Bistro Panther Energy Company, LLC Paradies Shops Pemberton Chevrolet Mr. and Mrs. Russell Peterson Pipeliners Voluntary Fund Ponca City Medical Center Mr. Talmadge Powell Pray Walker, PC Mrs. Martha Probes Pryor Stone, Inc. Public Service Company of Oklahoma Puterbaugh Foundation Queen Patty Cakes Ms. Marcella Quesenbery QuikTrip Corporation RCB Bank of Ponca City Red River Ford Mr. and Mrs. Carl Renfro Mrs. Ruth Ricks Roberts Auto Center Mr. and Mrs. Ed Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Gainum Rogers Rogers County United Way Rotary Club of Tulsa Royal Hot Shot Investments, Inc. Sam Viersen Family Foundation Sam s Club - Sheridan Sam s Club - Tulsa Hills Samson Companies Mr. Steve Sanders Sanford P. & Irene Burnstein Foundation Mr. Steve Satterlee Ms. Susan Schalk Mr. and Mrs. Jake Schlichter Mr. Keith Schroeder Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Schuetz Ms. Mary Scott Ms. Betty Seay Seminole Energy Service, LLC Shawnee Tribe Mr. and Mrs. James F. Sieck Mr. Hastings Siegfried Siemens Industry, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Singer Mr. John B. Sinton Mrs. Jamie Sinton Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Slauenwhite Mrs. Shannon Smith Mr. Donnie Smith Smith Associates Mr. Charles Snow South Central OK Chapter of Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Speck-Taculars Square Standard Distributing Co. Stanley Black & Decker Stephenson Wholesale Company Dr. Carl R. Stevenson Mr. and Mrs. Terry Stewart Mrs. Wendy Stobbe Stubbs Chiropractic Suburban Chevrolet, Inc. Summit Bank Summit Physical Therapy & Rehab Superior Linen Service Sykes, Inc. Ms. Rachel Tarantola The Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation The Bank The David E. and Cassie L. Temple Foundation The Gelvin Foundation of Eufaula The Gelvin Foundation of Tulsa The Judith and Jean Pape Adams Charitable Foundation The NORDAM Group The R.S. and Helen Grey Trippet Foundation The Ranch Wellness Center LLC The Rosebury Charitable Foundation The University of Tulsa The Zarrow Families Foundation Ms. Abbey Theban Mr. Robert E. Thomas Ms. Yolande Thompson Three B Sales, Inc. Toni s Flowers & Gifts Mr. Wally Trepp 14

17 Our Generous Donors ($1,000 or more in FY2012) Trust Co. of Oklahoma Tulsa Community Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Turner Unit Corporation United States Beef Corporation United Way of Ponca City United Way of Southeastern Oklahoma Valmont Oklahoma Galvanizing Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Van De Verg Vance Ford Lincoln Mercury Vanguard Charitable Virginia Mayo Ownby Charitable Trust Walmart Walmart Supercenter #12 Walmart #1597 Walmart #201 Walmart #232 Walmart #49, Hugo Walmart #50 Walmart Distribution Center #7015 Walmart Foundation Walmart Supercenter #63 Walter E. & Dorothy Biery Charitable Fund Mr. and Mrs. Scott Webb Mr. Dennis J. Webb Ms. Doris Wellemeyer Western Fire Protection Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wilcox William H. Almen Endowment Trust Dr. John Williams Williams Companies Williams and Williams Worldwide Real Estate Auction Williams Community Relations, Matching Gifts Williams Construction WPX Energy 15

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