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My Hometown Fund, pg.9 Drive-Thru Scholarship Ceremony, pg.16 Roanoke Valley Gives, pg.26 COMMUNITY NEWS C R E AT I N G L E G A C I E S . G R O W I N G C O M M U N I T I E S . GOOD NEWS! ANNUAL REP ORT 2020 Formerly Foundation for Roanoke Valley and Martinsville Area Community Foundation.
YOUR COMMUNITY FOUNDATION TEAM Alan E. Ronk Carly C. Oliver April M. Haynes Beth Kelley President/CEO Chief Operating Officer Regional Vice President, Director, Finance & Martinsville Regional Office Investments Michelle M. Eberly Kaitlyn H. Van Buskirk Kara J. Gilley Kathy E. Mattox Director, Grants & Grants Associate Program Associate, Administrative Assistant Donor Engagement Martinsville Regional Office Report of Activities for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2020 ROANOKE MARTINSVILLE CORPORATE OFFICE REGIONAL OFFICE Mailing Address: Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1159 | Roanoke, VA 24006 P.O. Box 1124 | Martinsville, VA 24114 Location: Location: 611 S. Jefferson Street, Suite 8 | Second Floor 300 Franklin Street | Suite 230 Roanoke, VA 24011 Martinsville, VA 24112 Phone: 540.985.0204 | Fax: 540.982.8175 Phone: 276.656.6223 | Fax: 276.632.3614 GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA We are honored to work with individuals and families on their charitable estate plans throughout much of western and southwestern Virginia. Community Foundation Serving Western Virginia is registered with The Virginia Office of Consumer Affairs, is a member of both Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce and Martinsville-Henry County Chamber of Commerce, and is a member of Southeastern Council of Foundations..
PRESIDENT’S LETTER “There’s a silver lining.” “There’s a light at the end of the tunnel.” “Rainbows follow a bad storm.” While our lexicon has always been replete with such phrases of optimism and hope amidst trying circumstances, lately it seems our conversations have instead been filled with a slew of gloomy adjectives. I, quite frankly, hope I never have to hear those descriptors again (think “unprecedented”, et al.), and you won’t see those words reflected here. Why? It’s not because we are being the proverbial ostrich with our head in the sand (which by the way is a myth), simply ignoring the world around us. It’s because your community foundation is, and always has been, a refuge — an oasis if you will — of positive actions and results. We are blessed to be able to spend our time, talent and resources on finding ways to make all of the communities we serve more vibrant and successful, to truly change lives for the better, to offer opportunities where none existed before, and to make long-held dreams and aspirations come true. Perhaps, most importantly, we are honored and privileged to perpetuate over the generations the amazing and wonderful generosity of our many donors. Yes, you are the fountainhead for everything the community foundation accomplishes, as reflected in this annual report. You are our Good News, and we are deeply grateful for that! All the very best, Alan E. Ronk President and CEO CONTENTS: About Us .............................................................................................4 Women in Philanthropy.....................................................................25 Who We Serve....................................................................................4 Roanoke Valley Gives........................................................................26 What We Do........................................................................................5 Grants.................................................................................................27 Community Foundation Leadership.....................................................6 Disaster Relief Program...............................................................30 Unrestricted Funds..............................................................................8 Takeout Hunger............................................................................32 Field-of-Interest Funds.........................................................................9 Public Support Scholarship Funds.............................................................................. 11 Founding Donors..........................................................................34 Designated Funds.............................................................................. 17 The Society of Founders..............................................................34 Advised Funds....................................................................................19 Legacy Society Members............................................................35 H. Clay Gravely IV Memorial Fund...............................................19 Friends of the Foundation............................................................36 My Hometown Fund....................................................................21 Donors..........................................................................................37 Grantee Endowment Funds...............................................................23 Financial Snapshot.............................................................................43 Roanoke Women’s Foundation..........................................................24 ANNUAL REPORT 2020 | 3 A BOU T U S Community Foundation Serving Western Virginia has been providing customized CREATING services to donors for decades, connecting their generosity with a broad spectrum of important needs and opportunities within our communities. We exist to help LEGACIES. people, with or without great wealth, give in ways that have joy and meaning for them. When you come to the Community Foundation with a dream, we offer a GROWING variety of flexible charitable solutions to make it come to life and go on forever. COMMUNITIES. Comprised of more than 350 permanent endowment funds (and growing), the Community Foundation has awarded more than $52 million in grants to community institutions since our beginning. Each of these grants helps make our nonprofits stronger, touches the lives of many people in very real ways and brings about transformative change that makes our region an even better place to live for all. Service Area W HO W E S ERV E We are privileged to work with individuals, families, corporations, private foundations, nonprofits and others who reside in, or are located in, much of western and southwestern Virginia. Please see the map for additional specifics. With respect to grant making, we can award grants anywhere in the country as recommended by donor advisors. 4 | COMMUNITY FOUNDATION SERVING WESTERN VIRGINIA W HAT W E DO GIVING TYPES OF FUNDS Our mission is to enable people who love their community to easily Community Foundation Serving Western Virginia is comprised of give back. We always want to help folks feel good about their many different funds dedicated to purposes our donors define. Here charitable giving. Whether their passion is arts and culture, the are the primary options: environment or helping students reach their educational goals, they have a professional partner and steward in the Community UNRESTRICTED FUNDS provide the greatest flexibility, allowing Foundation standing ready to help put that passion into action. the Community Foundation to respond to the community’s pressing needs through changing time and circumstances. It is simple and easy to establish a Fund with the Community Foundation, whether you want to create an endowment for a FIELD-OF-INTEREST FUNDS allow donors to pinpoint support favorite nonprofit or provide unrestricted support to meet the needs to broad areas of concern, such as education, the arts, the of the community. A Fund is created with a minimum contribution environment, youth services or geographic areas they choose. of $10,000 ($50,000 for scholarships and $25,000 for agency endowments). There is no cost to set up a Fund. Thereafter a Fund DESIGNATED FUNDS ensure regular, endowed support is is assessed an annual administrative fee ranging from 1% to 1.75%. provided to specific charitable organizations in the donors names. Donors may elect to start a fund with contributions of cash, publicly traded or closely held securities, real estate, personal DONOR-ADVISED FUNDS allow donors to make property or by the use of planned giving vehicles such as charitable recommendations about the distribution of grants. remainder trusts, charitable lead trusts, life insurance policies and bequests. Contributions of any size are also welcome to existing SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS help further the education of students Funds at any time. who are selected by volunteer committees based on criteria donors outline, whether a student is from a particular geographic area, attending a certain school or planning a career in a specific field. GRANTMAKING MEMORIAL FUNDS ensure a special person is remembered through The Community Foundation works tirelessly to carry out the wishes a Fund that reflects his or her legacy. of donors and to provide expertise in local philanthropy. We constantly stay attuned to the latest developments in the nonprofit AGENCY ENDOWMENT FUNDS are created by nonprofits as a community. If donors want information on an organization, we will means of building charitable dollars for the future of their mission promptly do research and share the results of that due diligence. and work. We also monitor the results of grants, all with the goal of ensuring that they are effective, efficient and productive. We can be remarkably flexible in crafting a charitable solution for you. Setting up a Fund is simple and can be done in a matter of In addition to monetary grants, the Community Foundation provides minutes. For more information visit cfwesternva.org. many hours of technical expertise and strategic leadership to nonprofit organizations. ANNUAL REPORT 2020 | 5
COMMUNITY FOUNDATION LEADERSHIP The Foundation’s Board of Governors is comprised of dedicated volunteer leaders who are selected for their knowledge of, and active participation in, the life of the community. The full Board meets quarterly, and the Executive Committee meets as needed. CHAIR VICE CHAIR TREASURER EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Mimi Rainero Coles Richard Bailey, D.V.M. Lauren Ellerman Susan Lancaster Stephen W. Lemon James W. McAden VP of Marketing & Botetourt Veterinary Frith, Ellerman & Davis Community Volunteer Martin, Hopkins, and President Business Development Hospital (retired) Law Firm, P.C. Lemon, P.C. Balzer & Associates Permatile Concrete Products Co. John P. Budd, Jr. Frank G. Carter Elaine Milan Cronk Margie Beazley Tammy M. Finley President & President Community Volunteer Eason, M.D. Senior Vice President Managing Director Member One Federal Psychiatrist (retired) Advance Auto Parts Budd CPA, PLC Credit Union James B. Frith Jr. George Levicki Colleen M. Marston Deborah Oehlschlaeger Randall R. Rhea, M.D. Chairman President Realtor Plunkett & Oehlschlaeger, Carilion Clinic Family Frith Construction Strategic Management Long and Foster PLC Practice Company Services Real Estate Cleo Sims Philip Trompeter Leonard Wheeler Florence V. Williams Retired TAP Head Start Judge, Roanoke County President Sustainability Coach Director Juvenile Domestic Mel Wheeler, Inc. Continuous Improvement Relations Court (retired) Allstate Personal Property — Liability 6 | COMMUNITY FOUNDATION SERVING WESTERN VIRGINIA
REGIONAL ADVISORY GOVERNORS AND ADVISORY BOARD BOARD EMERITI Nancy Howell Agee Eugene C. Madonia Robert A. Archer Olin R. Melchionna, Jr. The Foundation’s Regional Advisory Board is comprised of dedicated Mary K. Bickford* Julien H. Meyer, Jr., M.D.* volunteer leaders who are selected for their knowledge of, and Rita D. Bishop, Ed.D. Barton W. Morris, Jr.* R. Steve Blanks Stephen A. Musselwhite active participation in, the life of the Greater Martinsville community. Abney S. Boxley, III William A. Nash The advisory board meets quarterly. Robert L. Bradshaw, Jr. Kathryn Krisch Oelschlager J. Smith Chaney, Jr. J. Lee E. Osborne Dorothy S. Clifton Peter A. Ostaseski Nan L. Coleman John C. Parrott, II Sallye T. Coleman Douglas E. Pierce, M.D. Sally Fishburn Crockett* Bittle W. Porterfield, III* Walter M. Dixon, Jr.* Charlotte K. Porterfield Nancy V. Dye, M.D. Harry S. Rhodes Lucy R. Ellett Frank W. Rogers, III William D. Elliot Eliza H. Severt Edwin R. Feinour Cynthia M. Shelor Joy D. Frantz Elizabeth R. Sibbick CHAIR VICE CHAIR SECRETARY Jan B. Garrett Donald G. Smith* Kimberly Kiser Snyder James B. Frith Jr. Courtney A. Wenkstern Maryellen F. Goodlatte Gwen Hermes Smith Community Volunteer Chairman Attorney Mason Haynesworth James G. Snead, M.D.* Frith Construction Armstrong & Armstrong Company Attorneys At Law James N. Hinson Susan K. Still Franklin Dewitt House Kenneth D. Tuck, M.D. Talfourd H. Kemper Michael E. Warner* Robert C. Lawson, Jr. A. Damon Williams James B. Lee John B. Williamson, III Barbara B. Lemon* PAST GOVERNORS AND ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS Page B. Beeler Jerry Higginbotham* Deepak D. Banerjee, M.D. Margie Beazley Mike Grogan Cardiologist Eason, M.D. President, Southeastern Joseph W. Beury James H. Johnson Jr.* Stateline Heart and Vascular Psychiatrist (retired) Wood Products N.L. Bishop Jesse E. Kent* Robert E. Bryant Heidi F. Krisch Carter L. Burgess* Cynthia D. Lawrence Melinda T. Chitwood Angelica Lloyd Light Beverley L. Coleman Robert P. Martin Sigmund E. Davidson* Colin C. Murchison William R. Davis* Jess Newbern, III Russell H. Ellis Shawn N. Pace Norman D. Fintel* W.D. Prince, III M.D.* Carolyn Alley Fleming Frank W. Rogers Jr.* Robert P. Fralin D. Thomas Royster Jr. John R. Francis Jr. Alexander I. Saunders William L. Pannill Tracy E. Tate Paul B. Toms Jr. Clydenne R. Glenn* Brian W. Smith President Regional Vice President CEO, Hooker Furniture David R. Goode Garnett E. Smith Tacoma, Inc. Ameristaff Corporation Lucian Y. Grove* Kathryn A. Smith* W. William Gust Glenn O. Thornhill Jr. Virginia Walker Hamlet William D. Vickers Leigh B. Hanes, Jr.* Jim L. Wade James W. Harkness Bill F. Williams COMMUNITY LEADERS James W. Haskins Jack F. Wright Jr.* GIVING BACK *Deceased ANNUAL REPORT 2020 | 7
UNRESTRICTED FUNDS ANONYMOUS FUND DORIS AND WELDON LAWRENCE FAMILY FUND Established by the late Doris and Weldon Lawrence. DOROTHY S. ANDERSON MEMORIAL FUND Established through the estate of Dorothy S. Anderson. LAWRENCE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS, INC. FUND Established by the Lawrence family. WILLIAM H. BASON JR. UNRESTRICTED FUND Established by Chett Bason. BABE AND SIDNEY LOUIS FUND Established through the estate of Sidney Louis. FAITH S. BICKFORD FUND Established by Sam Bickford. MARTINSVILLE AREA UNRESTRICTED FUND Established by the citizens of the Martinsville community. EDITH P. AND FRANK W. BOVA FUND Established by Edith and the late Frank Bova. JIM AND ANNE TAYLOR NIMMO FUND Established by the late Walter M. Dixon, Jr. JOHN W. AND SADIE M. R. BOYLE FUND Established by the late Sadie M. R. Boyle. JOHN AND SARAH BELLE PARROTT FUND Established by John and Sarah Belle Parrott. JAMES ELMER AND MARGOT LANGE BROWN FUND Established through the estate of Margot Lange Brown. THE PATSEL FUND Established by the late Martin "Jake" Patsel, Jr. JOHN D. AND FRANCES HUFF CARR MEMORIAL FUND Established through the estate of Frances Huff Carr. THE RICHARD AND JEAN RAKES FOUNDATION FUND Established through the transfer of The Richard and Jean Rakes COMMUNITY ENRICHMENT FUND Foundation. Established by a member of the Board of Governors. TRINA B. RAMZINSKY FUND J. W. "BILL" AND ALICE G. DAVIS FUND Established through the estate of Trina B. Ramzinsky. Established by the late Bill Davis. RICHARD AND ALVA SCAMMON FUND J. B. AND GRACE FISHBURN MEMORIAL FUND Established by the late Alva R. Scammon. Established by the late Louise F. Kegley. KATHRYN ASCOUGH SMITH MEMORIAL FUND AL AND OLIVIA GRAHAM FUND Established by Nelson Franklin Smith. Established by Olivia G. Graham. IVEY C. STONE FUND ROBERT S. AND MARY M. HUTCHESON FUND Established by the late Ivey C. Stone. Established through the estate of Mary M. Hutcheson. ROBERT H. AND DORIS G. TETER FUND GENE A. HYLTON MEMORIAL FUND Established through charitable gift annuities by Robert and Doris Teter. Established through the estate of Gene A. Hylton. THE VINYARD-WOOD FUND DONALD M. KINZER FUND Established by the late Claiborne Vinyard. Established through the estate of Donald M. Kinzer. JANET C. WHITAKER FUND* MARY ANNE AND ROBERT A. KULP FUND Established by the estate of Janet C. Whitaker. Established by the late Mary Anne Kulp. WOMEN IN PHILANTHROPY FUND THE SARAH SNYDER LAUGHON CHARITABLE FUND Established by numerous members of the Women in Philanthropy Established through the estate of Sarah Snyder Laughon. initiative. 8 | COMMUNITY FOUNDATION SERVING WESTERN VIRGINIA *New Fund FIELD-OF-INTEREST FUNDS POLLY AND BILL ARMISTEAD FUND MONTE COHEN FUND LYNN WOODY FITZGIBBONS FUND Established by the late Polly and Bill Established through transfer of the Monte Established by Thomas P. Fitzgibbons and Armistead, this fund benefits the needs of Cohen Fund from Goodwill Industries of the family and friends, this fund supports the medically indigent. Valleys, Inc., this fund, initially established educational opportunities within the Henry by the late Sigmund and Harriet Davidson, County Public School system, with an HENRY AND ETHEL BAZAK CHILDREN’S BOOK FUND provides assistance to persons with emphasis on student academic and career Established by Benjamin and Suzanne Bazak, disabilities. growth, with preference given to projects this fund provides age-appropriate books and programs at the Center for Community to economically-disadvantaged children up ANNE E. CRAGHEAD CHARITABLE FUND Learning. through the age of two. FOR THE NEEDY Established through the estate of Anne DR. JOHN D. FRENCH LEGACY FUND C. MEAD BOXLEY MEMORIAL FUND Elizabeth Craghead, this fund supports a Established by Linda M. French, this fund Established by the Boxley Family, this fund local church and organizations that serve supports organizations serving children and addresses the needs of young children under the needy. families. the age of six (75%) and also focuses on the research and treatment of spinal-cord THE DOBYNS FUND LLOYD AND PEGGY GOCHENOUR ENDOWMENT FUND injuries (25%). Established by Robyn N. Dobyns, this fund Established from the Peggy and Lloyd helps veterans’ recovery by using Music Gochenour Charitable Remainder Annuity RAYMOND AND MARY BRODIE MEMORIAL FUND FOR and/or Pet Therapy. Trust, this fund supports needy individuals THE EDUCATION OF CHILDREN residing in Roanoke County, Roanoke City, Established through the estate of Mary THE EARL D. AND CARRIE LEIGH DORAN FUND City of Salem, Botetourt County and Craig Brodie, this fund provides educational Established through the estate of Earl County. opportunities for children under age 18. D. Doran, this fund supports nonprofit agencies that were of interest to Earl, helps THE BETTIE NICHOLS GUTHRIE SOCIAL SERVICE HELEN CADD ELDERLY PROTECTION FUND agencies that serve individuals and families FUND Established by the grandchildren of Helen confronting catastrophic, life-altering Established by the late Audrey Guthrie, Cadd, this fund enables elderly citizens to circumstances, and supports agencies that this fund provides emergency or temporary feel more secure and safe in their residence. provide shelter, care and assistance to relief to needy persons in the Greater MARION S. AND WILLIE Z. CAMP FUND battered women. Roanoke Metropolitan Area. FOR ELDERCARE DONNA FEW MEMORIAL FUND* HERMES FAMILY FUND Established by the late Willie Z. Camp, this Established by Stacy Few Peters and Jaime Provides and promotes breast health fund addresses the needs of the elderly in Few Whitlow, this fund supports math services and encourages development the Roanoke Valley. programs in the middle and high schools of diagnostic and treatment options for CANCER CENTER FUND within the Henry County Public School residents of the Martinsville community Provides and promotes health services system. and supports other charitable activities and and educational, diagnostic and treatment projects that improve the quality of life in FISHWICK FUND* the Martinsville community. resources to victims of cancer and related Established through the estate of Palmer conditions in the Martinsville community. Fishwick Posvar, this fund supports the THE HOPE FUND JERRY SMITH CHANEY MEMORIAL FUND elderly and needy individuals in the Established by anonymous donors, this Provides assistance to needy cancer Roanoke Valley. fund’s primary purpose is to support patients who are residents of the organizations that serve individuals and Martinsville community. *New Fund ANNUAL REPORT 2020 | 9 families in need of food, shelter or medical research programs and generally provides SCHOOL VIOLENCE ASSISTANCE FUND assistance, as well as battered women for the medical care of the Martinsville Established by numerous donors to assist and children; also to support organizations community. the victims and families of victims of the that serve our Wounded Warriors that have April 16, 2007 tragedy at Virginia Tech. been injured as a direct result of a military MARY LOUISE HOME FUND Unused funds will be available to address Established with assets from the Mary other school violence issues. deployment, along with other non-profit Louise Home of the King’s Daughters, this organizations of interest to the donors. fund supports and cares for elderly indigent DR. CHARLES L. SHEDD ENDOWMENT FUND HOSPICE FUND residents of the Roanoke Valley. Established by the Shedd School Provides assistance and services to Foundation, this fund honors and any needy resident of the Martinsville MEDICAL EDUCATION FUND commemorates the life of Charles Supports continuing medical education for Livingston Shedd, Ph.D. and supports community with end-of-life medical needs students in the Martinsville community and educational needs. and expenses. healthcare professionals who practice in MELVA P. JONES FUND FOR MUSIC AND ART the Martinsville community. JACQUELINE S. (JACKIE) AND Established through the estate of Melva P. SHELBORN L. (S.L.) SPANGLER FUND Jones, this fund supports music and arts THOMAS P. AND LEWISE S. PARSLEY FUND Established by the late Shelborn L. Established by the late Lewise Parsley, this Spangler, this fund supports a wide programs, preferenced for the Town of fund places a premium on the preservation variety of important community needs and Vinton. of dignity, hope and personal independence opportunities in the communities of PHALIA M. AND GUY M. KINDER FUND for the elderly and needy. The fund Poages Mill Bent Mountain, Copper Hill Established through the estate of Phalia addresses three specific community and Check, Virginia. Miles Kinder and Guy Millard Kinder, this concerns: to help the elderly and needy fund supports agencies and organizations afford prescription medications; to fight ROBERT HARRISON SMITH MEMORIAL FUND which are effective and efficient in substance abuse; and to help elderly and Established by N. Frank Smith, this preventing cruelty to animals; research and needy obtain home health services when fund supports organizations that assist medical advancement for the cure of the they cannot manage alone. handicapped or disabled persons. diseases in animals; professional education MARION K. RAMSEY FUND DR. ROBERT MANTON WILSON MEMORIAL FUND of animal caretakers; and programs which Established by Dr. and Mrs. Douglas E. TO ERADICATE LEPROSY promote the positive relationship between Pierce, the fund supports elderly citizens in Established by the late Samuel B. McGhee, humans and animals. the community. this fund supports worldwide efforts to EMIL AND EMMA LANG FUND FOR THE eradicate the scourge of leprosy. VISUALLY IMPAIRED* RAVENEL ONCOLOGY CENTER FUND Established by Dr. Nigel Goodchild, LARRY WOODROW VEST FUND Established by the late Emil and Emma this fund provides a broad range of support Established through the estate of Larry Lang, this fund provides support to and care to needy patients who have been Woodrow Vest, this fund supports a wide programs and agencies that address the treated at the Ravenel Oncology Center. range of community needs with particular needs of the visually impaired in Roanoke consideration being given to charitable City, City of Salem, Botetourt County, ROANOKE VALLEY CHILDREN’S FUND organizations providing services to Floyd Craig County, and Roanoke County. Established by the B. Wilson Porterfield, County, Virginia residents. Jr. Foundation, this fund addresses the THE CAMILLE M. LOWNDS CHARITABLE FUND broad needs of children in the Valley from PAMELA M. WRIGHT FUND* Established through the estate of Camille prenatal care until their sixth birthday. Established by Joseph B. Wright, this fund Lownds, this fund supports the needs of supports local and national organizations children with cancer or cancer research. ANN AND BILL SCHEER FUND devoted to the welfare of animals. Established by the late Ann and Bill Scheer, MARTINSVILLE AREA ENDOWMENT FUND this fund provides broad support for the Provides health services to needy residents elderly citizens of the Roanoke Valley. of the Martinsville community, supports health-related teaching, educational and 10 | COMMUNITY FOUNDATION SERVING WESTERN VIRGINIA *New Fund SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS THE ALPHIN FAMILY college scholarships to Roanoke HELEN F. DICKSON SCHOLARSHIP FUND provides educational scholarship SCHOLARSHIP FUND Valley high school seniors, with Established through the estate of assistance to needy, deserving Established by the late Samuel B. an emphasis on volunteerism and Helen F. Dickson, this fund provides students attending Franklin County McGhee and nieces and nephews in leadership. higher education scholarship Public Schools. memory of Elizabeth Alphin Brown assistance to Alleghany High and Louise Alphin McGhee, this CITY SCHOOL FOUNDATION School and Covington High School GILBERT-THOMPSON MEMORIAL fund provides undergraduate higher SCHOLARSHIP FUND students. AWARD FUND education scholarships to deserving Established through Roanoke Established by Dr. and Mrs. Rockbridge County High School City Public Schools with royalties LENNA E. ETZLER SCHOLARSHIP FUND James I. Gilbert, III and Mr. and graduates. from Empty Chairs, this fund will Established through the estate of Mrs. Arthur L. Thompson, this perpetuate the legacy of CITY Lenna E. Etzler, this fund provides fund provides higher education HOMER O. AMOS MEMORIAL School by providing educational higher education scholarship scholarship assistance to Alleghany SCHOLARSHIP FUND scholarship assistance to young assistance to Lord Botetourt High County High School students. Established through an estate gift men and women attending Patrick School students. to Roanoke City Public Schools, JOSEPH WASKEY GILBERT Henry High School and William CAROLYN AND BILL FRANCK MEMORIAL FUND AWARD this scholarship provides education Fleming High School. SCHOLARSHIP FUND Established by the Falling Springs assistance to needy, deserving students from Roanoke City Public Established by Martha Franck Presbyterian Church, Covington, KELSEY NICOLE COOPER High Schools. Rollins, this fund provides Virginia, this fund provides higher SCHOLARSHIP FUND scholarships to young men and education scholarships to students Established in memory of Kelsey BASSETT KIWANIS CLUB women pursuing post high school involved with the church. Nicole Cooper, this fund awards SCHOLARSHIP FUND education in technical, vocational, scholarships to deserving students CLARENCE M. GILLIS MEMORIAL Established by the Bassett Kiwanis academic or professional fields. Scholarship Education Foundation, in Henry County or Martinsville. SCHOLARSHIP FUND this fund provides college JOYCELYN “FUDGIE” LEE FARRELLY Established by Thelma SCHOLARSHIP FUND FOR CRAIG COUNTY MUSIC EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP FUND Haynesworth and family members scholarships to graduating seniors HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS or past graduates of Bassett High Established by former students and in memory of Clarence M. Gillis, This fund provides college friends of Fudgie Farrelly, this fund this fund provides higher education School in Bassett, Virginia. scholarships to Craig County High provides scholarship assistance to scholarship assistance to Roanoke SUE BLACKWELL SCHOLARSHIP FUND School graduates. students who intend to pursue a City high school students. Established by the Roanoke Valley CHRISTI CRUTCHFIELD MEMORIAL degree in music or music education. Aquatic Association, an anonymous NANCY AND BUD GOEHRING SCHOLARSHIP FUND DAVIS B. AND BARBARA J. FRANCIS SCHOLARSHIP FUND donor and many friends, this fund Established by Roanoke Valley SCHOLARSHIP FUND* Established by the late Nancy and provides college scholarships Wine Company, this fund provides Established by Davis B. and Barbara Bud Goehring, this fund provides to high school seniors who are educational scholarship assistance J. Francis, this fund provides scholarship assistance to Franklin members of RVAA. to young men and women attending scholarship assistance to Roanoke County High School students who N. R. BURROUGHS EDUCATIONAL FUND Northside High School or Lord Valley high school students are pursuing an Associates Degree Provides scholarships to further Botetourt High School. pursuing a degree and/or career through a Virginia community the education of deserving and in technical theatre or performing college or advanced studies at qualified men and women who BERKELEY AND ZELMA CUNDIFF arts, including television or other an accredited career or technical live within a 200 mile radius of the SCHOLARSHIP FUND types of media productions. school, college or university. Henry County Circuit Court. Established by Sheila D. Barnhart, this fund provides scholarship FRANKLIN COUNTY ED-U-K8OR BEVERLY W. AND MABEL TUDOR GROGAN CAVE SPRING LIONS CLUB support to needy, deserving SCHOLARSHIP FUND SCHOLARSHIP FUND SCHOLARSHIP FUND students from Franklin County Established by Walter K. and Established by the Beverly W. Established by the late Lion Frank High School. Kimberley A. Young, this fund Grogan and Mabel Tudor Grogan W. Martin, this fund provides *New Fund ANNUAL REPORT 2020 | 11 Educational Fund, this fund provides HOOKER EDUCATIONAL VICTOR A. AND LOUISE R. LESTER RONALD L. MAYFIELD, JR. educational scholarship assistance SCHOLARSHIP FUND EDUCATIONAL FUND SCHOLARSHIP FUND to students who are graduates of Established by Hooker Furniture Established by the Victor A. and Established by friends and Patrick County High School. Corporation and the Hooker Louise R. Lester Trust, this fund colleagues of Ron Mayfield, this Educational Foundation, this provides educational scholarship fund provides college scholarships MICHAEL DEAN GUILLIAMS MEMORIAL fund provides higher education assistance to deserving students, to Patrick Henry High School or SCHOLARSHIP FUND scholarships to deserving high with preference given to students William Fleming High School Established by Penny Guilliams and school seniors and undergraduate from Martinsville and Henry County seniors enrolled in the English her family and friends, this fund students in Henry County or the who plan to attend a Baptist or Language Learners Program. provides scholarship assistance City of Martinsville, Virginia and other church-related college in to students who are pursuing to students who are children Virginia. THE LOUISE AND SAM MCGHEE studies to enhance their career in a or spouses of Hooker Furniture SCHOLARSHIP FUND vocational or technical field. LESTER EDUCATIONAL FUND Established by the late Samuel B. Corporation (HFC) employees. Provides educational scholarships McGhee and nieces and nephews, THE BETTIE NICHOLS GUTHRIE MARGARET JONES IRVIN to help students obtain an this fund provides undergraduate SCHOLARSHIP FUND SCHOLARSHIP FUND education in a profession or higher education scholarships to Established by the late Audrey Established by the late Reid Jones, vocation, with preference given deserving James River High School Guthrie, this fund provides to students from Martinsville, Jr., this fund provides college graduates. educational opportunities that Henry County and Franklin County, scholarships to students pursuing support and encourage students in Virginia. CAROL LEE MCGUIRE-BISHOP an undergraduate, graduate or the pursuit of careers that enhance doctoral degree. SCHOLARSHIP FUND GRACE LOVEGROVE MEMORIAL the quality of life for themselves Established by Norris C. Bishop, Jr., SCHOLARSHIP FUND and their communities. JEFFERSON COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES this fund provides college Established by Patrick Henry High SCHOLARSHIP FUND scholarships to graduating seniors JOEL C. HALL AND ELIZABETH L. HALL School and many donors, this Established by Jefferson College fund provides higher educational at Alleghany High School who EDUCATIONAL FUND of Health Sciences Education are pursuing a degree at Virginia Established by Joel and Elizabeth scholarship assistance to graduating Foundation, this fund provides high school seniors attending Patrick Polytechnic Institute and State Hall, this fund provides higher educational scholarship assistance University. education scholarships with Henry High School. to deserving young men and preference to students studying women who intend to pursue a MARION SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL MEMBER ONE FEDERAL CREDIT UNION — to become a Methodist minister career in the health sciences at MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND FOR HENRY LEE MEMORIAL and from the City of Martinsville, Radford University Carilion in MUSIC, ART, THE PERFORMING ARTS, SCHOLARSHIP FUND and the counties of Henry, Patrick, Roanoke, VA. AND EDUCATION Established by Member One Federal Franklin and Pittsylvania. Established by several donors in Credit Union, this fund provides MELVA P. JONES SCHOLARSHIP FUND memory of deceased members higher education scholarships MIMI HART MEMORIAL POLICE Established through the estate of to graduating seniors who are of the Class of 1970 and for all SCHOLARSHIP FUND Melva P. Jones, this fund provides classes of the school who wish to members of Member One Federal Established by an anonymous educational scholarship assistance memorialize classmates and loved Credit Union and attending a donor, this fund provides to young men and women attending ones. Virginia college or university. educational scholarship assistance William Byrd High School who to students who are the children desire to further their education MARTINSVILLE KIWANIS CLUB — MEMBER ONE FEDERAL CREDIT UNION — or grandchildren of employees after secondary school. J. LAWSON DYER KEY CLUB RICHARD L. “DICK” WILLIAMS of the Martinsville City Police SCHOLARSHIP FUND MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND Department. LAPRADE EDUCATIONAL FUND Established by the Martinsville Established by Member One Federal Provides educational scholarships Kiwanis Club, this fund provides Credit Union, this fund provides ETHEL SNIDOW HOLLAND MEMORIAL to further the education of young educational scholarships to higher education scholarships to SCHOLARSHIP FUND men and women who appear to Martinsville High School seniors. graduating seniors who participate Established through the estate be able, deserving and in real in varsity sports and are members of Ethel S. Holland, this fund EDWIN K. MATTERN, JR. MEMORIAL need of financial assistance with of Member One Federal Credit provides scholarships to high school SCHOLARSHIP FUND preference given to students from Union and attending a Virginia graduates who wish to continue Established by Deborah N. Mattern the City of Martinsville, Henry and Summers Mattern Henderson, College or university. their education in college or County, Franklin County and vocational school. this fund provides college Pittsylvania County. scholarships to Roanoke Valley high school seniors. 12 | COMMUNITY FOUNDATION SERVING WESTERN VIRGINIA *New Fund DOROTHY AND JULIEN MEYER, SR., M.D. THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY — scholarships to deserving young PHILLIP CHARLES “FLIP” REID SCHOLARSHIP FUND FELTON PENDLETON MEMORIAL men and women who are residents SCHOLARSHIP FUND Established by the late Julien H. SCHOLARSHIP FUND of Henry County, Virginia. Established by the late Charles Meyer, Sr., this fund provides higher Established by Edmund Pendleton, Preston Reid, this fund provides education scholarships to Roanoke this fund provides undergraduate JEAN L. PRICE SCHOLARSHIP FUND scholarships to Alleghany High Valley high school graduating seniors higher education scholarships to Established by the late Jean School baseball players. to pursue premedical studies. deserving George Wythe High L. Price, this scholarship fund School graduates. provides financial scholarships to THE E. PRICE RIPLEY MFP SCHOLARSHIP FUND underprivileged students living in MEMORIAL FOUNDATION FUND Established by anonymous donors, WALTER M. OTEY, III SCHOLARSHIP FUND the Roanoke Valley. Established through the transfer this fund provides educational Established by Walter M. Otey, III, of the E. Price Ripley Memorial scholarship assistance to students this fund provides undergraduate DR. ROBERT A. PRUNER MEMORIAL Foundation to the community pursuing an undergraduate degree educational scholarship assistance SCHOLARSHIP FUND foundation, this fund provides higher or certificate in health, business or to deserving students pursuing Established by Carol Pruner, this education scholarships to Roanoke religion. degrees from Virginia Polytechnic fund provides college scholarships Valley high school graduates. Institute and State University’s to Patrick Henry High School CLARISSA EDWARDS NOLAND MEMORIAL College of Agriculture and Life graduates. FRANK W. (BO) ROGERS SCHOLARSHIP FUND Sciences, Roanoke College, and SCHOLARSHIP FUND Established in memory of Clarissa RANGELEY EDUCATIONAL FUND Established by the family of Frank Virginia Western Community Provides educational scholarships Edwards Noland, this fund provides College’s Nursing Program. W. Rogers, Jr. and Woods Rogers, scholarships to deserving students for students pursuing study in PLC, this fund provides scholarship intending to pursue a career in ASHBY C. AND JOHN T. PINKARD technical, vocational, academic or support to local students, with an teaching or creative writing. SCHOLARSHIP FUND professional fields, with preference emphasis on volunteerism. Established by Ashby and John given to students from Martinsville Pinkard, this fund provides financial and Henry County. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS OF 2020!!! “DRIVE-THRU” SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS CEREMONY A WIN! Community Foundation Serving Western Virginia hosted a “Drive-Thru” Scholarship Awards Ceremony in the New College Institute parking lot. Students were handed their certificate as they drove through. *New Fund ANNUAL REPORT 2020 | 13 ROA NOK E VA L L E Y S CHOL A R S HIP R ECIP IE N T S : There were 56 recipients who received more than $175,000 in scholarships to support their higher education goals. Harrison Bui Maya Ingram Kelsey McPherson Mikayla Stiltner Noah Campbell Kylie Jackson Alyssa Meadows Ayana Stone Hannah Charles Courtney Johnson Macie Miller Dylan Tran Gregory Davidson Cailin Johnson Emily Nicely Mary Troise Spenser Duval Asha Johnson Deaquan Nichols Marisa Turpin Case Eshelman Aleah Johnston Emily Overbay Stephanie Unur Caroline Faulkner Nirajan Kadariya Laurel Pollock Cartlie Vincent Holland Foutz Kendall Kelly Marjorie Price Kameron Washington-Brown Madeleine Glover George Langhammer Hannah Pritt Ethan Webster Bethany Graham Hatangimana Lea David Scott Angela Wenk Toni Greco Natalie Love Shawn Shiflett Grace Whitehead Liam Heaslip Destynie Lowry Kiersten Smith Kaden Whitenack Gabriele Herscher Raegan Mauck Briahna Stacey Nyave’ Willis-Rodriguez Bryant Humphries Mikayla McCray Clayton Stanford Tyshaun Zeigler M A R T IN S V IL L E A R E A S CHOL A R S HIP R ECIP IE N T S : There were 106 recipients who received more than $310,000 in scholarships to support their higher education goals. Jennifer Alvarez Trevor Eggleston Kylie Jackson Jessica Miller Clayton Stanford Matthew Amos Marcus Esdaile Michael Jordan Hannah Mitchell Lauren Thornton Melissa Anderson Rebecca Farley Brandy Jordan Micah Montgomery Brooke Tilley Jocelyn Aparicio Garcia Mohammad Farooq Hailey Kancherla Erin Nelson Nathan Underwood Samantha Ashworth Lacey Flanagan Erin Keith Carly Nelson Kendall Varner Madeline Bishop Stormie Foley Taylor Keith Anna Osenkowsky McKinley Verlik Elijah Boyd Hunter Foley Sydney Kirk William Paredes Colby Vernon Emily Bray James Franklin Casey Kirks Jarrett Pearson Austin Vernon Tyler Bray Alyson Gammons Colton Kitzmiller Joshua Penn Leah Warner Kaitlin Brown Burke Gonzalez Hayden Kitzmiller Rebecka Perez Alexis Watts Sydnee Burnette Dorian Green Charlie Koger Kristen Price Breanna Weaver Jarrod Burnette Reagan Griffith Richard Law Katherine Priddy Kennedy Wilkins Allison Burnette Emelia Guebert India Manning Victoria Pritchett Alayna Williams T’Coma Clanton Rya Hall Olivia Manns Cole Pruitt Blake Wilson Jordan Collier Benjamin Hancock Taylor Manns Amber Roland Emily Wood Sydney Compton Daniel Hancock Logan Martin Hudson Rowe Andrew Workman Kendall Cope Dejionna Harris Tiffany Martin McCray Sawyers Faith Young Aaliyah Craig Hunter Haskins Jacob Martin Zariah Scales Tyshaun Zeigler Helen Dawson Liam Heaslip Madison Martin Parker Scott Hannah DeHart Kathryne Hruza Mason McGrady Celia Shively Mindy Diaz Monay Evan Hudson Emily McGuire Caillie Smith Latisha Dillard Janika Hunt Kelsey McPherson Robert Stallard 14 | COMMUNITY FOUNDATION SERVING WESTERN VIRGINIA
TOTAL SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS First, I would like to AWARDED TO 157 STUDENTS say thank you for the scholarships. I was $487,230 awarded the Samuel “Bo” Terry Scholarship Fund and the Grace Lovegrove Memorial Scholarship Fund. It was an honor to be a recipient of both WHERE THEY ARE HEADED scholarships. These scholarships will allow me to pay for college so I can further my education at LSU. Grace VIRGINIA OUT-OF- PUBLIC PRIVATE Lovegrove and I shared COLLEGES STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE a common passion for 87% 13% 67% 33% track and field, and I am beyond grateful for receiving this award. I TOP-ATTENDED SCHOOLS will continue my volunteer work in both Grace  UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA  VIRGINIA TECH Lovegrove and Samuel “Bo” Terry’s honor. 22% DEGREES n Health & Medicine — 40% n Engineering — 5% 40% n Business — 10% 5% n Science — 10% 6% n Arts — 2% n Education — 6% NYAVÉ WILLIS-RODRIGUEZ 10% n Undecided — 5% 2% 5% 10% n Other — 22% ANNUAL REPORT 2020 | 15 DAVID ROLLER MEMORIAL DENISE L. SPRINKLE MEMORIAL KENNETH D. TWITCHELL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND SCHOLARSHIP FUND SCHOLARSHIP FUND Established by David Roller’s family Established by the family of Denise Established through the estate and friends, this fund provides L. Sprinkle, this fund provides of Kenneth Twitchell, this fund Thank you for selecting college scholarships to at least one educational scholarship assistance provides scholarships to students me as a recipient for student each from Patrick Henry to needy and deserving students who are the children of employees High School and William Fleming from Lord Botetourt High School of Branch & Associates, Inc. these scholarships. It High School who plan to study art and James River High School. is truly an honor. To me, H.B. AND E.B. WHARTON at the college level. BENNY SUMMERLIN SCHOLARSHIP FUND SCHOLARSHIP FUND these scholarships mean FRANCES PARKER RUPERT Established by friends and family, Established through the estate of hope and promise. The MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND FOR this funds provides educational E. B. Wharton, this fund provides MUSIC AND THE PERFORMING ARTS scholarship assistance to students higher education scholarships committees see the Established by the late Burdette pursuing a career in public service to Roanoke City or Roanoke promise in my abilities, A. Rupert, Sr. and B.A. Rupert, Jr., and/or public safety. County students, preferably of which fuels my fire to this fund provides music and art the Christian Scientist faith and scholarships for student artists in SAMUEL “BO” TERRY SCHOLARSHIP FUND preferably to attend Virginia keep progressing forward the Alleghany Highlands region. Established by an anonymous donor, Polytechnic Institute & State not just for myself, but for this fund honors and memorializes University. The fund will also MICHAEL DAVID SCOTT MEMORIAL Samuel “Bo” Terry’s life and support the First Church of Christ everyone who supports SCHOLARSHIP FUND IN HONOR OF THE commitment to the community Scientist of Roanoke. me. These scholarships JAMES RIVER HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 2000 through educational scholarships Established by Michael’s father, for deserving young men and DIANNE E. H. WILCOX will assist me in covering Billy; mother, Holly; brother, Kyle and women. SCHOLARSHIP FUND the cost of attendance family and friends, this fund provides Established by the late Reid Jones, of James Madison higher education scholarships to BRYAN WILLIAM THOMAS Jr., this fund provides college James River High School seniors, SCHOLARSHIP FUND scholarships to students pursuing University in the Fall. with preference given to student Established by Jean and Jay an undergraduate, graduate or with learning disabilities. Thomas, family and friends, this doctoral degree. fund provides college scholarships FRANK D. “BO” SHRADER MEMORIAL to Glenvar High School senior THE JOHN W. WILKS, M.D. SCHOLARSHIP FUND athletes. EXCELLENCE IN SCIENCE Established by Sarah W. Davis MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND and family and friends, this fund JOHN AND SUE TRIMBLE FAMILY Established by the family of the provides scholarship assistance to SCHOLARSHIP FUND late John W. Wilks, M.D., this fund Bath County High School seniors to Established by the late John and provides educational scholarship pursue vocational arts studies. Sue Trimble, this fund provides assistance to support needy scholarship support to Bath County and deserving students with the EDDIE SIMPSON SCHOLARSHIP FUND High School seniors. intention of pursuing a career in Established by the late W.B. Overstreet, this fund honors TROUTVILLE VOLUNTEER FIRE the medical field. DEAQUAN NICHOLS and memorializes Captain Eddie DEPARTMENT SCHOLARSHIP FUND* MELVA DULANEY WRIGHT Established by the Troutville Deaquan Nichols received Simpson by helping worthy MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND a scholarship from the students attain their higher Volunteer Fire Department, this Established by Ernie Wright in fund provides higher education Homer O. Amos Memorial education goals through scholarship memory of his mother, the fund Scholarship Fund, the Bettie support. scholarships to high school seniors provides financial assistance to living in Botetourt County who Nichols Guthrie Scholarship a graduating senior from Cave Fund, the John W. Wilks, JOYCE AND SHAD SOLOMON FAMILY plan to pursue a career as a First Spring High School or graduating SCHOLARSHIP FUND Responder or other related fields. M.D. Excellence in Science senior who is either an employee Established through the estate Memorial Scholarship Fund or child of an employee of of Joyce H. Solomon, this fund and the Samuel “Bo” Terry Integrated Textile Solutions. provides higher education Scholarship Fund. scholarships to Bath County High School students. 16 | COMMUNITY FOUNDATION SERVING WESTERN VIRGINIA *New Fund DESIGNATED FUNDS ADMINISTRATIVE ENDOWMENT FUND MARGARET I. CAMPLEJOHN CHARITABLE GIFT ANNUITY FUND FOR GARTH NEWEL MUSIC CENTER Supported by numerous donors, this fund Established by Margaret I. Camplejohn, this Established by Edward A. and Susan R. helps support the daily administrative needs fund will support The Rescue Mission of O’Neal, this fund benefits Garth Newel of the Foundation. Roanoke, Inc. Music Center. MARY JOSEPHINE HAYNES ALLEN FUND FOR DAVID “CROCKETT” CHATHAM MEMORIAL FUND THE GLENVAR FOOTBALL FUND CONTINUING EDUCATION Established by Mrs. Hugh H. Chatham and Established by an anonymous donor, this fund Established by the Mary Josephine H. Allen family members, this fund provides assistance benefits the Glenvar football programs. Charitable Trust, this fund supports Bethany and services to needy residents of the Hall, a program of ARCH Roanoke. Martinsville community with end-of-life THE ZELDA AND JULIUS HALPERN FUND medical needs and expenses. Established through the estates of Zelda and JAMES R. ALVIS JR. CHILDREN’S HOSPICE FUND Julius Halpern, this fund supports six nonprofit Established by the late Roger Hodnett, Dr. EARL L. AND ETHEL Y. CHILDERS FUND* organizations. William Baker, the late Al Tignor, family and Established by the estate of Earl L. Childers, friends, this fund supports Good Samaritan this fund supports nonporfit organizations of THE HELP, INC. FUND Hospice. interest to the donor and his family. Established by W. Stebbins Hubard, Jr., this fund supports Bethany Hall, a program of ELIZABETH B. AND RICHARD G. ANDERSON NANCY DREW CHARITABLE GIFT ANNUITY ARCH Roanoke. CHARITABLE GIFT ANNUITY Established by Nancy Drew, this fund will Established through a charitable gift annuity support the Warm Hearth Foundation. THE SAMUEL CHARLES AND NEVA CAROL BAKER HILL by Elizabeth and Richard Anderson, this CHARITABLE FUND fund will support two Rockbridge County FRANCIS AND HELEN EWALD FAMILY Established through the estate of Samuel C. organizations. CHARITABLE FUND Hill, this fund benefits the Bradley Free Clinic Established by the Ewald family, this and The Salvation Army. ANONYMOUS FUND fund supports selected arts and cultural Established by an anonymous donor, this fund organizations and other charitable interests of RITA KNOX HUTTS MEMORIAL FUND supports Grace Network of MHC. the family. Established through the estate of Rita Knox Hutts, this fund supports many of her favorite THE ANNE ARMISTEAD FUND REBA K. AND SIDNEY FALKENSTEIN FUND charities and organizations helping those Established by the late Anne Armistead, this Established by Joan F. Brenner and David in need. fund focuses on selected social service and S. Falkenstein, this fund supports Temple cultural organizations. Emanuel. GENE A. HYLTON ADMINISTRATIVE ENDOWMENT FUND Established through the estate of Gene A. DOROTHY BACK AND NATHANIEL BACK HOWARD FEIERTAG CHARITABLE GIFT ANNUITY Hylton, this fund supports the Foundation’s CHARITABLE FUND Established by Howard Feiertag, this fund will work in the community. Established by Nathaniel and the late Dorothy support the Warm Hearth Foundation Fund. Back, this fund is designated to support a JOHN A. JAMISON FUND local agency. FUND FOR EDUCATING MINISTERS Established by the Jamison family and by Blue AND MISSIONARIES Ridge Community Services, this fund helps CARROLL E. AND VELLA H. BOWYER Established by the late Samuel B. McGhee, selected clients of Blue Ridge Behavioral CHARITABLE GIFT ANNUITY this fund provides higher education Healthcare pursue educational opportunities. Established by Carroll and Vella Bowyer, this scholarship assistance to students at Union fund will support The Rescue Mission of Theological Seminary and Presbyterian School Roanoke, Inc. of Christian Education to pursue a career as an ordained minister or as a missionary. *New Fund ANNUAL REPORT 2020 | 17 SARA W. JOHNSTON CHARITABLE REMAINDER DOROTHY AND JULIEN MEYER, SR., FUND ANN AND BILL SCHEER FUND ANNUITY TRUSTS Established by the late Julien H. Meyer, Sr., Established by the late Ann and Bill Scheer, Established by Sara W. Johnston, these funds this fund supports capital improvements for this fund supports St. Jude Children’s Research will support organizations of interest to Sara. Temple Emanuel, Roanoke, Virginia. Hospital and Salesian Missions. V. DIANE KELLY FUND FOR FORGOTTEN VICTIMS JULIEN H. MEYER, SR. FUND MELVIN B. SPENCER CHARITABLE GIFT ANNUITIES Established by Elizabeth (Ibby) Greer, this fund Established by the late Julien H. Meyer, Sr., Established by Melvin Spencer, these funds supports the Super Hero Kids Program of Total this fund supports the Roanoke Symphony will support The Rescue Mission of Roanoke, Action for Progress. Orchestra. Inc. BILL AND IRENE KENNEDY FUND BARTON AND MARGARET MORRIS ADMINISTRATIVE TERRY JOAN STEER FUND Established by the late Bill and Irene Kennedy, ENDOWMENT FUND Established by the late Terry Steer, this fund this fund supports nonprofit organizations of Established by the late Margaret and Barton supports Christ Episcopal Church and the interest to the donors and their family. Morris and supported by numerous donors, Episcopal Diocese in Southwest Virginia. this fund helps support the daily administrative SANDY MAC CAMPERSHIP FUND needs of the Foundation and provides an MELVA RUTH WISE STOVALL CHARITABLE GIFT ANNUITY Established in honor of W. Alexander annual challenge to the Foundation’s Board of Established by Melva Ruth Wise Stovall, McEachern, this fund provides camp Governors. this fund will support The Rescue Mission of experiences for youth at UUC youth camps. Roanoke, Inc. THE DOROTHY S. AND WALTER MUIR MEMORIAL FUND THE CONRAD AND CLARA AVRIL MAIER FUND Established through the estate of Walter Muir, MARTHA AND NELSON TEAGUE FUND Established by the late Mary C. Maier, this this fund supports the Roanoke Valley Chess Established by Martha and Nelson Teague, this fund benefits the scholarship program of Club, the Fintel Library at Roanoke College and fund supports the needs of the Child Health Hollins University and may also benefit The the Western Virginia Foundation for the Arts Investment Partnership. Nature Conservancy, Christendom College, and Sciences. and a hospice in the Roanoke Valley. WINGS SCHOLARSHIP FUND BETTY GRUBB AND C.E. NORRIS FUND Established by anonymous donors, this fund DR. NORMAN G. AND DORIS M. MARRIOTT Established by the late Betty Grubb Norris, provides scholarship assistance to Southwest CHARITABLE GIFT ANNUITIES this fund supports Pikeville High School, Virginia Higher Education Center. Established by Norman and Doris Marriott, Pikeville, KY for the school’s C.E. Norris these funds will support The Rescue Mission Scholarship and Girl Scouts of Virginia Skyline CHARLES WHITESCARVER, JR. CHARITABLE of Roanoke, Inc. and Warm Hearth Foundation. Council, Roanoke, VA for The Betty Grubb GIFT ANNUITIES Norris Scholarship Fund. Established by Charles Whitescarver, Jr., CONNIE STEPHENS MAY SCHOLARSHIP FUND these funds will support the Warm Hearth Established by Teresa M. Stowasser, this HOWARD PICARD CHARITABLE GIFT ANNUITY Foundation. fund honors and memorializes her mother’s Established by Howard Picard, this fund will long interest in education by helping worthy support the Warm Hearth Foundation. HENRY L. WOODWARD FUND FOR LEGAL AID SOCIETY students who are resuming or beginning their Established by J. Granger MacFarlane, II and higher education after a lapse of years to LOUIS AND AGNES POPP FUND Anne B. MacFarlane, this fund supports Legal attain their higher education goals. Established through the estate of Louis F. Aid Society of Roanoke Valley. Popp, this fund benefits seven charitable IRIS AND ED MCCALLUM FUND organizations. Established by the late Edward L. McCallum, this fund supports HopeTree Family Services. GEORGE A. AND PAULINE PRUNER ENDOWMENT FUND Established by Pruner Family members, this DEBRA C. MEADE FUND FOR fund supports Lebanon Memorial United UNITED WAY OF ROANOKE VALLEY Methodist Church of Lebanon, Virginia. Established by Debra C. Meade, this fund supports United Way of Roanoke Valley. PULTZ-YOUNG MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT FUND Established by the late James M. Young and Barbara P. Young to honor their parents, this fund supports Presbyterian Community Center. 18 | COMMUNITY FOUNDATION SERVING WESTERN VIRGINIA *New Fund ADVISED FUNDS JAKE ALDRIDGE MEMORIAL FUND BALZER AND ASSOCIATES FUND* AUDREY U. BOGGS FUND GAEL AND SMITH CHANEY FUND Established and advised by Mark Established and advised by Balzer Established and advised by Audrey Established and advised by Gael Aldridge. and Associates, Inc. Boggs. and Smith Chaney. ANONYMOUS FUND BEAU JUSTIN BEASLEY THE JOHN AND MATILDA BRADSHAW DORIS B. CHRISMAN FUND Established by an anonymous CHARITABLE FUND FUND Established by the late Dan A. donor, this fund focuses on Established and advised by Roger Established and advised by John P. Chrisman, this fund supports the education. and Sherry Beasley. and Matilda H. Bradshaw, Jr. History Museum, the Historical Society of Western Virginia, and ANONYMOUS FUND JAMES B. AND JUNE S. BLACKSTOCK BUNDY FAMILY FUND the Raleigh Court United Methodist Established by an anonymous FAMILY FUND Established and advised by Church, and is advised by his son, D. donor. Established and advised by James Patricia and William Bundy. Kent Chrisman. B. and June S. Blackstock. ANONYMOUS FUND BENNETT S. CHANEY FUND THE WILLIAM M. CLAYTOR FAMILY Established by an anonymous THE BLUE MOUNTAIN FUND Established and advised by MEMORIAL FUND donor. Established and advised by Tom and Bennett Chaney. Established through the estate of Mary Evelyn Tielking. William M. Claytor and advised by family members. T H E H . C L A Y G R A V E LY I V M E M O R I A L F U N D “Devoted husband, father, son, brother and Attorney for the City of Martinsville from friend.” This is how many of Clay Gravely’s 2014 to 2017. family and friends describe him. In December Clay met his wife, Jennifer Beeler Gravely in 2017, he died at the age of 40 from colon March 2012. They married in June 2013 and cancer. Because of his commitment to the had their first son, Quinn, in 2016. “Although community and to keep his memory alive, Clay was a public figure as the city’s lead a group of his closest friends and family prosecutor, he was first and foremost a established the H. Clay Gravely IV Memorial family man,” Jennifer said. “He was the best Fund at Community Foundation Serving husband, the best friend, the best supporter Western Virginia. I could have ever imagined. And although he A native of Martinsville, Clay attended Carlisle was a father for only a short time, he was the School before moving to Michigan with his best father I could have hoped for.” family. He graduated from the University of Before he died, Jennifer showed him the first Virginia and the T.C. Williams School of Law at ultrasound pictures and video of their son, the University of Richmond. Brooks, who was born in August 2018. He moved back to Martinsville because he The H. Clay Gravely IV Memorial Fund is loved his hometown and wanted to make perpetual and will help support organizations a difference. He served as an Assistant and programs that he was passionate about Commonwealth’s Attorney before opening such as his favorite activity, fly fishing, as his private law practice, which he managed well as outdoor recreation and education, until his election as Commonwealth’s Attorney preservation of water, lands and natural in 2014. He served as the Commonwealth's resources and live music and entertainment. *New Fund ANNUAL REPORT 2020 | 19 THE CLIFTON FAMILY FUND KATHERINE NELSON FISHBURN H. CLAY GRAVELY IV MEMORIAL FUND community needs with a special Established by Dorothy S. and the FOUNDATION FUND Established by family and friends emphasis on cultural activities, late Orrin W. Clifton and advised Established through transfer of of the late H. Clay Gravely IV and conservation and preservation, by Dotsy. the K. N. Fishburn Foundation, advised by an advisory committee. social services and education as a private foundation, to the advised by Bill Lemon. JOHN D. AND MARY S. COPENHAVER community foundation, this fund THE GRIFFIN FAMILY FUND CHARITABLE FUND provides grants primarily to social Established and advised by CAP’N TIL LESTER FUND Established and advised by Mary S. service, educational and cultural Catherine Griffin. (IN MEMORY OF G.T. “CAP’N TIL” AND Copenhaver. organizations and is advised by LOTTIE SHELTON LESTER) LUCIAN Y. AND JUNE B. GROVE FUND Established and advised by George DENNIS R. AND ELAINE MILAN CRONK family members. Established by the late Lu and W. Lester II. FUND FLEISHER FOUNDATION FUND June Grove and advised by family Established and advised by Dennis Established and advised by Sonny members. MR. AND MRS. SAMUEL B. LONG FUND and Elaine Cronk. Fleisher. Established and advised by Sam HOMETOWN BANK COMMUNITY FUND and Sylvia Long. HARRIET DAVIDSON MEMORIAL FUND THE FLIPPIN FUND Established and advised by Established by the late Sigmund Established and advised by G. HomeTown Bank or its corporate THE MCCLAIN FAMILY CHARITABLE FUND E. Davidson and advised by family Franklin Flippin and Sarah M. successors. Established and advised by Mark members. Copenhaver. McClain. A. ANSON AND THERESA G. JAMISON FUND EVA AND CALVERT DE COLIGNY FUND J. SPENCER AND JOY FRANTZ DONOR Established through the estate of THE MCCLUNG FAMILY FUND Established by the late Eva and ADVISED FUND Theresa G. Jamison. Established and advised by Cathy Z. Calvert G. de Coligny and advised Established and advised by James Ford and James T. McClung, Jr. by Cal. PEGGY JOHNSON HOPE FOR Frantz, Jr. and Robert Frantz. CHILDREN FUND SARA L. AND SAMUEL H. MCGHEE, III FUND THE DEVERTER CHARITABLE FUND SPENCER AND JOY FRANTZ FUND Established by Rudolph and Established by Sara L. and the late Established and advised by John S. Established and advised by J. Maureen Johnson and advised Samuel H. McGhee, III, and advised and Ruth H. DeVerter. Spencer and Joy D. Frantz. by Rudolph, Maureen and family by Sara. members. FRANK T. AND LUCY RUSSELL ELLETT WILLIAM L. FREELAND SR. DEBRA C. MEADE FAMILY FUND FUND MEMORIAL FUND* DAN AND NANCY KARNES FUND Established and advised by Debra Established and advised by Frank Established by the William L. Established and advised by Daniel C. Meade. and Lucy Ellett, this fund supports a Freeland Estate and other members E. and Nancy W. Karnes. wide range of important community THE LYNN AND JULIEN MEYER FUND of the community and advised by JENNIFER KIRBY MEMORIAL FUND Established by the late Julien and needs with a special emphasis on Tyler Freeland. environmental and educational Established and advised by Lynn Meyer and advised by Lynn. issues. F. FULTON GALER FUND The Kroger Company, this fund perpetuates the charitable interests BARTON W. AND MARGARET J. MORRIS Established and advised by Fulton FUND BILL AND DIANE ELLIOT FUND Galer. of The Kroger Company and its late Established and advised by William employee, Jennifer Kirby, through Established by the late Margaret D. and Diane W. Elliot. RAND AND JAN GARRETT FUND annual grants to the community. and Barton Morris and advised by Established and advised by Rand B. Wistar Morris, III and Anna J. KATHERINE ELLIOTT FAMILY FUND and Jan, this fund supports PHILIP C. KISTLER MEMORIAL FUND Morris. Established and advised by programs and agencies which Established by the late Mary Kistler Katherine Elliott. Bickford and advised her children MARSHALL AND MONIKA MUNDY FUND address issues relating to infants Established and advised by and young children, generally but Ashley Kistler, Gene Kistler, Elly DR. BOB AND KAY FINCH FUND Cote and Kathy Craft. Marshall and Monika. Established and advised by not exclusively from prenatal care Dr. Robert D. and Kay B. Finch. through age two. THE STAN AND ELISE LANFORD FAMILY MUSIC EDUCATION FUND* FUND Established by Willy Pierre ALVIN B. FINK MEMORIAL FUND ROBERT E. AND CLYDENNE R. GLENN FUND Jacoebee and Richard C. Established by the late Robert E. Established and advised by Stan Established and advised by Marc and Elise. Henderson, this advised fund and Suzy Fink, this fund is used and Clydenne R. Glenn and advised supports programs that bring to attract and underwrite Jazz by their children. WILLIAM JACOB AND BARBARA INEZ the joy of music to needy children performances at The Jefferson JEAN GLONTZ FOUNDATION FUND BOYLE LEMON FUND in the community. Center, Roanoke, Virginia. Established and advised by Gary E. Established by William J. and Barbara B. Lemon, this fund MY HOMETOWN FUND Glontz. Established and advised by The supports a wide range of important Ramsey Foundation. 20 | COMMUNITY FOUNDATION SERVING WESTERN VIRGINIA *New Fund FRITZ AND DEBORAH OEHLSCHLAEGER B. WILSON PORTERFIELD, JR. THE PETER AND ELFLEDA RING FUND THE ROBERTSON FAMILY FUND FUND FOUNDATION FUND Established by Peter and the late Established by the late Thomas M. Established and advised by Fritz Established by the late Bittle W. Elfleda Ring and advised by Peter. Robertson, Sr. and advised by his and Deborah Oehlschlaeger. Porterfield, III and Charlotte K. children. Porterfield through the transfer ROANOKE GREEK FESTIVAL FUND PHYLLIS AND JIM OLIN FUND of the B. Wilson Porterfield Established and advised by the THE MARTY AND SHERRY ROBISON Established by Phyllis and the late Foundation, a private foundation, Roanoke Greek Festival Committee. FAMILY FUND Jim Olin and advised by Phyllis. to the Community Foundation, this Established by Martin L. and the THE ROANOKE VALLEY GREENWAYS FUND late Sherry R. Robison and advised S. KIME PATSEL FUND fund supports a wide range of Established by Pathfinders for community needs as advised by by Marty. Established and advised by S. Kime Greenways, Inc. and advised by a Patsel. Charlotte K. Porterfield. local Advisory Committee, this fund FRANK W. (BO) ROGERS, JR. FUND THE PRUNER FUND supports local greenways efforts. Established and advised by the NANCY AND BALLARD PINKARD FUND family of Frank W. Rogers, Jr. and Established and advised by Nancy Established by Carol W. and the ROANOKE WOMEN’S FOUNDATION late Robert A. Pruner and advised Woods Rogers, PLC, this fund B. and Ballard F. Pinkard. FOUNDERS FUND supports a wide range of important by Carol. Established by RWF to honor, and DORIS AND ROY R. POLLARD, JR. FUND community and educational needs. ANN CECIL RENICK FUND continue the involvement of, its Established by Doris and the late founding women. ALAN E. RONK EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S Roy Pollard, this fund supports a Established and advised by Ann Cecil Renick. DISCRETIONARY FUND wide range of important community WILLIAM AND MARGARET ROBERTSON Established by the Community needs with a special emphasis on JAMES AND NANCY REVERCOMB FUND FUND Foundation Board of Governors underprivileged children as advised Established by Nancy and the late Established by the late William and and other community members and by Doris and her grandson Cameron Jim Revercomb and advised by Margaret Robertson, and advised advised by Alan E. Ronk. Roberts. Nancy Revercomb. by Margaret and family. EXTR A! EXTR A! READ ALL ABOU T I T! MY HOMETOWN FUND SUPPORTS LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL For the ninth year in a row, the Town of Buchanan welcomed multi-award winning Old Dominion’s lead singer Matthew Ramsey and his fellow singer/songwriter friends for an evening filled with music, laughter, and perhaps most importantly, a spirit of giving. “Nashville Night in Buchanan” is an annual benefit concert to raise money for community needs in the Town. With its growing success year after year, it became apparent to Matthew and his wife Sara, both natives of Botetourt County, that they wanted to find ways to have an even greater impact. In 2019, they established the Ramsey Foundation. Soon thereafter they set up “My Hometown Fund” within the community foundation to support important local community needs in Botetourt. This year, the first grant from My Hometown Fund was awarded to James River High School, the host site for Nashville Night and Matthew’s high school. The $50,000 grant will help purchase band equipment, improve the school’s recording studio, and other important arts projects. *New Fund ANNUAL REPORT 2020 | 21 FRANCES PARKER RUPERT THE SUDAN FUND MEMORIAL FUND FOR MUSIC AND THE Established and advised by PERFORMING ARTS anonymous donors, this fund Established by the late Burdette addresses a wide variety of A. Rupert, Sr. and B.A. Rupert, Jr., important needs and opportunities this fund supports music and arts through grants to eligible charitable organizations in the Alleghany agencies and missions working Highlands region and advised by to serve the peaceable, physical Tammy Scruggs-Duncan. and spiritual needs of Sudanese residents. JIM AND ELIZA SEVERT FUND Established and advised by Jim and NELSON AND CHRISTINA TEAGUE FUND Eliza Severt. Established and advised by Nelson and Christina Teague. CHRISTOPHER SHOUP FUND TO PROMOTE MENTAL HEALTH AND KEN AND SARA TUCK FUND PREVENT SUBSTANCE ABUSE Established and advised by Ken and 03.10.21 Established and advised by Barry L. Sara Tuck. and Cynthia M. Shelor in memory of Christopher Shoup, this fund LEE AND MARY LYNN TUCKER FUND promotes positive mental health Established and advised by Lee and An initiative of Community Foundation and the alleviation, treatment, and Mary Lynn Tucker. Serving Western Virginia prevention of alcohol and substance RALPH JOSEPH WALTERS MEMORIAL FUND abuse in the community. Established and advised by Joe and GIVE WHERE THE SPETZLER FUND Susan Walters, this fund supports a Established by Bert and the wide range of important community late Clarine Spetzler, this fund needs with a special emphasis on young children. YOU LIVE supports a wide range of important community needs with an emphasis MARY AND DOUGLAS WATERS FUND on education and social opportunity Established and advised by Mary as advised by Bert. and Doug Waters. STAVOLA FUND THE BARTON J. AND JACQUELINE B. Established and advised by Tony WILNER FAMILY FUND Roanoke Valley Gives is an initiative and Diane Stavola. Established by Dorothy A. Wilner of Community Foundation Serving and advised by Barton J. and Western Virginia. The goal is to raise Jacqueline B. Wilner. significant funding for participating Roanoke Valley nonprofits in a 24-hour NON - E NDOW E D F UND S period while bringing attention to the work and worth of each participating organization. All donations to The Foundation also administers numerous non-permanent advised Funds. Advised funds enable donors to periodically the participating organizations on this make recommendations for grants to qualified charitable website are tax-deductible. organizations and are structured to make full or significant distributions of principal. rvgives.org Donor advised funds are a great way for parents to involve their children in giving back to the community. By including It’s as easy as POINT-CLICK-GIVE, sons and daughters as fund advisors, they develop a pattern of charitable giving and for as little as $10. lifelong philanthropy. Only on March 10, 2021. 22 | COMMUNITY FOUNDATION SERVING WESTERN VIRGINIA *New Fund GRANTEE ENDOWMENT FUNDS APPLE RIDGE FARM ENDOWMENT FUND PARTNERS FOR SUCCESS FUND Established by Roanoke City Schools. BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY FOUNDATION TRUST Established through the generosity of Bud and Brenda Hilton to PLANNED PARENTHOOD HEALTH SYSTEMS, INC. FUND encourage others to protect and preserve the Blue Ridge Parkway. PRESBYTERIAN COMMUNITY CENTER FUND THE SHIRLEY AND CABELL BRAND FUND (FOR TAP) Established by TAP through the support of nearly 200 individuals, SUZANNE R. RANSON ENDOWMENT FOR HOSPICE EXCELLENCE corporations, foundations and organizations in honor of Cabell Brand's Established through the generosity of Dr. and Mrs. George K. Bowers long service to the community. and two anonymous donors. CHARITY LEAGUE OF MARTINSVILLE AND HENRY COUNTY FUND THE RESCUE MISSION FUND The following funds were established as Charitable Gift Annuities to CHIP OF ROANOKE VALLEY FUND benefit The Rescue Mission Fund: Stella M. and Grover C. Agee Fund THE WALTER P. DUNGAN LITERACY FUND, LITERACY VOLUNTEERS OF ROANOKE VALLEY Richard Allfather and Julia M. Horner Fund Thomas L. Ayers Fund HISTORIC FINCASTLE, INC. ENDOWMENT FUND Lillien S. Brown Fund Burt C. Horne, Jr. Fund HISTORY MUSEUM & HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF WESTERN VIRGINIA'S Walter M. Lockett Fund DAVID H. BURROWS ENDOWMENT FUND Mary H. Milan Fund Established by the Museum through the generosity of David Burrows to Betty D. and Jimmy T. Moore Fund support the Crystal Spring Pumping Station. Mabel R. Naff Fund Nancy B. Robertson Fund HISTORY MUSEUM & HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF WESTERN VIRGINIA KEGLEY PUBLICATION FUND ROANOKE ADVENTIST PREPARATORY SCHOOL ENDOWMENT FUND Established by the Museum through the generosity of the Kegley family to support the Kegley Publication Fund. ROANOKE AREA MINISTRIES FUND HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF W. VA — VINYARD-SHOWALTER ROANOKE VALLEY ACADEMY OF MEDICINE FOUNDATION Established by the Museum through the generosity of W. Darnall Vinyard to inspire others to provide endowment resources for the long-term ROANOKE VALLEY S.P.C.A. ENDOWMENT FUND benefit of the agency. THE BARBARA B. LEMON FUND FOR THE BLUE RIDGE LAND CONSERVANCY UNITED WAY OF ROANOKE VALLEY, INC. FUND MARTINSVILLE CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS ENDOWMENT FUND WARM HEARTH FOUNDATION FUND The following funds were established as Charitable Gift Annuities to MARTINSVILLE HENRY COUNTY FAMILY YMCA ENDOWMENT FUND benefit Warm Hearth: Lee B. Brown Fund MILL MOUNTAIN THEATRE FUND Kenneth L. Murdock OPERA ROANOKE FUND FOR PERFORMANCE AND EDUCATION *New Fund ANNUAL REPORT 2020 | 23 ROA NOK E WOMEN’S F OUNDAT ION The Roanoke Women’s Foundation celebrated its 15th anniversary this year. Co-founded in 2004 by Ginny Jarrett and Katherine Elliott, RWF helps women become philanthropic leaders. This year’s roster included 180 women who agreed to the group’s annual commitment of $2,100 ($2,000 of which is tax-deductible and goes towards grantmaking). The RWF focuses on giving grants to support critical needs, new ventures, capital campaigns, operating expenses and innovative approaches to solving problems. For more information or to become a RWF member visit www.roanokewomensfoundation.org. To date, the RWF has awarded $3,811,500 to benefit the community. Nancy Agee Pat H. Davidson Ann McGee Green Carol Marand Melissa Robinson Brenda W. Anderson Sherry Davidson Catherine Greenberg Patricia Marlowe Diane Rosenberg Sandra Andrew Mary Robertson Delaney Karli Spetzler Griffeth Ann H. Martyn Sally Rugaber Victoria Armentrout Nancy Dixon Bee Grundlehner Gwendolyn W. Mason Molly Rutherfoord Ginger Ashton Ruth Alden Doan Maureen Guelzow Rosemary Maxwell Penny Schwarz Robin E. Bagby, DDS Hoye Duckworth Ann Hackworth Mary McBurney Janet Scott Katherine R. Baker Julia Dudley Mary Harshfield Debra McClure Linda Shiner Azziza Bankole Kay Dunkley Cheri Hartman Brenda McDaniel Brandie Skibinski Cynthia Barnhart Kimberly Dunsmore Carolyn H’Doubler Deborah McDonald Judie Snipes Donna Batzel Heather H. Ellett Betsy Head Sheryl McNally Donna Speas Margaret Beazley Lucy Ellett Doris Higginbotham Suzan Merten Joanne Spetzler Gretchen Beedle Diane Elliot Hetty T. Hoyt Kathleen Milward Lee Stanley Vickie Bibee Katherine Elliott Carol Huffman Donna L. Mitchell Vicki Stauffer Katie Bower Kelly Ellis Ginny Jarrett Monica Monday Kathy Graves Stockburger Joan Boyd Dawn Erdman Robyn Johnsen Ann Muir Moomaw Audrey Stone Jenny Bradley Dana Esworthy Bonnie G. Johnson Ellen Morgan Cathy Jo W. Swanson Trudy V. Brailsford Lucy Farrell Pat Johnson Betty Carr Muse Joanne B. Thornhill Betty M. Branch Sibyl Fishburn Katie Jones Clara J. Nash Suzanne Thorniley Karen Crush Branch Doreen Fishwick Charlotte McNulty Kagey Carolyn G. Nolan Isabel Thornton Ginny Brobeck Helen Fitzpatrick Rosalee Kaplan Shelley Nolan Stuart Trinkle Mary Lou Bruce Luann Fitzpatrick Renate Kemp Mary North Kim Turner Terri H. Bryant Louise Forsyth Kathy Kerkering Mary Nottingham Jennie Vogel Alice Burlinson Connor Fralin Jacqueline Kinder Sue Nussbaum Rachel Vogeley Martha M. Call Cynthia Fralin C. Shireen Kirk Yvonne S. Olson Debbie Watts Brooke Carnevali Katherine Fralin Susan Koch Kate Parker Owen Weaver Meg Carter Janet Frantz Pamela D. Kreger Anne Perrin Jean Whitaker Elizabeth Chilton Joy D. Frantz Kathleen Kronau Debbie Petrine Betsy Whitney Diana Christopulos Sherry Frantz Karen N. Kuehl Karen Pillis Terra Wiley Rebecca Clark Susan P. Frantz Elise Lanford Charlotte Porterfield Marilyn Johnson Williams Vickie Clarke Sandra Friedlander Judy Largen Douglas Powell Nikki Williams Katharine Claytor Linda D. Frith Susan Leivy, MD Julia Prickett Mary Ann Wine Dotsy Clifton Jan Garrett MaryJean R. Levin Carol Pruner Libba Wolfe Karen Cole Ann Hauser Garst Angie Link Melanie Prusakowski Ann Marie Wood Sarah Copenhaver Teresa K. George Sharon Litz Gail Quinn Tina Wood Elaine M. Cronk Sally Godsey Dawn Long Carolyn Rakes Lee Woody Barbara Dalhouse Katrina A. Goode Deena Lugar Ann Richardson 24 | COMMUNITY FOUNDATION SERVING WESTERN VIRGINIA WOMEN IN PHIL A N T HROPY The Women In Philanthropy (WIP) giving group celebrated its 11th anniversary this year. For fiscal year 2020, the group consisted of 94 women who agreed to the $500 annual commitment. To date, WIP has awarded $373,000 and holds an endowment totaling over $70,000. Caren Tobin Aaron Nancy B. Davis Judith S. Garland Katherine W. Long Eliza H. Severt Nancy Baker Nicole DeShon-Nelson Jo Grayson Lanie Loos Elizabeth R. Sibbick Carolyn E. Baptist Jill G. Dickens Tracie Heavner Merlow D. Luttrell Irma H. Smart Theresa Bechtel Mary Kate Dillon Vickie S. Helmstutler Anne V. Madonia Kimberly Kiser Snyder Clarke S. Beckner Imogene H. Draper Peggy W. Hollander Cathy Martin Catherine R. Stone Page B. Beeler Margie B. Eason Elizabeth M. Holsinger Charlotte W. McClain Tracy E. Tate Jennifer Bowles Cindy King Edgerton Lori Hornsby Tonie S. McMillan Lorrie Teegen Ann Harper Cardwell Sarah C. Fain Linda W. Isley Phyllis H. Mitchell Julie Hairfield Thomas Pamela D. Caudill Martha B. Farrell Cecelia R. Johnson Janet D. Mohr Ellen Thomason Gael Marshall Chaney Ann Favero Joanna N. Jones Linda B. Moore Deborah Toms Ruth Groves Chaney* Bonnie Favero Mallory C. Joyce Susan W. Pannill Elizabeth M. Walker Beverley Coleman Elaine D. Ferrill Deborah F. Kaufman Nancy Philpott Stuart Webster Sandra L. Coleman Helen H. Flythe Carole G. Kiser Betty Barnes Pigg Phyllia Wenkstern Martha S. Cooper Sandra T. Ford Lynn H. Korff Christine B. Poirier Patricia S. Wilson Rebecca Williams Crabtree Karen L. Franklin Amy Pace Lampe Lauren S. Prince Roslyn H. Wingett Susan Critz Marsha Elaine Frith Elizabeth W. Lester Carol A. Stone Rebman* Julia A. Work Ruth R. Dandridge Paige D. Frith J.D. Lester Lewis S. Riddle Judith N. Dashoff Linda H. Gale Margaret E. Lester Ann Reaser Lucy H. Davis Marty J. Gardner Susan Lester Jennifer A. Reis WOMEN IN PHILANTHROPY GRANTS AWARDED • Piedmont Virginia Dental Health Foundation received $10,000 for its Community Dental Clinic in Martinsville. The clinic offers quality dental care to the uninsured and low income population in our community. • United Way of MHC received $10,000 to sponsor over 370 children in the Dolly Parton Imagination Library. The Library provides a monthly book for children from birth to 5 years old. • Grace Network received $12,000 for its Crisis Intervention program which provides financial assistance to needy, at-risk families. • MHC Family YMCA received $12,000 to purchase a new bus to transport YMCA child care participants. *Deceased ANNUAL REPORT 2020 | 25
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