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  • We’ve actually been in the Keys since 1981.The bottom bullet really means that we’re trying hard to run things like a business. By measurable outcomes there I mean I’m starting to focus us on, for instance at the food pantries: are we reducing the cost per pound of food that the pantry purchases? Right now, we have several food pantries in operation throughout the keys and the demand has risen drastically. Right now, only one of these is getting funding from United Way, and we are offering these food pantries a source of funding but only if they can work together to bring down the cost of food per pound, and use common distribution networks so we increase the reliability of food transport and can decrease the cost of distribution for every pantry.
  • We’ve actually been in the Keys since 1981.The bottom bullet really means that we’re trying hard to run things like a business. By measurable outcomes there I mean I’m starting to focus us on, for instance at the food pantries: are we reducing the cost per pound of food that the pantry purchases? Right now, we have several food pantries in operation throughout the keys and the demand has risen drastically. Right now, only one of these is getting funding from United Way, and we are offering these food pantries a source of funding but only if they can work together to bring down the cost of food per pound, and use common distribution networks so we increase the reliability of food transport and can decrease the cost of distribution for every pantry.
  • Wesley House for example is a good example of this leveraging. For every dollar we bring them through our campaign they can pull down $16 in state and federal matching funds.We also go through each applicant agency’s financial such as the IRS Form 990, and look closely at the administrative overhead ratio, as well as whether there is duplication of efforts between agencies.
  • Wesley House for example is a good example of this leveraging. For every dollar we bring them through our campaign they can pull down $16 in state and federal matching funds.We also go through each applicant agency’s financial such as the IRS Form 990, and look closely at the administrative overhead ratio, as well as whether there is duplication of efforts between agencies.
  • Wesley House for example is a good example of this leveraging. For every dollar we bring them through our campaign they can pull down $16 in state and federal matching funds.We also go through each applicant agency’s financial such as the IRS Form 990, and look closely at the administrative overhead ratio, as well as whether there is duplication of efforts between agencies.
  • Wesley House for example is a good example of this leveraging. For every dollar we bring them through our campaign they can pull down $16 in state and federal matching funds.We also go through each applicant agency’s financial such as the IRS Form 990, and look closely at the administrative overhead ratio, as well as whether there is duplication of efforts between agencies.
  • Wesley House for example is a good example of this leveraging. For every dollar we bring them through our campaign they can pull down $16 in state and federal matching funds.We also go through each applicant agency’s financial such as the IRS Form 990, and look closely at the administrative overhead ratio, as well as whether there is duplication of efforts between agencies.
  • This is our current list of agencies. We are planning to double our revenue over the next three years, so we have more to work with to enable real change in our focus areas. We will still fund these agencies over the next three years, but we are moving toward something like an RFP for services but where service providers show us how their program can help meet the community needs and then we have reporting mechanisms in place where they check in with us and show us their measurable results. This also helps incentivize those agencies to work together which should reduce duplication of efforts.
  • I do want to acknowledge your support of United Way to date. (Speak about what you know again of their participation with United Ways as a nationwide business or as a local supporter of UWFK. Acknowledge their known community service. Check the donor list and see if they are top contributors for 2009. This list does not include all donors, just biggest ones so add the site you are visiting to the bottom of the list if they are not on it and they were a donor in 2009. This list is in order of how much they donated, with BB&T donating $5000 last year and Publix $58,000.) This is not an exhaustive list, just a few of the top donors.
  • We fund our non-profits primarily through the workplace campaign, where payroll deductions of very small amounts, even say $5 a paycheck, for an individual can add up when pooled with lots of others.We are planning a Day of Caring event for January 17th so stay tuned, and contact us or fill in your email address on your pledge form if you want to be on out mailing list for local fundraising events and volunteer opportunities such as this.
  • We fund our non-profits primarily through the workplace campaign, where payroll deductions of very small amounts, even say $5 a paycheck, for an individual can add up when pooled with lots of others.We are planning a Day of Caring event for January 17th so stay tuned, and contact us or fill in your email address on your pledge form if you want to be on out mailing list for local fundraising events and volunteer opportunities such as this.
  • We fund our non-profits primarily through the workplace campaign, where payroll deductions of very small amounts, even say $5 a paycheck, for an individual can add up when pooled with lots of others.We are planning a Day of Caring event for January 17th so stay tuned, and contact us or fill in your email address on your pledge form if you want to be on out mailing list for local fundraising events and volunteer opportunities such as this.
  • We fund our non-profits primarily through the workplace campaign, where payroll deductions of very small amounts, even say $5 a paycheck, for an individual can add up when pooled with lots of others.We are planning a Day of Caring event for January 17th so stay tuned, and contact us or fill in your email address on your pledge form if you want to be on out mailing list for local fundraising events and volunteer opportunities such as this.
  • We fund our non-profits primarily through the workplace campaign, where payroll deductions of very small amounts, even say $5 a paycheck, for an individual can add up when pooled with lots of others.We are planning a Day of Caring event for January 17th so stay tuned, and contact us or fill in your email address on your pledge form if you want to be on out mailing list for local fundraising events and volunteer opportunities such as this.
  • Thanks so much for your time and support. Do you have any questions?
  • United Way of the Florida Keys 2012 - New

    1. 1. United Way of the Florida Keys
    2. 2. United Way of the Florida Keys
    3. 3. Creating Opportunities in the Keys for a BetterLife - for 30 Years! United Way of the Florida Keys • Your independent 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, based in Monroe County, Florida since 1981 • A member of United Way Worldwide keysunitedway.org 3
    4. 4. Our Mission United Way of the Florida Keys Our Mission: Leader in Community Caring Our Vision: Build and Support Strong Working Families by Focusing on: •Access to Quality, Nutritious Food •Early Childhood and Youth Development keysunitedway.org 4
    5. 5. Board of Directors United Way of the Florida Keys Lower Keys Middle Keys Upper Keys Andy Griffiths Candy Fincke Leah Maki Andy Griffiths Charters Mariners Hospital Sotheby’s Int. Realty Dale Bittner Trich Worthington Erin OHara B.B.&T Iberia Bank Publix Rebecca Horan John Spain Kara Lundgren Atlanta Pacific Insurance Keys Event Management Hampton Inn & Suites Mindy McKenzie Ron Smith Nikki Dunn Samuel’s House, Inc. Hawks Cay Resort Marketing Consultant Arianna Nesbitt Col. Rick Ramsay Sergio Garcia Healthy Start Coalition Undersheriff AT&T John Emery Mike Puto Maria Jones Lower Keys Medical Center Govt. Consultant Florida Keys Electric Coop Wayne Markham Tim Maloney Keynoter / The Reporter Publix District Manager keysunitedway.org
    6. 6. Did You Know? United Way of the Florida Keys In Monroe County, the number of students qualifying for free and/or reduced meals increased 24 percent from 2008 to 2011 keysunitedway.org
    7. 7. Did You Know? United Way of the Florida Keys The Cost of Living Index for Monroe County is 141.8, well above Florida’s average of 100, so parents working more than one job still struggle to provide for their children. keysunitedway.org
    8. 8. Did You Know? United Way of the Florida Keys• Florida is home to 25% of our nation’s homeless children• Over 300 children attending Monroe County schools are homeless• Half of homeless children are under the age of 6, so the actual number of homeless kids in the Keys is much greater keysunitedway.org
    9. 9. Why Give to Us? United Way of the Florida Keys Money raised in the Keys stays in the Keys  Your gift is highly leveraged through matching state, federal and corporate grants.  Every $1 you give to United Way of the Florida Keys can become up to $16 for a non-profit program in Monroe County. keysunitedway.org
    10. 10. Why Give to Us?• Your United Way of the Florida Keys investment is diversified across many non-profits• We have an empirical, transparent process to carefully select the best programs each year keysunitedway.org
    11. 11. Agencies Funded in 2012-13 United Way of the Florida Keys Food: Kids: • KAIR Food Pantry • YMCA of the Upper Keys • Burton Memorial Church Food • Boys & Girls Clubs of the Keys Pantry • Wesley House Family Services • Star of the Sea Food Pantry • Marathon Recreation Center • Grace Jones Backpack Program • Florida Keys Outreach Coalition • MARC • Girl Scout Council of Tropical Florida • Florida Keys Children’s Shelter • Anchors Aweigh Safety Net Services: • Domestic Abuse Shelter • American Red Cross • Womankind • Helpline -- 211 • Boy Scouts keysunitedway.org
    12. 12. The 2012 Campaign United Way of the Florida Keys August 2012 – May 2013 The Goal: Increase Participation in Your Workplace How You Can Help: Give. Advocate. Volunteer. keysunitedway.org
    13. 13. 1. Publix Supermarkets - $72,9162. Mariners Hospital - $22,0003. Monroe County Schools - $18,9924. Hawks Cay Resort - $14,565 United Way of the Florida Keys5. Bank of America - $13,4816. AT & T - $13,4747. Iberia Bank - $13,3718. Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority - $9,9109. Florida Keys Electric Cooperative - $9,88010. Florida Power & Light - $9,517 Top Campaigns in 201111. United Parcel Service - $8,17312. Monroe County Employees - $6,18013. State Employees - $5,87214. Keys Energy - $5,04415. Federal Employees - $426116. Comcast - $3,92317. Florida Keys Mosquito Control - $3,56718. IBM - $3,39019. Capital Bank - $2,28020. Raymond James - $2,242 keysunitedway.org
    14. 14. How You Can Help United Way of the Florida Keys Giving Opportunities • Payroll Deductions • Monthly Giving by Checking Account or Credit Card • One-Time Special Gifts • Planned Gifts keysunitedway.org 14
    15. 15. United Way of the Florida Keys Leadership Givers• Be recognized at our annual meeting in August 2013• Receive a special pin• Your name will be listed in the local newspapers Emerging Leader $500+ Leadership Donor $1000 Alexis De Tocqueville Society $10,000+ keysunitedway.org 15
    16. 16. Special Recognition United Way of the Florida Keys Emerging Leader $500+ $19.23/paycheck bi-weekly $9.62/paycheck weekly Leadership Donor $1000 $38.46/paycheck bi-weekly $19.23/paycheck weekly If you are a current donor, THANK YOU! Please consider increasing your gift to become a Leadership donor. keysunitedway.org 16
    17. 17. Other Ways to HelpVolunteer United Way of the Florida Keys• Join our Marketing Committee• Make Presentations Like This One• Be a Part of Our Community Investment Committee in January 2013. Help Decide Which Non-Profits Will Receive 2013-14 Funding• Hold an Event with Proceeds Benefiting the United Way of the Florida Keys keysunitedway.org 17
    18. 18. Other Ways to Help United Way of the Florida Keys Follow us, Share, Tweet…Spread the Word! @keysunitedway facebook.com/keysunitedway keysunitedway.org 18
    19. 19. United Way of the Florida Keys
    20. 20. Thank You for Your Time! United Way of the Florida Keys Contact: Margie Smith Presidentpresident@keysunitedway.org (305) 735-1929 keysunitedway.org

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