About Us

Founded in 1999, as a faith-based nonprofit community development corporation, Operation New Hope has maintained a two-pronged business model vital to sustaining broken urban communities – the development of affordable housing and successful workforce and family reintegration of ex-offenders.

History

In 1998, Operation New Hope President, Kevin Gay awoke to a charge of becoming part of a movement aimed at giving back, a movement rooted in community and faith, a lasting movement. The charge steered him to Jacksonville’s Historic Springfield, a community foreign to him but one rich with history. Springfield’s architectural landscape was an amazement he had never witnessed. Yet, his amazement was trumped by the neighborhood’s more than 30-year struggle with crime, homelessness, disrepair, poverty and drugs.

Operation New Hope HistoryKevin was immediately compelled to restore the stately architecture and restore the neighborhood’s pride. As Kevin’s vision began to take shape, his eyes were widened to the residents and occupants of Springfield; many were in a state of hopelessness, seemingly empty and broken. Quickly, reality unveiled itself – restoring the homes would certainly displace many of the residents, potentially worsening their lives. Kevin’s vision evolved; he wove together a project committed to rebuilding lives and restoring communities – one home and one life at a time. Kevin’s vision became Operation New Hope.

During its infancy, Operation New Hope traversed many barriers and obstacles: skeptical onlookers, funding shortages and equipment theft. Searching for balance between the community and his efforts, Kevin initiated a strategy of employing neighborhood residents as craftsmen and laborers.  Unknown to Kevin, his efforts in bringing together a community lost to blight, poverty and outright neglect soon would capture the attention of the most powerful office in the world.

In June 2003, President G.W. Bush and the Department of Labor’s Center for Faith-based and Community Initiatives selected ONH as the national model for the Ready4Work program.

The designation afforded ONH the opportunity to provide additional support services: case management, job placement and career development along with matching mentors.

Operation New Hope, the brainchild of Kevin Gay, opened in November 1999, and continues to function as a Community Development Corporation. To date, ONH is responsible for building and restoring more than 80 homes throughout the Historic Springfield and Eastside neighborhoods, and works in concert with community organizations to provide assistance to those requiring treatment for chemical dependency, clothing and shelter, educational training and employment.

Operation New Hope is poised to develop, replicate and implement its Ready4Work model as a Community Development Corporation throughout the nation. The model will provide faltering communities and people in struggling situations a renewed chance at life, a renewed sense of being and a restored sense of purpose.

Mission

Operation New Hope is dedicated to providing individuals and families with opportunities and tools necessary to rebuild their lives and restore communities through sustainable economic development initiatives.

Vision

We envision a world where anyone can rebuild their life and help restore their community.

Core Values

Honest, respectful and forthright in action, adhering to the highest ethical standards.

A willingness to listen and learn allows for community partnerships, builds collective capabilities and creates all-inclusive environments.

Passionate and committed to protecting the trust of our communities, unyielding with the desire to achieve and advance our mission.

Believe everything is possible, everyone is valuable and anyone can make a difference.

 

 

Ready4Work

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Ready4Work

Featured in Time Magazine

President and Key Leadership

Kevin T. Gay

Kevin T. Gay

President and CEO

Kevin Gay, a native of Jacksonville and a graduate of the University of Florida, is an entrepreneur and community leader with a devout commitment to North Florida. Operating for more than 15 years in the for-profit world as a business and corporate officer, Kevin chose to remove himself in 1999 and focus on creating a new model for community development. The model he envisioned and created is Operation New Hope, a Jacksonville-based CDC bent on restoring blighted urban neighborhoods and its citizens struggling with poverty’s trappings

For more than 10 years Kevin has acted as the President and CEO for Operation New Hope, and Ready4Work since its inception in 2003. Kevin’s work in Springfield caught the attention of President George W. Bush, providing the opportunity for Kevin, and ONH, to pilot the Ready4Work program, aimed at assisting ex-offenders with reentering the community—something Kevin had been doing inadvertently for four years.

Kevin’s leadership allowed Operation New Hope and Ready4Work to solidify itself as a bedrock institution in Jacksonville and as a nationally respected CDC. In 2003, Kevin was nominated by the City of Jacksonville for a Neighborhoods USA award, for which he, along with nine others, received the prestigious NUSA Notables Award; previous winners include Willard Scott and Oprah Winfrey. The same year Kevin received the first of three invitations to the White House. And in 2007, President Bill Clinton, in the book “Giving,” cited Kevin for his work with prisoner re-entry.

Kevin’s commitment to the community extends back to 1993 and Reconcile Jacksonville, an initiative born from the desire to blend communities through church and racial integration.  Kevin is a founding member of Reconcile Jacksonville.

Kevin has served on more than 15 civic boards including, then President-Elect Obama’s Advisory Council, and currently serves on Florida’s Department of Corrections Prisoner Re-entry Advisory Board.

Kevin was the only CEO of a non-profit to be awarded the title of “Ultimate CEO” from the Jacksonville Business Journal in 2013 and is in the 2015 Leadership Jacksonville Class.

Terri Foreman

Chief Administrative Officer

Terri Foreman, a native of Jacksonville, holds a Bachelor of Arts in accounting from the University of North Florida, an MBA from the University of Phoenix and is a Certified Public Accountant. Terri’s professional career began in the 1980s as a Training Coordinator for the Florida Times-Union, and in 1994 she founded Foreman Accounting Service; an accounting, tax preparation and consulting firm. In 1997, Terri accepted an offer from the Federal Reserve Bank of Jacksonville as the Senior Check Processor and in 1998 she was recruited to serve as the Staff Accountant for the Jacksonville Symphony Association. And in 2002, when Community Development Corporations were undergoing an expansive movement, Terri began a long-standing relationship with Operation New Hope.

From 2002 to 2004, Terri served as the Financial Manager for Operation New Hope, overseeing program budgets, employee payroll, tax accounting and general operating costs. Terri embraced all challenges and opportunities with excellence, expanding her working knowledge and skill set. Terri was called away from her role at Operation New Hope in 2004 but returned in 2006, where her valuable and highly-sought skills afforded her the ability to expand her position and within one year became the Director of Finance.   In 2010 she also took on the role of Director of Human Resources and in August of 2011 became the Chief Financial Officer.

Terri 2014 Business Journal’s “Ultimate CFO” Award Winner.

Robert Ian Ownby

Director of Housing Development

Robert’s career in construction and development began in 1997 while working with a residential construction company, providing affordable housing in Green Cove Springs, Florida. In 2005, Robert expanded his experience by taking a position with an escrow and title company dealing with property liens, clearing land titles and assisting clients with the interpretation and navigation of land use and zoning laws. While maintaining full-time employment, Robert attended the University of North Florida, graduating in 2007 with a Bachelor’s degree in building construction management. Robert’s affiliation with Operation New Hope began with an internship, a requirement from UNF, extending through his graduation. Through an extension of expertise, a willingness to learn and a hands-on approach, Robert accepted the position of Project Manager, directly upon graduation. To date Robert has assisted with developing more than 25 projects throughout Historic Springfield and East Jacksonville, including the construction of the first LEED certified home in Northeast Florida. Robert’s involvement with property acquisition, development and sales has been invaluable, and in 2010 he was named Housing Development Manager.  As his role continued to expand, in August of 2011 Robert was promoted to the Director of Housing Development further bringing value to the department and organization.

Brittany Anthony

Director of Fund Development

A Florida native, Jacksonville has been Brittany Anthony’s home since she moved here to attend the University of North Florida.

Brittany has a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of North Florida and is a well-rounded professional with experience in sales and marketing, event-planning, communications and development. After leaving the for-profit world for the more satisfying work of not-for-profit, she has proven to have success in this industry.

Brittany started her non profit career with the Jacksonville Public Library Foundation which is responsible for the new Downtown Library and the 2 day celebrity author event Much Ado About Books.  As a Fundraising Coordinator at the Muscular Dystrophy Association, Brittany’s responsibilities included planning, implementation and execution of all types of fundraising events ranging from corporate, to member driver to community based.

Brittany is currently the Director of Fund Development for Operation New Hope and oversees the organizations communications.  She works closely with the executive leadership team to leveraging her nonprofit experience for those it serves. She has a strong affinity for this community and represented it well as a former Jacksonville Jaguars Cheerleader and is on the Board of Directors of the Professional Cheerleaders Alumni Foundation. Brittany is also apart of the Women’s Giving Alliance Delores Barr Weaver Fellow, 2015 Inaugural Class.

Bill Carroll

Ready4Work Program Director

Bill, for much of his career, served at the senior level for some of the nation’s largest firms: Senior Vice-President for General Electric, Executive Vice-President/Sales and Marketing for Radian Guaranty, Senior Vice President/Division Manager for Florida National Bank and President of South Carolina Mortgage Co., a subsidiary of South Carolina National Bank.

Today, Bill serves as the Director of the Ready4Work Program for Operation New Hope, an organization dedicated to improving urban communities through investing in its residents.  Bill’s background has afforded him the skills necessary to help create community relationships, asking people not to invest in business, but in people, not for financial investment but the investment of time.  For more than two years, Bill has acted as a keystone figure with Operation New Hope, bridging the needs of a community with those willing to invest in the community.

Bill is an ordained deacon in the Episcopal Diocese of Florida and serves as Co-Chair of the Commission on Prison and Related Ministries for the Diocese.

Board

Mac Auguste

Retired Senior Financial Executive, Rayonier, Inc.
Better known as Mac, Mr. Auguste recently retired from Rayonier as Treasurer of the company with sales in excess of $1 Billion.
Why I chose to serve on the board of Operation New Hope:
Mac joined the Board of Directors of Operation New Hope (ONH) in 2014. He joined the ONH Board because he was impressed with our programs and to honor a mutual friend and ONH donor, Sherry Murray. Mac is a past Board Member of the Jacksonville Urban League and Jacksonville Speech & Hearing. He currently serves on the Board of one of ONH’s “Breaking the Cycle” partner organizations, MaliVai Washington Youth Foundation.
Mac graduated in 1976 with a Bachelor of Business Administration (Magna Cum Laude) from the Bernard M. Baruch College of the City University of New York. In 1979, he acquired his Master of Business Adminstration degree from Pace University in New York City. 

 

Lester Bass

The Honorable Lester B. Bass
Fourth Judicial Circuit
Judge Bass currently serves as a County Judge in the Fourth Judicial Circuit. Before being appointed by Governor Rick Scott in 2014, judge Bass served the Fourth Judicial Circuit since 2003 as General Magistrate/Hearing Officer and Civil Traffic Hearing Officer. He handled Dependency cases involving children who have been abused, abandoned, and/or neglected. He is most proud of his work with the Duval County Dependency Drug Court in which he works with parents struggling to defeat their drug addictions and reunite their families, and his work with the Independent Living Court for teens aging out of Foster Care. Magistrate Bass also conducts Baker Act hearings, Marchman Act hearings, and Civil Traffic Violations hearings.
A native of Durham, North Carolina, he is a graduate of Duke University and University of North Carolina School of Law. His past work in public interest law includes: Staff Attorney with Jacksonville Area Legal Aid; Assistant State Attorney with the Office of State Attorney, Fourth Judicial Circuit; and Assistant Public Defender with the Office of the Public Defender, Thirteenth Judicial Circuit. His former private practice includes work with the law offices of Bivens, Jones and Associates; and Murray and Bass, P.A. He has served as District Chairman for Mohawk District—Boy Scouts of America, former Board Member for the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America – Northeast Florida Chapter, and former Member of the Supreme Court Task Force on Treatment-Based Drug Courts. He has also served as former member and chairman of the Civil Service Board, City of Jacksonville. He is active in the Florida Family Law Inn of Court, Florida Association of Drug Court Professionals, National Association of Drug Court Professionals, Leadership Jacksonville (Class of 2009), D.W. Perkins Bar Association, and the Jacksonville Bar Association.
He is happily married to Selena Webster-Bass. They have three wonderful children: Spencer, Trinity, and Micah. He and his family are members and worship at Celebration Church. In his spare time, Magistrate Bass enjoys studying history, politics, and space exploration.
Why I chose to serve on the board of Operation New Hope:
He has served on the Board of Directors of Operation New Hope (ONH) since January 2010. He joined the ONH Board because it gives him the opportunity to further his calling to serve the underprivileged and disenfranchised of the Jacksonville community.

Quinn Bell

Retired from Suddath, CEO
Quinn was the former Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Suddath Companies. Quinn was instrumental in leading Suddath into what is now one of the largest moving and storage enterprises in the nation. Since 1982, the year after Suddath joined the United Van Line system; it has consistently ranked among United’s top three revenue producers.
Quinn’s other passion is the community in which he lives. Quinn is the past Chair of the charitable foundations—Operation New Hope and the Metro Kids Konnection. He is a past member of the Board of Governors of the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce; a past Board Member of the Jacksonville Zoo; and a member and past Chairman of the University Club. Other previous civic activities have included the Rotary Club and past Board Member for St. Vincent’s Medical Center.

Kevin T. Gay

President and CEO
Kevin Gay, a native of Jacksonville and a graduate of the University of Florida, is an entrepreneur and community leader with a devout commitment to North Florida. Operating for more than 15 years in the for-profit world as a business and corporate officer, Kevin chose to remove himself in 1999 and focus on creating a new model for community development. The model he envisioned and created is Operation New Hope, a Jacksonville-based CDC bent on restoring blighted urban neighborhoods and its citizens struggling with poverty’s trappings.
For more than 10 years Kevin has acted as the President and CEO for Operation New Hope, and Ready4Work since its inception in 2003. Kevin’s work in Springfield caught the attention of President George W. Bush, and provided an opportunity for Kevin, and ONH, to pilot the Ready4Work program, aimed at assisting ex-offenders with reentering the community—something Kevin had been doing inadvertently for four years.
Kevin’s leadership allowed Operation New Hope and Ready4Work to solidify itself as a bedrock institution in Jacksonville and as a nationally respected CDC. In 2003, Kevin was nominated by the City of Jacksonville for a Neighborhoods USA award, for which he, along with nine others, received the prestigious NUSA Notables Award; previous winners include Willard Scott and Oprah Winfrey. The same year Kevin received the first of three invitations to the White House. And in 2007, President Bill Clinton, in the book “Giving,” cited Kevin for his work with prisoner re-entry.
Kevin’s commitment to the community extends back to 1993 and Reconcile Jacksonville, an initiative born from the desire to blend communities through church and racial integration.  Kevin is a founding member of Reconcile Jacksonville.
Kevin has served on more than 15 civic boards including, then President-Elect Obama’s Advisory Council, and currently serves on Florida’s Department of Corrections Prisoner Re-entry Advisory Board.

L. Kinder Cannon III

Retired Partner, Holland & Knight LLP
L. Kinder (Kin) Cannon III has been a Florida attorney since 1967.  He retired from the active practice of law  in 2013, but remains a senior partner of Holland & Knight LLP, where he practiced for 23 years.  For the last decade of his active law practice, Kin served as General Counsel of Holland & Knight, a national law firm with offices throughout the U.S. as well as in Mexico and Colombia.  Prior to that time, he was a business lawyer whose practice was concentrated in corporate finance and securities law.  Kin’s professional experience was augmented by service for two years as a business executive responsible for corporate development and marketing.
Kin’s professional recognitions include: inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America, Chambers USA, and Florida Legal Elite (Florida Trend magazine); AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell; Fellow of the American Bar Association; and 2010 receipt of the Chesterfield Smith Lawyer Award, Holland & Knight’s highest recognition of one of its partners.  In 1995, Kin served as Chair of the Florida Board of Bar Examiners and continues service as one of its Emeritus Members.
Kin earned a BA degree from Duke University and a JD degree from the University of Florida College of Law, where he was Executive Editor of the University of Florida Law Review.
Why Kin chose to serve on the board of Operation New Hope:
Prior to joining its Board, Kin served continuously as ONH’s pro bono business lawyer from its inception in 1999.  His close relationship with Kevin Gay began in the early 1990s when they both were founding members of Reconcile Jacksonville, a racial reconciliation ministry.  Kin also serves on the Board of Trustees of Fresh Ministries, Inc., a non-profit organization addressing economic and social disparities in Northeast Florida and in targeted regions abroad. 

Abel Harding

Abel Harding is  currently North Florida Market President with IBERIABANK . Harding is a former senior advisor to the mayor of Jacksonville and served as the director of communications for the City of Jacksonville. Prior to his time with the city, Harding was an award-winning columnist and reporter for the Florida Times-Union and frequently appeared on television and radio as a political commentator. He is widely quoted by media outlets on topics as diverse as downtown redevelopment and arts and culture.
A seventh generation Floridian, Harding is a graduate of Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. He is a long-time Jacksonville resident and resides in the city’s historic Springfield neighborhood with his family.
Harding has served on numerous community boards and is a 2013 graduate of Leadership Jacksonville. He currently chairs the board of the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville, co-chairs JCCI’s JAX2025 Community Cabinet and serves on the Board of Governors of JAX Chamber.

Eddie Jones

Retired Episcopal Priest
The Reverend Eddie E. Jones, Jr., is a retired Episcopal priest in the Diocese of Florida, a Clerical Trustee of the Jessie Ball DuPont Fund, and a member of the LISC Jacksonville Board of Directors.
He is a former department head with the U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons and served as Chief Chaplain in the Federal Correctional Institution in Tallahassee for 18 years. Additionally, he is a retired Lieutenant Colonel with the U.S. Army.
The Reverend Jones has served on various boards in Florida including the Farmers and Merchants Bank, Gerry Medical Center, Jefferson County Hospice, PRIDE Enterprises and Capital Rotary Club. A graduate of the University of West Alabama, he received his Master’s of Divinity degree from the Candler School of Theology at Emory University.
Why I chose to serve on the board of Operation New Hope:
Having a background in both ministry and corrections, the work of Operation New Hope resonates with Eddie.  He has a deep afinity for the Jacksonville area and sees his role on the ONH Board as a key piece to continue to enhance its impact in this great city.

Claude Moulton

Moulton Law Group
Claude R. Moulton is a Managing Member of Moulton Bosshardt LLC and Staff Attorney for Waterford Title Insurance Agency, Inc., and Bosshardt Realty Services, Inc. Mr. Moulton has more than forty years of experience in the legal field. He has extensive experience in real property and business law, both as a private practitioner, an attorney in law firms, and as in-house counsel to major business/financial institutions. He specializes in analysis of regulatory issues for, negotiation, documentation, and closing of major commercial and residential real property transactions. He is a member of The Florida Bar, The Jacksonville Bar, and is a Florida Supreme Court Civil Mediator.
In his community, Mr. Moulton has served as President of Springfield Preservation and Revitalization Council (SPAR), Program Chair of Meninak International and is Vice-Chair of Operation New Hope.
Why I chose to serve on the board of Operation New Hope:
Claude and his wife live and work in Springfield and have a vested interest to being a part of its preservation.  The amazing work done by Operation New Hope in the Springfield area excited him and he looks forward to his role on the board helping further that effort in the future.

Ted P. Pappas

PBV Architecture
Ted is a Jacksonville native. He attended Clemson University and received a Bachelor of Architecture Degree. He served in U.S. Army as a Captain in the Military Police. He has practiced architecture for over 30 years. Some of his Jacksonville projects include: Epping Forest Yacht Club, Sports Complex of EWC. , Webb Library, Beaches Library, New Brentwood Neighborhood, Mary Singleton Senior Center, restoration of Kirby Smith Junior School, Hogans Creek Senior Tower, UNF Dorms, Computer Science Building and Soccer Stadium and also two La Villa Medical Office Buildings.
Ted was National President of the American Institute of Architects and also Chancellor of The College of Fellows of the AIA. He has served a Chairman of the National Architectectural Accrediting Board and a member of the Board of Regents of the American Architectecural Foundation in Washington. He is currently serving as Trustee of Edward Waters College and a Commission member of the Northwest Jacksonville Economic Development Advisory Board.
Why I chose to serve on the board of Operation New Hope:
I chose to serve on the board of Operation New Hope because I admire it’s mission and want to participate in growing and developing it. I want to give back to the City for all that it has done for me and my family.

Kerri Stewart

Infinity Global Solutions
Kerri Stewart joined Infinity Global Solutions in September 2011 as Senior Vice President. Drawing on her extensive experience in both the public and private sectors, Kerri’s focus is on assisting clients in the areas of government privatization, public infrastructure and general government relations.
Prior to joining IGS, Ms. Stewart served as the Chief Administrative Officer for the City of Jacksonville/Duval County, Fla., under Mayor John Peyton and Mayor Alvin Brown. In this role, she oversaw day-to-day government operations for the city, including directing a nearly 5,000-member workforce and managing the $1 billion municipal budget and $164 million annual capital improvement plan.
During her tenure with the City of Jacksonville, Ms. Stewart led several successful privatization studies and implementations. These included the outsourcing of certain technology services that saved the city an estimated $300,000. In addition to IT, Kerri encouraged privatization efforts in areas like solid waste, building inspection and facilities maintenance departments. She has shared her experiences in this area at a variety of conferences and other professional venues.
During her years of public service, Ms. Stewart also served as director of the city’s Housing and Neighborhoods Department, created the Office of Operational Efficiency (which later became the Inspector General’s Office), and served as a Policy Advisor to Mayor Peyton.
Prior to joining the City of Jacksonville, Ms. Stewart worked as a Program Manager for Alltel Information Systems in Leeds, UK and Jacksonville, Fla. She was a part of the program management team that worked for two years to migrate Bradford and Bingley Building Society’s mortgage processing software to Alltel’s solution.
Ms. Stewart graduated from the University of North Florida’s Coggin School of Business with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, double-majoring in Marketing and Management.

Contributors

Corporate Contributors

  • Area Communications
  • AT&T Foundation
  • BB&T
  • The Bank of America Charitable Foundation, Inc.
  • Bi-Lo Holdings, LLC
  • The Blanchard Foundation
  • Brotherhood of St. Andrew from St. Paul’s by the Sea Episcopal Church
  • CDZ Sales
  • Celebration Church
  • City of Jacksonville
  • DAT’L DO-IT, INC.
  • EverBank
  • Fidelity Investments
  • Fidus Group
  • Fifth Third Bank
  • Florida State Department of Corrections
  • Kobren Insight Group, Inc.
  • Holland & Knight
  • Holland & Knight Committee for Public Good
  • Greene Hazel and Associates
  • Intrepid Capital Management
  • Jaguar Foundation
  • Lender Processing Services, Inc.
  • Links Jacksonville
  • Marco Ophthalmology
  • MatchUp Promotions
  • McAfee Jax Beach, LLC
  • Microsoft
  • MJC & Associates
  • Motorola Solutions Foundation
  • Nammo Talley, Inc.
  • Nimnicht At the Avenues
  • Nimnicht Chevrolet
  • Office Environment and Services, Inc.
  • The Rayonier Foundation
  • Regions Bank
  • RE/MAX Specialists
  • Rogers Towers Law
  • Sears
  • Sissine’s Office Systems
  • Society of St. Vincent De Paul
  • Stellar Group
  • TD Charitable
  • Wells Fargo Foundation
  • The Distinguished Red Coats of THE PLAYERS Championship and the PGA Tour
  • University of North Florida Campaigns Class Fall 2012
  • Vicar’s Landing

Individual and Family Foundation Contributors

  • Andretta Akins
  • Mr. Rick Alexander
  • Mr. Mac Auguste
  • Oliver Barakat
  • Brittany Barge
  • Patty Bartelson
  • The Ann and Quinn Bell Foundation
  • Cynthia Benedict
  • Kevin Bing
  • Morris Busbia
  • L. Kinder Cannon
  • Gary and Nancy Chartrand Advised Fund
  • Michael & Sandra Coston
  • Alice B. Davis
  • Dorothy Dorion
  • Fanny Landwirth Foundation
  • Gasper and Irene Lazzara Charitable Foundation
  • Desiree Foster
  • The W.W. & Eloise Gay Foundation
  • Mr. Tommy Gay
  • Mary Goldsmith
  • Helow Family Foundation
  • Dr. Kristine Henderson
  • Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hughes
  • Fred & Carla Jackson
  • Kelly James
  • Fanny Landwirth Foundation
  • Charles Layton
  • John Robert Mattocks
  • The McCann Family Charitable Foundation
  • Ray Sutton McGhee Foundation
  • Claude Moulton
  • Murray Family Gift Fund
  • Neviaser Charitable Foundation
  • Dendy Pappas
  • Petway Family Foundation
  • Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Robbins
  • Barbara Scholz
  • Mr. and Mrs. Bill Scheu
  • Mr. & Mrs. Dale Svingen
  • Mark  Silliman
  • Russell Skinner
  • David Stein Family Foundation
  • Craig Steffan
  • Jennifer  Symmes
  • Ken & Julie Vontz
  • Weaver Family Fund
  • Edna Sproull Williams Founadtion
  • Geraldine Witt
  • Ms. Allison Young