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1 Prairie View A&M Foundation Growing Greatness Through Giving

2 The Corporation Incorporation - State of Texas, June 2009 Tax Exemption (c)3, Public Foundation, Charity, June State Tax Exemption, February Federal EIN – All gifts are Tax deductible Affiliation - PVAMU April 2009 Financial Audit - McConnell Jones, November 2010 – Passed - McConnell Jones, 2011 and Passed - Texas A&M University System – Underway - McConnell Jones, 2012 and Underway

3 Mission and Vision The mission of the Prairie View A&M Foundation is to maximize the effectiveness of contributions to support continued excellence in education, research, service, and athletics at Prairie View A&M University. The vision of the Prairie View A&M Foundation is to develop a culture of philanthropy to meet resource needs of Prairie View A&M University in its pursuit of excellence in education, research, athletics, and outreach.

4 Roy G. Perry – Chairman of the Board Terrence Gee– Treasurer John Osby– Vice Chairman Terrence Gee – Vice Chairman Phyllis Darden-Caldwell – Secretary Attorney Ricky Anderson - PVAMU Marvin D. Brailsford - PVAMU Don Clark – PVAMU Ernest Collins – PVAMU Terrence Gee – Rice Janis Hadnott – PVAMU Kenneth Houston – PVAMU Carl Jackson – PVAMU Nathelyne Kennedy - PVAMU Fred Newhouse - PVAMU Lawrence Sampleton – UT Rathel Whittaker – PVAMU Benny Lockett – PVAMU NAA Rep Dr. George C. Wright – President PVAMU Dr. Corey Bradford – Proxy PVAMU Trustees

5 Roy Perry – Chairman / President Terrence Gee – Vice Chairman / Vice President Strategy and Finance John Osby – Vice Chairman / Vice President External Operations Phyllis Darden-Caldwell – Secretary Nathelyne Archie Kennedy Marvin Brailsford Executive Committee

6 Staff Rita Houston Jean Urynowicz The Team

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8 Three phases of excellence Sports Complex

9 Phase I Sports Complex – Phase I Phase I

10 Phase II Sports Complex – Phase II

11 Phase III Sports Complex – Phase III

12 Phase III 12 – Court Tennis- $1.4M Complex Football Stadium- $17M Expansion to 30,000 Seats Total- $18.4M Phase II Football Practice Fields- $1.4M Soccer/Track Field- $2.8M Baseball/Softball Complex- $10.6M Intramural Co-Ed - $0.7M Softball Field Intramural Rec Soccer/- $1.4M Flag Football Field Nicks Arena Upgrades- $9.0M Soccer Practice Field- $0.8M Total- $23M Phase I 15,000 Seat Stadium- $30.5M Football Field house- $17.5M Basketball/Volleyball Practice Facility- $10.6M Nicks Arena Upgrades- $8.2 Total- $66.8M Total - $108M Three Phases of Development Dollars

13 A few changes!

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15 Fundraising Update …

16 $ 1,878, * received by PVAMF to date... thru March 31, 2014 * All Funds

17 Foundation Unrestricted Gifts $ 540, Goals Alumni Donors Base Recurring Donors Operational Endowment Asset Base to Support PVAMU... thru March 31, 2014

18 Sports Complex *3802 PVAMF - all3470 PVAMF – Recurring 107 Donors... thru March 31, 2014 * Includes University

19 PVAMF Donors Cumulative Number Of Donors thru March 31,2014

20 Giving Comparison Percentage Giving Back % Assume 50,000 Alums 5,0003, * 11, thru March 31, 2014 * Includes all donors to PVAMF & PVAMU Sports Complex

21 PVAMF Recurring Donors Cumulative Number Of Recurring Donors thru March 31, 2014

22 Sports Complex – Phase I (Stadium) Gifts - $282,895 University thru March 31, 2014 Gifts - $1,039,340 Foundation Phase I 15,000 Seat Stadium- $30.5M Football Field house- $17.5M Basketball/Volleyball Practice Facility- $10.6M Nicks Arena Upgrades- $8.2 Total- $66.8M

23 Sports Complex – Phase I (Stadium) Pledges - $ 100,000 University thru March 31, 2014 Pledges - $ 214,730 Foundation Phase I 15,000 Seat Stadium- $30.5M Football Field house- $17.5M Basketball/Volleyball Practice Facility- $10.6M Nicks Arena Upgrades- $8.2 Total- $66.8M

24 How can you give?

25 Naming Opportunities Athletic Sports Complex1$20 Million Stadium1$10 Million Field House1$5.0 Million Blackshear Track1$2.5 Million Scoreboard (Prime) 1$2.0 Million Stadium Entrances(s)4$500,000 Football Field1$5.0 Million Parking Lots4$100,000 Parking Lot (Preferred) 1$200,000

26 Weight Room1Reserved Classrooms4$100,000 Sideline Benches3 of 10$5,000 Offices (Prime) 5 Reserved Training Room1Reserved Naming Opportunities Panther Locker Room1Reserved Visitors Locker Room1$150,000 Conference Rooms2Reserved Goal Post2Reserved Offices (Secondary) 5Reserved

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28 Brick and Seat Namings Locations

29 The Opportunity …

30 Student Requested Fee increase … THE VOTE - 90% Passed ( 900 of 1,000 voters) THE USAGE - To create or enhance athletic sports facilities only - Not for athletic programs THE FEE - $15 per hour Sports Complex Fee - $180 cap per full-time student per semester - $2.8 million estimated annual revenue

31 Preliminary Stadium Timeline … BOR Project Approval Complete Hire A/E FirmComplete Complete Design Work June 2014 BOR Approval of ConstructionAug 2014 Construction Start Oct months of construction Construction Ends Aug 2016 Opening Game Sept 2016

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36 Does your Company match gifts? Mail your completed Matching Gifts Form to: PVAMF 6436 Fannin Street, Room 112 Houston, Texas 77030

37 GIVE TODAY

38 … a good 1 st lap, now lets close the gap!

39 Will you GIVE TODAY

40 Contact us about the future … PVAMF 6436 Fannin Street Room 112 Houston, Texas Phone – Fax – Roy G. Perry Chairman / President ext

41 The FACTS … -Trustees are not paid for their time or personal expenses - Texas A&M University is not responsible to build our stadium - TAMU System is not responsible to build our stadium - The State of Texas does not fund athletic only facilities - Alumni, Friends and Private donations will build PVUs Sports Complex


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