Presentation on theme: "The Navy Supply Corps Foundation"— Presentation transcript:
1The Navy Supply Corps Foundation Providing the Navy Supply Corps Officera lifetime of support – “Taking Care of Our Own”
2Who are we? Current and past members of the U.S. Navy Supply Corps Active dutyReservistRetiredFormer“Anyone who has ever worn the Oakleaf”
3Our mission….The U.S. Navy Supply Corps Foundation exists to perpetuate the values, traditions, and history of the Supply Corps throughout the lives of individuals in the Supply Corps community.
4Our mission (contd)….The Foundation shall pursue its mission by providing services and programs related to recruiting, training and development, transition, recognition, financial support and commemoration.
5Foundation HistoryFounded in 1971 in Athens GA to provide scholarship support for “dependents of Navy Supply Corps Officers and supply enlisted ratings”In first year, awarded 6 one-year scholarships of $250 eachIn 1995 merged with the Navy Supply Corps Association—19 chapters today
6Not-for-Profit Legal Status Any organized Navy SC Assn will be recognized as a chartered member of the Foundation if it satisfies the following five principles:It performs as a not-for profit entity and serves its Supply Corps constituency as a social and/or charitable organization.It has a readily identifiable leadership and an overall history of continuity in the succession of leadership.It maintains detailed, accurate records of its financial activities, including but not limited to annual income and expenses, disbursements for charitable purposes, and the status of any reserve funds or otherwise invested funds.It is supportive of one or more of the major program areas of the Navy Supply Corps Foundation.It agrees to provide the foundation on request any information on the association's activities deemed relevant to sustaining the foundation's federal tax rulings under sections 501 and 170 of the federal tax code.It adopts a set of by-laws and submits to the foundation for filing.
7Not-for-Profit (contd) Navy Supply Corps Associations satisfying these principles are eligible to function under the Foundation's 501 (c)(3) tax exempt ruling and its 170 (b)(1)(A)(iv) determination wherein gifts to the association are deductible for federal income tax purposes.Be careful on how you solicit and what you use funds for…….
8Update from Last Year Fewer, higher $ value scholarships Successful Branding Effort - New name and logos (Associations of the Foundation, not Chapters)Association By-laws/charteringAssociation Operations ManualNew, improved web siteMemorial ScholarshipsMemorial Ship Displays
9Scholarship Program Since 1971…1,622 Scholarships Worth Over $3M 2007/08 statistics$206,000 given to 60 recipients (143 applicants) - 5 $10K; 16 $5K; 24 $2.5K; 14 $1K; & 1 $2K continuingNames blacked out…34 in college; 26 HS Seniors78% Officer; 22% Enlisted73% Women; 27% Men
10Association By-Laws/Ops Manual Provided draft by-laws to all Assns.Have only received Assn. By-Laws from:Jax, Great Lakes and SCANNeed to ensure by-laws and Ops Manual are pass-down items to new Board
11Memorial Scholarships Memorial scholarships for children of our fallen comrades. BOD voted to award $10K/child for anyone who died on ACDU from year 2001 forward. Currently 26 children:Jan 01 LT Corinne J. Pellegrin – 4 ChildrenLindsey, Sydney, Shanna and KyleApr 02 CDR Paul J. Dower – 3 Childre nApr 03 CDR Joseph Acevedo – 2 ChildrenJoseph and StephanAug 04 LT David M. Barksdale – No ChildrenOct 04 LT Dave Hiles – 2 ChildrenKelsey and Audrey
12Memorial Scholarships (contd) Jan 05 LCDR Keith E. Taylor – 3 ChildrenKatherine, Audrey, and EmilyAug 05 CAPT Lyman Foster – 2 ChildrenChristopher and PatrickSep 05 LTjg Katherine Douglas – No ChildrenNov 05 CAPT Joseph N. Mecca – 3 ChildrenJoseph, Anthony and MargaretApr 06 ENS Christopher O. Simon – No ChildrenApr 07 CDR Philip Murphy-Sweet – 3 ChildrenOlivia Catherine, Lauren Jodeemarie, and Seth PhilipMar 07 CAPT Lindsay Perkins – 2 ChildrenMar 07 LCDR Morgan Tulang – 2 ChildrenMia and Mitchell
13Great feedback… Dear Commander Evans: Saturday, June 9, would have been my husband's 48th birthday. I always get a bit melancholy when the day rolls around. I think about all that has gone on over the lastfive years, with the kids, family, and friends, and how he would have loved to have been a part of it. His brother, COR Christopher Dour, retired from the Navy two weeks ago.At his retirement ceremony, I was reminded again what a great bunch of people make up our Armed Forces.Yesterday, your Foundation's letter with the scholarship offer arrived in the mail on his birthday. It sure brightened the day. It is an incredible and generous offer. Pleaseextend my appreciation and thanks to your members.My husband loved the Academy, the Navy, the Supply Corp, and his family, (not necessarily in that order except maybe on Army/Navy game day!).
14Memorial Ship Displays Working with USS Midway Foundation to place several “supply” displays aboard (1M visitors/year)Pay line on mess decksReplenishment at Sea display/videoSC history…Supply Dept. displaysFollow on with Intrepid, JFK and othersNeed volunteers to assist
15Distinguished Alumni Program Annually select and recognize former or retired Supply Corps Officers for distinguished service after leaving militaryAddress junior officers at Supply Corps School or at Association eventOver 16 years, more than 30 recipients named
16Distinguished Alumni of the Supply Corps RADM Frank J. Allston, SC, USNR (Ret): Author, Ready For Sea. Former VP, Illinois Central Rail Road.Mr. Roy Anderson: Former CEO of Lockheed Corporation- RADM Bernard S. Browning, SC, USNR (Ret): Founder, General BusinessServices (Deceased)Dr. Howard J. Burnett: Former President Washington and Jefferson CollegeMr. Howard J. “Jake” Carey: Former Chairman and CEO, Carey Salt CompanyMr. Eddie Carlson: Former CEO of United Airlines (Deceased)CAPT Joseph H. Cheshure SC USN (Ret): Former Business Manager, Treasurer and Dean of Administration at Huntington College; Recruiting Assistance Program Officer (RAPO)Mr. Benjamin Edwards III: President, Chairman and CEO of A.G. Edwards- Mr. Roger Enrico: Chairman of the board of DreamWorks Animation SKG
17Distinguished Alums (contd) - RADM Andrew A. Giordano, SC, USN (Ret): Principal and Founder, The Giordano Group, LTD., Former Chief of Supply Corps- RADM Paul N. Howell SC USNR (Ret): President, and CEO of Howell Corporation (deceased)- Mr. C. Lloyd Johnson Sr.: Chairman and CEO of C. Lloyd Johnson Co., Inc. (deceased)- Mr. Jon R. Katzenbach: Founder, Katzenbach Partners LLC- Mr. L. Bruce Laingen: Former U.S. Charge d'Affairs in Iran; former U.S. Ambassador to Malta- Mr. A. G. Lafley: Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive, The Procter & Gamble Company- The Honorable, Melvin R. Laird: Former Congressman; former Secretary of Defense- Mr. Leonard A. Lauder: Chairman, The Estée Lauder Companies Inc.- CDR Robert S. Leventhal, SC, USN (Ret.): Former Dean of the University of Washington School of Business; President Chairman and CEO of Western Union- Mr. J. W. Marriott Jr.: CEO and Chairman of the Board of the Marriott Corporation- Mr. Edward J. Mathias: Managing Director, The Carlyle Group
18Distinguished Alums (contd) - CAPT Brian McDonnell SC USN (Ret): Former President and CEO, Navy Federal Credit Union- Mr. Gilbert C. Osnos: Chairman, RKG Osnos Partners- Mr. Jerry Petry: Exec. VP, NBC Universal TV Group, West Coast- Mr. Regis Philbin: Nationally recognized television personality- Mr. Sanford R. Robertson: Principal – Francisco Partners- CAPT Jackson L. Schultz SC USN (Ret): Former Senior VP Wells Fargo Bank; Director SOLA International, Inc.- Mr. Charles E. Sigety: President and CEO of Sigety Family Businesses- RADM Robert H. Spiro SC USNR (Ret): Former Under Secretary of the Army; former President of Jacksonville University- RADM Robert C. Stack SC USNR (Ret): Former Executive VP Chase Bank of Texas; Former President, Navy Supply Corps Foundation
19Distinguished Alums (contd) - Mr. Roger Staubach: NFL Hall of Fame quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys; President of Staubach Realty- CAPT Ted Stern SC USN (Ret): Former President of the College of Charleston; Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Spoleto Festival- VADM Edward M. Straw SC USN (Ret): Former President, Global Operations, Estee Lauder Companies, Inc.- Mr. Henry Trione: Former Chairman and Owner of Geyser Peak Winery, and Founder; Owner of Sonoma Mortgage Corporation- Mr. Kevin Twomey: Former President, The St. Joe Company, NSCF Board Member- CDR John C. Whitehead SC USNR (Ret): Former Senior Partner/Co-Chairman Goldman, Sachs & Co.; Deputy Secretary of State- CAPT E. William Withrow SC USN (Ret): Former Mayor of Alameda, California- Mr. Paul M. Wythes: Special Limited Partner and Founder, Sutter Hill Ventures
20Programs: Sources of Funds Sales of ballcaps, etc.Corporate contributionsFoundation investment incomeCombined Federal Campaign (CFC)Association and Spouse club activitiesOne time gifts, e. g., deferred giving
21People: Volunteers Board of Directors 17 voting members including active duty, reserve, retired and prior serviceCurrent Chief of SupplyCorps is ex-officioAll former Chiefs haveemeriti statusNAVSUP CMC and Spouses’Rep are Ad HocRADM D.E. Hickman SC USN (Ret) - Current Chair
22People: Volunteers Local Supply Corps Associations Spouse involvement Strong volunteer involvementPull in active, reserve, retired and former membersSpouse involvementKey to scholarship supportLink to SupplyCorps families
23Volunteers: Help wanted! MembershipambassadorsScholarship selection boardsThe Oakleaf articlesCan you help?We need you!Memorial ShipDisplaysMentoring Scholarship recipientsReunionorganizers
24People: Staff Chief of Staff Augmented as needed for Sole staffer w/part-time adminassistantDay to day administration of theFoundationAugmented as needed forspecialized skillsFund raisingCommunicationsWeb developmentVolunteer support criticalJack EvansChief Staff Officer
25The Navy Supply Corps Foundation needs you! Financial support and contributionsVolunteer time and energyIdeas and suggestionsContact us at