"The Cummins Corporate Social Responsibility Report 2000-2002"
The Cummins Corporate Social Responsibility Report 2000–2002 Contents 2 A Letter to our Communities 3 Community Involvement 4 The Cummins Foundation 19 Corporate Donations 1 A Letter to our Communities This year, The Cummins Foundation report has been expanded to include the important charitable and community contributions made by Cummins employees. The new format was timely due to both the strategic redirection of our charitable giving programs as well as external expectations for increased visibility on corporate social activities. Therefore, we are pleased to offer the first Cummins Corporate Social Responsibility Report. Given public demand for transparent reporting in the corporate world combined with an erosion of trust in nonprofit organizations, the goal of this report is to present a comprehensive picture of what Cummins is doing to fulfill its obligation of responsible corporate citizenship. Or more simply, how Cummins is trying to make our communities the best places they can be. This report covers a three-year time frame beginning in 2000; the start of a fundamental shift for Cummins and its corporate social responsibility program. In 2000, the Company articulated a new mission reaffirming corporate responsibility as a core value. Corporate Responsibility is serving and improving the communities in which we live. At Cummins, we are proud of our tradition of corporate social responsibility. It has defined the character of the Company since its founding in 1919. Over its 84 year history, Cummins has expanded into new markets and established businesses in communities throughout the world. Yet, corporate social responsibility remains a fundamental part of the way we operate in every community. Today a corporate social responsibility department sets strategic direction and promotes programs, but the real corporate social responsibility is the result of the daily actions of Cummins employees. The Corporate Social Responsibility Department has three primary areas of focus: Community Involvement, The Cummins Foundation, and Corporate Donations. Community Involvement is how we leverage the real power of Cummins in serving and improving communities. Community Involvement Teams are employee driven committees representing the diversity of the workforce and all levels of management. Each team establishes a work plan, a budget and the focus area for community service. Every two years, all Community Involvement Teams are audited against a set of functional excellence criteria. The audit process ensures that corporate responsibility remains an important business objective across all business units, provides a measurement and recognition process, and identifies areas for development over the next two year cycle. The Cummins Foundation adopted a new mission, logo and strategic direction in 2000. Building on the solid contributions program in place, the newly constituted Board of Directors revised the old program areas of equity and justice, youth and education and quality of life. The new mission set the theme while providing each business location the flexibility to determine how they could best make a positive impact in their respective communities, within the overall mission of the Foundation. Corporate Donations provide a means for Cummins to participate in community events that are more appropriately funded by the Company than the Foundation. These activities include memberships, sponsorships, dinners or other events where the company receives a benefit in advertising or other forms of recognition. As you read through this report, we hope that you will be impressed by the dedication of Cummins employees throughout the world. The commitment to make a positive difference in their communities is consistent across the many cultures in which Cummins operates. The photos on the front of this report show teams of employees doing their part to improve their communities. It has been a privilege to work with The Cummins Foundation Board of Directors, the Cummins leadership throughout the world and especially the employees of Cummins. Tracy Souza Tim Solso President Chairman The Cummins Foundation The Cummins Foundation 2 Community Involvement Each Cummins location around the world is responsible for encouraging and empowering employees to help make a positive difference in their communities. The Foundation mission also guides corporate donations and community involvement. Area business leaders have the primary responsibility to ensure that their business is serving and improving the community. At Cummins, this work happens in Community Involvement Teams (CITs) that are established at each of our facilities. The CITs are charged with: ■ Developing an annual community involvement plan ■ Developing a budget to support activities ■ Conducting employee giving campaigns ■ Organizing volunteer activities ■ Responding to community requests for donations ■ Developing proposals for The Cummins Foundation and ■ Completing bi-annual Functional Excellence Audits The Corporate Social Responsibility department works with each team to: ■ Develop, train and support teams in each location ■ Ensure alignment with corporate direction ■ Share best practices and benchmarking via newsletters and conferences ■ Highlight and celebrate the terrific work of the CITs. This year a Corporate Social Responsibility photo gallery was established at the worldwide Cummins headquarters in Columbus, Indiana. As the collection of photos and stories grows, they will be rotated around to various Cummins facilities as a reminder of the importance of our social responsibility and community involvement work. In addition, the Cummins Policy Committee sets aside time each month for a review of our corporate social responsibility work. Teams of employees, community members or experts in the field of philanthropy share their ideas and perspectives with the senior leadership of Cummins. 3 The Cummins Foundation In 2000, The Cummins Foundation Board of Directors revised the focus of its grant program defining three guiding objectives: 1) Serve and improve Cummins communities around the world. 2) Seek opportunities to make a significant impact. 3) Provide access, tools and services to people left out of the mainstream of society. This alignment of direction across the globe empowers local management with the flexibility to develop innovative ways to meet the needs of our diverse communities, cultures and populations. In North America, the Plant Innovation Fund encourages plants to compete for a restricted number of sizable grants based on a request for proposal process. This program encourages local leadership to take the initiative to survey their community, determine where there are gaps or problems and to develop partnerships with existing services and agencies that find creative ways to meet those unmet needs. Some examples from the most recent grants include: Rocky Mount, NC – Family Resource Center Jamestown, NY – program to encourage the role of men in children’s lives Lake Mills, IA – multi-lingual materials and classes for families Memphis, TN – childcare program for homeless children, birth to five Fridley, MN – crisis nursery to avert child abuse The Cummins Foundation makes grants in its international communities through a variety of programs including Ashoka Innovators for the Public and two independently established Foundations: ■ The Cummins India Foundation in Pune, India ■ Asociacion Filantropica Cummins in San Luis Potosi, Mexico The Cummins Group in India founded the Cummins India Foundation in 1990. They focus on education for women and underprivileged children, energy and the environment. Projects in education include the Cummins College of Engineering for Women and the School on Wheels program (pictured on cover) that brings school in a bus to children living in labor camps where no school is available. The Asociaicion Filantropica Cummins (AFIC) became formally recognized as a charitable organization by the Mexican government in 1997. AFIC has sponsored a number of innovative philanthropic projects (both pictured on cover) including Taller Brayle, a carpentry shop for blind and physically challenged individuals, and Talleres Creaccion, a women’s sewing micro-business. 4 Mission The mission of The Cummins Foundation is to make people’s lives better by: • Serving and improving the communities in which Cummins Inc. does business, and • Providing the tools and means for people living on the edge of society to overcome the barriers they face. Focus In accomplishing this mission, we will focus our limited resources on opportunities to: • Embrace the diverse perspectives of all people, honoring with both dignity and respect, • Balance investment in innovation with continued support of the important, • Emphasize partnerships, risk-taking and measurable impact, and • Unleash the power of Cummins by leveraging our people, connections, money, products and services to make a difference. Grant Requests The Cummins Foundation is supported solely through resources received from its parent company, Cummins Inc. The Foundation supports projects that are mission-driven and primarily in the communities where Cummins Inc. has a significant presence. Due to limited contribution budgets, we rarely fund projects elsewhere. The Foundation does not provide funds for: • Individual grants, loans or scholarships • For-profit business start-ups or development • Political causes or campaigns • Sectarian religious activities • Medical/disease-related organizations Funding requests may be submitted via e-mail or regular mail. Proposals from communities outside Indiana should also be submitted to the local Plant Manager or General Manager. Staff contact information is listed below. P.O. Box 3005 / Mailcode 60633 Columbus, IN 47202-3005 phone (812) 377-3114 fax (812) 377-7897 firstname.lastname@example.org 5 The Cummins Foundation Board of Directors and Administrative Staff Directors 2002 2001 2000 Chairman: Mr. Tim M. Solso Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Cummins Inc. x x x President: Ms. Tracy H. Souza Executive Director of Corporate Social Responsibility of Cummins Inc. x x x Secretary/Treasurer: Mr. Tom Linebarger Executive Vice President, President, Power Generation of Cummins Inc. x x x Ms. Jean S. Blackwell Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, and Chief of Staff of Cummins Inc. x x x Mr. Jack K. Edwards Executive Vice President, President, Power Generation of Cummins Inc. (retired 2003) x x x Mr. Mark R. Gerstle Vice President Operations, Filtration and Other Business of Cummins Inc. x x Mr. F. Joe Loughrey Executive Vice President, President Engine Business of Cummins Inc. x x x Mr. Frank J. McDonald Vice President and General Manager Heavy-Duty Engine Business of Cummins Inc. x x Mr. William I. Miller Chairman of Irwin Financial Corporation x x x Mr. Rick J. Mills Vice President, President, Filtration and Fleetguard, Inc. x x x Ms. Christine Vujovich Vice President Environmental Policy and Product Strategy of Cummins Inc. x x Mr. John C. Wall Vice President and Chief Technical Officer of Cummins Inc. x x x Administrative Staff Ms. Mindy M. Lewis Associate Director Gayle Nay Executive Assistant 6 Foundation Spending by Category The Foundation tracks spending in broad program/geographic areas that enable our grant making to be mission driven and balanced across our communities. Corporate programs include support for United Ways throughout North America and the architecture program which is offered only in Bartholomew County. 7 Summary of Actions – The Cummins Foundation The figures below and in the listings that follow are a record of commitments made by the Foundation’s Board of Directors in 2000, 2001 and 2002. Because these listings do not reflect adjustments or payments on commitments made previously, they do not match the figures in our audited statements. Actual net Foundation grant expenditures were $2,665,214 in 2000; $3,010,804 in 2001; and $1,368,878 in 2002. 2002 2001 2000 Indiana Grants $81,340 $252,072 $2,535,605 National Grants 237,707 591,867 764,818 International Grants 43,000 249,500 376,350 North America Plant Community Grants 22,830 141,970 78,200 North America Innovation Fund Grants 30,000 100,000 175,000 United Way Grants 672,812 752,996 759,149 Total Foundation Grants $1,087,689 $2,088,405 $4,689,122 Corporate Donations $88,500 $172,113 $448,167 Total Grants and Donations $1,176,189 $2,260,518 $5,137,289 Administration $75,799 $157,288 $361,724 The financial statements of The Cummins Foundation, Inc. have been audited by Ernst & Young LLP, Indianapolis, IN. For a copy of the audited financial statements, please call (812) 377-3114 or write to: The Cummins Foundation P.O. Box 3005 MC 60633 Columbus, IN 47202-3005 8 The Cummins Foundation Grants Indiana Grants 2002 2001 2000 ABC – Stewart Montessori School Scholarship support $25,000 $30,000 $30,000 Columbus, IN Support for long range planning process $20,072 $2,625 Adult Day Care Corporation General support for Just Friends, Columbus, IN a day care program for senior citizens $2,000 $2,500 $2,500 American Cancer Society General support $750 Columbus, IN Amethyst House General support $5,000 Bloomington, IN Bartholomew Area Legal Aid, Inc. General support $5,000 $7,500 $7,500 Columbus, IN Support for conference in Houston, TX $1,000 Bartholomew County Heartsavers, Inc. Support for the purchase of Automated External Defibrillator units $6,000 Columbus, IN Bartholomew County Park Board Support for Clifford Alumni Park $1,500 Columbus, IN Bartholomew County School Support for Alternative Education Programs (over 3 years) $15,000 Corporation Support for construction of new Central Middle School Columbus, IN over term of project $1,275,000 * Support for English as a Second Language Program $5,000 Bartholomew Consolidated School Annual support for promoting diversity or conflict resolution Foundation through mini-grants to faculty and staff $2,500 $2,500 $2,500 Columbus, IN Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Support for High Five Program with Crothersville School System $5,000 Jackson County Seymour, IN Boy Scouts of America Support for Mill Race Park annual race $2,000 Bloomington, IN CASA of South Central General support $3,000 Columbus, IN Support for Kids Playhouse Campaign $1,000 $5,000 Children Inc. Support for office equipment $1,795 Columbus, IN Children’s Museum of Indianapolis General support $2,000 Indianapolis, IN Christole, Inc. Support for training & staff development $5,000 Nashville, IN General support $5,000 City of Columbus Support for Family Self Sufficiency $5,000 Columbus, IN Support for landscaping project $15,000 Support for LS Power study $1,050 Support for environmental study on proposed Senior Center site $1,600 Support for construction of new Senior Center (over 3 years) $500,000 ** * $230,947 was rescinded and $200,000 was re-obligated to provide a local match for a federal building loan for Lincoln Elementary School ** $200,000 was rescinded due to lack of activity on this project 9 Indiana Grants 2002 2001 2000 Columbus Area Arts Council General support $20,000 $40,000 $40,000 Columbus, IN Support for Arts for Aids Benefit $5,000 Support for Columbus Post Office Mural Project $5,000 Columbus Area Chamber of Support for Next Steps Career Assistance Pilot Program $2,000 Commerce Foundation Support for Wayfind Program $5,535 Columbus, IN Support for Women’s Professional Development Conference $5,000 Columbus Child Care Center Support for up-fit of Center $100,000 Columbus, IN Columbus Indiana Philharmonic General support $20,000 $20,000 Columbus, IN Columbus Regional Hospital Support for community distribution of health care manuals Foundation through Self-Care Project $2,500 Columbus, IN Community Foundation of Support for Freetown Community Center $6,000 Jackson County Seymour, IN Community Leaders Allied for General support for Indiana Coalition for Educational Progress $50,000 Superior Schools Indianapolis, IN Heritage Fund of Bartholomew County Support for capital/endowment campaign (over 5 years) $250,000 Columbus, IN Support for Children, Youth & Families Initiative $60,000 Hope Community Center, Inc. Support for Hope Summer Camp $3,000 Columbus, IN Hudson Institute General support $5,000 Indianapolis, IN Human Services, Inc. General support for Horizon House, a local homeless shelter $5,000 $10,000 $10,000 Columbus, IN Indiana Donors Alliance Support for the Indiana Child Care Fund $3,500 $7,500 $15,000 Indianapolis, IN Indiana Family Support for Indiana Commission on the Social Status and Social Services Administration of Black Males Conference $1,200 Indianapolis, IN Indiana Humanities Council General support $2,000 Indianapolis, IN Indiana Repertory Theatre General support $2,000 $2,000 Indianapolis, IN Indiana Youth Institute Support for a regional fundraising workshop in Columbus, IN $3,500 Indianapolis, IN Indianapolis Museum of Art Support for Women of Taste exhibition $5,000 Indianapolis, IN Support for Africa: The Art of a Continent exhibition $2,000 General support $2,000 $2,000 Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra General support $2,000 $2,000 Indianapolis, IN 10 Indiana Grants 2002 2001 2000 Indianapolis Urban League Support for Building for the Future Project $5,000 Indianapolis, IN Interfaith Volunteer Givers of Jennings Co. Support to provide automobile insurance for the volunteer drivers $2,500 North Vernon, IN Jackson County Central Services, Inc. General support for Anchor House, a local homeless shelter $10,000 Seymour, IN Junior Achievement of General support $3,500 Bartholomew County Support for Exchange City Program $1,500 Columbus, IN Kids Commons Columbus Community General support $50,000 Children’s Museum Columbus, IN Leadership Bartholomew County Support for leadership assessment $1,500 Columbus, IN Lincoln-Central Neighborhood General support $15,000 Family Center Columbus, IN NAACP Chapter in Scholarship support for minority students $3,500 $3,500 Bartholomew County Columbus, IN Our Heritage Inc. Support for Civil War Living History Program / $340 $700 Vernon, IN Reminiscences of Vernon Sans Souci General support for Su Casa-Columbus $15,000 Columbus, IN Support for office equipment $100 Turning Point Shelter for Support for high school dance marathon fundraiser $2,500 $3,500 $5,000 Domestic Violence Columbus, IN University of Indianapolis Support for Himilayan Sunset concert $2,500 Indianapolis, IN Wheatfields Foundation, Inc. General support for youth programs (over three years) $15,000 Columbus, IN William R. Laws Foundation Scholarship support for low-income students $2,500 Columbus, IN Y-Med, Inc. General support $5,000 Columbus, IN Youth Hope Support for the Independent Living Skills program $1,250 Columbus, IN Total, Indiana Grants $81,340 $252,072 $2,535,605 11 National Grants 2002 2001 2000 American Indian College Fund General support $2,500 $2,500 New York, NY Brookings Institute General support $10,000 $10,000 Washington, DC Center for Community Change General support $2,000 $2,500 $2,500 Washington, DC Cummins Matching Gifts Program Matching support for Cummins employees’ gifts to education $153,187 $343,367 $309,318 Cummins Sons and Daughters Support for college scholarship program for children Scholarship Program of Cummins employees $49,500 $76,000 $112,000 LeMoyne-Owen College Support for student teacher expenses $520 Memphis, TN Living Classrooms Foundation Support for Fresh Start Scholarship Fund $10,000 Baltimore, MD Mexican-American Legal Defense and General support $2,500 $2,500 Educational Fund Los Angeles, CA NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund General support $5,000 $10,000 $10,000 New York, NY NAACP Special Contribution Fund General support $2,000 Baltimore, MD National Civil Rights Museum Support for capital expansion project (over five years) $250,000 Memphis, TN National Council of LaRaza General support $4,000 $5,000 $5,000 Washington, DC National Hispanic Scholarship Fund General support $2,500 $2,500 Navato, CA National Humanities Center General support $10,000 $10,000 Research Triangle Park, NC National Urban League General support $1,000 $2,500 $2,500 New York, NY New York Firefighters 9/11 Support for survivors of World Trade Center firefighters $50,000 Disaster Relief Fund NOW Legal Defense and General support $1,500 $2,500 Education Fund New York, NY Partners for Livable Communities Support for award to salute Irwin Miller $2,500 Washington, DC Pikesville College Matching donation for Pikesville College Daycare Louisville, KY Assistance Program $3,000 The Conservation Fund General support $1,000 $1,000 Arlington, VA United Negro College Fund General support $20,000 $25,000 $25,000 Fairfax, VA 12 National Grants 2002 2001 2000 Wilberforce University Support for Ted L. Marston Scholarship Fund (over two years) $50,000 Wilberforce, OH Total, National Grants $237,707 $591,867 $764,818 International Grants 2002 2001 2000 ACCION General support for International and Latin America operations $10,000 Boston, MA Ashoka Innovators for the Public General support for fellowships in Mexico, India and Brazil $144,500 $101,350 Arlington, VA Asociacion Filantropica General support $40,000 $100,000 $200,000 Cummins, A.C. General support Recognition Award $5,000 San Luis Potosi, Mexico Cummins Diesel India Foundation Support for DoorStep School $5,000 Pune, India Support for capital campaign for Little Flower School library $3,000 $25,000 Support for classroom fans at Gyan Deep Vidyalaya $5,000 University of Cape Town Fund Scholarship support for fellowship program in New York, NY advance management training (over three years) $30,000 Total, International Grants $43,000 $249,500 $376,350 13 North America Plant Community Grants 2002 2001 2000 Arts Council for Support for Infinity Performing Arts Project $2,250 Chautauqua County, Inc. General support $1,500 Jamestown, NY Support for youth and education programs $3,000 Binghampton’s Project Vision, Inc. Support for infant and toddler furniture at Lydia Day Care Center $2,500 Memphis, TN Brentwood Middle School Support for Out Door Classroom Project $2,250 Charleston, SC General support $5,000 Canutillo Independent School District Support for playground equipment for Canutillo School Park $7,000 El Paso, TX Charleston Inter-Faith Crisis Support for job training program $2,500 Assistance Ministry Charleston, SC Charleston Orphan House Support for Childhood Development Program $2,500 Charleston, SC Child Crisis Center of El Paso Support for remodeling/upgrading the infant care wing $9,550 El Paso, TX City of Cookeville General support for Meals on Wheels $3,100 Cookeville, TN City of Lake Mills Support for equipment/accessories for Aquatic Center Project $10,000 Lake Mills, IA City of Saint Peter Support for construction of Skateboard/Inline Skate Park $2,500 Saint Peter, MN Cole Elementary School Support for technology education and enrichment programs $2,500 $5,000 Nashville, TN Crisis Pregnancy Support Center General support for Hope Clinic for Women $750 Nashville, TN Daniel Jenkins Institute for Children Support for administration building capital campaign $2,500 Charleston, SC FEMAP Foundation Support for classroom construction in Centauro del Norte El Paso, TX Elementary School in Juarez, Mexico $7,000 Findlay Area Arts Council Support for The Arts Partnership strategic plan for Findlay, OH Community Arts organizations $5,000 Friends of the Public Library of Support for library print & electronic resources/materials $1,250 Nashville and Davidson County Inc. Nashville, TN Habitat for Humanity Support for housing project in the LeMoyne-Owen College area $5,250 $2,500 Memphis, TN Hancock Historical Museum Association Support for Hands on History Display $1,100 $2,200 Findlay, OH Jackson County Board of Education Support for Starlab with the Overton County school system $5,070 Gainesboro, TN 14 North America Plant Community Grants 2002 2001 2000 Jackson County United Fund Support for the start-up of the Jackson County Community Clinic $10,000 Gainesboro, TN Joint Neighborhood Project, Inc. Support for Big Brothers & Big Sisters – Jamestown, NY Hispanic Outreach Programs $7,000 Kids At Promise, Inc. Support for 2XL Youth Development Programs in Fredonia, NY Jamestown and Dunkirk $5,000 Kings Kid Daycare Support to replace equipment destroyed in 1999 fire $5,000 Nashville, IN Lake Mills Community School Support for Gymnasium/Softball complex improvements $10,000 Lake Mills, IA Lake Mills Foundation for Community Support for recreational & entertainment equipment for Improvement Inc. the Teen Center $6,500 Lake Mills, IA Leadership Jackson County, Inc. Support for YoJack-Youth Leadership of Jackson County $2,200 Seymour, IN LeMoyne-Owen College Support for capital campaign (over three years) $20,000 Memphis, TN Memphis City Park Commission General support for Lester Community Center $2,000 $5,000 Memphis, TN Memphis Cultural Arts Enrichment Center Support for Watoto de Afrika Performing Arts $10,000 $10,000 Memphis, TN Nash-Rocky Mount School System Support for Fairview Early Childhood Center Fine & Gross Motor Rocky Mount, NC Program curriculum $12,500 O.R. Pope Elementary School Support for computers and printers for Technology Lab $4,400 Rocky Mount, N.C. Orphan Aid Society General support for Daniel Joseph Jenkins Institute for Children $5,000 Charleston, SC Pencil Foundation Support for 3-year Reading Partners program $10,000 Nashville, TN Pregnancy Care Center, Inc. Support for counseling & educational programs/services $4,750 Rocky Mount, NC Putnam County School System Support for curriculum mapping and professional development $9,000 Cookeville, TN Support for school projects in the areas of science, social studies, technology, & diversity $5,000 Rocky Mount/Edgecombe Support for Community Resource Center at $10,000 Community Development Thorne Ridge Apartments Rocky Mount, NC Safe Moves General support for project start-up $4,400 Charleston, SC Salesian Missions Support for Centro Salesiano Community Health Fair New Rochelle, NY and Women’s Cancer Program $10,000 Second Harvest Food Bank of Support for the Kids Café program $1,000 Nashville, Inc. Nashville, TN 15 North America Plant Community Grants 2002 2001 2000 Senior Citizens, Inc. General support $1,000 Nashville, TN South Carolina Aquarium Support for capital campaign Charleston, SC $25,000 Stoughton Area School District Support for Educational Enrichment Fund Stoughton, WI for low-income/disadvantaged students $1,080 Treadwell Elementary School Support for Great Expectations Promotional Program $5,000 Memphis, TN Trident Urban League Support for mentoring program in Charleston County $2,500 Charleston, SC School District Ujima House, Inc. General support $20,000 $1,500 Nashville, TN United Communities Ministries Support for Bassett Center $7,500 Rocky Mount, NY United States-Mexico Border Support for new incubator for Juarez General Hospital in Mexico $7,700 Health Association Support for Centro Salesiano Gym capital campaign $25,000 El Paso, TX YWCA Support for Racial Justice Program $5,000 Jamestown, NY Total, North America Plant Community Grants $22,830 $141,970 $78,200 16 North America Plant Innovation Fund Grants 2002 2001 2000 Cookeville Police Athletic League Support for Computer Networking Project with Cookeville, TN the Public Housing Authority $25,000 Dodson Branch Elementary School Support for library and reading materials, software for Cookeville, TN preschool reading program $20,000 Emma B. Howe Family YMCA Support for construction of the Outdoor Initiatives Course Coon Rapids, MN at Camp Guy Robinson $25,000 Findlay City Schools Support for playground construction projects at Findlay, OH Washington Intermediate and Jacobs Primary Schools $25,000 Hollister Reach, Inc. Support for after-school program $20,000 $20,000 Hollister, NC Hope House Day Care Center Support for Parent Partnering Program $25,000 Memphis, TN Imani & Associates Inc. General support $20,000 Charleston, SC Lake Mills Community Preschool Support for building remodeling and expansion project $20,000 and Daycare Support for Family Resource Center materials, equipment, $10,000 Lake Mills, IA and supplies Medora Community School Corporation Support for Computer/Technology Lab $25,000 Medora, IN Opportunities Industrialization Center, Inc. Support for Welfare to Work/Workfirst Partners Program $25,000 Rocky Mount, NC Ujima House Support for Barkesdale Rhodes Learning Center $20,000 Nashville, TN Wings For Girls Support for Memminger Elementary School Wings Program $25,000 Sullivans Island, SC Total, North America Plant Innovation Fund Grants $30,000 $100,000 $175,000 17 United Way Grants The Cummins Foundation contributes to United Way organizations in communities where the company or its wholly owned subsidiaries have operations. The Foundation gift is not a straight match of employee giving but is closely linked to what employees give. Commitments were made to United Ways or United Funds in the following communities: 2002 2001 2000 Columbus, IN $427,500 $475,00 $475,000 Charleston, SC $19,935 $22,150 $22,150 Cookeville, TN $11,319 $12,577 $10,577 Decatur County, IN $5,279 $5,865 $5,865 El Paso, TX $2,250 $2,500 $2,500 Findlay, OH $3,672 $4,080 $4,080 Fostoria, OH $0 $0 $14,153 Indianapolis, IN $9,900 $11,000 $10,500 Jamestown, NY $20,258 $22,509 $22,509 Jefferson County, IN $3,652 $4,058 $3,558 Jennings County, IN $20,828 $23,142 $22,642 Johnson County, IN $13,495 $14,494 $14,494 Memphis, TN $21,823 $24,248 $24,248 Minneapolis, MN $68,751 $76,390 $73,390 Nashville, TN $5,352 $5,946 $4,946 St. Peter, MN $0 $5,428 $5,428 Scott County, IN $7,146 $7,940 $7,940 Seymour, IN $28,009 $31,121 $31,121 Shelby County, IN $3,643 $4,048 $4,048 Total United Way Grants $672,812 $752,996 $759,149 18 Corporate Donations In addition to the funds Cummins Inc. makes available to the Foundation, it also makes a number of donations each year. Some of these donations or corporate memberships originate from the corporate office and they are listed below. Other donations may be made by Cummins management to encourage and promote activities within their communities. Those donations are not reported in a central manner. 2002 2001 2000 Alliance for Indiana’s Future, Inc. General support $10,000 Indianapolis, IN Atterbury-Bakalar Air Museum Support for Welcome Home Veterans Celebration $5,000 Columbus, IN Cancer Research Foundation of America Support for Fun Run $2,500 Alexandria, VA Christel House Support for Evening of Angels $2,500 Indianapolis, IN City of Columbus, IN Support for Ethnic Expo Festival $5,000 $5,000 $5,000 Support for Dare Program $1,500 $2,000 Support for Festival of Lights $5,000 Support for Scottish Festival $5,000 $5,000 Columbus Area Chamber of Commerce Support for Economic Development Fund $40,000 $40,000 $40,000 Columbus, IN Columbus Area Chamber of Commerce Support for consulting fees for Foundation Columbus Learning Center $20,000 $22,500 Columbus, IN Support for Main Street Project $30,000 Support for Community Education Coalition $10,000 $20,000 Columbus Indiana Philharmonic Support for “An Evening With Andre Watts” $21,113 Columbus, IN Columbus North High School Support for Solar Stealth Project $15,000 $15,000 Columbus, IN Cummins Zimbabwe, Africa Humanitarian Relief support $50,000 George C. Marshall Foundation Support for awards dinner $5,000 Washington, DC Indiana Grantmakers Alliance Support for conference $5,000 Indianapolis, IN Indiana Sports Corporation NCAA project support $16,667 Indianapolis, IN IUPUI-Columbus, IN Support for Center for Economic Education (over three years) $10,000 Johnson County Community Foundation Support for Starlight Express Gala $2,500 Franklin, IN Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Support for Annual Gala $5,000 Washington, DC Leadership Conference on Civil Rights Support for Hubert H. Humphrey Civil Rights Awards Banquet $1,000 $1,000 $1,000 Washington, DC Mayo Foundation Support for Patient Care Programs $20,000 $20,000 Rochester, MN 19 2002 2001 2000 Morehouse College Support for Leadership and Ethics Center Capital Campaign $150,000 Atlanta, GA (over 3 years) National Civil Rights Museum Support for Freedom Fund Banquet $11,000 Memphis, TN The Arby’s Foundation Support for Big Brothers Big Sisters golf benefit $3,000 Indianapolis, IN The Bank Street College of Education Support for dinner honoring Henry Schacht $25,000 New York, NY The Governor's Hoosier Heritage Support for Indiana 2016 Communities Building Community $3,000 Foundation Indianapolis, IN The Kennedy Center Support for Annual Gala $5,000 $5,000 Washington, DC Corporate Fund $5,000 The Marrow Foundation Support for Zumwalt Fund for the Future $25,000 Washington, DC Support for Anniversary Gala $5,000 The Nature Conservancy Membership support $2,500 $2,500 Indianapolis, IN VSA Arts Support for Wall Street Rat Race $2,500 New York, NY Total, Corporate Donations $88,500 $172,113 $448,167 20