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GE Volunteers Foundation 2005 Annual Report Good people doing great things connect strengthen respond Dear GE Friends, What’s in a name? It’s a question important enough for poets to ponder. We’d say a name — a good name — is an extremely valuable commodity. That’s why so much care and consideration has gone into changing our name from Elfun Community Foundation to the GE Volunteers Foundation. As such, we will continue to function as a non-profit public charity supporting the work of GE volunteers and helping GE people impacted by natural disasters. As a natural evolution of the rich heritage that had its roots in the 1928 establishment of the Elfun Society, our new name reflects our commitment to bringing our family of members closer together, aligning it more closely in name as well as nature, to the good work performed by the great people of GE. The GE Volunteers Foundation is built on the proud tradition of the Elfuns. Both share one common factor: the good people who lend their time, talent and treasure to support our efforts to meet local community needs. In this report, you’ll read more about the initiatives GE volunteers are involved in — how one GE volunteer aiding survivors needed to be rescued herself, how the everyday use of our volunteer credit card can buy a multitude of supplies for unfunded volunteer projects, and how GE volunteers come together as “One GE – One Community” to make a difference. These are just some of the thousands of examples of how your donations are helping our communities one project at a time. Volunteer efforts range from the humble to the heroic. All are important. All add strength to the fabric of the GE Volunteers Foundation and have enabled us to enjoy another record-breaking year in 2005. What’s in a name? An enduring tradition of connecting GE people to the needs of the communities in which we live and work, strengthening GE’s commitment to volunteer efforts around the globe, and responding whenever and wherever we find a need. Thank you for your continued investment in the hopes and futures of your communities, GE family members, and yourselves. Sincerely, Cris Harter Denise Cullinan President of the Board President of the Board Elfun Community Foundation GE Volunteers Foundation 2004–2006 2006–2008 The GE Volunteers Foundation: A proud past. A bright future. Connect. Strengthen. Respond. Active words. Active people. That commitment is repeated over and over again in By donating to the GE Volunteers Foundation, your our grants, in our projects and in our funding streams. commitment to doing great things comes with the Good people doing great things. satisfaction that your donations go directly to the Throughout the world, GE volunteers — made up of Born of the inventiveness and imagination of our causes that mean the most to you. Foundation GE employees and retirees — are improving the founders over a century ago. And bringing it all donations are dispersed in the form of grants to communities in which they live and work by donating together in the 21st century. recipients sponsored by GE volunteers. These areas their time and money in community-based projects. include education and community building. The GE family of volunteers has a long history of In 2005, GE volunteers completed more than 1,000 getting actively involved in all aspects of their com- Since 2001, the GE Volunteers Foundation has provided service projects and contributed more than one million munities. They invest their time, their talent, their over $750,000 in support of nearly 100 service projects. hours of their time — making a truly positive impres- knowledge and their money — but most of all their In the following pages, you will read about some of our sion on the lives of tens of thousands of people. hearts. And when they see those who are discouraged most recent accomplishments. or in need, they work to strengthen their spirits so The GE Volunteers Foundation helps support these they can strengthen our society one community at dedicated people who serve as mentors, tutors, a time. They don’t wait for someone else to fix it. helpers, builders and friends. They respond — to the request, the crisis, the need. GE Volunteers is an integral part of what makes GE a "good company." Together we share a tradition of integrity and public service. From the contributions of Thomas Edison 1928 1930’s – 1940’s 1950’s – 1970’s to Charles Steinmetz to Gerald Phillippe, The Elfun Society is founded by The Elfun Society uses forum Elfun membership increases volunteer activities have been a vital part then-GE president Gerald Swope meetings, debates and sugges- twenty-fold. Elfun of the Year as a leadership society. The Society tion activities to look inward at and Swope awards are estab- of GE’s culture. Community involvement, adopts the name "Elfun" — a con- the GE organization. The Elfun lished to honor individuals for compassion and continual support remain traction of the words "Electrical Medical Expense Insurance Plan long and meritorious service. Funds." Its main purpose is to is established, becoming an an enduring force in GE to this day. encourage free and open discus- industry standard which other sion outside the environs of GE. corporations emulate. 1980’s 1990’s 2001 – 2002 2005 2006 CEO Jack Welch challenges Elfun Globalization and growth lead to The Elfun Community Foundation The GE Volunteers organization is created The Elfun Community Foundation to change from its traditional social increased diversity in membership, is launched to provide a tax- to encompass the breadth of volunteer becomes the GE Volunteers Foundation and fraternal role and adopt a and the Elfun Society expands deductible vehicle for Elfuns to activities, align resources and make to align the organization more closely commitment to volunteerism and outside North America. Royalties support thousands of volunteer greater impact in GE communities around in name and nature to the people of GE. community. Elfun responds by from affinity credit cards are used efforts around the world. In 2002 the world. The organization includes all The Elfun Society continues to serve its adding volunteerism to its charter. to sponsor local programs and the Elfun Community Foundation volunteer activities previously organized members as a fraternal organization. projects through Elfun chapters. awards its first grants. by Elfun, GE businesses, affinity networks, and other employee organizations. Michael Steinfeld, Development Officer, was delighted when he learned that the Bell Gardens Library, part of the County of Los Angeles Public Library system, was to be the recipient of a $10,000 GE Volunteers Foundation grant. But what he did not expect were the additional benefits that would come about as a result. “Our original intent was to refurbish the satellite library, which serves nine schools in an underprivileged part of the city, but thanks to the local interest generated by the grant, the project has grown into a major refurbishment of the Bell Gardens Library,” says Michael. Dozens of other community organi- zations have signed on to be a part of this exciting project. Connect. GE Volunteers Foundation — “If it wasn’t for the GE grant, none of this would have been possible,” Making the connection Michael adds. “The GE Volunteers Foundation has Donations are the primary revenue stream of the GE Volunteers Foundation. truly helped us to Your donation connects the many ways the GE Volunteer Foundation supports realize our dreams.” our communities. This is our charitable organization, overseen by our people, funding our grants, with projects sponsored and completed by our volunteers Along with a $5,000 in our communities — where we live, where we work, and where we play. Sharing the Gold grant, The GE Volunteers Foundation solicits donations from our GE family to fund GE Volunteers Foundation’s our endowment, invest in our communities and connect with our people. total contribution of $15,000 resulted in $415,000 Grants range from $5,000 to $25,000, and are awarded once a year based on match from the County well-defined criteria such as GE volunteer participation, project definition, and of Los Angeles. evidence of support from the benefiting organization and local GE management. Donors are encouraged to work closely with GE volunteers in their local com- munity to ensure that quality grants are identified and submitted. Donations are tax-deductible and are matched dollar-for-dollar by GE’s philan- thropic organization (the GE Foundation), leveraged by GE volunteer manpower, and directed by GE people. Your generous donation to the GE Volunteers Foundation will increase the pool of available funds and expand the impact of these dedicated GE volunteers. Tears of joy flowed freely in Bedminster, Bristol, UK on June 17th, mark- ing this year’s Global Community Day. Over 50 GE volunteers from GE Capital Solutions, Equipment Financing, UK, arrived at Windmill Hill City Farm, a facility providing educational and recreational opportunities for the local community in a deprived area in the heart of Bristol. Joining other GE volunteers around the globe for “One GE – One Community” projects, these volunteers had some hard work ahead. After investing nearly 400 man-hours, the volunteers cleared run-down areas, repaired broken fences and play equipment, built new storage areas, erected new fencing, and repainted several areas, to name just some of the activities completed. The impact was immediate. Local delight was expressed best by a child visiting the farm that afternoon. She said to one of the volunteers in wonder, "Wow, that's Strengthen. amazing! Did you guys do that?" Farm Director Briget Primarolo summed up her staff’s feelings at the end of the day, saying, "What you've achieved in just one day is amazing. One of our team was on the verge of tears when she saw what an incredible transformation Sharing the Gold — you have made. Thank you!" Adding muscle to our volunteers Windmill Hill City Farm is set on two hectares, and its activities benefit over 200,000 local visitors each year. As volunteering expanded globally, and the number and size of worthwhile projects kept growing, more and more requests for funding poured in. To meet this increased need, GE created Sharing the Gold to provide another source of funds to sup- port the global activities of GE volunteers. Money generated from credit card royalties is available as working capital for GE volunteer projects, and goes direct- ly to GE communities in support of these projects. The GE Volunteers Foundation now manages the Sharing the Gold program as part of its mission to support our volunteers. One of GE’s dedicated volunteers saw her role reversed last summer when Hurricane Katrina roared through the U.S. Gulf Coast. Kay Erwin, a GE Plastics employee and active GE volunteer working on community service projects, had never done any disaster relief work. But last August, all that changed. Visiting her mother in the hospital when the storm hit, Kay and her family could not be moved. When the older woman was evacuated, Kay pinned a note to her chest with The GE Volunteers Foundation established the Disaster Relief Fund the phone numbers of relatives and GE co-workers. Kay and her sister to enable GE people to assist their colleagues who are affected by stayed behind at the devastated hospital, assisting with communications, food preparation and water distribution. natural disasters. “We spent three days looking out at the city, at the failed levees and the Last summer, when Hurricanes Katrina and Rita devastated areas of oil refineries on fire,” she recalls. The hospital’s emergency resources were the Gulf Coast, the GE Volunteers Foundation provided $464,000 in exhausted. After six long days, Kay and her sister were evacuated. Logging 61 relief grants to affected GE employees. All donations are used to on to the Internet to register her mother as a missing person, Kay was provide direct relief such as housing and essentials. shocked to find over 300 emails from GE people around the world! In addition, the GE Volunteers Foundation contributed $25,000 towards Eventually, she located her mother at a temporary ER at Louisiana State rebuilding efforts in the tsunami-ravaged province of Phang Nga. The University, and joined her shortly thereafter. grant equipped GE volunteers with the construction materials neces- Meanwhile, GE employees had already been mobilizing. The GE Volunteers sary to build homes for the people of the Ban Thung Wa Village. Foundation gave grants to Kay and other GE survivors for their recovery efforts. And worldwide, GE plants pitched in, sending food, clothing and home essentials. “People we never met helped us,” says Kay. Kay’s home was destroyed, as were those of her mother and sister, but they plan on rebuilding. Despite her losses, Kay has not forgotten her roots as a volunteer. “The GE family has invested large amounts of time and money to Respond. help,” she explains. “Their generosity has allowed us to to get back on our Disaster Relief – people helping people feet sooner and begin helping other people.” “A good company leads by example, not words.” Citizenship: A Letter from Jeff Immelt Our Grants Helping our communities one project at a time Our grant recipients are as varied as our GE volunteers. for each child and associating reading with positive role McLean County Community Compact They cover the globe — from Bristol, Connecticut to models. GE currently works with Books in Homes in 12 Bloomington, Illinois — $5,300 New Zealand schools nationwide. The Sixth Grade Business/Education Partnership introduces Bristol, UK. They assist people in crisis, improve parks Children’s Home Society of New Jersey students to the working world by coordinating the adop- and open spaces, and refurbish libraries and schools. tion of every sixth grade class in the county. Over 2,400 Trenton, New Jersey — $10,000 In 2005, the GE Volunteers Foundation received more students in 82 classrooms will participate, with GE volun- Fun with Books and Music improves infants’ and toddlers’ teers emphasizing hands-on activities and offering advice than 65 high-quality applications for funding from early literacy skills and educational foundations, strengthens on business success. nonprofit organizations working with GE volunteers. parent-child attachment, and empowers parents to aid in We awarded nearly $255,000 in grants to 30 deserving their children’s cognitive development. Operation Blessing China Beijing, China — $9,700 organizations. We proudly announce the 2005 Divine Light Trust for the Blind (DLTB) Operation Blessing works to improve access to basic grant recipients. Bangalore, India — $10,000 education in rural China. Through the Adopt-a-Student DLTB supports children ages 4–15 whose parents have program, they provide scholarships for tuition, textbooks abandoned them due to poverty or inability to care for EDUCATION and related school costs. their special needs. The organization adopts these children, Apple Ridge Farm, Inc. cares for them, and helps them enter mainstream schools. Pengcheng Special Education Roanoke, Virginia — $10,000 GE volunteers will support existing teaching activities. China — $4,000 A new educational partnership between Apple Ridge Farms Greater Philadelphia Cares This grant will upgrade school facilities, improving the and the Roanoke Valley Astronomical Society works with lives of severely mentally challenged children excluded Philadelphia, Pennsylvania — $10,000 at-risk inner-city students. GE volunteers will build Apple from enrollment in special-needs public schools, and The GE Scholars Program will support 10–15 high school stu- Ridge Observatory and expand the Science Explorations helping them with physical education. dents who will work with GE volunteers to plan the annual segment of the summer camp program. Philadelphia Cares Day on October 21, 2006. GE affinity Pittsfield Public Schools Auberle Development groups will mentor students, improving their leadership Pittsfield, Massachusetts — $7, 100 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania — $5,000 and project management skills as part of a planning team. Together, the school district and GE volunteers will develop Auberle Development cares for and heals abused, neglected Jacksonville School for Children with Autism, Inc. a literacy-training program. The initial launch will focus on and troubled children throughout southwestern Pennsylvania. literacy intervention in grades K-5. Jacksonville, Florida — $10,000 Their Tutoring Program will match 30 young people with This grant will fund development of a room designed to Project 511 GE volunteers for necessary academic assistance. address students’ sensory needs and will support special Hyderabad, India — $6,400 Books in Homes school projects. Projects include a sensory summer camp This grant funds a development program to improve New Zealand — $10,000 for special needs children and educational workshops for the academic performance of underprivileged children. This project encourages reading and promotes literacy community parents and professionals. GE volunteers will GE volunteers will tutor students in English language skills in lower-income communities by providing five free books build the room and provide ongoing support to caregivers. and computer literacy. Salvation Army Boys and Girls Clubs of Louisville Cincinnati Parks Foundation Louisville, Kentucky — $10,000 Cincinnati, Ohio — $10,000 The Whole Child Project supports over 150 youths attending The Washington Park Green-Up project helps strengthen the site daily. GE volunteers tutor and support club members and increase the safety of the largest green space in in computer labs. Cincinnati to benefit all city residents. This is part of GE volunteers’ sustained efforts throughout the year. Youth Outreach Services, Inc. Chicago, Illinois — $10,000 Dom Dziecka Children’s Shelter The Latino Arts Integration Youth Initiative will target 125 Poland — $7,000 youths to improve academic performance, cultivate creative This grant will fund the renovation of a shelter that serves talents, and assist the school district with student retention. abused children. In addition, GE volunteers will build and stock a library, and serve as tutors in personal finance. COMMUNITY BUILDING/SENIORS Evansville ARC, Inc. Evansville, Indiana — $10,000 Ardoch Youth Foundation Victoria, Australia — $10,000 Serving over 1,000 families, the Evansville ARC greenhouse construction project provides disabled individuals with edu- The Breakfast Club Reconstruction Project provides healthy cational opportunities in a unique learning environment. meals to over 250 low-income and homeless youth. GE vol- GE volunteers will plan and build the greenhouse and unteers will help rebuild new kitchen facilities and continue provide tutoring services. to serve as positive role models. Hope Haven Area Development Center Corporation Associação de Solidariedade Social ASSOMADA Burlington, Iowa — $9,800 Portugal — $10,000 This grant supports the Lake Trail Development project, Community Empowerment of the Barronhos Ward teaches providing access for 350 disabled children and adults. over 100 poor children how to use computers, obtain healthy GE volunteers serve on Hope Haven’s board, leading this meals, and channel their behavior positively through athlet- project to complete lake trails and develop environmental ics. GE volunteers will tutor children and help construct a awareness programs for area youth. new program space. New York Restoration Project (NYRP) Brightwood Ranch New York, New York — $10,000 Edmonton, Canada — $6,800 NYRP revitalizes neglected parks and open spaces in dis- This grant will be used to build the Ropes Course Challenge, advantaged neighborhoods in New York City. This project used by over 500 children in summer camp and incorporat- will reforest a park in Washington Heights, with over 60 ed into the curriculum of inner-city schools to help children GE volunteers joining community-based organizations to build confidence and self esteem. Brightwood, a division complete the work. of Hope Mission, has worked with GE volunteers for over four years. Niles Home for Children Kansas City, Missouri — $10,000 Casa Taiguara São Paulo, Brazil — $6,000 The Living History Project matches Niles Home members with senior citizens from a local home to develop a perma- This grant will refurbish and build capacity at the home, nent archive of information. The Niles Home for Children, which cares for homeless children who must learn to a residential therapeutic treatment facility, focuses on integrate into mainstream society. For three years, neglected, abused or abandoned children ages 6–17. GE volunteers have provided labor and mentoring. Northwest Parent & Child Society, Inc. Schenectady, New York — $5,000 Financial summary Operation Kids and Baseball benefits the Children’s Home, a residential facility working with troubled youth aged 11–17. 2005 2004 Recreation on the softball field provides a venue to teach life- REVENUES long social and personal skills, and build healthy relationships between staff, GE volunteers and the children. Contributions (1) $858,698 $ 616,186 Investment Return 92,918 173,813 Oficina de Jesus Petropolis, Brazil — $9,500 Total Revenues 951,616 789,999 This organization supports people in drug and alcohol recov- EXPENSES ery programs. The grant provides funding to improve facilities and increase living space for the residents. GE volunteers will Grants (2) 225,900 144,000 plan and lead the project. Development 83,306 54,005 Management & General 34,887 52,380 Rebuilding Together Worcester (RTW) Pledge Writeoffs 20,347 17,121 Worcester, Massachusetts — $7,500 RTW partners with corporations, individuals, and non-profits Total Expenses 364,440 267,506 in Worcester to rehabilitate low-income homes, community centers and shelters serving the elderly, disabled and families Increase in Net Assets (3) 587,176 522,493 with children. GE volunteers have worked with RTW for two years. NET ASSETS AT DECEMBER 31 South Brevard Women’s Center Melbourne, Florida — $5,800 Endowment: The center helps abused women and children in crisis. Board Designated 1,600,000 1,400,000 GE volunteers will work at eight undisclosed housing locations, providing computers and tutoring to help the Donor Restricted 310,385 310,385 women start new independent lives. Total Endowment 1,910,385 1,710,385 The Women’s Center Unrestricted – Undesignated 1,063,740 1,181,235 Waukesha, Wisconsin — $10,000 Temporarily Restricted 564,943 60,272 Community Building through the Seasons enables GE Total Net Assets $3,539,068 $2,951,892 volunteers to create a more efficient food pantry system and assist the center with facility upgrades and help program participants. Notes: Yayasan Semai Jiwa Amini (1) In addition to individual gifts, includes GE Foundation match. Jakarta, Indonesia — $10,000 (2) Thirty grants were awarded in 2005 and twenty-three in 2004. The Teacher Empowerment Program helps professional (3) The excess of revenues over expenses is consistent with the GE Volunteers Foundation’s teachers create a positive learning environment for their goal to build its endowment to a point where it can provide investment income in line students. In its second year of funding, GE volunteers with grants. engage in all aspects of the program. The GE Volunteers Foundation’s financial statements were audited by KPMG, LLP. Audited Financial Statements and IRS Form 990 are available at www.gevolunteersfoundation.org, or by contacting the GE Volunteers Foundation, 3135 Easton Turnpike, Fairfield, CT 06828. Our Board Leading by example Our board members are not just figureheads — they OFFICERS are actual GE Volunteers, providing support and aid Cris Harter President and Director, Managing Director, GE Commercial Finance • John Betchkal Vice President to the recipients of our funding. The GE Volunteers and Director, GE Retiree • Gayle Herndon Secretary and Director, Tax Counsel – Tax Policy and Planning, Foundation Board of Directors is made up of current GE Corporate Tax Counsel • Tony Yocco Treasurer and Director, Program Leader, GE Transportation and former officers of GE Elfun, retired GE officers, DIRECTORS and philanthropy experts. In addition, the Foundation’s Jack Batty GE Retiree • Linda Boff GE Corporate, Organizational Communications • Lynn Bring-Smith Program Advisory Council of current and former GE officers Manager, GE Energy • Robert Clark GE Retiree • Larry Cook Program Leader, GE Corporate Human Relations • provides counsel to the Board on program develop- Mike Cosgrove Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer, GE Asset Management • Denise Cullinan ment and Foundation strategy. Vice President, Marketing, GE Consumer Finance • Dom Darkangelo GE Retiree • Deborah Elam Chief Diversity The mission of the GE Volunteers Foundation is to Officer, GE Corporate • Joe Gould Project Manager, GE Transportation • Saul Milles, M.D. Retired GE Medical provide uncompromised programming and financial Director • Tracie Winbigler Executive Vice President and CFO, TV Stations Division, NBC Universal support to the organizations we fund. As such, our ADVISORY COUNCIL board members are not financially compensated for Bill Cary Vice President, Investor Communications • Beth Comstock President, NBC Universal Digital their work, but gain a wealth of personal fulfillment Media • Bob Corcoran Vice President, Corporate Citizenship and Chief Learning Officer • Stu Dean President, knowing they are involved in doing great things. GE Southeast Asia • Frank Doyle Retired GE Senior Vice President • Dale Frey Retired GE Vice President and Treasurer, Retired President, GE Investment Corporation • John Myers Chairman and President, GE Asset Management • Susan Peters Vice President, GE Executive Development • Deb Reif President and Chief Executive Officer, GE Equipment Services • John Rice Vice Chairman, GE Industrial STAFF Jean Collier Executive Director, GE Volunteers Foundation, Manager, GE Volunteers • Jill Lazzaro Heinrich Program Manager, GE Volunteers • Mary Ellen Hogan Administrator, GE Volunteers Foundation, GE Volunteers Our Donors The heart of the Foundation Our donors add life to our volunteers’ great work. From recent college graduates to GE retirees, these generous contributors give what they can to augment the efforts of GE Volunteers in the field. We gratefully acknowledge the generosity of the following donors. “Size with no heart will turn away the best people … We have used our size to be a good citizen.” Jeff Immelt President and CEO Letter to the Stakeholders 2005 January 1, 2005 — December 31, 2005 PLATINUM Steven Enke Wendy Pate Colleen Benn Bridget Farley Raymond S. Joseph Matthew Norris Dorothy Thompson George B. Farnsworth Robert L. Patterson Stefano Bertamini Kenneth F. Farmer Gary Juedes Ronald O'Keefe Kathey Tinges $25,000 or more Melisa Ferry Vincent W. Patton Granville Betton Marilyn Feaster Gregory Juedes Nicola Osborn Bela Tisoczki Carlisle Burns Peter Flinch Jacqui M. Peace Robert E. Birr Enzo J. Fedeli Joan S. Kadlec Edwin Oswalt Ray Toomey Dennis D. Dammerman Ivan K. Fong Jack O. Peiffer John W. Bittig David Ferguson Bradley R. Karas George Palko Albert C. Tsang Jeffrey Immelt Catherine M. Forth Happy Perkins Donald Blais Shane Fitzsimmons Joseph Keene Paul Paris United Way of Denis & Britta Nayden Dale F. 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