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Hampton Tucker and Christopher Anderson Elizabeth A. Twohy Mabel Burroughs Tyler Foundation

United Way of the Greater Triangle

George W. Vakos Revocable Trust

Virginia Arts Festival Virginia Automobile Dealers Association

Virginia Beach Events Unlimited The Virginian-Pilot Jody and Alan Wagner Dr. and Mrs. Frederic R. Walker

Waterfront Marine Construction


Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Weisberg

Robert H. and Janice G. Wells Edith R. White Dr. and Mrs. James L. White Karen Bloxom White, M.D. F. Beale Wilhoit William T. Wilkins, M.D. Donald E. Williams Mary Jane Willis Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Wilson

Lynne and Steve Winter Dorothy Urban Wright, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. John O. Wynne Dr. and Mrs. Terry P. Yarbrough

Young Audiences of Virginia

–> DONORS CONTINUED Honorary Gifts

(Given to the Hampton Roads Community Foundation between January 1 and December 31, 2010) We appreciate gifts made in honor of the following special people:

Mrs. C. Chadwick Ballard Jr. Mr. and Mrs. C. Chadwick Ballard III Logan Mackenzie Bates Skylar Thomas Bates Sandra and Chick* Baylor Mrs. Jane Beskin Jimmy and Iona Cerza Mrs. Geraldine “Gerry” Colenda

Betty and Josh Darden

Susan and Allan Donn Nan C. Edgerton Terry Tang and Jimmy Fang Morris Fine Jennifer Lynn Gray Capt. and Mrs. James M. Hickerson

Harry and Calvert Lester Harvey L. Lindsay Jr. Jane Stuart Barr MacConochie

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mahoney

Suzanne and Vince Mastracco Philip L. Russo Jr. Glenn Allen Scott Capt. and Mrs. Gerry R. Spaulding Hampton Tucker and Christopher Anderson Benjamin J. Willis Jr.


October 6, 2010 was Stan Winarski Day AT THE ACADEMY FOR NONPROFIT EXCELLENCE.

The reason? Winarski, the co-chair of

First Book Hampton Roads, was the 800th person to take a class at the Academy, which is held at Tidewater Community Col- lege. The Academy is co-sponsored by the Hampton Roads Community Foundation. Since 2004 the Academy has offered 188 one- and two-day classes to help Hampton Roads nonprofit staff and board members learn new skills in marketing, fundraising, administration and a host of other help- ful topics. Senior Services of Southeastern Virginia alone has sent 26 staff members to various classes.

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Most academy students take multiple classes, and 49 of them have earned Certificates in Nonprofit Management. Stan started with a two-day session on nonprofit brand- ing and returned for a website class. The Hampton resident plans to keep learning so his nonprofit can help even more area children love reading. The Hampton Roads Commu-

nity Foundation pioneered the non- profit academy to provide excellent but affordable training for nonprofit staff and board members.

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Photo courtesy of Stan Winarski

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