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Annual Donation Totals
Year Total
2016 $
2015 $70,500
2014 $144,000
2013 $84,050
2012 $101,330
2011 $89,945
2010 $68,700
2009 $431,750
2008 $58,510
2007 $57,285
2006 $34,700
2005 $2,000
2004 $71,581
2003 $74,523
2002 $123,300
2001 $84,357
2000 $36,368
1999 $38,500
1998 $21,914
1997 $1,000
2006 Total Charitable Contributions $34,700
Bimini, Bahamas $20,000

Donation of computs, software, wireless networks and peripherals to the island schools

To learn more about Bimini, Bahamas, visit www.bahamas.com/islands/bimini

Ron Kittle's Indiana Sports Charities $12,000

Indiana Sports Charities (ISC) was founded in 1989 by Ron Kittle. Ron and his volunteer staff are dedicated to assisting cancer research facilities and education institutions throughout Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana.

To learn more about Ron Kittle's Indiana Sports Charities, visit www.indianasportscharities.org

Plano Baseball Association - Plano, TX $2,000

PBA, a non-profit organization, hosts both recreational and competitive baseball and softball for youth in Plano and the surrounding communities. Children, ages 3 -18 years play in league and tournaments in the spring and fall seasons. PBA aspires to offer every child wanting to learn baseball or softball the opportunity to develop the mental and physical skills needed to play through camps, clinics and regular team practices. Physical activity, teamwork, discipline, and sportsmanship are all emphasized for healthy life skills.

To learn more about Plano Baseball Association - Plano, TX, visit www.planobaseball.org

Umpiring school $500

Donation to help kids who want to learn to umpire but can't afford equipment

Homeless Family Center, Vero Beach, FL $200

The Homeless Family Center provides Emergency and Transitional Shelter for Homeless Families from Indian River, St. Lucie, Martin, and Okeechobee Counties. Our 4th Street facility can accommodate seven families in the Emergency Shelter and twelve families in the Transitional Shelter which translates into a total of 72 individuals that we may house on any given day. In addition, three stand-alone homes are occupied by families who have transitioned from the Center to greater self-sufficiency.

To learn more about Homeless Family Center, Vero Beach, FL, visit www.homelessfamilycenter.org

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