The Annual Fund

When you make a donation to the Virginia Athletics Foundation, you support every aspect of a student-athlete’s experience at the University of Virginia, from the moment they are recruited to the day they walk the Lawn for final exercises. Your investment continues long after graduation, providing career opportunities because of the degrees earned from the University of Virginia.

Take It To The Next Level

Take It To The Next Level is an initiative that encourages current VAF members to increase their 2017 commitment in support of UVA student-athletes. By participating in Take It To The Next Level, you elect to go up to the next giving level, which will increase your benefits and priority points.

VAF giving levels have not increased since 2007, yet scholarship costs have continued to rise. Please consider this tangible way to support Virginia athletics. Your additional support provides student-athletes every opportunity to be successful at the University of Virginia.

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I Give 110%

I Give 110% is an initiative to help VAF meet the rising cost of scholarships. I Give 110% recognizes VAF members whose Annual Fund commitment is at least 10% greater than their previous year’s Annual Fund gift. Members who increase their previous year’s commitment by at least 10% receive bonus points (current year pledge x .05) and are entered into gift drawings throughout the year.

In 2016, 2,787 members participated in I Give 110%. The loyalty and generosity of VAF members is essential to carry forward the tradition of Uncompromised Excellence.

  • Customized car decal
  • Bonus priority points (current year pledge x .05)
  • Donors are entered into drawings for select gifts
  • Autographed sports memorabilia
  • Gift cards to the Cavalier Team Shop
  • Invitation to an “inside look” of UVA athletics facilities
  • Invitation to attend a closed basketball or football practice
  • President’s Box tickets and a reserved parking pass to a select home football game
  • Single game tickets, reserved parking pass and sideline access passes to select home football games
  • Two lower level tickets and a reserved parking pass to a select home men’s basketball game
  • VAF is a 501 (c) (3) organization that qualifies to accept charitable contributions. All checks must be postmarked and credit cards processed by December 31 to count as a 2017 tax contribution.

    Drawings are held six times per year. Pledges must be made prior to the drawing date to be eligible for the gifts. Drawing winners will be contacted by a member of the VAF staff after each drawing and their names will appear in the Cavalier Corner.


An endowment gift is one of the most powerful gifts a donor can make to the athletics program. Endowed funds provide a lasting source of support for Virginia Athletics. Gifts can be made to establish endowed scholarship funds or sport-specific operational funds to assist with annual budgetary needs.

When a gift is made to the endowment, the Foundation invests it with the University of Virginia Investment Management Company (UVIMCO) for long-term growth. The earnings generated by the investment are used to support the scholarship or operational needs in the area that the donor chooses to endow.

Anyone can make a gift of any size to the endowment. At a time when scholarship and operational costs are dramatically escalating, the growth of the Virginia Athletics Foundation endowment is critical if Virginia athletics is to continue its commitment to a broad-based and successful athletics program.

On an annual basis, approximately five percent of the endowment value is distributed for scholarship support and operational support as designated by the donor. In 2016, the endowment supported 19% of the total scholarship expense, with the remainder being supported by annual giving. An endowment of approximately $374 million is needed to fully fund the entire scholarship expense.

Scholarship Endowments

The Foundation is able to fund the 316.6 athletic scholarships allowed by the NCAA each year, but only a fraction of those are funded by the endowment. The majority of the scholarship funds are raised each year as part of the Annual Fund. The goal is to endow all of the scholarships in order to rely less on the Annual Fund. This would allow the annual giving funds to be utilized on other strategic initiatives to benefit the student-athletes and improve the overall financial stability of the athletics department.

Gifts to establish endowed scholarships are invested and an annual distribution is used to provide funding for the designated scholarship recipient.

Note: A generous gift from an anonymous donor provides funding for the men’s and women’s squash programs, including support for scholarships, annual operational funds and facility enhancements through an endowment.

Future fundraising, led by University Advancement, in partnership with Friends of Virginia Squash, will ensure all expenses for both squash programs will be covered. To make a Friends of Virginia Squash gift, visit

Naming Opportunities for Scholarship Endowments

  • Donor can establish scholarship criteria and designate sport and position, if desired
  • Student-athlete is named as recipient according to established criteria
  • Donor recognized on donor wall, website, annual report, etc.
  • Donor receives bio of student-athlete on annual basis
  • Annual acknowledgment from student-athlete
  • Invitation to endowment dinner with recipient, if available

  • Donor can establish scholarship criteria and designate a sport and position, if desired
  • Student-athlete is named as recipient according to established criteria
  • Donor recognized on donor wall, website, annual report, etc.
  • Donor receives bio of student-athlete on annual basis
  • Annual acknowledgment from student-athlete
  • Invitation to endowment dinner with recipient, if available
  • A student-athlete may be awarded multiple named scholarships at this level to meet the actual cost of a full grant-in-aid scholarship
  • Donor can establish scholarship criteria and designate a sport, if desired
  • Student-athlete is named as recipient according to established criteria
  • Donor recognized on donor wall, website, annual report, etc.
  • Donor receives bio of student-athlete on annual basis
  • Annual acknowledgment from student-athlete
  • Invitation to endowment dinner with recipient, if available
  • A student-athlete may be awarded multiple named scholarships at this level to meet the actual cost of a full grant-in-aid scholarship
  • A donor may designate a scholarship at $100,000 or more to a specific sport
  • While no specific student-athlete will be named, the donor will receive an invitation to the endowment dinner and will be acknowledged in annual reports.

Operational Endowments

Fielding a winning team requires more than enrolling talented student-athletes. Each team needs talented coaches, effective recruiting, uniforms and equipment, athletic training, travel and meals for away games; and each sees a rise in cost each year.

Like an endowed scholarship, an operational endowment provides an ongoing source of financial support for the designated team. Gifts to an operational endowment are invested and an annual distribution is used to assist in the funding of the designated team’s budget.

Operational endowments can bear the name of the donor, or they can be named in honor or memory of another.

Operational endowments valued at $3,936,308 have been established by donors to benefit the swimming and diving, baseball, wrestling, men’s lacrosse and volleyball programs.

Naming Opportunities for Operational Endowments

  • Donor can designate a sport, if desired
  • Endowment supplements the operation of the designated sport or the head coach’s salary
  • Donor recognized on donor wall, website, annual report, etc.
  • Annual acknowledgment/interaction with head coach
  • Invitation to endowment dinner with head coach, if available
  • Donor can designate a sport, if desired
  • Endowment supplements the operation of the designated sport or the assistant coach’s salary
  • Donor recognized on donor wall, website, annual report, etc.
  • Annual acknowledgment/interaction with assistant coach
  • Invitation to endowment dinner with assistant coach, if available
  • Donor can designate a sport, if desired
  • Endowment supplements the operation of the designated sport
  • Donor recognized on donor wall, website, annual report, etc.
  • Invitation to endowment dinner, if available
  • Donor can designate a sport, if desired
  • Endowment supplements the operation of the designated sport
  • Donor recognized on donor wall, website, annual report, etc.
  • Annual acknowledgment from head coach
  • Donor can designate a sport, if desired
  • Endowment supplements the operation of the designated sport
  • Donor recognized on donor wall, website, annual report, etc.

2017-2018 Endowed Scholarship Recipients

Capital Projects

Football Operations Center

Softball Facility Expansion

Davenport Field Expansion

Virginia Golf Facility

UVA Tennis Complex

Men’s Basketball Locker Room Renovation Project

Young Alumni

The Virginia Athletics Foundation’s Young Alumni Program allows recent graduates to directly impact Virginia Athletics through giving while taking advantage of a dollar-for-dollar match.

The VAF is the non-profit fundraising organization for Virginia athletics. The Foundation is responsible for raising annual, capital and endowment funds to support scholarships, academic affairs, summer school facilities, and operational needs of the athletics department.

    Young Alumni are individuals who have graduated with an undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia in the last four years or have obtained a graduate degree from UVA within the last two years. For the current Virginia Athletics Foundation giving year, young alumni include:

  • Alumni who received an undergraduate degree from UVA in 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017.
  • Alumni who received a graduate degree from UVA in 2016 and 2017.

    Simply put, the VAF will give you credit for double the amount of your VAF Annual Fund gift. For example, if you give $350 to the VAF, the VAF will “match” your gift dollar-for-dollar and give you benefits and priority points for a $700 gift. VAF will match up to $5,000 of your contribution.

    Benefits of joining the Virginia Athletics Foundation Young Alumni Program:

  • Priority points that allow priority seating for football, men’s basketball and post-season competition
  • Invitations to socials, celebrations, and post-season events
  • Tax Deduction
  • Auto Decal
  • Subscription to Cavalier Corner*
  • Additional benefits associated with each giving level
  • Satisfaction of providing support to deserving student-athletes
  • *For Sabre Club ($100-349) level and above

If you have questions, Contact Us.

Hoo Crew Sabre Points

Beginning with the Class of 2017, graduates who make a minimum donation of $50 to the Virginia Athletics Foundation (VAF) will receive all VAF Young Alumni Program benefits and have 20% of the sabre points as listed in their UVA Shots account at graduation converted into VAF priority points. This opportunity only applies to undergraduate students who receive a diploma from the University of Virginia.

Donors to the VAF earn priority points that are used to determine their overall ranking among all VAF members. VAF uses priority points when assigning both ticket and parking locations. Priority points are recalculated each year and are activated when a current year Annual Fund pledge is made. All sabre points converted will live forever in the VAF priority point system.

Click here to view the priority point calculator.

A VAF donation must be made in the same calendar year as graduation for the sabre points to be converted. For example:

  • May 2017 graduates must make a donation between January 1, 2017-December 31, 2017
  • December 2017 graduates must a donation between January 1, 2017-December 31, 2017

How it works: John Smith graduates in May 2017 with 195 sabre points. After making a donation in the calendar year (2017) to the VAF of $50, John becomes a VAF Member* and will receive the following:

  • Young Alumni dollar-for-dollar match credit and VAF priority points for a $100 donation
  • 195 sabre points converted to 39 VAF priority points

*Any individual that makes a donation to VAF becomes a VAF Member.

Timeline/Important Dates:

June 30— Payment deadline to receive second quarter bonus VAF priority points
July 22 — Fans requesting to purchase 2017-18 men’s basketball season tickets that did not hold season tickets during the 2016-17 season must complete the online ticket request form or call the Virginia Athletics Ticket Office at 1-800-542-UVA1 (8821). Following the renewal period, requests for new season tickets will be fulfilled and seated in VAF priority point order.
September 30 — Payment deadline to receive third quarter bonus VAF priority points
December 31— All 2017 pledges must be paid in full

Cavalier Legacy


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Cavalier Legacy recognizes donors who make or have made a planned gift for the benefit of the athletics program. This includes all irrevocable and revocable gifts, including bequests. Cavalier Legacy donors will also be recognized in the University’s Cornerstone Society, which is comprised of forward-thinking alumni, parents and friends who give to the University or its related foundation through estate or financial plans, or other deferred gift arrangements. With a planned gift, a donor may be able to make a greater impact than they thought possible during their lifetime.

To make a revocable gift to Cavalier Legacy, download this form

Membership in Cavalier Legacy:

  • Donors who make an irrevocable planned gift, e.g. charitable remainder trust, gift annuity, life insurance policy, etc. will receive priority points based on the existing formula—contact a member of the VAF staff for details.
  • Donors who provide documentation naming the Virginia Athletics Foundation as a revocable beneficiary ($25,000 minimum) in the donor’s estate plans will receive 250 priority points.
  • Donors will be recognized on the Foundation’s website and in other publications where Cavalier Legacy is publicized or they can remain anonymous. Recognition of your gift can inspire others to give similarly.
  • The funds can be directed to a surviving family member who has a VAF donor account for future priority point credit.
  • Donors can name a scholarship or other endowment to be awarded and administered once the funds are received.
  • Donors will receive an occasional special invitation to an event or athletics contest.

Car Dealer Program

Virginia athletics and the Virginia Athletics Foundation appreciate the support from 27 car dealers in the Courtesy Car Program. Participation in the program allows us to provide a valuable benefit to our coaches and administrators. In return, participants receive ticket, parking and advertising benefits for their investment in the Courtesy Car Program.

If you are a car dealer interested in participating the VAF Courtesy Car Program, please Contact the Virginia Athletics Foundation for more information.

Thank you Courtesy Car Program dealers for your generous support of Virginia athletics.

BMW of Charlottesville
Mr. Ryan Rhodes
Charlottesville, VA

Brown Automotive Group
Kenny and Lynn Brown
Charlottesville, VA

Colonial Auto Center
Mr. H. Carter Myers III
Charlottesville, VA

Flow Mazda-Volkswagen-Audi-Porsche
Mr. Shawn Ayers
Charlottesville, VA

Jim Price Chevrolet-Hyundai-Kia
Mr. Sandy Fewell
Charlottesville, VA

Volvo Cars of Charlottesville
Ms. Liza Borches
Charlottesville, VA

Lynchburg Nissan Mazda
Mr. Chris Mabry
Forest, VA
Mr. James R. Walker
Lynchburg, VA
Eddins Ford, Inc.
Mr. Donald Eddins
Mr. Gregory Fisher
Madison, VA
Marlow Motor Company
Mr. John K. Marlow
Mrs. Emily Marlow Beck
Front Royal, VA
Allen and Ebeth Peer
Woodstock, VA
Lexus of Richmond
Mr. George W. Whitlow
Richmond, VA

Franklin Leasing dba Buzzy Motors
Mr. Buzzy Northen
Mr. John Middleton
Mr. Massie Meredith
Mr. Ned Roberts
Mr. Hugh Harrison
Mr. Greg Robertson
Richmond, VA

Whitten Brothers, Inc. Jeep-Chrysler-Dodge-Ram Truck-Mazda-Fiat
Mr. Jim Whitten
Mr. Bob Whitten
Richmond and Ashland, VA
Woodson Honda
Ms. Sally Woodson
Roanoke, VA
Charlie Obaugh Buick-GMC-Mazda-Kia-RV Center
Mr. Charlie Obaugh
Mr. Eric Obaugh
Staunton, VA

Charlie Obaugh Chevrolet
Mr. Charlie Obaugh
Mr. Eric Obaugh
Waynesboro, VA

Dick Myers Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep-Ram, Inc.
Mr. Dick Myers
Mr. Andy Myers
Harrisonburg, VA

Jim Snead Ford
Mr. Jim Snead
Mrs. Vicki Snead
Waynesboro, VA

Joe Bowman Auto Plaza
Mr. Joe Bowman
Mr. J. B. Bowman III
Harrisonburg, VA

McDonough Toyota
Frank and Betty McDonough
Steve and Martha McDonough
Staunton, VA

Paul Obaugh Ford-Lincoln, Inc.
Mr. Paul Obaugh
Mrs. Michelle Puffenbarger
Staunton, VA

Wright Way Hyundai
Mark and Shelly Wright
Staunton, VA

Checkered Flag Auto Group
Mr. Stephen M. Snyder
Mr. Edward B. Snyder
Virginia Beach, VA

Hutchens Chevrolet, Inc.
Mr. Kevin B. Hutchens, UVA ’96
Newport News, VA

Mr. Thad Nowak
Mr. Benji Nowak (UVA 2008)
Virginia Beach, VA

Tysinger Mercedes-Benz-Hyundai-Audi
Mark and Denise Tysinger
Hampton, VA

40-Year Milestone Donors

Each of the following individuals are 40-Year Milestone Donors, having contributing to VAF for 40 or more consecutive years. These VAF members have been loyal supporters of the student-athletes and coaches who represent the University of Virginia and its athletics program. The Foundation is grateful for their extraordinary loyalty.

35 Anonymous Donors
Dick and Mary Abidin
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Ackerly III
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Adams
Jim and Linda Andrews
Mrs. W. Edward Armstrong, Jr.
Mrs. Alfred E. Arrington
Mr. and Mrs. J. Rudy Austin
John and Ann Austin
Dr. Gilmer Ayers
Mr. Charles T. Baber
Reverend Nicholas G. Bacalis
Bailey Printing, Inc.
Dr. and Mrs. R. Rives Bailey
Mr. William O. Bare, Sr.
Frank E. and Martha L. Barham
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence L. Barinka
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Barlow II
Dr. Francis E. Barrett
Dr. and Mrs. Harold J. Barrett, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Barringer II
Mr. and Mrs. George Baskerville
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas D. Batchelor
Mr. Tryon F. Bauer, Jr.
Mr. Lowell B. Baughan
Mrs. Sandra Baylor
David and Carolyn Beach
Mr. Thomas G. Bell, Jr.
Mr. H. K. Benham III
Mr. Edmund L. Benson III
Mr. and Mrs. Waverley L. Berkley III
Dr. and Mrs. Frederic A. Berry
Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Bibb
Margaret C. and Edward J. Bidwell
Mrs. Bessie P. Birckhead
Spencer and Diane Birdsong
Mr. Henry R. Blane and Mr. Philip H. Blane
Dr. and Mrs. William M. Blaylock

Mr. Charles C. Bolt
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Bolton
Mr. Kenton C. Bosserman
Mr. and Mrs. Nishan Bouroudjian
Bob and Carolyn Bousman
Mr. A. Eugene Bowles, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Boyd, Jr.
Locke and Sharon Boyer
Mr. Evans B. Brasfield
Lieutenant Colonel Frank Z. Brill, Jr., USAF (Ret.)
Dr. Donald S. and Mrs. Beejay Brown
Bruton & Company, L.P.
John and Christine Buchanan
Mr. Jack Bumgardner
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Cabaniss, Jr.
William M. Camp Foundation
Candler Oil Company, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. William D. Cannon, Jr.
Dr. and Mrs. Charles M. Caravati, Jr.
Martha A. Carpenter, M.D.
Mr. David W. Carr
Mr. Wilson M. Carr III
Carriage Cleaners – The Cooke Family
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Carrington III
Mr. Carter Carson
Dr. and Mrs. B. Noland Carter II
Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Cary
Mr. Brawner Cates III
Mr. and Mrs. Brad Chandler, Jr.
Chase Investment Counsel Corporation
Mr. Warren F. Chauncey
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph B. Chichester
Mrs. Meta Chisholm
Mr. and Mrs. Zane Dale Christian
Randolph and Lucy Church
Dr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Claiborne, Jr.
Dr. and Mrs. John P. Clarke
The Clean Machine, Inc.
Mrs. Alvin R. Clements
Jim and Karen Cleveland
Mr. and Mrs. James K. Cluverius
Don and Bert Colley
Mr. Michael Collins
Commonwealth Distribution, LLC
Bill and Kay Cook
C. William and Jacqueline Cookenour
Kim and Lorraine Coons
E. Grant and Barbara H. Cosner
Mr. Frederic H. Cox, Jr.
Dr. and Mrs. George B. Craddock, Jr.
Mr. John W. Craddock
Mr. Hunter Craig
Mr. Roy Cress
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Crinkley, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. R. David Crockett
Roberta and Ivan Crosby
Mr. Bev Crump
Currell Corporation
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford A. Cutchins IV
Damik Partnership
Mr. Victor M. Dandridge, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael Daniel
Mr. and Mrs. James R. V. Daniel III
Mr. Joseph R. Daniel
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh L. Darnell
Mr. Byrd W. Davenport, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Huntley G. Davenport
Mr. Hugh deLaunay
Delaware Plus One
Mr. Dennis S. Dellinger
Sandy and Nancy Dempsey
Mr. Jack Dennard
Dr. and Mrs. Byard S. Deputy
Mr. and Mrs. Alan G. Dillard
Betty and Ed Dinwiddie
Irving and Anne Driscoll
Elizabeth L. Dudley
Patricia W. Earle
Mrs. E. V. Echols
Dr. and Mrs. William G. Eddins
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Edwards and Ms. Ashley B. Edwards
Mr. H. Robert Edwards
Dr. and Mrs. Robert G. Edwards
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Eudailey, Jr.
Mr. James T. Everett, Jr.
Camilla and Robert Fair
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Fears
Dr. Maxwell C. Feinman
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin R. Feinour
Mr. Donald Eddins and Mr. Gregory Fisher
Mrs. James D. Fisher
Mrs. Harvie W. Fitzgerald
Mr. G. S. Fitz-Hugh, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Fogg
Mrs. Wallace M. Forloines
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Forrest, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fowlkes
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Fox
Ed and Martha Fraher
Mr. and Mrs. W. Heywood Fralin
Mr. L. W. Fredrick
Mr. J. W. French
Patricia and Warren B. French, Jr.
Mrs. H. Lockwood Frizzell
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Fulk
Mr. Roger R. Fulton
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Gainer
Mr. and Mrs. Alvaro Garcia-Tunon
Mrs. John V. Garland
Wallace K. Garner, M.D.
Thomas and Lynda Garnett
Jay and Jamie Garrett
Roy Lee and Eleanor Garrett
Ed and Elizabeth Gatewood
Charles L. Gaudry, Jr., M.D.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L. Gentry, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ron George
Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Gerber
Mrs. Leah Settle Gibbs
Joe and Sally Gieck
George and Page Gilliam
Mrs. Robert S. Glass
GOCO, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Godsey
Mr. Stanley I. Goldman
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred W. Good
Robert S. Goodman
Mr. and Mrs. David Goodwin
Mr. and Mrs. Allen C. Goolsby
Mr. George G. Grattan IV
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Graves
Mr. Paul G. Graves
Mr. Thomas B. Gravins
Mr. Horace A. Gray III
Mr. Thomas C. Gresham
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Grymes, Jr.
Chuck and Nancy Guedri
Mr. and Mrs. Bradley H. Gunter
Mr. C. Yates Hall, Jr.
Glenn C. Hall, Jr., M.D.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Hamilton IV
Mike and Donna Hamp
Jane and Harold Gustav Hamre
George and Suzanne Haney
Mr. Roy C. Haney
Hantzmon Wiebel, L.L.P.
Mrs. Guy M. Harbert, Jr.
Bob Hardy
Doris Harlan
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Harlan
Randall and Ann Harris
Mr. and Mrs. Tyler R. Harris
Mrs. Fred N. Harrison, Jr.
Scott and Reed Harrison
Mr. Richard H. Hawkins
Ed and Edie Hawthorne
Shirley and Warren Haynie
Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Henderson III
Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Hewitt
Sally R. Hicks
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hilbert
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Hill
Mr. Henry H. Himelright, Jr.
Sharon W. and R. Craig Hopson
Jack and Nancy Horn
Dr. and Mrs. J. Shelton Horsley III
Mr. Waller H. Horsley
Mr. and Mrs. W. Dale Houff
Dr. and Mrs. Stuart Howards
Mrs. J. Thomas Hulvey
Dr. K. Kellogg Hunt, Jr.
Mary Ellen and Harry H. Hunt III
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Hunt, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey F. Hutter
Mr. and Mrs. William Wayne Hypes
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Isaacs
Janney & Janney, PLC
Mr. Walkley E. Johnson, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Keith J. Johnstone
Mr. Johnnie L. Jones
Mr. Richard Joyner
Johanna P. Grossmann Judge
Mr. John S. Kammire
Charles and Rosemary Kaut
Mr. Stuart L. Keesee
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew D. Keller
Al Kemper
Jay and Barbara Kessler
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde D. Kestner
Art and Sue Keyser
Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Kincannon
King Lindsay Printing – John A. Breeden
Mr. Lee C. Kitchin
Mr. Philip W. Klaus, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Lane Kneedler III
Ms. Eva L. Knight
Susan and Al Knighton
Knopp Enterprises, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Thomas Koogler
Mrs. Barry D. Koval
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kube
Mr. William C. LaBaugh III
Mr. and Mrs. David Craig Landin
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Lanford
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lange
Ms. Pamela Lawson
Pat and Ron Layne
Olive and Ron Lear
Mrs. Betty Lee
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lee
Mrs. Peggy Lee
Dr. Jules I. Levine
Guy and Fran Lewis
Dr. Dearing Johns and Mr. Harry N. Lewis
Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd F. Lewis
Mr. B. Parker Livingston
Charles and Stella Loftin
Charles F. and Ann T. Long
Mr. and Mrs. Don W. Lovett
Mr. and Mrs. Francis V. Lowden III
Judge and Mrs. James M. Lumpkin
Mr. Read A. Lunsford
Mr. Richard E. Lynch and Mr. Stanley Reed
Mr. Henry C. Mackall
Grace Mahone
Mr. D. Duane Malloy
Mrs. Frank C. Maloney III
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Markham
George N. Markos
John Marks
John and Joyce Marlow
Mrs. Virginia H. Marshall
Mr. John H. Marston II
Mrs. Charlotte K. Martin
Dr. James I. Masloff
Ms. Majorie Mastin
Mr. W. Ivar Mawyer, Sr.
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph W. May
Mr. and Mrs. James F. McCabe, Jr.
Mrs. M. Clifton McClure
Mrs. Frank C. McCue III
James H. and Mary Ann McKenzie
Mrs. Peggy McLean
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B. Meade, Jr.
Mr. William Robert Mellen
Mr. Barry K. Miles
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas C. Miller
Mr. Milton P. Miller
Mr. Richard S. Miller
Scott and Connie Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Milstead, Jr.
Mincer’s UVA Sportswear
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Moore, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Christopher Moore
Mr. and Mrs. Thurston R. Moore
Lisa and Bob Moorefield
Dewey and Nancy Morris
Jeff and Claudia Morris
Mrs. Byrd Mount
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Moye
Mr. B. B. Munford III
Mrs. Barbara C. Myers
Mr. and Mrs. F. Heath Myers, Jr.
N. B. Handy Company
Mrs. A. W. Neal, Jr.
Mr. Edward A. Neal
Mr. Bobby W. Necsary
Mr. Sherwood D. Newton
Mr. W. Randolph Nexsen
George and Barbara Norcross
Mr. W. K. Norman, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. David L. Norton
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Norvelle
Bradley and Jane Nott
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nunley
Mrs. Wallace C. Nunley, Sr.
Charlie Obaugh Buick GMC Mazda Kia Jayco RVs
Paul Obaugh Ford Lincoln, Inc.
Pam and Charles Oliver
Dr. and Mrs. William A. Orr
W. A. and Jean Pace
Ms. Betty B. Paine
Mrs. Edith H. Parker
Kathryn B. and F. Troost Parker
Mr. Robert S. Parker, Jr.
Mrs. C. Peter Parrish
John and Sarah Belle Parrott
Ellen and Bob Pate
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore F. Pearson
Pelican L.L.C., John L. Colley, Jr., M.P.
Mr. and Mrs. David Pender III
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of Central Virginia
Michael and Cindy Perfater
Mrs. Kathryn Perry-Werner
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Pettit, Jr.
The Phibbs Family Charitable Trust
Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Phipps
Mr. Ballard F. Pinkard, Jr.
Dr. and Mrs. John H. Pope, Jr.
Mr. Michael W. Powell
Mr. Dick Pretty
Price Automotive
Ronald E. Pugh
Hal and Anita Purcell
Frank and Peggy Quayle
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rader
RAHE, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Railey, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Railey, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon F. Rainey, Jr.
Jim and Karen Ralston
Mr. and Mrs. John Page Rawlings
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Reusing
Mrs. Nancy Revercomb
Mr. William S. Rice, Mr. Roger H.B. Davis, Jr., Mr. James H. McVay
Donald R. Richardson, M.D.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Richman, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Richmond, Jr.
Dr. and Mrs. George W. Riddick, Jr.
Charles M. Riddle, III
Mr. and Mrs. M. Jack Rinehart, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm E. Ritsch, Jr.
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