Donors and Sponsors

We thank the following persons, families, businesses and foundations,
whose financial support has been vital to our many successes over the years.


The Ceres Foundation

City of Roanoke

Dollar General Literacy Fund

GE Foundation

HomeTrust Bank

Junior League of Roanoke Valley

Lanford Brothers Co., Inc.


New River Electrical Corporation

Norfolk Southern Foundation

Presbytery of the Peaks

Roanoke Public Library Foundation

Virginia Literacy Foundation

Woods Rogers PLC

PULITZER LEVEL (1000 -- 2499)
BNC Bank
Trish and Arthur Burch
Margie and Gregory Cundiff
Rob Dean Law
Kevin Devine
Marianne E. Gandee (in memory of R. Wayne Gandee)
Gentry Locke
Glenn, Feldmann, Darby & Goodlatte
George Kegley
Stan and Elise Lanford
George W. Logan (in memory of Harriet Davidson and in honor of Michael Hertz)
Carl and Helen McCurdy
T. Douglas McQuade
Russ and Kimberly Merritt
Northminster Presbyterian Church
Edgar Ornelas
Pam and Wayne Reilly
Roanoke Gas Company
Dr. Kenneth and Sara Tuck
Joe and Connie Vaughn
Virginia Foundation For The Humanities
Virginia Immigration Law Center
Mary L. Wiebke
Dr. Diane Wiggins


BEST SELLER LEVEL (500 -- 999)

Appalachian Power

Elizabeth Arden

W. Heywood Fralin

Freedom First Credit Union

Gina Rudd French

Vic and Kathy Gilchrist

The Honorable Robert and Maryellen Goodlatte

The Hanover Insurance Group

F. Staley Hester, Jr.

Jean Holzinger

Thomas and Lynn Kirby

Anna Lawson

J. Granger and Anne Macfarlane

Jim and Pam Mullett

Dorothy A. Mundy

William L. Neal

Jack Page

S. Kime Patsel

Peter Reilly (in honor of Pam Reilly)

The Rotary Club of Salem

David and Carol Rowan

Sally and Walter Rugaber

The Rotary Club of Salem

David and Carol Rowan

Sally and Walter Rugaber


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