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2009MS211 Appalachian Community Fund records, 1977-2008 2009ms211 Finding aid prepared by Amanda Mardis University of Kentucky Special Collections Special Collections Margaret I. King Building, North Lexington, KY, 40506-0039 (859) 257-8611 SCLREF@LSV.UKY.EDU April 20, 2010 This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit 2012-05-25T15:09-0400 English Describing Archives: A Content Standard Appalachian Community Fund records 2009ms211 University of Kentucky Special Collections 29.3 Cubic feet 89 boxes Bulk, 1986-2005 1977-2008 The Appalachian Community Fund records contain materials concerning grants, organizational documentation, photographs, and financial information 1977-2008, predominantly documenting 1986-2005. Appalachian Community Fund. Arrangement note This collection is arranged by subject in four series. Historical note Located in Knoxville, Tennessee, the Appalachian Community Fund (ACF) was founded in 1987 to bring new resources for grant funding to groups working for progressive social change in Central Appalachia (East Tennessee, Eastern Kentucky, Southwest Virginia and West Virginia), and to be a sustainable resource base for community organizing and social change work in this region. In their 20-year history, they have awarded over $5 Million to more than 300 organizations working for justice. ACF pools resources from many sources including individuals, businesses, and foundations in order to provide critical financial support needed to help low-income people organizing themselves to address systemic problems of poverty, racism, and social inequity in their own communities and neighborhoods. The ACF is governed by a regional board of directors made up of community leaders and residents of the four-state area in which they fund. Grantees, donors, allies, and board members make up the ACF network and community which helps guide their work and community-controlled grantmaking. The ACF funds and encourages grassroots social change in Central Appalachia. ACF works to build a sustainable base of resources to support community-led organizations seeking to overcome and address issues of race, economic status, gender, sexual identity, and disability. As a community-controlled fund, ACF offers leadership to expand and strengthen the movement for social change through its practices and policies. (Source: www.appalachiancommunityfund.org) Scope and Contents note The Appalachian Community Fund records contain 89 boxes, 1977-2008, predominantly documenting 1986-2005. It has been arranged into four series. The majority of the Grants series is arranged by state, then alphabetically by grantee, and includes: grant applications, correspondence, acceptance and rejection letters, grant agreements, and various material associated with the grantee. The series also contains inactive donor files that include correspondence, donation cards, and information about the donors. Various grant cycle materials are also included. The Organizational series contains various materials relating to the Appalachian Community Fund. Included are three organizational binders, Board of Directors materials such as minutes, meetings, and packets. Also ACF, non-ACF, and globalization publications comprised of newletters, booklets,and books. Papers concerning affliated workshops and events are included, along with Wendy Johnson's papers, SRDI papers, and various other materials concerning ACF. The Photographs series contains photos from ACF events (including the 5th and 15th year anniversaries of ACF), Board of Directors and staff, grantees, and several unidentified photos. There are also negatives and contact sheets of some of these photographs. The Financials series contains annual reports, audits, budgets, and financial papers of ACF from 1987-2000. Boxes 56-58, 66, 76, and 78 are all RESTRICTED because of confidential, personal, and/or finanacial information, contained in them. Preferred Citation note 2009MS211 : [identification of item], Appalachian Community Fund records, 1977-2008, University of Kentucky Special Collections. Conditions Governing Access note Collection is open to researchers by appointment. Conditions Governing Use note The physical rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections. Grants I. 1977-2007 Scope and Contents note The Grant series contains the materials from 1977-2007, relating to grant applicants, applications, correspondence, donors, and related materials. Subseries i.-xi. contains applicant information from Kentucky, Virginia, West Virginia, Tennessee, Washington D.C., Ohio, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts. Within each state, the grantees are listed alphabetically. Materials include grant applications, correspondence, grantee checklists, acceptance and rejection letters, grant agreements, newsletters, newspaper clippings, brochures, flyers, and photographs. Amount of materials vary per applicant. The Inactive Donors subseries contains the papers and materials of individuals who donated to the Appalachian Community Fund from 1986-2003. Materials include correspondence, articles about the donors, donation cards, and notes. Amount of materials vary per donor. The Grant Cycles subseries include papers and materials relating to specific grant cycles. Materials include lists of grantees and amounts rewarded, recommended dockets, grant applications, and correspondence. Boxes 56-58 are restricted, the "Inactive Donors" subseries, because it contains personal and financial information including checks. Kentucky i. Bulk, 1987-2000 1977-2004 AIDS Task Force of the Upper Ohio Valley 1 1 1989 Adult Literacy-VISTA 1 2 1991 Appalachia-Science in the Public 1 3 1998-1999 Appalachian Communities For Children 1 4 1988-1995 Appalachian Co-Operative Gallery 1 5 1996-1999 Appalachian Networking Project, Appalshop 1 6 1996-1997 Appalachian Research and Defense Fund of Kentucky, Inc. (Mine Safety) 1 7 1987-1991 Appalachian Research and Defense Fund of Kentucky, Inc. (Mine Safety) 1 8 1992-1994 Appalachian Research and Defense Fund of Kentucky, Inc. (Mine Safety) 1 9 1995-1997 Appalachian Resource Network, Inc. 1 10 1990-1991 Appalachian Teen Leaders/ Save the Children 1 11 2000-2003 Appalshop 2 1 1977-1990 Appalshop 2 2 1991 Appalshop 2 3 1992-1993 Appalshop 2 4 1994-1995 Appalshop 2 5 1996 Appalshop 2 6 1997 Appalshop 2 7 1998 Appalshop 2 8 1999 Appalshop 2 9 2000 Appalshop 3 1 2001 Appalshop 3 2 2002-2003 Barwick Community Garden Cooperative 3 3 1987-1994 Bell County Local Governance Project 3 4 1996-1998 Berea Interfaith Task Force For Peace 3 5 1988-1991 Big Sandy Family and Childbirth Education Association 3 6 1987-1992 Big Sandy Health Care, Inc. 3 7 1990-1994 Brushy Fork Institute 3 8 1990-1994 Cedaridge 3 9 1993-1996 Central Appalachian People's Federal Credit Union 3 10 1996-1998 Community Farm Alliance 3 11 1987-1988 Community Farm Alliance 3 12 1989-1990 Community Farm Alliance 4 1 1991-1992 Community Farm Alliance 4 2 1993-1994 Community Farm Alliance 4 3 1995-1996 Community Farm Alliance 4 4 1997 Community Farm Alliance 4 5 1998 Community Farm Alliance 4 6 1999 Community Farm Alliance 4 7 2000 Community Farm Alliance 4 8 2001-2002 Concerned Citizens Against Toxic Waste 4 9 1989-1990 Cranks Creek Survival Center 4 10 1986-1989 Cranks Creek Survival Center 4 11 1993-1999 Democracy Resource Center 5 1 1996-1999 Democracy Resource Center 5 2 2000-2001 Democracy Resource Center 5 3 2002-2003 Eastern Kentucky Child Care Coalition 5 4 1990-1991 Eastern Kentucky Child Care Coalition 5 5 1992-1994 Eastern Kentucky Child Care Coalition 5 6 1995-1996 Eastern Kentucky Child Care Coalition 5 7 1997-2003 Federation of Appalachian Housing Enterprises, Inc. 5 8 1987-2002 Garrard County Community Arts 5 9 1992-1994 Growing for Carter County 5 10 1991-1997 Harlan County Open Governance Project 5 11 1993-1994 Harlan County Open Governance Project 5 12 1995-1998 Henderson Settlement 6 1 1995-1996 H.E.A.D. Corporation 6 2 1978-1990 H.E.A.D. Corporation 6 3 1991-1992 H.E.A.D. Corporation 6 4 1993 H.E.A.D. Corporation 6 5 1994-1998 Jackson County 4-H Club Council Youth Development 6 6 1999 Kentucky Coalition-Kentuckians For The Commonwealth 6 7 1987-1988 Kentucky Coalition-Kentuckians For The Commonwealth 6 8 1989-1990 Kentucky Coalition-Kentuckians For The Commonwealth 6 9 1991 Kentucky Coalition-Kentuckians For The Commonwealth 6 10 1992 Kentucky Coalition-Kentuckians For The Commonwealth 6 11 1993-1995 Kentucky Coalition-Kentuckians For The Commonwealth 6 12 1998-2004 Kentucky Coalition-Kentuckians For The Commonwealth (Newspapers) 6 13 2002-2003 Kentucky Environmental Foundation 7 1 1990-2000 Kentucky Fairness Alliance 7 2 1995-1996 Kentucky Fairness Alliance 7 3 1997-1998 Kentucky Fairness Alliance 7 4 1999-2001 Kentucky Fairness Alliance 7 5 2002-2003 Kentucky Resources Council, Inc. 7 6 1996-1997 Kentucky Welfare Speak-Out 7 7 1998 Leslie County Mountain Crafts 7 8 1993-1995 Livingston Economic Alternatives In Progress (LEAP) 7 9 1984-1989 Livingston Economic Alternatives in Progress (LEAP) 7 10 1990-1994 Livingston Economic Alternatives in Progress (LEAP) 8 1 1995-1999 Magoffin County Works 8 2 1997-1998 Mine Safety Project 8 3 1995-1999 Mountain Maternal Health League/ Planned Parenthood Inc. 8 4 1991-1995 Owsley County Action Team 8 5 2002 Pro-Choice Coalition of Kentucky Education Fund 8 6 1992-1994 The Sisters and Friends Experience (S.A.F.E.) 8 7 1997 Southern Appalachian Recycling 8 8 1990-1996 Southerners on New Ground (SONG) 8 9 1995-1997 Southerners On New Ground (SONG) 8 10 1998 Southerners On New Ground (SONG) 8 11 1999-2000 WEKU Wominsounds Program 8 12 1994 Wheelwright High School 8 13 1988-1989 Whitley County Communities For Children 9 1 1988-1991 Whitley County Communities For Children 9 2 1993-1997 Williamsburg Action Team 9 3 1995-2001 Wolfe County Arts Association 9 4 1995-1997 Women's Initiative Networking Groups (WINGS) 9 5 1994-1998 Workers of Rural Kentucky 9 6 1987-1991 Workers of Rural Kentucky 9 7 1992-1994 Workers of Rural Kentucky 9 8 1995-1998 The Working Group on the Mountaintop Festival 9 9 1996-1999 Virginia ii. Bulk, 1986-2004 1986-2004 Afro-American Historical Cultural Center 9 10 1990-1994 AIDS Council of Western Virginia 9 11 1995-1997 Alexandria Gay and Lesbian Community Association 9 12 1991-1993 Appalachian AIDS Coalition 10 1 1997 Appalachian Peace Education Center 10 2 1989-1991 Appalachian Peace Education Center 10 3 1992-1994 Appalachian Peace Education Center 10 4 1996-2001 Appalachian Reader 10 5 1988-1998 Appalachian Reader 10 6 1999-2001 Appalachian Resources 10 7 2001 Appalachian Sustainable Development 10 8 1999-2000 Appalachian Women Empowered 10 9 1990-1995 Appalachian Women's Alliance 10 10 1992-1994 Appalachian Women's Alliance 10 11 1995-1996 Appalachian Women's Alliance 10 12 1997-1998 Appalachian Women's Alliance 11 1 1999-2001 Appalachian Women's Alliance 11 2 2002-2004 Catholic Diocese of Richmond-Appalachian Office of Justice and Peace 11 3 1989-1992 Center For Christian Action 11 4 1987-1992 Center For Christian Action 11 5 1993-1996 Center For Christian Action 11 6 1997-1998 Center For Health, Environment, and Justice 11 7 1991-1997 Citizens Organized To Protect The Environment (COPE) 11 8 1996-1999 Citizens To Preserve Craig, Inc. 11 9 1992-1995 Clinch Coalition 11 10 2002-2003 Clinch River Education Center 11 11 1987-1991 Clinch River Education Center 11 12 1992-1994 Coal Employment Project 12 1 1990-1997 Coalition For Jobs and the Environment 12 2 1992-1996 Coalition For Jobs and the Environment 12 3 January 1997-June 1997 Coalition For Jobs and the Environment 12 4 July 1997-December 1997 Coalition For Jobs and the Environment 12 5 1998-2000 Coalition For Jobs and the Environment 12 6 2001-2003 Committee for Improvement in Dickenson County 12 7 1999-2000 Concerned Citizens to Improve Workers Compensation Laws of Virginia 12 8 1995-1996 The Council of the Southern Mountains 12 9 1986-1987 The Council of the Southern Mountains 12 10 1998 Cumberland Gap Health Coalition 13 1 1995-1996 Dungannon Development Commission 13 2 1986-1989 Dungannon Development Commission 13 3 1990-1994 Dungannon Development Commission 13 4 1998-1999 Dungannon Development Commission 13 5 2000-2001 Dungannon Development Commission-Project READ 13 6 1987-1990 Dungannon Women's Club 13 7 1987-1988 Economic Development Task Force 13 8 1988-1989 Family Crisis Support Services 13 9 1988-1993 Family Crisis Support Services 13 10 1996-1997 Family Crisis Support Services 13 11 1998-2000 Family Resource Center 14 1 1989-1996 Federation of Communities in Service (FOCIS) 14 2 1994-1995 Federation of Communities in Service (FOCIS) 14 3 1997-1998 First Nations Development Institute 14 4 1996-1997 First Nations Development Institute 14 5 1998-1999 Flatwoods High School 14 6 1988-1989 Friends of SHARE 14 7 1988 Gainsboro Neighborhood Development Corporation 14 8 1988-1993 Hope House of Scott County 14 9 1997 Hurley Community Development 14 10 1997-2000 Hurley Community Development 14 11 2001-2003 In Praise of Mountain Women 14 12 1995-1999 In Praise of Mountain Women 14 13 2000-2001 Ivanhoe Civic League 15 1 1988-1989 Ivanhoe Civic League 15 2 1990-1992 Izaak Walton League of America 15 3 1989-1991 Help Empower Local People, Inc. 15 4 1987-1990 Lee County Black History and Culture Group, Inc. 15 5 1993-1994 Lee County Child Care Center 15 6 1991-1995 Lee County Office on Youth 15 7 1989 McClure River Valley Community Development Center 15 8 1988-1993 Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition (OVEC) 15 9 2000-2002 Plowshare Peace Center 15 10 1991-1993 Potter's Clay Ministries, Inc. 15 11 1987 St. Charles Development Authority 15 12 1989-1992 Scott County Organized Reading Exchange (SCORE) 16 1 1990-1992 ShenanArts, Inc. 16 2 1990-1991 Southwest Virginia Vegetable Growers Association, Inc. 16 3 1989-1990 UMWA Auxiliary (Daughters of Mother Jones) 16 4 1990-1991 Virginia Black Lung Association 16 5 1988-1995 Virginia Black Lung Association 16 6 1996-1998 Virginia Black Lung Association 16 7 1999-2004 Virginia Forest Watch 16 8 2000-2002 Virginia Organizing Project 16 9 1996-1997 Virginia Organizing Project 16 10 1998-1999 Virginia Organizing Project 17 1 2000-2001 Virginia Organizing Project 17 2 2002-2004 Washington County Office On Youth 17 3 1990-1992 The Wild Animals, Rivers, and Trees of Dickenson County 17 4 1999-2000 West Virginia iii. 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Community Center 17 5 1998-1999 ADAPT-WV 17 6 1997-1998 ADAPT-WV 17 7 1999 ADAPT-WV 17 8 2000 ADAPT-WV 17 9 2001-2003 All-Aid International 17 10 2002-2003 Appalachian Community Partners 18 1 1996-1998 Academic Development Center 18 2 1994 Academic Development Center 18 3 1996-1997 Appalachian Research and Defense Fund 18 4 1993 Appalachian South Folklife Center 18 5 1987-1990 Appalachian South Folklife Center 18 6 1991-1997 Appalachian South Folklife Center 18 7 1998-1999 Big Creek People In Action 18 8 1992-1996 Big Creek People In Action 18 9 1997 Big Creek People In Action 18 10 1998 Big Creek People In Action 19 1 1999-2000 Big Creek People In Action 19 2 2001 Big Creek People In Action 19 3 2002 Big Creek People In Action 19 4 2003-2004 Bi-Sexual, Gay, and Lesbian Mountaineers 19 5 1989-1993 Bolling Community Center 19 6 1991-1995 Caritas House, Inc. 19 7 1999 Center For Economic Options-was-Women and Employment 19 8 1991 Center For Economic Options-was-Women and Employment 19 9 1995-1996 Center For Economic Options-was-Women and Employment 20 1 1997-1998 Center For Homophobia 20 2 1988-1992 Charleston East Community Development Corporation 20 3 1987-1988 Charleston East Community Development Corporation 20 4 1989-1990 Charleston East Community Development Corporation 20 5 1991-1997 Children's Policy Institute of WV 20 6 1992-1996 Clay Mountain Housing, Inc. 20 7 1990-1997 Coal River Mountain Watch, WV 20 8 1998-2003 Coalition For West Virginia's Children 20 9 2000-2002 Common Ground 21 1 1991-1994 Community Outreach, Inc. 21 2 1990-1991 Concerned Citizens To Save Fayette County 21 3 1985-1987 Concerned Citizens To Save Fayette County 21 4 1988 Concerned Citizens To Save Fayette County 21 5 March 1989-August 1989 Concerned Citizens To Save Fayette County 21 6 September 1989 Concerned Citizens To Save Fayette County 21 7 1990 Concerned Citizens To Save Fayette County 21 8 undated Cooperative Action Program of Southern McDowell County (CAPS) 22 1 1990-1998 Cooperative Action Program of Southern McDowell County (CAPS) 22 2 1999-2001 Cooperative Action Program of Southern McDowell County (CAPS) 22 3 2002-2003 Council of Senior West Virginians 22 4 1987-1992 Country Quilters of West Virginia 22 5 1988 Covenant House 22 6 1990-1997 Direct Action Welfare Group 22 7 2002-2003 Elkhorn Valley Youth and Community Center 22 8 1991-1993 Family Center Inc. 22 9 1988-1989 Family Crisis Center 22 10 1987-1998 Family Refuge Center 22 11 1986-1988 Family Refuge Center 23 1 1990-1992 Family Refuge Center 23 2 1993-1997 Family Refuge Center 23 3 1998 Family Refuge Center 23 4 1999-2001 Family-Youth Coalition 23 5 1994-1995 Great Oak Farm, Inc. 23 6 1987-1993 Greenbrier Community Services 23 7 1996-1997 The Group to Reform and Organize West Virginia 23 8 1988 Harrison County Environmental Citizens Organization 23 9 1994-1999 Harts Community Development 23 10 1993-1997 Heartwood Dance Center 23 11 1988-1994 Heartwood in the Hills 23 12 2000-2002 Helping Hands 24 1 1991-1993 High Rocks Educational Corporation 24 2 1997-1999 Learning Centers of McDowell County 24 3 1996-1997 Lincoln County Economic Development Authority 24 4 1994-1995 Logan County Vietnam Veterans Inc. 24 5 1990-1995 McDowell County Economic Development Authority 24 6 1996-1997 Maybeury Community Action 24 7 2002-2003 Mercer County Peace Coalition 24 8 1991-1992 Mountain State AIDS Network, Inc. 24 9 1990-1993 Mountaineer Policy Institute 24 10 1991-1993 Museum in the Community 24 11 1991-1993 MUSTER Project Inc. 24 12 1997 Neighbor Helping Neighbor 24 13 1987-1996 New Employment For Women/ New Empowerment For Women 25 1 1989-1992 New Employment For Women/ New Empowerment For Women 25 2 1993-1994 New Employment For Women/ New Empowerment For Women 25 3 1995-1996 New Employment For Women/ New Empowerment For Women 25 4 1999-2001 Noah's Ark Temporary Housing Inc. 25 5 1988-1992 Occupational Safety and Health Law Center 25 6 1990-1995 Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition 25 7 1991-1994 Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition 26 1 1995 Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition 26 2 1996-1997 Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition 26 3 1998 Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition 26 4 1999 Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition 26 5 2000-2001 Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition 26 6 2002-2004 Pocahontas Communications Cooperative 26 7 1988-1998 R.E.A.C.H.H 27 1 1994-1996 Reach Out, Inc. 27 2 1994-1997 Regional Family Resource Network/ Mountain State Leadership 27 3 1999 Renters Association and Protective Services, Inc. 27 4 1996-1997 Robert C. Byrd Health Services Center of West Virginia University 27 5 1996-1999 Sandy River District Action Committee 27 6 1996-1999 The Shelter Company 27 7 1990 SCAN/ American Red Cross 27 8 1998-2000 South Central Educational Development 27 9 1999-2002 South Central Educational Development "Minority Health Disparities in Rural Appalachia" Conference 27 10 2003 South Central Educational Development 27 11 2003-2004 Southern Appalachian Labor School 27 12 1987-1989 Southern Appalachian Labor School 28 1 1990-1991 Southern Appalachian Labor School 28 2 1992 Southern Appalachian Labor School 28 3 1993-1995 Southern Appalachian Labor School 28 4 1996-1997 Southern Appalachian Labor School 28 5 1998-1999 Southern Appalachian Labor School 28 6 2000-2001 Southern Appalachian Labor School 28 7 2002-2005 Southern Appalachian Labor School 28 8 undated Step By Step, Inc. 29 1 1989-1990 Step By Step, Inc. 29 2 1991-1995 Step By Step, Inc. 29 3 1996-1998 Stepping Stones Hi-Y 29 4 1990-1996 Stop Abusive Family Environment (S.A.F.E.) 29 5 1996-2000 Summers County Chapter of Save Our Mountains 29 6 1987-1988 Task Force on Domestic Violence 29 7 1987 Tug Valley Recovery Shelter 29 8 1987-1992 United Communities of Scott's Run 29 9 1997-1998 Washington High Alumni Association 29 10 1989-1998 Weirton Area Civic Foundation 30 1 1988-1991 Wellspring Artistry, Inc. 30 2 1988-1989 West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence 30 3 1987-1989 West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence 30 4 1990-1992 West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence 30 5 1993-1997 West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence 30 6 1998-2002 West Virginia Coalition on Food and Nutrition, Inc. 30 7 1993-1998 West Virginia Center For Dispute Resolution 30 8 1996-1997 West Virginia-Citizen Research Group 31 1 1990-1991 West Virginia Economic Justice Project 31 2 1993-1995 West Virginia Economic Justice Project 31 3 1996-2000 West Virginia FREE, Inc. 31 4 1997-1999 West Virginia FREE, Inc. 31 5 2001-2004 West Virginia Hate Crimes Task Force 31 6 1995-1996 West Virginia Mountain Stream Monitors, Inc. 31 7 1987-1990 West Virginia Mountain Stream Monitors, Inc. 31 8 1991-1992 West Virginia Organizing Project 31 9 1992-1994 West Virginia Organizing Project 32 1 1995-1997 West Virginia Organizing Project 32 2 1998-2002 West Virginia Rainbow Coalition 32 3 1994-1996 West Virginia Rivers Coalition 32 4 1997 West Virginia Statewide Independent Council 32 5 2002 West Virginia Welfare Reform Coalition 32 6 1997-1999 West Virginia Youth Coalition 32 7 1990-1992 West Virginian Youth Alliance 32 8 1991-1994 Wheeling Health Right 32 9 1994-1995 Women and Employment 32 10 1988-1990 Women and Employment 32 11 1991 Women and Employment 33 1 1992-1993 Women's Resource Center 33 2 1988-1998 YWCA of Wheeling 33 3 1992-1995 YWCA of Wheeling-"Project On Racism" Final Report 33 4 1993-1994 Tennessee iv. Bulk, 1987-2002 1986-2007 Ad Hoc Faith Committee for the Prevention of Hate Crimes 33 5 1998 African American Appalachian Arts Exposition 33 6 1990-1995 AIDS Response Knoxville (ARK) 33 7 1989-1998 Alliance for a Better Tomorrow 33 8 1990-1994 Alliance For Hope 33 9 1997-2000 American Environmental Health Studies Project 34 1 1993-1996 Americans For Clean Environment (ACE) 34 2 1987 Amnesty International-Knoxville Chapter 34 3 1999-2000 Appalachia Service Project 34 4 1991-1993 Appalachian Center for Urban Ecology 34 5 1992-1994 Appalachian Women's Guild 34 6 1991-1992 Appalachian Women's Guild 34 7 1993-2000 The ARC of Sullivan County 34 8 2002 Atlantis Community, Inc. (ADAPT) 34 9 1989-1992 Austin-East High School-S.E.C.M.E. 34 10 1988-1992 Battered Women Inc. 34 11 1987-1989 Battered Women Inc. 34 12 1992-2000 Blount County Dismas House 34 13 1989-1997 Bristol Crisis Center 34 14 1990-1991 The Carpetbag Theatre 35 1 1988-1992 The Carpetbag Theatre 35 2 1993-1996 The Carpetbag Theatre 35 3 1997-1998 The Carpetbag Theatre 35 4 1999-2000 The Carpetbag Theatre 35 5 2001-2003 The Carpetbag Theatre 35 6 undated Center for Neighborhood Development 35 7 1990-1995 Central America Resource Center-Youth Project-Partnership for Democracy 35 8 1988-1993 Circle of Villages 36 1 1996-1997 Citizens for Job Equality and Fairness 36 2 1995-2001 Citizens for Justice Equality and Fairness 36 3 2002-2004 Citizens for Police Review 36 4 1995-2000 Citizens for Police Review 36 5 2001-2004 Citizens for Responsible Government 36 6 1992-1994 Chattanooga Indigeneous Resource Center and Library 36 7 2000-2001 Chattanooga Indigeneous Resource Center and Library 36 8 2002-2004 Coker Creek Valley Group 36 9 1992-1993 College Homes Resident Association 36 10 1992-1998 The Commission On Religion in Appalachia (CORA) Project EAR 36 11 2001 Community Economic Development Network 36 12 2000 Community Effort Against Spouse Abuse 37 1 1987-1990 Community Healing Initiative 37 2 1998 Community House Cooperative 37 3 2000-2003 Community Meditation Center/VORP (formerly Cumberland County VORP) 37 4 1992-1996 Community Microloan Program 37 5 1995-1998 Community Shares 37 6 1987-1990 Community Shares 37 7 1991-1996 Community Shares 37 8 1997 Community Shares 37 9 1998 Community Shares 38 1 1999-2000 Community Shares 38 2 2001-2004 Community Reinvestment Act Regional Steering Committee 38 3 1988-1989 Cosby Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Inc. 38 4 2001 Death Penalty Resistance Project of Tennessee 38 5 1991-1993 Disability Resource Center 38 6 1996-2000 East Tennessee Death Penalty Resistance Project 38 7 1991-1994 East Tennessee Indian League 38 8 1989-1997 Families In Crisis, Inc. 38 9 1991-1996 Family Resource Agency 38 10 1991-1994 The Foundation for Global Sustainability 38 11 1997 Glenmary Co-Missioners 39 1 1993-1996 Hall-Oldfield Community Group 39 2 1988-1990 Hall-Oldfield Community Group 39 3 1991-1995 Hands On! Museum 39 4 1988-1992 Highlander Research and Education Center 39 5 1988-1989 Highlander Research and Education Center 39 6 1990 Highlander Research and Education Center 39 7 1991-1993 Highlander Research and Education Center 40 1 1994-1995 Highlander Research and Education Center 40 2 1996-1997 Hospitality Cooperatives 40 3 1994-1997 Human Equality Advocates Regional Taskforce (H.E.A.R.T.) 40 4 1993-1995 Job's Children 40 5 1990-1994 Jubilee Community Arts 40 6 1986-1989 Jubilee Community Arts 40 7 1990-1993 Jubilee Community Arts 40 8 1994-1996 Jubilee Project 40 9 1997-2005 Kingsport Citizens for a Cleaner Environment 41 1 2000-2003 Knoxville 9 to 5 41 2 1990-1994 Knoxville Area Communications for the Deaf, Inc. 41 3 1990-1995 Knoxville Home Child Care Association 41 4 1994-1995 Knoxville Mumia Task Force 41 5 1999 Knoxville Museum of Art 41 6 1996-1998 Knoxville Neighborhood Housing and Commercial Services, Inc. 41 7 1994-1996 Knoxville Recycling Coalition 41 8 1989-1996 Knoxville Tenant Council 41 9 1994-1997 Knoxville's Community Development Corporation 41 10 1997 Living Wage Campaign 41 11 2002 Local Alliance For Mideast Peace 41 12 1990-1992 Lonsdale Improvement Organization 41 13 1991-1995 Lyons View Housing and Land Trust 41 14 1996-1998 Mechanicsville Community Development Corporation 42 1 1988-1990 Mechanicsville Community Development Corporation 42 2 1991-1995 Metropolitan Community Church of Knoxville 42 3 1993-1997 Morningside Heights Homeowners Association 42 4 1997-2001 Mountain Women's Exchange 42 5 1988-1990 Mountain Women's Exchange 42 6 1991-1993 Mountain Women's Exchange 42 7 1994-1997 Mountain Women's Exchange 42 8 1998-2003 Mountain Women's Exchange-Jellico Children's Theater Project 43 1 1989-1997 National Coalition Building Institute 43 2 1994-1997 National Coalition Building Institute 43 3 1998-1999 National Conference for Community and Justice, Inc. 43 4 2001-2004 Native American Indian Association of Tennessee 43 5 1994-1998 Neighborhood Camp (St. Luke's and TVUUC) 43 6 1994-1995 Native American Indian Media Corporation 43 7 1986-1997 Neighborhood Housing and Commercial Services 43 8 1989-1995 Network Inner City Schools 43 9 1998-1999 Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance 43 10 1988-1996 Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance 44 1 2000-2005 Oak Ridge Lodge #354 44 2 1987-1990 Oak Valley Baptist Church 44 3 1995-1997 People First of Tennessee 44 4 1990-1993 People First of Tennessee 44 5 1994-1996 The People Place 44 6 1995-2001 Phenix Internet Community Service, Inc. 44 7 1997-1998 Planned Parenthood of East Tennessee 44 8 1987-1993 Planned Parenthood of East Tennessee 44 9 1994-1995 Planned Parenthood of East Tennessee 44 10 1996-1997 Pro-Choice Coalition of East Tennessee 45 1 1990-1991 Project Witherspoon 45 2 1992-1996 Restoration Outreach 45 3 1995-1996 The Road Company 45 4 1990-1998 Rose Center-Africa to Appalachia 45 5 2001-2003 Rural Cumberland Resources 45 6 1987-1991 Rural Cumberland Resources 45 7 1992-1997 Rural Cumberland Resources 45 8 1998-2000 Rural Cumberland Resources 45 9 2001-2002 Rural Cumberland Resources 45 10 2003-2004 Rural Resources 46 1 1994-1998 Rural Video 46 2 1987-1988 SafeSpace 46 3 1991-1994 SafeSpace 46 4 1995-1997 SafeSpace 46 5 2000-2007 Save Our Cumberland Mountains 46 6 1987-1989 Save Our Cumberland Mountains 46 7 1990-1992 Save Our Cumberland Mountains 46 8 1993-2003 Seize the Moment/Technical Assistance Grants 46 9 1997-1998 Sincere Seven 47 1 1999-2003 Smoky Mountains Gay and Lesbian Support Group 47 2 1992-2000 Solutions to Issues of Concern to Knoxvillians (S.I.C.K.) 47 3 1987-1989 Solutions to Issues of Concern to Knoxvillians (S.I.C.K.) 47 4 1990-1994 Solutions to Issues of Concern to Knoxvillians (S.I.C.K.) 47 5 1995-1996 Solutions to Issues of Concern to Knoxvillians (S.I.C.K.) 47 6 1997-1998 Solutions to Issues of Concern to Knoxvillians (S.I.C.K.) 47 7 1999-2002 Southern Empowerment Project 48 1 1988-1989 Southern Empowerment Project 48 2 1990-1991 Southern Empowerment Project 48 3 1992-1996 Southern Empowerment Project 48 4 1997-1998 Southern Empowerment Project 48 5 1999-2001 Southern Empowerment Project 48 6 2002-2004 Studio One 48 7 1995-1999 Tennesseans For Fair Taxation 48 8 1995-1996 Tennesseans For Fair Taxation 49 1 1997 Tennesseans For Fair Taxation 49 2 1998 Tennesseans For Fair Taxation 49 3 1999-2000 Tennesseans For Fair Taxation 49 4 2001-2002 Tennessee Citizens for Wilderness Planning 49 5 1994-1996 Tennessee Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Assault 49 6 1998-1999 Tennessee Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Assault 49 7 2000-2001 Tennessee Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Assault 49 8 2002-2003 Tennessee Committee on Ocupational Safety and Health 50 1 1988-1994 Tennessee Economic Renewal 50 2 2000-2001 Tennessee Economic Renewal 50 3 2002-2004 Tennessee Green 50 4 1992-1996 Tennessee Health Care Campaign 50 5 1991-1996 Tennessee Hunger Coalition 50 6 1988-1991 Tennessee Hunger Coalition 50 7 1992-1995 Tennessee Hunger Coalition 50 8 1996-1999 Tennessee Industrial Renewal Network 51 1 1990-1992 Tennessee Industrial Renewal Network 51 2 1993-1995 Tennessee Industrial Renewal Network 51 3 1996-1997 Tennessee Industrial Renewal Network 51 4 1998-1999 Tennessee Industrial Renewal Network 51 5 2000-2002 Tennessee Task Force Against Domestic Violence 51 6 1990-1994 Tennessee Task Force Against Domestic Violence 51 7 1996-1998 Tennessee Tax Research and Education Project 52 1 1988-1989 Tennessee Valley Energy Coalition 52 2 1989-1996 Think Drug-Free America 52 3 1995-1997 TOPHAT Productions/Multi-Cultural 52 4 2002-2003 TRIBE ONE 52 5 1995-2000 Tri-Cities AIDS Project, Inc. 52 6 1989-1990 United Campus Workers 52 7 2001-2004 Volunteer Ministry Center 52 8 1991-1993 Woodland Community Development Corporation 52 9 1988-1996 Woodland Community Development Corporation 52 10 1997-1999 YWCA Victim Advocacy Program 53 1 1991-1992 YWCA Victim Advocacy Program 53 2 1993-1997 Washington D.C. v. Bulk, 1990-2000 1988-2002 American Forum 53 3 1988-1991 American Forum 53 4 1992-1993 American Forum 53 5 1994-1997 Citizens Coal Council 53 6 1991-1993 Citizens Coal Council 53 7 1994-1995 Citizens Coal Council 54 1 1996-1997 Citizens Coal Council 54 2 1998 Citizens Coal Council 54 3 1999-2000 Citizens Coal Council 54 4 2001-2002 Women's Technical Assistance Project 54 5 1990-1992 Ohio vi. Bulk, 1990-1997 1990-1997 9to5 Cincinnati Working Women 54 6 1996-1997 Association for Children for Enforcement of Support, Inc. (ACES) 54 7 1990-1997 Buckeye Forest Council 54 8 1994-1997 Joint Episcopal Metropolitan Ministry 54 9 1991-1992 Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition 54 10 1990-1993 Georgia vii. Bulk, 1989-2003 1989-2003 9to5 National Association of Working Women 55 1 1989-1993 Alternate Roots 55 2 2001-2003 Southern Organizing Committee 55 3 1989-1990 Southern Organizing Committee 55 4 1991 Southern Organizing Committee 55 5 1992 Southern Organizing Committee 55 6 1993-1995 Southern Organizing Committee 55 7 1996-1999 North Carolina viii. Bulk, 1997-2002 1997-2002 Democracy South 55 8 1997 Southernerns On New Ground 55 9 2001-2002 South Carolina ix. 1998 National Coalition For Burned Churches 55 10 1998 Pennsylvania x. 1998 North/South Dialogue-Poor People's Summit 55 11 1998 Massachusetts xi. 1999 Boston Film Video Foundation 55 12 1999 Inactive Donors xii. Bulk, 1986-2000 1986-2003 Scope and Contents note The Inactive Donors subseries is RESTRICTED because it contains personal and financial information about the donors. Ansley, Jeanne 56 1 1989-1996 Arnow, Patricia and Steven Giles 56 2 1987-1996 Bingham, Sallie 56 3 1986-1991 Cardasis, James and Susan 56 4 1987-1989 Cohn, Waldo 56 5 1987-1999 Cullen, Kristen and Jeff 56 6 1997 Curry, Pam 56 7 1988-1997 David, John and Jeanne Young 56 8 1996-1997 Denison, Ford 56 9 1988-1991 Dowlen, Mary 56 10 1990-1992 Dykeman, Wilma 56 11 1990-1994 Eckstein, Corrine 56 12 1997 Elliot, Bill/Elliot Co. 56 13 1989-1999 Evans, William and Lucretia 56 14 1987-1989 Franklin, Richard 56 15 1990-1995 Fulton, Sally F. 56 16 1989-1999 Gallagher, Aurora 56 17 1988-1990 Gilbert, Jean, Dr. 56 18 1996 Gray, John 56 19 1990-1992 Haymarket People's Fund, Donor Advised Grant 56 20 1989-1995 Heard, Alexander 56 21 1986-1995 Hilsbos, Nancy 56 22 1990-1992 Hilsbos, Nancy 56 23 1993-1997 Holup, Linda and David Revell 57 1 1987-1995 Honig, Victor and Lorraine 57 2 1995 Howells, Polly H. 57 3 1990-1993 Johnson, Joyce Ann 57 4 1997 Korman, Philip 57 5 1991 Lawson, Tony 57 6 1987-1997 Lissaver, Ted (Lissaver Fund) 57 7 1990-1993 Lissaver, Ted (Lissaver Fund) 57 8 1994-1997 Ludwig, Bill 57 9 1986-1995 McGinley, Pat 57 10 1995-1996 Niblock, Beth 57 11 1990-1992 Ortenzio, Louis 57 12 1995-1996 John N. Palmer Foundation 57 13 1993-2000 Parrish, Fredrick 57 14 1996 Petsonk, Lee and Susan Brown 57 15 1995 Polen, Suzanne 57 16 1987-1993 Polen, Suzanne 57 17 1994-1997 Polinski, Adam 57 18 1992-1995 Ray, Rita 57 19 1986-1996 Reilly, J. 57 20 1989-1990 Reilly, Robert and Bonnie 57 21 1989-1995 Rhodes, Terri 57 22 1994-1997 Richardson, Josephine 57 23 1999 Robbins, Earl G. 57 24 1987-1994 Rubacky, Tricia 58 1 1988-1991 Schewel, Rosel 58 2 1987-1989 Seltzer, Noel 58 3 1988-1989 Smith, Lee 58 4 1991-1992 Tapper, Owen 58 5 1993-1997 Tayback, Matthew, M.D. and Anita W. 58 6 1996-1997 Tester, Helen 58 7 1987-1990 Thornton, Linda and John 58 8 1988-1996 Thrift, Carroll and Carlson-Travel Network 58 9 1987-1990 Verble, David and Margaret 58 10 1989-1992 Webber, Hank and Christine Jacobs 58 11 1987-1997 Weinstein, Sidney A. and Ann 58 12 1990-1992 Westervelt, Effie 58 13 1993-1996 Whitman, Benita 58 14 1991-2003 Whitson, John C. 58 15 1990-1997 Young, Kenneth Wayne 58 16 1999 Zimmerman, Elizabeth C. 58 17 1990-1991 Grant Cycles Materials xiii. Bulk, 1986-1997 1983-1997 Request for Donations N-Z 58 18 1995-1996 Kentucky Donor Marketing 58 19 1992-1995 1995 Spring Campaign 58 20 1995 1986-1987 Materials 59 1 1986-1987 1988 Materials 59 2 1987-1989 1989 Materials 59 3 1989-1990 1989-1990 Spring General Grant Cycle 59 4 1989-1990 1989-1990 Fall Donor Advised Cycle 59 5 1989-1990 1990 Materials 59 6 1990-1991 ACF Grantmaking Committee Summer 1990-1991 59 7 1990-1991 Summer General Grant Cycle 59 8 1990-1991 1991 Materials 59 9 1991-1992 March 1991 General Fund Grant Cycle 59 10 1990-1991 September 1991-1992 General Fund Cycle 60 1 1991-1992 1992 Materials 60 2 1992-1993 September 1992-1993 General Fund Cycle 60 3 1992-1993 1992-1993 Cover sheets 60 4 1992-1993 1993 Materials 60 5 1993-1994 March 1993-1994 General Fund Cycle 60 6 1993-1994 September 1993-1994 Cycle 60 7 1993-1994 1994 Materials 61 1 1994-1995 1995 Materials 61 2 1995-1996 1996-1997 Materials 61 3 1996-1997 Seize the Moment Grants 61 4 1991-1996 Technical Assistance Grants 61 5 1990-1996 Technical Assistance Grants Summaries 61 6 1991-1996 Summaries of Grants by Type 61 7 1987-1996 Summaries of Specific Grants 61 8 1987-1996 Summaries of Grants 61 9 1989-1994 Grants Graphs 61 10 1986-1996 Announcements and Papers 61 11 1983-1993 Organizational II. 1984-2008 Scope and Contents note The Organizational series contains Board of Directors Meetings and materials, three binders, ACF, Non-ACF, and Globalization publications, publicity materials, information on workshops and events, Wendy Johnson's papers, and SRDI materials, spanning from 1984-2008. Board of Directors Meetings i. 1993-1995 Scope and Contents note The Board of Directors Meetings subseries contains the materials and individual members' folders pertaining to meetings from 1993-1995. Materials include handouts, notes, correspondence, budgets, recommended dockets of grantees, and agendas. Abingdon, VA 62 1 March 6, 1993 62 2 March 6, 1993 62 3 September 10, 1993 62 4 September 10, 1993 Bluefield, WV 62 5 March 4-5, 1994 Bluefield, WV 62 6 March 4-5, 1994 Bluefield, WV 62 7 March 4-5, 1994 62 8 June 4, 1994 Wendy Johnson, Knoxville, TN 62 9 September 9, 1994 Kathy Ratchford, Knoxville, TN 62 10 September 9, 1994 Wendy Johnson, Pound, VA 62 11 December 2, 1994 Kathy Ratchford, Pound, VA 62 12 December 2, 1994 Wendy Johnson, Caretta, WV 62 13 March 10-11, 1995 Mary Bryan, Caretta, WV 62 14 March 10-11, 1995 Kathy Ratchford, Caretta, WV 63 1 March 10-11, 1995 Wendy Johnson, Berea, KY 63 2 June 16-17, 1995 Kathy Ratchford, Berea, KY 63 3 June 16-17, 1995 Mary Bryan, Berea, KY 63 4 June 16-17, 1995 Organizational Binder 1 ii. 1986-1996 Scope and Contents note All organizational binders contain materials that were removed from three different binders for preservation purposes, but kept in original order. The Organizational Binder 1 subseries contains board meeting agendas, Board of Directors minutes, coordinating committee papers, memoranda, miscellaneous, and loose papers placed in the binder. Board Meeting Agenda 63 5 1986-1996 Board of Directors Minutes 63 6 1995-1996 Board of Directors Minutes 63 7 1993-1995 Board of Directors Minutes 63 8 1993-1995 Board of Directors Minutes 63 9 1989-1993 Board of Directors Minutes 63 10 1986-1989 Coordinating Committee 64 1 1986 Memoranda 64 2 1987 Miscellaneous 64 3 1987 Loose Papers 64 4 1986-1991 Organizational Binder 2 iii. 1989-1993 Scope and Contents note All organizational binders contain materials that were removed from three different binders for preservation purposes, but kept in original order. The Organizational Binder 2 subseries include board meeting packets from 1989-1993. Board Meeting Packets 64 5 1992-1993 Board Meeting Packets 64 6 1992 Board Meeting Packets 64 7 1991-1992 Board Meeting Packets 64 8 1991 Board Meeting Packets 64 9 1990 Board Meeting Packets 64 10 1991 Board Meeting Packets 64 11 1991 Board Meeting Packets 64 12 1989-1990 Organizational Binder 3 iv. 1988-1995 Scope and Contents note All organizational binders contain materials that were removed from three different binders for preservation purposes, but kept in original order. The Organizational Binder 3 subseries contains the Board of Directors mailings from 1988-1995. Board Mailings 64 13 1994-1995 Board Mailings 64 14 1990-1994 Board Mailings 65 1 1990-1992 Board Mailings 65 2 1990 Baord Mailings 65 3 1988-1991 Board of Directors Materials v. 1984-1998 Scope and Contents note The Board of Directors Materials contains papers from 1984-1998, that include board minutes, meetings, and nominations. The subseries also contains the Board of Directors, Fundraising committee, other committees, and the Director's reports and papers. Minutes 65 4 1997-1998 Meetings 65 5 1997 Meeting Minutes 65 6 1998 Meetings 65 7 1991-1996 Nominations 65 8 1996-1997 Nominations 65 9 1998 Evaluation Session 65 10 September 11, 1992 Members Papers 66 1 1994-1996 Board and Fundraising Committee Papers 66 2 1986-1990 Loose Papers 66 3 1986-1994 ACF Director's and Committees Reports 66 4 1984-1998 Publications vi. 1988-1997 Scope and Contents note ACF Publications includes three copies of "Building Connections, Building Communities, Building Social Change," and two copies of "A Grantseeker's Guide to Funders," along with its' paperwork. The subseries also includes the ACF Needs Assessment book, newsletters and their accompaning papers. Box 66 is restricted because folder 5 contains "Building Connections, Building Communities, Building Social Change," which has "CONFIDENTIAL" written on the papers in the booklet. Box 66, folders 6-7 should also be restricted because while it does not have "CONFIDENTIAL" written, the folders contain updated versions of the one that is restricted. "Building Connections, Building Communities, Building Social Change" 66 5 1996 Scope and Contents note RESTRICTED "Building Connections, Building Communities, Building Social Change" c.1 66 6 1995-1996 Scope and Contents note RESTRICTED "Building Connections, Building Communities, Building Social Change" c.2 66 7 1995-1996 Scope and Contents note RESTRICTED "A Grantseeker's Guide To Funders"-Section 1, 2nd ed. 67 1 undated "A Grantseeker's Guide To Funders"-Section 2, 2nd ed. 67 2 undated "A Grantseeker's Guide To Funders"-Section 3-6, 2nd ed. 67 3 undated "A Grantseeker's Guide To Funders"-Section 1, 2nd ed., c.2 67 4 undated "A Grantseeker's Guide To Funders"-Section 2, 2nd ed., c.2 67 5 undated "A Grantseeker's Guide To Funders"-Section 3-6, 2nd ed., c.2 67 6 undated "A Grantseeker's Guide To Funders"-1st Edition papers 67 7 1988 "A Grantseeker's Guide To Funders"-2nd Edition papers 67 8 1992 "A Grantseeker's Guide To Funders" Papers 67 9 1988-1993 "A Grantseeker's Guide To Funders" Papers 68 1 1992-1993 "A Grantseeker's Guide To Funders" Papers 68 2 1992-1994 "A Grantseeker's Guide To Funders" Loose Papers 68 3 1988 ACF Needs Assessment Book 68 4 1994 Newsletters and Paperwork 68 5 1990-1997 Spring/Summer Newsletters and Papers 68 6 1991-1992 Non-ACF Publications vii. 1991-2008 Scope and Contents note Non-ACF Publications include newletters, reports, and booklets from other organizations and foundations from 1991-2008. Organizations Newletters 69 1 1997-2008 Southern Empowerment Project's "You Can Do It!" c.1 69 2 2002 Southern Empowerment Project's "You Can Do It!" c.2 69 3 2005 Institute for Women's Policy Research's "The Status of Women in the States" 69 4 2000 Institute for Women's Policy Research's "Models for Action: Making Research Work for Women" 69 5 undated Political Research Associates' "Decades of Distortion: The Right's 30-Year Assault on Welfare" 69 6 December 1997 Liberty Hill Foundation's-Upton Sinclair Award Dinner 69 7 1992 Independent Sector's "Ethics And The Nation's Voluntary and Philanthropic Community" 69 8 1991 W.K. Kellogg Foundation's "Logic Model Development Guide" 70 1 February 2003 Ford Foundation's "Community-Based Forestry Demonstration Program 70 2 December 11, 2006 Southeast Regional Economic Justice Network's "Building Just Relationships For The Next 500 Years" 70 3 September 24-27, 1992 Grantmakers in the Arts' "Report On 2003 Field Inquiry" 70 4 October 2003 National Coalition Building Institute East Tennessee Chapter Training For Trainers 70 5 1996 Globalization Publications viii. 1989-2003 Scope and Contents note The Globalization Publications subseries were originally located with the non-ACF publications, but were seperated by the label, "Global Publications," which focus on the theme of globalization in economics, employment, and grants. "IFG News," and "IFG Bulletin" 70 6 1998-2002 "Globalization and Grantmakers" 70 7 August 2003 IFG's "Invisible Government" 70 8 undated Global Links' "Reaching Across Borders To Confront Globalization" and IFG's "Beyond the WTO: Alternatives to Economic Globalization" 70 9 1999 Southeast Women's Employment Coalition's "Behind The Glitter: The Impact of Tourism on Rural Women in the Southeast" 70 10 August 1989 Good Jobs First "The Policy Shift To Good Jobs" 70 11 November 2003 Publicity ix. 1987-2001 Scope and Contents note ACF Publicity contains newspaper clippings and correspondence, along with media coverage, radio spots, and press releases that discuss the Appalachian Community Fund from 1987-2001. Publicity Papers 71 1 1987-2001 Publicity Papers 71 2 1991-1992 Media Coverage 71 3 1991-1992 Radio Spots 71 4 1991-1994 Press Releases 71 5 1987-1991 Workshops and Events x. 1986-1995 Scope and Contents note The Workshops and Events subseries includes correspondence, notes, handouts, worksheets, and other materials from 1986-1995, pertaining to these events, including the 5th and 10th year anniversaries of ACF. ACF Report, Special Events (Ideas) 71 6 1994 "Surviving The Nineties" Workshops Spring 1994 71 7 1992-1994 "Surviving The Nineties" Spring 1995 Workshops 71 8 1994-1995 "Surviving The Nineties" Workshops 71 9 September 1995 Fund For Southern Communities Conference 71 10 1993-1994 Workshop Series 71 11 1991-1992 Workshop Series 71 12 1993-1994 "The Moment For Change: The Changing Moment" Workshop 72 1 1993 West Virginia Workshops 72 2 1991-1992 Grantmaking Training 72 3 1993-1994 1995 National Network of Grantmakers Funders Tour Appalachia 72 4 1994-1995 National Network of Grantmakers' Southern Funders Tour 72 5 1995 House Party 72 6 1986-1991 House Party 72 7 1993 West Virginia House Party 72 8 1992-1993 5th Year Anniversary 72 9 1991-1992 5th Year Anniversary 73 1 1991 Helen Lewis/10th Anniversary Reservations 73 2 1989 The Synergos Institute 73 3 1995 Wendy Johnson Papers xi. 1989-1996 Scope and Contents note The Wendy Johnson Papers include materials on SRDI from 1989-1996, including the Southern Funder's Initiative, strategic planning meetings, press conference, board books, profiles, and 1995 Farm Bill. Box 76 is restricted because folder 3 contains SRDI tax information. SRDI-The Southern Funder's Initiative 73 4 1992 SRDI-The Southern Funder's Initiative 73 5 1992 SRDI-The Southern Funder's Initiative 73 6 1992 SRDI-The Southern Funder's Initiative 73 7 1992 SRDI-The Southern Funder's Initiative 74 1 1992 SRDI Papers 74 2 1993 SRDI Papers 74 3 1993 SRDI Papers 74 4 1993 SRDI Papers 74 5 1993 SRDI Papers 74 6 1993 SRDI Papers 74 7 1993 SRDI Strategic Planning Meeting, Highlander Center, New Market, TN 75 1 June 25-27, 1993 SRDI Strategic Planning Meeting, Arkansas Land and Farm Center, Fargo, Arkansas 75 2 February 26-28, 1993 SRDI Strategic Planning Meeting, Franklinton Center at Bricksenfield, NC 75 3 October 28-31, 1993 SRDI Press Conference, National Press Club Building, Washington, D.C. 75 4 October 7, 1993 SRDI Strategic Planning Meeting Sector Study Materials 75 5 June 25-27, 1993 SRDI Community Foundations and Federations Meeting, Knoxville, TN 75 6 November 21, 1994 SRDI Briefing Package for 1990's Southeast Meeting, Huntsville, Alabama 75 7 November 21-22, 1994 SRDI Papers 76 1 1994 SRDI Profiles 76 2 1994 SRDI Tax Information 76 3 1989-1993 Scope and Contents note RESTRICTED SRDI Board Book 76 4 January 17, 1995 SRDI Board of Directors and Assembly Book 76 5 September 15-18, 1995 SRDI Loose Papers 76 6 1995 SRDI Loose Papers 76 7 1994-1995 SRDI Loose Papers 77 1 1995-1996 SRDI-Farm Bill 77 2 1995 SRDI xii. 1994-2004 Scope and Contents note The SRDI subseries contains reports, a press advisory, papers, and maps concerning the Southern Rural Development Initiative. "Marketing Literature Review of the SRDI Member Foundations and Federations" 77 3 August 20, 1998 Press Advisory, Keysville, Georgia 77 4 April 27, 1994 Southern Rural Development Initiative 77 5 1996-2004 Southern Rural Development Initiative Maps 77 6 1998 ACF Organizational Papers xiii. 1987-2002 Scope and Contents note Box 78 is restricted because folder 6, "Past Permits," contains tax forms, checks, and personal financial information. Organizational Booklet 77 7 1994-1996 Organizational Development 77 8 1994-1995 Peace Development Fund Applicants 78 1 1987-1989 Quotables 78 2 1990-1995 Highlander Papers and Applications 78 3 1991-1992 Brochures, Pamphlets, and Announcements 78 4 1989-1996 Contracts 78 5 1987-1992 Past Permits 78 6 2001-2002 Scope and Contents note RESTRICTED Alex Hayley Papers and Articles 78 7 1990-1992 Alex Hayley Papers and Articles 78 8 1990-1993 Miscellaneous Organizational Papers 85 4 undated Photographs III. 1988-2007 Scope and Contents note The Photograph series documents events, ACF Board and Staff, and includes Grantee photographs from 1988-2007. The audio visual materials include disks that contain photographs, NPR report on domestic violence, and a tape of Globalization: Voices of Resistance. 5th Anniversary - 2009ms211:79:1-66 79 1991? ACF Conference - 2009ms211:80:1-28 80 1993 ACF Holiday Open House - 2009ms211:80:29-33 80 1997 Unidentified Event - 2009ms211:80:34-61 80 Pre-1997 Event for Candie Carawan - 2009ms211:80:62-93 80 Pre-1997 Peter Reilly Bike Ride - 2009ms211:81:1-5 81 1998 "Robin Hood Was Right" Event - 2009ms211:81:6-7 81 1999 ACF and Highlander Event for Ellen Gurzinsky - 2009ms211:81:8-18 81 1999 15th Anniversary - 2009ms211:81:19-24 81 June 2002 Dimantling Racism Workshop - 2009ms211:81:25-26 81 2003? "Up The Ridge" Event - 2009ms211:81:27-36 81 May 2006 Haley Farm Event - 2009ms211:81:37 81 October 2006 Media Justice Conference - 2009ms211:81:38-41 81 2007 "Go The Distance" Event - 2009ms211:81:42 81 undated Kuumba Festival? - 2009ms211:81:43-44 81 undated Unidentified Events - 2009ms211:81:45-48 81 undated Board and Staff - 2009ms211:81:49-84 81 1988-2004 Board and Staff - 2009ms211:82:1-37 82 undated Grantees A-CIRCL - 2009ms211:82:38-88 82 Grantees Cit-T - 2009ms211:83:1-64 83 1998-2004 Unidentified Grantees - 2009ms211:83:65-71 83 1998-2003 Unidentified Photographs - 2009ms211:84:1-10 84 undated Various Photographs - 2009ms211:84:11-22 84 undated Negatives and Photographs 85 1 undated Photographs, Negatives, and Contact Sheets 85 2 undated Photographs 85 3 undated Audio Visual Materials 85 4 2003 Miscellaneous Organizational Papers 85 5 2001 Financials IV. 1987-2000 Scope and Contents note The Financial series contains annual reports, budgets, audits, statements of activity, financial statements, unrestricted incomes, and financial papers of the Appalachian Community Fund. Annual Reports 85 6 1987-1988 Financial Statements 85 7 June 30, 1988 Budgets 85 8 July 1, 1988-June 30, 1989 Budgets 85 9 1989-1990 Audits 85 10 1989-1990 Annual Report Material 85 11 1989-1990 Financial Statements 86 1 June 30, 1990 Financial Papers 86 2 1990 Audits 86 3 1990-1991 Budgets 86 4 1990-1991 Budgets 86 5 1990-1991 Truannual Report 86 6 1991-1994 Triennial Report 86 7 1991-1994 Financial Statements 86 8 June 30, 1991 Budgets 86 9 1991-1992 Statement of Activity For Year 86 10 June 30, 1992 Financial Statements 86 11 June 30, 1992 Audits 87 1 1992 Budgets 87 2 1992-1993 Unrestricted Income 87 3 1993-1994 ACF Bylaws and Financial Statements 87 4 June 30, 1994 Audit Papers 87 5 1994-1995 Financial Statements 87 6 June 30, 1995 Financial Papers 87 7 1995 Financial Statements, Balance Sheet, and Unrestricted Income 87 8 1996-1997 Financial Papers 87 9 1996 Financial Papers 87 10 1996-1997 Audit Papers 87 11 June 30, 1996 Annual Report 88 1 1997-1998 Financial Reports 88 2 1997 Financial Reports 88 3 1997-1998 Audit 88 4 June 30, 1997 Audit 88 5 1998 Audit 88 6 1998-1999 Financial Papers 88 7 2000 Land Information 88 8 Request for Information Logs 88 9 Request For Information 88 10 Property Information 89 1 Property Information 89 2