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$1.9 Million Given to ''Employees' Favorite Charities''; Local ExxonMobil Employees Set Campaign Record.

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E[acute accent]$1.9 MILLION GIVEN TO ''EMPLOYEES' FAVORITE CHARITIES''

E[acute accent]Local ExxonMobil Employees Set Campaign Record

E[acute accent]ExxonMobil today announced that its employees and companies in the Metropolitan D.C. area have raised a record $1.9 million for non-profits during its recently concluded "Employees' Favorite Charities Campaign." E[acute accent]"Our employees did an exceptional job this year in showing support for the community where we live and work," said Mark Merrill, 2005 ExxonMobil Employees' Favorite Charities Campaign Chair, and Vice President of Planning, ExxonMobil Fuels Marketing Company. "This has been a particularly challenging fundraising year for many local organizations, and our employees understand this. We hope that our record-breaking efforts, with over 96% of our employees contributing this year, will go a long way toward meeting the needs of many local charities." E[acute accent]Employees and ExxonMobil this year increased their financial support for local non-profit organizations by almost 10% versus last year. The ExxonMobil Employees' Favorite Charities Campaign provides employees with the opportunity to give to any local charity, with 100% of the employee contribution going to a designated charity. In addition, Exxon Mobil Corporation provides a corporate contribution that is distributed to 185 local health and human services non-profit organizations based on aggregate donations from employees. (Alphabetical listing of these organizations follows.) E[acute accent]The ExxonMobil family has a long history of supporting community groups and educational organizations in the greater Washington area, not only with contributions and grants, but also with thousands of employees and retirees who volunteer their time and talent to local non-profits.
Organizations receiving checks ranging from $250 to $22,051

AAA Women for Choice
Action in Community Through Service of Prince William, Inc.
African American Women's Resource Center
Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf
ALIVE!, Inc.
ALS Association
Alternative House (Abused and Homeless Children Refuge)
Alzheimers Disease & Related Disorders Association
American Cancer Society, Northern Virginia Region
American Diabetes Association, Washington, DC Area
American Heart Association, Northern Virginia
American Lung Association of Maryland, Inc. (ALA)
American Red Cross of the National Capital Area
American Red Cross of the National Capital Area in Montgomery County
American Red Cross, Alexandria Chapter
American Red Cross, Arlington County Chapter
Anderson Orthopedic Research Institute
Angel Flight
Annandale, VA Stake-Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
Arc of Northern Virginia
Arcola Pleasant Valley Volunteer Fire Dept
Arlington-Alexandria Coalition for the Homeless, Inc.
Arthritis Foundation, Metropolitan Washington Chapter
Ashburn Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department
Asian Pacific American Legal Resources Center
Assist Crisis Pregnancy Center
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the National Capital Area
Black Student Fund
Bon Air Volunteer Fire Department
Boy Scouts of America, National Capital Area Council, The
Breast Cancer Foundation, The Susan G. Komen
Cancer Research Foundation of America
Capital Area Food Bank
Capital Hospice
Carenet Pregnancy Resource Center
Caring For Others
Carpenter's Shelter
Catholic Charities of Arlington
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington
Central Union Mission
Cerebral Palsy Ability Center (CPAC)
CHANGE Inc.
Child Safe Net Inc.
Childhood Brain Tumor Foundation
Children's Food and Care Fund
Children's Hospital Foundation of Washington, DC
Committee to Help Others
Community Ministry of Montgomery County
Concerned Black Men, Inc., Washington, DC Chapter
Covenant House
Crafts for Economic Empowerment, Inc.
Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
Daughters of Charity
DC Central Kitchen
Diabetes National Institute, Inc.
Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation, The
Disabled American Veterans Charitable Services Trust
Door of Hope
Doorways for Women
ECHO, Inc. (Ecumenical Community Helping Others)
Epilepsy Foundation of the Chesapeake Region
Episcopal Center for Children
Fairfax Area Christian Emergency and Transitional Services, Inc.
 (FACETS)
Fairfax CASA (formerly CASA of Fairfax)
Fairfax FISH, Inc.
Fairfax Volunteer Fire Department
Falls Church Community Services Council, Inc.
Falls Church McLean Children's Center
Family and Child Services of Washington, D.C., Inc. (F&CS)
Fauquier Family Shelter Services
Flicker of Hope Foundation
Food & Friends
Food for Others, Inc.
Georgetown University Jimmy L. Hewlett Lung Cancer Research Fund
Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital
Good Shepherd Housing and Family Services, Inc.
Good Shepherd Preschool
Gospel Rescue Ministries of Washington, DC
Growing Hope
Habitat for Humanity
Hebrew Home of Greater Washington
Herndon-Reston FISH, Inc.
Holiday Project of the National Capital Area
Holy Family Emergency Assistance Program
Home for the Aged the Little Sisters of the Poor
HOMESTRETCH
Hospice Foundation of America
House of Ruth
INOVA Health System Foundation
Inova VNA Home Health Care
Islamic-American Zakat Foundation
Jesus House, Soup Kitchen & Clothing
Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia
Jewish Federation of Greater Washington, Inc., The
Jewish Social Service Agency
Jill's House Inc. (Access Center)
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International-Capitol Chapter
Kidney Foundation of the National Capital Area, National
Knights of Virginia Assisting the Retarded (KOVAR) c/o George
 Fontaigne
La Clinica del Pueblo
Leesburg Volunteer Fire Department
Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia, The
Legal Services of Northern Virginia, Inc.
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, The
Lift Me Up
Loaves & Fishes, St. Stephens and the Incarnation
Lorton Community Action Center (LCAC)
Loudoun Abused Women's Shelter (LAWS)
Loudoun Interfaith Relief, Inc.
Loudoun Therapeutic Riding Foundation, Inc.
Lupus Foundation of Greater Washington
Lutheran Social Services of the National Capital Area, Inc. (LSS/NCA)
Make-A-Wish Foundation of the Mid-Atlantic, Inc.
Manna, Inc.
Marcelino Pan y Vino
March of Dimes National Capital Area
Martha's Table/McKenna's Wagon
Matthew's Center for Visual Learning
Meals on Wheels
Metropolitan/Delta Adult Literacy Council, Inc.
Miriam's Kitchen
Muscular Dystrophy Association-Greater Washington Chapter
My Sister's Place
N Street Village
National Childhood Cancer Foundation
National Multiple Sclerosis Society National Capital Chapter (MS)
National Prostate Cancer Coalition Fund, Inc.
Next Level 4 Teens
No. VA Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Northern Virginia AIDS Ministry
Northern Virginia Family Service
Northern Virginia Therapeutic Riding Program
Oakwood Services International
Occoquan-Woodbridge-Lorton Volunteer Fire Department
Orphan Foundation of America (OFA)
Parkinson's Action Network Foundation
Pathway Homes, Inc.
Pilgrimage Outreach Center
Planned Parenthood Association of Metropolitan Washington, DC
Planned Parenthood Foundation
Polaris Project
Preemies Today
Rainbow Christian Services
Reston Interfaith, Inc.
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Washington, D.C., Inc.
Saint Mark's Christian Formation Center
Salvation Army - Alexandria, The
Salvation Army - District of Columbia, The
Salvation Army - Fairfax, The
Salvation Army - Loudoun County, The
Sanctity of Life Ministries
SERVE, Inc.
Shelter for Abused Women
Shelter House, Inc.
Sickle Cell Disease Association of Greater Washington, Inc.
SIDS Alliance of the Mid-Atlantic
So Others Might Eat, Inc. (SOME)
Spastic Paraplegia Foundation
Special Hockey Washington, Inc.
Special Olympics International
Special Olympics Maryland, Montgomery County
Special Olympics Virginia, Inc.
Spiritual Care Support Ministries, Inc.
St. Ann's Infant and Maternity Home
St. Martins - After School for Kids Program
Stepping Stones Shelter, Inc.
Sterling Park Volunteer Fire Dept.
Suited for Change
Tahirih Justice Center
The Brady Urological Institute Development Office Fund for Johns
 Hopkins Medicine
The House
The Lamb Center
Time to Fly Foundation
Toys for Tots Foundation
Transitional Housing BARN, Inc.
United Community Ministries (UCM)
United Methodist Family Services
United Way of the National Capital Area
Vienna Stars Pathfinders
Washington Free Clinic, The
Washington Regional Alcohol Program (WRAP)
Western Fairfax Christian Ministries
Whitman-Walker Clinic
YMCA of Metropolitan Washington
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