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A LEADING FORCE For almost as long as there’s been an AIDS epidemic, the AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC) has been a leading force in the battle to defeat it.

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e enlist a broad range of strategies to end new infections, improve the lives of people with HIV, and strengthen government and community responses to the epidemic. Since the early days of the epidemic, we’ve seen incredible progress. But the epidemic continues to rage in vulnerable populations and low-income communities due to pervasive stigma, lack of access to health care, apathy, and competing societal and governmental priorities. AFC works to remove these barriers. Founded in 1985 by community activists and physicians, we fortify local, national, and international HIV-related activities. We specialize in efforts to: • Advocate with and for people affected by HIV/AIDS. • Fund and coordinate prevention, care, and housing projects. • Cultivate the capacity and expertise of individuals and organizations dedicated to ending HIV/AIDS. Together with our individual, government, and community partners, we strive to make our collective efforts better and stronger. Steadfastly, we stand with the 43,000 HIV-positive people in Illinois.

We are a source of hope – a force for change.

Board of Directors

Junior Board

J. Ben Stringfellow Chair

Jennifer Cheng President

Craig Andree Deborah S. Ashen Ericka C. Baran Anthony Bruck Martin Cournane Gary Cunningham Edward W. Diffin, III Kimberly du Buclet Toby Eveland Anne Feder Paula Friedman Terri Friel Neha Gandhi Larry Giddings Judi Gorman Jeffrey Green Lisa M. Henry-Reid, MD Abbas Hyderi, MD Lori Kaufman Nicole Kazee, Ph.D. Thomas Kehoe Anna Laubach Brian C. Lighty Condon McGlothlen Charles McLimans Michael T. McRaith Rick Moser Robert H. Neubert Exavier B. Pope, Esq. Curtis Reed, Jr. Hilda Richards, ED, RN, FAAN DeJuran Richardson, Ph.D. Ernie Rodriguez David Schmit Bradley A. Serot Rev. Charles Straight Sally J. Stresnak Joseph Stokes, Ph.D. Chad Thompson

Sophie Albsmeyer Ramya Amancharla Allison Bernard Jessyca Dudley Kate Finnegan Angela Florida Jacob Fyda Candice Gant Paul Ketz Katie Kunstman Michael Leukam Ashley Loomis Kevin Moore Christine Morley Anand Nagarajan Nico Rodriguez Pedro Serrano Rhoby Tio Shawn Tumanov Neal Van Winkle Nathaniel Wright

David Ernesto Munar President/CEO


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LETTER FROM THE BOARD CHAIR AND PRESIDENT/CEO The AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC) approved a three-year strategic plan that we had the pleasure of unveiling at the 2012 Annual Meeting. We crafted it with ample input from community members, clients, and advisers, including our dynamic staff, Board and Junior Board.

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t’s called Road to Health and serves as a guide to maximize scientific and policy developments in the uncharted era of health care reform. Cutting across the plan is AFC’s unwavering belief that health reform must—simply must—work for HIVaffected people and communities. We will accept nothing less. We have worked too hard to reach this point on the road, and we will not look back. The lives of our constituents and future generations depend on us getting this right, and we will move heaven and earth to ensure that our clients not only gain insurance but also see their health improve. We believe passionately that the skills, wisdom, and capabilities of the AIDS safety-net system must be harnessed to make health care work for the people we serve. If we can shepherd emerging systems to cater to the needs of our vulnerable clients—people who face urgent barriers and discrimination daily—we can make it work for everyone. This report highlights our first-year accomplishments in implementing our

strategic plan, but these victories are not ours alone. So many of our partners and supporters played a pivotal role in advancing a progressive agenda on the road to health. Thanks for your unwavering support on the Road to Health for all people affected by HIV/ AIDS. Sincerely,

J. Ben Stringfellow Chair, Board of Directors

David Ernesto Munar President/CEO

View our 2013-2015 strategic plan at www.aidschicago.org/strategicplan

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STRENGTHENING COMMUNITIES The first goal in AFC’s strategic plan is to strengthen the fabric, resilience, and power of communities affected by HIV/AIDS. Championing Equality

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long-time champion of civil rights for LGBT individuals and families, AFC worked closely with community advocates and agency partners to bring marriage equality to Illinois. As a member of the Coalition for Marriage Equality, AFC played a behind-the-scenes role supporting lobbying, grassroots advocacy, and the community rally at the Capitol. Heartfelt thanks to Reps. Greg Harris, Sara Feigenholtz, Kelly Cassidy, State Sen. Heather

Steans, and many others who led the way. AFC staunchly supports equal rights and access to health care for all people, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, or economic status. Stigma and homophobia fuel the AIDS epidemic, and this new law will help reframe negative perceptions of LGBT people and their families. Marriage equality also translates into greater access to benefits, hospital visitation rights, protections for family income and assets, household unification, and other privileges afforded to married people.

Combatting HIV Stigma

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n 2013, AFC and our allies including the AIDS Legal Council persuaded state lawmakers to repeal a 1980s law that heightened stigma and discrimination for HIV-positive young people and their families. The law mandated public health officials to inform school principals of students with HIV.

This served no public health purpose and in fact harmed HIV-positive young people by putting in jeopardy their confidentiality and safety. It also served as a powerful disincentive for HIV testing. Thanks to tenacious advocacy, however, this shameful law is no more.

Expanding Comprehensive Sexual Health Education

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o round out our 2013 Springfield victories, we succeeded in one of the worst economic climates to persuade lawmakers to reject more than $3 million in proposed funding reductions to the state’s HIV budget. And after a multi-year legislative campaign, AFC and other allies secured a state law that

requires school curricula on sexual health to meet three core standards: lessons must be medically accurate, age appropriate, and comprehensive. The impact of these accomplishments will ripple across our state for decades.


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INSPIRING CHANGE “Some of my fellow state legislators in Springfield have never met anyone who is openly living with HIV, but when AFC’s fierce and knowledgeable advocates come to town, it changes the story. That’s how we get real work done.” - State Rep. Greg Harris

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Innovating Systems Reform “By leveraging our housing, healthcare and behavioral health networks, AFC’s Center for Housing and Health responds to the cycle of homelessness and hopelessness for hundreds of vulnerable people with severe mental health and chronic diseases, including HIV.” - Arturo V. Bendixen, Executive Director – AFC’s Center for Housing and Health


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INTEGRATED SERVICES Our second goal aims to ensure that emerging networks provide integrated services that respond to the needs of vulnerable populations. educating Case Managers

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n case management, our work focused on better integration of multiple payment sources needed to ensure that patients have a full continuum of vital services. We educated case managers and clients about CountyCare, a new health benefit for lowincome Cook County residents. We helped

case managers, community members, and even county officials understand how these new benefits can be integrated with the federally funded Ryan White HIV Program, which carries highly restrictive requirements to coordinate with other payers.

Preparing ADAP for Health Reform

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e spent considerable time working with the Illinois AIDS Drug Assistance Program to prepare for health reform. Because of our tenacious advocacy and strong leadership from the state, Illinois ADAP

will help people with HIV cover their premium and out-of-pocket insurance costs. As a result, thousands of clients will be able to afford and fully utilize healthcare coverage for the first time.

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o fully realize the opportunities of service integration for our clients and partner agencies, AFC created a new senior management position for Strategy and Business Development. Kathye Gorosh joined the staff this summer to oversee this critically important category of work. Kathye is the former executive director of New Age Services and previously lead the CORE Foundation. At AFC, she is exploring new business relationships for our housing and case management networks with a focus on emerging insurance markets.

In addition, she oversees AFC’s Change Management series, which has provided nearly a dozen training sessions to help service providers adapt to a rapidly changing nonprofit environment. A component of the series provided executive coaching to five organizations selected through a competitive process for the Sustainability Strategy Program. Led by Dr. Mark Light of DePaul University, the series assisted officials from each organization to craft a business and sustainability plan tailored for their particular agency needs.

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IMPROVED OUTCOMES In our third goal we aim to improve outcomes at every stage of HIV care from expanded HIV testing to sustained viral suppression through treatment adherence. Providing a Platform for prevention

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ith decades of experience advocating for new methods to prevent HIV transmission, AFC launched a local education and awareness campaign for community members and service providers on PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis). PrEP has been approved by the FDA as an effective option to

reduce the risk of HIV acquisition. It involves an HIV-negative individual taking a pill every day to reduce the risk of HIV infection. The campaign provides accurate information so people can make informed decisions. Our project includes an engaging blog called MyPrEPexperience.blogspot.com featuring stories of actual PrEP users.

Improving access to Care

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FC is changing the way people gain access to care with our HIV-VIP program. Here’s how it works: somebody could be applying for food stamps at a public aid office. While waiting, they have an opportunity to receive an HIV test through an AFC-funded program. If the test result is positive, that person immediately receives an appointment

for follow-up care at an HIV-specialty clinic within days, not weeks or months. This program has had a huge impact on our linkage-to-care rates. Before the HIV-VIP program, 40 percent of those who tested positive were linked into care. We’ve increased this number to 82 percent.

Expanding medicaid

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he Affordable Care Act has been at the crux of our work, which has given every state an opportunity to expand Medicaid. For states that accept expansion, the federal government will pick up 100 percent of the tab for three years and no less than 90 percent thereafter. Even so, many Illinois lawmakers bulked at the proposal, deeming it too risky given the state’s dire finances. AFC co-led a robust advocacy campaign to persuade lawmakers to vote favorably for Medicaid expansion. We worked with the media, assembled a statewide coalition, and enlisted the support of uninsured people to

explain to lawmakers how they would stand to benefit. After months of vigorous debate, we persevered. As a result, more than halfa-million Illinoisans, including nearly 10,000 individuals with HIV, will benefit. And thanks to a new state grant, AFC is coordinating a multi-agency network of health care enrollment counselors. Their job is to help educate and enroll people in new health insurance benefits. Our network has hosted dozens of educational events, assisted more than 900 consumers with enrollment services, and has met with over 5,000 Chicago residents.


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IMPACTING LIVES “As someone who has used PrEP, I believe that it is important to share my story. People have different opinions about PrEP and I can answer many of their questions. It is a big step to ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic and it all starts with knowledge.”

- Gustavo Varela (pictured center, at a community “talk show” about PrEP)


10 | AIDS FOUNDATION OF CHICAGO “With T2, I conquered my first chicago triathlon and so much more – raised money for a worthy cause, made lasting friendships, and joined a family of athletes committed to my community. T2 changes people’s lives.” – 2013 TEAM TO END AIDS (T2) LIFE TIME TRI CHICAGO participant helios Hugo diaz


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FInanCIal stateMent eXpenses

revenues

23% Programs & Policy

24% Private Sources

4% General 4% Development

62% Public Grants

7% Private Grants 76% Public Sources

eXpenses

revenues

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Fy13 Private Sources Foundations/Corporations

$5,563,721 $3,287,680

Program & Policy General & Administrative

Fee for Service/Other

$682,810

Development

Individuals/Memorials/Bequests

$283,589

Grants & Awards: Private

$54,450

Grants & Awards: Public

Direct mail (net) Special Events (net)

$1,255,192

Public Sources

$17,703,071

Chicago Dept. of Public Health

$7,009,697

IL Dept. of Public Health (Federal $)

$3,117,415

IL Dept. of Public Health (State $)

$414,624

IL Dept. of Human Services

$645,839

U.S. Dept. of Housing & Urban Development

$5,371,532

U.S. Substance Abuse & Mental Services Administration

$1,035,848

Other

total revenue

$108,116 $23,266,792

$5,526,852

total expenses

$917,121 $916,405 $1,577,885 $14,274,637 $23,212,900

CHanGe In net assets Fy13 Fund for the Future (board restricted) Excess of Revenue over Expenses total Change in net assets

$53,200 $692 $53,892


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FunDraIsInG events Fighting HIV/AIDS with dance, athleticism and decadent chocolate.

AFC’s TEAM TO END AIDS (T2) celebrated its 10th year by training 207 athletes to run the Bank of America Chicago Marathon, 66 runners to finish the Chicago Half Marathon, 50 multisport athletes to compete in the Life Time Tri Chicago, and 25 dedicated people to swim, bike, and run Ironman 70.3 Steelhead. Together, they raised $324,000 for the fight against HIV/AIDS! After the marathon, the Bank of America Foundation presented AFC with an additional $25,000 grant award, which will support AFC’s case management programs that link people living with HIV to lifesaving services and benefits.

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AFC’s 2013 Spring Dinner gathered nearly 500 guests to experience the hilarious stand-up comedy of Paula Poundstone. AFC presented the 2013 Civic Leadership Award to renowned choreographer Randy Duncan, and honored Robert Neubert, a long-time member of AFC’s board and co-chair of Dance for Life, with the Lori Kaufman Volunteer Award. The event raised $125,000.

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February

March

April

May

looKInG ForWarD In 2014 TEAM TO END AIDS Kick-off Saturday, May 10

Spring Event: Ignite Friday, May 16

Dance for Life Saturday, August 16

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AIDS Run & Walk Chicago drew more than 3,500 participants on a picture-perfect day at Soldier Field and raised more than $440,000 for the local HIV/ AIDS fight. CommunityDirect teams raised $260,000 to support organizations throughout our community.

The 12th annual desserts and culinary gala moved to Chicago Union Station, where AFC supporters shared a night of decadence and irresistible chocolate creations, celebrating progress made in fighting HIV/AIDS. Along with A-list food critics, 29 vendors created an unforgettable experience for more than 1,200 guests. The event was hugely successful, raising $137,000.

Dance for Life raised more than $205,000 to benefit AFC, the Dancers’ Fund, and Chicago House with performances by DanceWorks Chicago, Giordano Dance Chicago, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, River North Dance Chicago and Thodos Dance Chicago.

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August

September

October

November

December

Proceeds are net of expense.

AIDS Run & Walk Chicago Tentative date: Saturday, October 4

World of Chocolate Thursday, December 4


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PARTNERSHIPS

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AFC is proud to partner with a wide variety of dedicated organizations delivering high-quality prevention, care, housing and other essential services to HIV-affected people across metropolitan Chicago. In 2013, AFC awarded 55 partner agencies nearly $16 million, through 200 grants and contracts, for vital HIV-related services.

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HIGHLIGHTED BELOW ARE EXAMPLES OF THE MANY PARTNERSHIPS AFC MAINTAINS TO SUPPORT LOCAL RESIDENTS AFFECTED BY THE EPIDEMIC.

A. Austin West Side Health Center AIDS Run & Walk, CommunityDirect– A total of 35 HIV/AIDS service organizations form AIDS Run & Walk teams to raise money directly for their services. In 2013, over $250,000 was raised by providers. B. Erie Family Health Center Care Providers– AFC and its partners provide numerous services, including medical care, oral health services, legal assistance, mental health, transportation, and many more, to HIV positive individuals throughout Chicagoland. C. South Side Help Center Case Management Providers– AFC’s network of case managers provide high quality services to HIV positive people who need help finding medical care, attending appointments, taking their medicine, and connecting to other essential support services. D. Alexian Brothers Housing and Health Alliance Challenge Grant Recipients– Through a competitive process, Alexian Brothers Housing and Health Alliance received a two year AFC grant to improve clients’ employment and health outcomes. A total of 11 organizations received Challenge Grants for diverse and innovative projects that address the screening, prevention, care, housing and/ or employment needs of Chicagoland residents. E. Christian Community Health Center Housing – AFC collaborates with housing agencies, hospitals, prisons, and shelters to provide rental subsidies, case management, mental health, substance use treatment and other essential services. On a monthly basis, AFC makes approximately 1,000 rental, mortgage, and utility payments to keep people with HIV safely housed. Our housing network ensures vulnerable individuals and

families have safe and affordable homes. F. AIDS Legal Council of Chicago Insurance Enrollment Assistance Program– Through the In-Person Counselor program, AFC and its partners provide insurance application assistance to thousands of individuals. Navigators help highly vulnerable populations learn about their health insurance options and enroll into Medicaid or other health plans. G. Howard Brown Health Center Prevention, HIV Testing – To reduce the number of people who do not know their HIV status, AFC and its partners provide testing services in various venues including public aid offices, the Cook County Jail, bars, and at special events. In the past year, over 7,500 tests were performed and 121 people newly diagnosed with HIV were linked to medical care. H. Open Door Clinic Service Providers Council, Executive Committee– The Service Providers Council, a membership coalition of local HIV/AIDS services organizations, is led by a strong and active Executive Committee. The Executive Committee informs AFC’s advocacy priorities and works together to improve programs region-wide. I. Mount Sinai Hospital Sustainable Strategy Program– Mount Sinai Hospital was one of the five organizations that participated in an intensive workshop series to ensure sustainability. Agency leaders successfully developed strategic goals, identified alternative payment sources, and crafted business plans to thrive in the changing healthcare landscape.


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AIDS Run & Walk

Care Providers

Agape Missions, Inc. AIDS Legal Council of Chicago Alexian Brothers Housing and Health Alliance Asian Human Services Austin West Side Health Center CALOR Canticle Ministries Catholic Charities of Chicago Center on Halsted Chicago House Chicago Recovery Alliance Chicago Woman’s AIDS Project The Children’s Place Christian Community Health Center Families and Children’s AIDS Network Greater Full Gospel Church Heartland Alliance Howard Brown Health Center Illinois Caucus for Adolescent Health Midwest AIDS Training + Education Center Men and Women in Prison Ministries Michael Reese HIV Program Mount Sinai Hospital New Age Services New Life Covenant Open Door Clinic Pediatric AIDS Chicago Prevention Initiative (PACPI) Puerto Rican Cultural Center (VIDA/Sida) Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center South Side Help Center Test Positive Aware Network The Night Ministry University of Chicago Care2Prevent Youth Outlook

AIDS Legal Council of Chicago Catholic Charities of Chicago Children’s Place Association Chicago Women’s AIDS Project Christian Community Health Center Erie Family Health Center Heartland Health Outreach Howard Brown Health Center Open Door Clinic Near North Health Center Provident Hospital Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center Test Positive Aware Network

Case Management Providers Access Community Health Center Agape Missions, Inc. Alexian Brothers Housing and Health Alliance Asian Human Services Austin Health Center CALOR Catholic Charities Chicago House & Social Service Agency Chicago Women’s AIDS Project Children’s Place Association Christian Community Health Center Erie Family Health Center Fifth Street Renaissance Center Haymarket Center Healthcare Alternative Systems Heartland Health Outreach Howard Area Community Center Howard Brown Health Center Jackson County Health Department Lake County Health Department Men and Women in Prison Ministries Michael Reese Education and Research Foundation Mount Sinai Hospital

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Near North Health Center Open Door Clinic Project VIDA Provident Hospital Regional CARE Association Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center South Side Help Center South Suburban HIV/AIDS Regional Clinics Test Positive Aware Network Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities University of Chicago University of Chicago Children’s Hospital University of Illinois at Chicago Community Outreach Intervention Projects

Challenge Grant Recipients AIDS Legal Council of Chicago Alexian Brothers Housing and Health Alliance Chicago House and Social Service Agency Heartland Health Outreach New Age Services Corporation Open Door Clinic South Side Help Center Test Positive Aware Network The Night Ministry University of Illinois at Chicago, Community Outreach Intervention Project Young Women’s Empowerment Project


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PARTNERSHIPS housing Alexian Brothers Housing and Health Alliance Beacon Therapeutic Chicago House and Social Service Agency Christian Community Health Center Cook County Stroger Hospital Deborah’s Place Health & Disability Advocates Heartland Health Outreach Heartland Human Care Services Housing Opportunities for Women Howard Area Community Center Inspiration Corporation Interfaith House Mercy Housing Lakefront Mount Sinai Hospital Northside Housing & Supportive Services Pediatric AIDS Chicago Prevention Initiative Sarah’s Circle Test Positive Aware Network Thresholds

Insurance Enrollment Assistance Program AIDS Legal Council of Chicago Chicago House Howard Brown Health Center Thresholds

HIV Testing Brothers Health Collective Cook County Jail Howard Brown Health Center Making a Daily Effort

Service Providers Council, Executive Committee AIDS Legal Council of Chicago Alexian Brothers Housing and Health Alliance Asian Human Services Association for Latino Men in Action Austin Health Center CBC Initiative Catholic Charities of Lake County Chicago Center for AIDS Research Chicago House & Social Service Agency Christian Community Health Center Connect-to-Protect DuPage County Health Department Erie Family Health Center Faith United Methodist Church Haymarket Center Heartland Health Outreach, Vital Bridges Howard Brown Health Center Human Resources Development Institute, Inc. Illinois Department of Public Health Illinois Public Health Association Legal Assistance Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago Making a Daily Effort Michael Reese HIV/AIDS Program Midwest AIDS Training + Education Center Open Door Clinic Pediatric AIDS Chicago Prevention Initiative Rafael Center of Heartland Alliance Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center South Side Help Center Test Positive Aware Network

Sustainable Strategy Program Howard Brown Health Center Illinois Caucus for Adolescent Health Mount Sinai Hospital Project VIDA South Side Help Center


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OUR SUPPORTERS Thanks to supporters like you, hope continues. Founders’ Circle ($10,000+) Anonymous (4) Martin Cournane Lori and Steve Kaufman Lew and Laurie Leibowitz J. Ben Stringfellow President’s Circle ($5,000 to $9,999) Deborah S. Ashen and Cara Meiselman Anthony Bruck Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Delaney, Jr. Edward W. Diffin III and Jeff Savage-Diffin James Embrescia Susan N. Frank and Michael Frank John F. Gordon IV and Bill Salvato Eva M. Janzen Powell and Smith T. Powell IV Paul Ketz Paul A. Lutter Condon McGlothlen Michael T. McRaith Gary F. Metzner and Scott Johnson Dr. Charles R. Middleton and John S. Geary Brandon Neese and David Wick Howard A. Zaltzman Leadership Circle ($2,500 to $4,999) Anonymous (3) Craig C. Andree and Frank Quinn William Berger Paul W. Besch Jr. Michel P. Desjardins and Pierre Desy Patti Eylar and Charlie Gardner Cullen Ferguson

Dr. Martin J. Gorbien, M. D. Jeffrey J. Green Teddy Greene Nick Jankowski Thomas B. Manning Kevin C. McGirr David Ernesto Munar Robert H. Neubert and Barry Brunetti Dr. Gerard F. Notario Andre Rehkopf and Kevin M. Ciacco Mr. and Mrs. Morton I. Rosen Darrell R. Windle and Dave Samber Loyalty Circle ($1,000 to $2,499) Anonymous (14) Antonio Abrego Lane E. Alexander Victoria C. Alfafara and Angela I. Uribe Sandra J. Allen and S. James Perlow Jill L. Allread and Pamela Freese Ramya Amancharla Michael J. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Michael Anzaldi Kelly Arias Joanne P. and Joseph Armenio Griselda Ayala MaryJo Basler Sandra Bass H. Russell Bauer Peter B. Bensinger Michael Black and Anthony Guerrero Julie Brandt Frederic V. Buhrke and Jeff Sherman Michael Byrd Frank A. Cesario Jennifer Clark Chris Cooper

Daniel Cornejo Susan D. Craft Pamela L. Crutchfield Casey Dickinson Matthew Dixon Rev. Kevin L. Downer and Toby Bishop Jennifer K. Edgcomb Tim Edwards Lisa Fain William Farrand Thomas J. Feie Doug Ferguson Gregory J. Fine Craig R. Foley Ross Forman Christine Forster Brian D. Foy and Stacey Tappan Dr. Lee Francis and Dr. Michelle Gittler Mrs. Zollie S. Frank Ronald L. Fritz Gabriela Garcia David Gassman Ivo Geijsen Gary Gephart Matthew Gibbs Larry Giddings R. Scott Gill and Bill Stegeman Lisa Gold Daddono Brenda J. Golden Rick Gomez Floyd W. Green Marguerite De Lany Hark Dr. Dane Hassani Andrew W. Heitner Lisa Henry-Reid and Lamarr Reid Gaye L. Hill and Jeffrey A. Urbina David Hiller Benjamin Hladilek Joe Hollendoner Curt Hupe Abbas Hyderi, M.D. Neftali Ibarra, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Elan Jacoby

Thomas M. James Andrew Kanfer Julie Kaplan Tyrus L. Kaufman James P. Kelly J.P. Kelly and Marco Etzel Leslie J. Kenyon William L. Klatt and James M. McHugh Kevin M. Kleinwachter Frank W. Kocsovsky Joel E. Kulesa Kelly Laidler Caesar K. Lastimosa and Jennifer C. Cheng Anna C. Laubach Neal Lenhoff and Matt Kunkel Mr. and Mrs. Leon M. Levy Mr. and Mrs. Mark Light Leonardo Linian Joseph Linkous Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Lyman Mr. and Mrs. Ron Magers Michael J. Margelewski Stephanie Pace Marshall, Ph. D. and Robert D. Marshall Elizabeth Martin Robert F. Masuga April M. Meijer Pamela Meyer Maria Minor Saverio Mirarchi Mr. and Mrs. James J. Mitchell Bill Moman John Murrow Vincent R. Narea Ned F. Nasr and Evan Jenkins Scot T. O’Hara and Dale W. Boyer Karl F. Otto Jr. Andrew and Jane L. Palmen Susan M. Patchin Clark Pellett Alfredo A. Perez James C. Perry and Robert J. Horton


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Denise N. Pike Reverend Gabe Pitta Jeanie Pollack Edward J. Potocek Jacki Prevenas William Pry Dana Ragiel Kevin Ray Curtis Reed Jr. and Tora Rangert Charles H. and Barbara Reeder Michael Reimer Charles T. Richardson John F. Richardson Ernie Rodriguez Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S. Roffe Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Ross Marilyn A. Rothschild Susan B. Rubnitz and Dr. Myron Rubnitz Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Rubnitz Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Rusnak, Jr. Bettylu and Paul Saltzman Joseph Scheper Eric C. Schieber Joseph Schroeder and Allan Tenorio Brad A. Serot and Lexis Serot Daniel J. Shanahan Jeffrey and Carter Sharfstein Timothy C. Sherck Thomas G. Sinkovic Robert Six Chad Slaughter Elizabeth L. Snyder Dr. Tomas A. Soto and Dr. Frank LeFevre Mr. and Mrs. Laurence S. Spector Angela D. Spencer Dr. Dusan Stefoski and Craig Savage Sally J. Stresnak Matthew Toles J. Michael Trumbold Kentaro Tsuchiya Robin van Boxsel Ivan Vargas Dr. Stuart R. Verseman and James F. Collier Paul D. Waas Mr. and Mrs. Glen Weisberg Aaron J. Weiss Sean and Alice Wightman Clifton Wilkow Terri A. Williams and Timothy J. Drexler

Helen Wilson Cathy Yanda Donnie Young Advocates Circle ($500 to $999) Anonymous (14) Dr. James G. Adams Randall K. Albers Donna Allen William Ankenbrandt Kathleen Armstrong Ruth Armstrong Patrick Ashley Nathan J. Aslinger Arinne Averbach Amy Avila Todd Baisch Jennifer Urban Baker and Thomas G. Baker Anna Baluyot Ericka Baran Jeff Barbera Richard P. Barker Dr. Traci Beck John Becvar Karlyn H. Bell Jim Bennett and Terry Vanden Hoek Laura Benoit Chris and Karen Biesack Susan Body Adam M. Bogucki Lynn Bolanowski Tev Bond Jeffrey M. Boulanger and Heather Boulanger Bruce Braun Rhonda and Johnathon Briggs David Brown Teresa Brunick Gerald E. Buldak Harvey J. Burstein Thomas R. Butler Peter J. Butler Sunny Byers Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cantlin Susan Carlins Harry Carpenter Mary M. Carrow Edward Charles Kathleen Cheevers Bechara Choucair Martin Christian William Clark Greg Cline Chris A. Coleman and

Matthew A. Turner Shirley M. Combes Ronald C. Conner Jordan Conover Professor Daniel T. Coyne Kolyan DasGupta Andrew Davidson Jerry L. P. Deese Maria M. Del Milagro Paris Joseph G. Della Monica Larry Deutsch Brian Dibblee Lance Dibblee Joseph and Catalina DiMelis Sabrina Downard Jim Du Bois Marvin R. Dunbar Katie Dusett Dr. Steven B. Edelstein Tim Egan III Mr. and Mrs. Cody Engle Lola J. Fahler Mike Farrior Steven Fifield Andrii Fil Devin Files Gregory F. Fine Kieran Fitzgerald Frances McCaughan and Nessan Fitzmaurice Robert Flaxman Jon Foley C. Dan Foote Timothy Fortes Paula Foster Mr. and Mrs. Keith Frank Katie Freeman Dr. Terri Friel Ellen K. Fulton Mark Furlong Frances F. Gecker Dr. William Gerardi Sasha Gerritson Peter Gibbons Dawn Glenn Mr. and Mrs. Fred O. Goldman Mr. and Mrs. Phillip C. Goldstick Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Gomez Paul C. Gotskind Christopher Green Pam M. Green Stella H. Green Rosemary Gross Norah Guequierre Gregory A. Gulik Kate Hamilton Marty Hansen

Barbara A. Harpold Jacquelyn C. Haynes and Robert E. Smyer Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Heidkamp Brianna L. Hirsch Dr. Grayson N. Holmbeck and Dr. Anne Updegrove Mr. and Mrs. William L. Hood Jr. Miriam U. Hoover Harry I. Hunter Dan Hupe Joe Ibatuan Susan M. Illing Mark S. Ishaug and Micah Krohn Linda P. Iwinski Kevin Jack and Jim Pickett Arthur L. Johnston and Pepe Pena David M. Jones Christopher J. Jowett Lamya A. Kamel Dr. David A. Katz and Eileen C. Katman Rebecca Kell Chester Kelly Jeanne Kelso Kim Kernodle Lisa M. Key Paul M. Kilian Dr. Dries L. Kimpe Kathryn R. King Polly Kintzel Don Kleinmuntz Ronald R. Klimek David Koehlinger Darrin W. Kolbet and Timothy R. Marlow Helena Koo Prieto Mr. and Mrs. Alan Koppel Veena Korah Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G. Kramer Jenny Kranc Emily Kutchins Grant Kvalheim Marvin L. Lader Chris Landa Admiral Coleman Lannum Daniel D. Lantvit Anne Lehocky Colm Leon Michael A. Leppen Garn Lertburapa Mr. and Mrs. John G. Levi Andrew Levin Alfred R. Lipton and Kathleen Roseborough


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Marilyn Loesberg Natalie Lopez George B. Lopez Yossi Lopez-Hineynu and James Lopez Charles R. Lorenz Kelli Low Paul Lowry Neil Mack Robert Madeja Dr. Robert Maganini Dan C. Maloney William Marsland Tracy A. Martorello Victor Mason Natasha Matusova Sean McConnell Eric McKeeby Charles P. McLimans and Dr. Richard Merrion Bill Melamed and Jamey Lundblad Carlene Merold Tobias Meyer Patrick Meyers Richard A. Miles Clark Miller Kate Mitchell Steve Monaghan Karina Monterroza Charles Morris Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Moser Brian Murphy Craig A. Nadborne Dr. Carol A. Olson and Dr. Larry W. Hancock Greg Orbin Jenifer Ostrom Cathal O’Sullivan Gilles Ouellette Philip Palmer Patricia Parchem and Candace Zimmerman Lucinda Parkhurst Jorge Partida Karen G. Patinkin and Peter Landon Ian Pelham John J. Peller and David Jablonowski Mary Pendergast Alexander C. Perez Vicki Parr Perkins James D. Petzing Michael A. Phillips Natalia Pi Dr. Isaac Pierre

Jonathan Pizer and Bradley Lippitz Elizabeth Podczerwinski Frank Porcelli Joshua Potter Ari Pribadi E. R. Primm Yvette Pryor Keith Pulford Linda Quinde Stephen J. Raftery and Hal Stratton Keri L. Rainsberger Dr. Hilda Richards Michael Richman and Harrison Parker Andrew Riplinger Will Ritter Lauren Robishaw Richard L. Rodes Eve R. Rogers Norma Rolfsen Eliza Rosado Alex Rosenberg Robert A. Roth Michael Rousek Stephen Roy and Lloyd L. Kohler Judy A. Saslow Wilson Scanlan Katie A. Schmid John Schmidt Mia Scholz Tony J. Scozzari, Jr. Lawrence Seeger Harry Seigle Dr. Daniel Sentero Mr. and Mrs. Adam Shafer David S. Shaw Dr. and Mrs. Renslow D. Sherer Jr. Richard H. Shoemaker Paul L. Shoun Rose L. Shure Reverend Stan J. Sloan Chester Slonina Dr. Ross Slotten Dr. Susan H. Socher Thomas A. Sondergeld Luis Soria Kelly Southard Rebecca Spann Jennifer Spinner Nathan Stalter Anne E. Statton Joseph P. Stokes, Ph.D. John B. Stoltz

Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Stone David Stookey II Jon Stryker Sarah Sunday William Supan Nicholas Tannura Dr. William T. Tedford Edward Trafford Daniel Trieschmann and Janet Trieschmann Mr. and Mrs. Allen M. Turner Richard Uyvari Scott D. Vandermyde Ernest Vasseur Mary Jo Vollrath Diane Vuocolo Natalie A. Ward Mark Wattley Mara Weisbach Paul Whitson Arnold Wolff Richard Zepeda Paul Zurowski and Bill Hiscott Allies Circle ($250 to $499) Anonymous (31) Douglas Abraham Tim Abrahamsen and Craig Brookwell Michael L. Abrams Xochitl Acebedo Michael Albert Duke Alden John A. Allen Michael Allen Robert E. Alletto John M. Alongi Manolis Alpogianis Scott Ammarell Pamela M. Anderson Geoffrey A. Anderson Mark Andrews Chukwuma Anyaoku Todd Applebaum L. Anthony A. Aranda Adolfo E. Argaez Shanita Auxila Eric Bacolas and Michael Bonomo Austin G. Baidas Christine H. Bakalar Levell R. Baker Maurice A. Ball Alishja A. Ballard and Melissa Maclay Amy Barrow

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Sandra Barry David Bartnick and Jack Hazard Cameron Basden Patricia Bass Sandra Bast James P. Bastable David Baumgartner Bill Beach Kenneth Beal Curt G. Behnke Anthony Bellon Veronique Bendien Lynne Benton Mark Bereyso and Leslie R. Ventsch Carolynne Bernard Dr. Carolyn Berry Thomas M. Betlej William Bettencourt Darlene Betts Andrea Biderman Robert U. Bill and Ann O. Bill Kevin D. Billingslea Paul Birardi Caitlin Body Marcia Bogolub and Phil Kaplan Caroline Bone Robert Borms John Bourgeois Kellye Bowers Paul W. Boyd Jennifer Bozarth Kent E. Bracken and Daniel Diem Marian Bradshaw Marcus Brady Catherine A. Brennan Jenna Bressel James Brewster Jean Broom Marty Brown Lester Brown James Brown Lauren Brown and Steven Borkan Lester Brown Kelly Brunick William F. Buchman Roman Buenrostro Philip P. Burgess Kari Burnett Beth A. Burns Marc Busboom Bryan Bussan Lisa Button Brent Caburnay


20 | AIDS FOUNDATION OF CHICAGO Evette M. Cardona Mirna Cardona Michael Carelly James L. Carter and James Schmettzer Dr. Craig Carthel Mr. and Mrs. James Carton David R. Casper Joseph D. Cassidy and Margaret L. Cassidy Theodore Castanes Willie Cervantes Dr. Pablo Chagoya Brad Chapin Heather Charles Candace J. Chesler Gina Christophe Maria Christus Robert T. Cichocki and John Schussler Shannon Clark Mark W. Clays Tammy Coffman Barney Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Adam R. Cohn Dennis D. Cole Karen Coleman Jeremiah Collatz Marge Collens Shirley Z. Collins Truman Combes Brent B. Cooper Vanessa Copans Michelle K. Coppedge Michael E. Corbin Dean C. Corrin Isiaah Crawford, Ph. D. and Kent A. Korneisel, O.D. Jeanne Curran Gregory Dado Anthony D. D’Amato Geoffrey Dankert Nicholas Darrow P. Darrow David De Lott Oscar Deagueros Joe DeCock Paul Delort Robert Demos Gordon R. Denboer Chuck Dennis Bertha DePriest Dr. Richard Desecki Marianne Deson Duane DesParte Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dibblee Lawrence T. Dinaso

Paul S. Djuricich Marcus A. Dodd, C.P.A., C.F.E. Buck Dodson Professor Jeffrey Dolle David Donahue Paul Dooley Jim Doust Beth Drinan Mark A. DuPont Clyde Ebanks Glenn Edgerton Richard P. Ellis J. E. Encarnacion Marc Engel Vincent England G. A. Espinosa Allan Evans Toby T. Eveland Louise Evins Jerrold J. Ezgur Bryon Farmer Erin Fauber Tim Fields Evelyn Figueroa Aldo Filippelli Joe Fillicette Robert J. Fisher Karen Fishman and Anne Ladky Neal Fitzgerald Daniel P. Fitzgerald David Flores Maria T. Flores Kerry Flory Stacey Foran Joseph R. Forbes Robert B. Fordham Douglas M. Foster Jeff B. Franzen Neal K. French, M. D. Douglas B. Frew Michelle L. Fried and Melissa Roderick Jennifer Friedes Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Friedman Linda J. Fudacz Serge Gagnon Victoria Gallegos John Hennelly and Neha Gandhi Dr. Grady L. Garner Jr. Charles H. Garrido Jr. Mark Garvey Susan T. Gayford Richard J. Geddes Lori E. Gersten Tommye Giacchino Patricia F. Gilmartin

Edward Gilpin Dennis Gleason Tia Go Michael W. Goettsch Ethel Gofen and Bill Gofen Stuart N. Goodman Nicole Gottleib David R. Granger Courtney S. Gray Ryan Green Dr. Maya Green Christopher Greene Dr. Stuart Greenfield and David Grout Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Greening Catherine Gregory Eugene Gribelsky Terry Griffith Margaret E. Grinnell Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Gronek Dolores Guerrero Spencer J. Gunkel Delph Gustitus Peter Hall Shawn Hannan Kevin Hansen Richard Hanviriyapunt Scott Harding Andrew J. Hargitt Gary W. Harper, Ph.D. Joette D. Harrington Dr. Todd Harris Brenda J. Harris Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Harris Barry Hart Thomas B. Hart Jill B. Hartman Lee Hatcher Kevin Hauswirth Samuel Hauter Robbert Heederik Michael E. Heider James Henderson Joseph M. Hernandez Eric Herrera Barbara S. Herst Nancy R. Hessler Margaret R. Heywood Jennifer Hilger Mary Hill Gregory L. Hillhouse James Hirsch Stephen Hnatow Kevin J. Hochberg Dr. Timothy Hoellein Harry Hollendoner Ryan Hopper

Tracy M. Hough Scott G. Hughes Lloyd Hupe Mr. and Mrs. Ashfaq Hussian James A. Huttenhower Romain Ichbiah Mary K. Ingram Tiffany Irving Matthew Ishu Katy M. Jablonowski Michael Jarecki Michael Jerrett David G. Johnson Dr. John Johnson Karen E. Johnson Geraldine Jones Douglas Joyce Jr. Kathleen G. Kallan Karen J. Kalliel Mr. and Mrs. Allen Kaplan Barry Kaplan and Sherry Kaplan Deborah Kapp William F. Karnoscak Thomas Karr Kasia Kay Dr. Nicole Kazee Bob Kelley Mary L. Kennedy Dr. Diana Kerwin Sunny Khiani Jennifer Kimmel Marie C. King Kenneth Kinsley Debbi Klein Randolph T. Kohler Libby Komaiko Dr. Steven Kooperman Betsy Kopczynski Danny S. Kopelson Mr. and Mrs. Alan E. Koppel Justin Kruse Veronika Kudina Rick Kuehl Lawrence Kuhn James Kulekowskis, Jr. JoAnn Kunkel Jon Kutemeier William D. Lachman Mitchell S. Laks Barbara Lammey Bond T. Lammey Robert Landa Leonard Landa Rev. Frances Landfear Nicholas Lane Aimee Lang


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John Larsen Andrew Larsen John J. Latino Aaron L. Lawlor Doughton Lawrence Marcia E. Lazar and Alan O. Amos Christopher G. Lea Gordon Leav Gregor Leckie Dr. Matthew Lee Kevin Lefurge Colm F. Leon Nancy R. Levi Sean Lewis Mark Liberson Ken Lieberman Brian C. Lighty Bruno P. Lima John Litchfield Nick Lo Bue Leander Londres Katie Lustig Scott Lynch John R. Mach John Maciejewski Rosaleen Mahon Cori A. Malone and Michael Marin Nem Marjanovic T. Todd Masman Dr. Philip E. McAndrew Juan McBane George McCabe Chase McCann Carole McCluskey Adrienne McCoy Thomas F. McDevitt, Jr. Michael McFadden Suzanne McGivney Thomas McGrath Dr. Milena McLaughlin Gina McLean Peter McLoyd James P. McNamara Jeanine S. McShea Michael Meadows Tom Menard Veronica Mendez Anthony S. Mendiola Dr. Ricardo Y. Mendoza Gina Metelica Brian Metzger Kay L. Meyers Dan Michelson James Miedema Aaron Miller

Marcus C. Miller Scott C. Miller Patricia Miller Robert Modest Ginny Moffat Gavin J. Molloy Amy Moncher Gene Moreno Andrew Mores Richard Morey and Gene E. Morey Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morreale Gerald Morrow Gail H. Morse and Lauren Verdich Rhylea Mortensen Eric Mullendore Michael Mundo Dorothy J. Murphy Scott A. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Brian Murphy Jeff Muse Daniel Nack Joanna Naftali Kevin Nash Delon Nelson Patricia B. Newell Damon Newman Jennifer Newport Corinne Nicolas Ingrid M. Nielsen Ansel G. Nisbeth and Dorothy W. Nisbeth John D. Nordwall Jr. Darci O’Connell Timothy O’Hare and Brent Ochs Ken O’Keefe Katherine Osediacz Luke A. Palese David Parchem David Parker Dr. Gail Patrick Mark W. Penn Edward Perry Jim E. Perry Marc Pershin James Petrizzo William G. Petty Jr. Nhung Pham Glen Pietrandoni John Pintozzi Geraldine K. Piorkowski, Ph.D. James C. Pioth James Pippen Adisak Pochanayon Audrey Polite Benjamin B. Polk

Camilla Pollock-Flynn Maya Polsky William V. Porter Cheryl A. Potts Renee Prescan Mr. and Mrs. Dennis B. Propp Reverend Mark Pytel Mary Quincannon Jennifer Quinn Broda Janet E. Rassenfoss and Alan R. Swanson Mr. and Mrs. David Ratowitz Phillip Ravid Colette Reddy Dr. Srinivas Reddy Erica P. Regunberg Karen Reitan Susan Richards Dean Richards Dr. DeJuran Richardson, Ph. D. Harriet and Robert Richman Leonetta Rizzi Phillip Roark Michael Robillard Samantha Rodger Eloy Rodriguez II David M. Roesler Mr. and Mrs. Ron Rohde Michael V. Roman and Gary Paaren Anne Rose Greg Rose Timothy Rosenzweig Dr. Joseph Rosman and Nancy Pearlstein-Rosman Renee Roux David Rubedor and Byron Bradley Vanessa Ruble David Rubman April Ruffolo Robert Rupp Mr. and Mrs. William Ruppert Sarah Russe William H. Russell Richard L. Ruzicka Jr. Faye Ryan Patrick Ryan Rickie Ryan Sandy E. Sanchez Ana Maria Sandoval Lisa Sandquist Jerry Sanfilippo and Spyros J. Petros Tim J. Sanker Kevin Sass Suzanne Savage

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Mary C. Sawa William Scanlan Janet Schiff Patricia A. Schmidt Leon Schnayer Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Schreck Jeffrey Schroeder Alan Schubert Ashley Schwedt Michael Scoby Ronnie Scott Julie Selakovich Mr. and Mrs. Jerrold K. Senser Roger Serrano Jay Sharma R. Brett Shaw Robert Sheehan Tim Sheehan Julie Shelton Rick Sherwood and Dan Maloney Debra E. Shore Beverley Sibblies David G. Simmons Sondra D. Simmons Ann Sinclair Brooke Skinner Hillary Johnson, M. D. Suzanne T. Smart Tammy M. Smith Kevin C. Smith Daryl K. Sneed Janet I. Sorensen Wesley Southall Virginia Soybel Matthew Staman Michelle E. Staudt Karen Stefani Judith E. Stein Susan Stein Daniel Stelter Justin Stepek Cindy L. Stern G B. Sterrenberg Cheryl Stovall Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Strack Richard P. Stuckey Dr. Mark Supino Howard S. Suskin Dr. Laurent Tao Adam Taylor Joseph Teller Suzelle Tempero Rich Thies Trevor Thomas Gregory Thome Jr Stacey S. Thompson


22 | AIDS FOUNDATION OF CHICAGO Anne Tomlin Ted A. Torres Molly Towns Mr. and Mrs. Peter Tran Matthew Trauner Terry Trauner Brian Treglown and Carl Smith Dana Shepard Treister William D. Trude Cynthia J. Tucker Sean T. Turner Richard B. Turner and Christopher Vaughn Jeremy Tworek Monika A. Tyrichtrova Margaret R. Unger Sandra Valenzuela Bob Van Riemsdyk Muriel L. Vandenoever Patrick J. Vezino Amber Waggoner Leslie A. Wainwright Joseph Walker Robyn Wall Andrew Walsh Corbin Wareham Christopher Warmanen Gail Warner Lemont Watson Dr. Jeffrey D. Watts David A. Weber Emily Webster Roger A. Wedig Keith Weiler and Colleen Weiler Elliot S. Weisenberg, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Welch Sister Monica Wesevich Mr. and Mrs. Peter White James Wiard Jodi Wickersheimer Don T. Wiener Katherine E. Willhoite Gregory L. Williams Marcus Wilson Will Wilson Dr. Harvey Wolf Matthew D. Wolff David E. Woolwine Dana Wright Thomas R. and Mary M. Wright David Wuenschell Jim York Yoram Zats Christopher F. Zerbst Tom Zurowski Sally Zweig

AIDS RUN & Walk chicago super striders George Alicea Erica Bertrand Karen Brown Shirley Combes Martin Cournane Thomas Deem Toby Eveland Mary Beth Fisher Erik Friend David Granger Marty Hansen Neil Jones Jason Karel Ryan Kolodziej Anna Laubach Chris Laubach Andrew Machado Andrew Martin Eric McKeeby Milena McLaughlin Michael Mcmillen Tim Meehan Scott Miller Lisa Munzenrider Karen Osborne Brayden Portillo Armando Ramirez James Rohrbacher Patrick Rodgers Rickie Ryan Bradley Setter Billie Smith Molly Stewart Greg Thomas Karen Trimuel Jessica Villalobos Denise Zavala

Monthly Donors Michael Albert Richard B. Albright Victoria C. Alfafara and Angela I. Uribe Robert E. Alletto Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson Duane E. Barnes John Becvar Thomas M. Betlej Bruce M. Broerman Scott Y. Brown William F. Buchman Debbie M. Cohen Denise K. Copening Michael E. Corbin

Martin Cournane Kurt E. Dahl and Jeff F. Clark Ed Davids Bertha DePriest Edward W. Diffin III and Jeff Savage-Diffin Elaine L. Disch Jim Doust Mark A. DuPont Ralph B. Fisher Brian V. Fletcher Terri Gendel Michael W. Goettsch Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Greening Norah Guequierre Kevin Hansen James A. Harbaugh Jacquelyn C. Haynes and Robert E. Smyer Michael E. Heider David Jablonowski and John J. Peller Robert C. Johnson Annie E. Johnson Regina Kaufmann Dr. Nicole Kazee Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Kohrman Lesley C. Kordecki Pamela S. Lannert Arthur E. Leckner Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Lopeman Corinne M. Lyon Margaret A. Matyaszek Guy M. Maurer Sarah C. Maza Kevin R. McKelvie Charles P. McLimans and Dr. Richard Merrion Richard A. Miles Stuart W. Miller Helen T. Moag Mary R. Mucci Craig A. Nadborne Rita Nessman Robert H. Neubert and Barry Brunetti Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nichols, Jr. Ingrid M. Nielsen Steve Pals Karen Petersen James D. Petzing Deborah W. Price E. R. Primm Mark E. Radcliff Erica P. Regunberg

Stephen Roy and Lloyd L. Kohler George G. Ryba Deborah J. Sandroff John H. Shindler Bette H. Sikes Kenneth Smith Rick Solis and Bruce G. Wilson-Solis Ginny B. Sykes Nancy T. Trimble Muriel L. Vandenoever J. Richard West Mr. and Mrs. Peter White Katherine E. Willhoite Matthew P. Wukitsch

corporations and foundations ($1,000+) A&U Magazine Abbott AbbVie Absolut Vodka Aetna Better Health AIDS United Alere North America, Inc. Aligned Modern Health Alphawood Foundation Allstate Company American Airlines Baker & McKenzie, LLP Bank of America Foundation Barry-Callebaut Chocolate Bell Litho Printing BestGayChicago.com Blommer Chocolate Company Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois BMO Harris Bank The Braeside Foundation Bristol-Myers Squibb Company Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, Inc. CB Richard Ellis The Chicago Community Trust Chicago Department of Public Health Chicago Magazine ChicagoPride.com Clear Channel The Comer Foundation Fund Crown Family Philanthropies Digitas DLA Piper Global Law Firm Dominick’s The Elizabeth Morse Charitable Trust


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Enivar Charitable Fund Entertainment AIDS Alliance Exelon Corp. The Field Foundation of Illinois First Light Group LLC Fitness Formula Clubs Fleet Feet Sports Chicago The Franklin Philanthropic Foundation Galleria Marchetti Gap Inc. The Gibbs Family Foundation Gilead Foundation Gilead Sciences GRAB Magazine John Gress Photography Hilton Chicago Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP Illinicare Illinois Department of Public Health Illinois Lottery Illinois Tool Works Foundation Janssen Therapeutics John Gress Photography JP Morgan Chase Kehoe Designs Kipper Family Foundation Lehman-Stamm Family Fund Levi Strauss Foundation M•A•C AIDS Fund

McDonald’s Marathon Sportswear Merck & Co., Inc. Merck Pharmaceuticals Merrill Lynch Metzner Family Foundation Michael Reese Health Trust Miller Coors Neuberger Berman Northern Trust Charitable Trust Northwest Speech and Hearing Center, Ltd. Northwestern Memorial Hospital Orbitz Our Community Insurance Consultants Inc. Paterno Group The Peninsula Chicago Peoples Gas PepsiCo The Perlstein Foundation Pierce Family Charitable Foundation PNC Bank Polk Bros. Foundation Pritzker Traubert Family Public Communications Inc. Publicis Groupe - Egalite Foundation Ravenswood Health Care

Foundation The Reichert Foundation Robert R. McCormick Foundation Roscoe’s Tavern Merck Pharmaceuticals SEIU Healthcare Illinois Inc. Seyfarth Shaw LLP Sidetrack Chicago The Siragusa Foundation SPEX Chicago SPLASH Magazine Starbucks United Way of Metropolitan Chicago US Foods Urban Oasis Van Gogh Vodka ViiV Healthcare Walgreens Ward C. Rogers Foundation Inc. WGN-TV Windy City Media Group

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Robert Nordan Neil Pomerenke* Joel Siegel* Joseph Stokes Priscilla Jayne Valdez* *Deceased

sable sherer legacy society Toby Eveland Mary Finn* Lori Kaufman Paul Ketz Robert Neubert

The AFC Annual Giving Circle lists are for our “2013 circles,” which reflect all gifts made from January-December 2012. The 2014 Annual Giving Circles will be announced shortly and listed in next year’s report. All other lists (corporations/foundations, monthly donors, etc.) are for giving in calendar year 2013.

Sable Sherer Legacy Society

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he Sable Sherer Legacy Society is named after Dr. Renslow Sherer and the late Dr. Ron Sable, two founding Board members of AFC, and recognizes individuals who have included AFC in their wills.

Together, Sable and Sherer stood at the forefront of health and gay-rights activism. “Ron Sable worked to fight stigma and discrimination against people living with HIV disease, and to ensure equal access to high quality primary health care for all people,” Sherer said. “I am honored to join my life-long friend and colleague as the namesakes for the new AFC Legacy Society.” For more information, please visit aidschicago.org/legacy or call (312) 334-0917.


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200 W. Jackson Blvd. Suite 2200 Chicago, IL 60606

P. (312) 922-2322 F. (312) 922-2916 aidschicago.org

Dance for Life Saturday, August 16

2013 AIDS Foundation of Chicago Annual Report