ASA Community Impact Report 2018
FINANCIALS REVENUE Federal Grants Other Government Grants Individual Donations and Private Grants Special Events Other Revenue TOTAL EXPENSES Programs Direct Services Case Management Health Promotion Oral Health Medical Supporting Development Management and General TOTAL
FY 2015-FY 2018 $14,223,737 $3,959,740 $7,151,743 $2,703,733 $600,712 $28,639,665
$5,803,108 $5,821,292 $4,593,719 $6,422,488 $471,917 $2,219,095 $2,835,680 $28,167,299
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2018 PROGRAM EXPENDITURES Development Management and General Medical
Health Promotion Direct Services
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PrEP & PEP Services
Financial 2 Letter from Leadership 4 - 5 Moody Medical Clinic 6 - 7
Medical Nutrition Therapy
Housing Assistance Food Bank
HIV & Primary Care
Health Promotion 8 - 9 Oral Health 10 Housing Assistance 12
Condom Distribution Network
Access Services 11
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Food Bank 13 Volunteers & CAALP 14 Octupus Club 15
Early Intervention Services
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Events 16 Supporters 17-20
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GETTING TO ZERO TOGETHER
In 2018 AIDS Services of Austin (ASA) and our community partners began taking steps to zero new HIV cases in Austin, an ambitious but achievable goal. We implemented innovative solutions to common barriers Central Texans face in accessing HIV related care and support. With the opening of ASA’s Moody Medical Clinic, we delivered on our plans to expand access to medical care for people impacted by HIV. We expanded our reach and launched housing assistance and mental health services to individuals at high risk of contracting HIV. We refocused and rebranded our prevention efforts, moving “Health Promotion” into east Austin to better serve traditionally marginalized communities. Every decision and expansion we made was focused on helping more people access quality care, promoting sexual wellness, and reducing HIV transmissions.
ASA’s Moody Medical Clinic allows us to fully integrate life-affirming medical care with existing support services to provide a patient-centered environment that addresses any and all barriers to care. In addition to HIV and primary care, the clinic offers same-day PrEP and PEP prescriptions, pharmacy referrals, HIV/STI testing and treatment, and behavioral health services. Moving our Health Promotion team into east Austin allowed us to locate prevention services at the intersection of two of Austin’s highest-risk zip codes for HIV infections, and to better reach communities of color, especially Latinx individuals. Having identified transportation as a significant barrier to accessing care, we are continuing to reposition or mobilize services to meet those in need exactly where they are located in the community. The Q Austin not only moved east with Health Promotion, but launched “La Q,” a completely Spanish language version of The Q,
to remove the language barrier of monolingual Spanish speakers. These physical and programmatic shifts mean ASA’s free testing services, condom distribution network, early intervention services, and multiple community support groups are more accessible than ever before. Both the opening of our Moody Medical Clinic and the move into east Austin reflects ASA’s commitment to our new Fast-Track City goals of more people knowing their status, receiving timely access to care, and sustained treatment.
ASA also joined local stakeholders, politicians, and public officials (Austin Mayor Steve Adler, and Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt) in committing to the Paris Declaration to end the AIDS epidemic. By signing the declaration and becoming a “Fast-Track City,” Austin joins other world class US communities like
Our life-affirming and truly comprehensive approach to care is what makes ASA so unique. The unparalleled passion and dedication of our staff and supporters, like you, is what makes ASA so impactful. In combination, they are what makes ASA a leader in improving our community’s health. Thank you for supporting AIDS Services of Austin and thank you for investing in taking steps to zero new HIV infections! We will get to zero together!
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ASA is fully committed and actively investing in the Fast-Track City goals with staff engaged at every stage of the planning and implementation processes. ASA is achieving these goals through innovative solutions that build overall health in our community and optimize
Helping people like John overcome barriers to care has always been and will remain at the heart of our work. We have expanded our continuum of care to optimize the health outcomes of people impacted by HIV. We have adapted to the shifting landscape and emerging trends of HIV care. We work every day to end stigma and discrimination that still acts as a barrier to care for far too many. And we continue to build upon our 32 years of success to ensure that in the decade
ahead we truly and finally end the HIV epidemic.
Chicago, New York City, and San Francisco at the forefront of ending the epidemic. The signing marks ASA’s commitment to helping our community achieve 90/90/90 goals: 90% of people who are positive knowing their status, 90% of those who know their status receiving sustained medical care, and 90% of those in medical care achieving viral suppression. By adopting these ambitious (yet achievable) goals and strategies, we are on the path to zero new HIV cases in Central Texas.
health outcomes for people impacted by HIV like “John.” He tested positive with our testing team on a Thursday evening and was linked into care at the ASA Moody Medical Clinic the very next day for an appointment with Dr. Wright. “John” had completed his first doctor’s office visit and left with a prescription for life-saving medication - all within 24 hours! He told us that the support he received from ASA took a lot of fear out of a situation that could have been terrifying.
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ASA’s Moody Medical Clinic opened September of 2018. A pivotal piece of our life-affirming care model, the clinic is fully integrated into ASA’s existing services providing comprehensive care for people affected by HIV. The ASA Moody Medical Clinic serves as an entry point for new patients to access medical care as well as an access point for all of ASA’s existing support services.
Within its first three months of services, our medical team offered life-affirming and comprehensive HIV and primary care to 128 patients, saw 40 PrEP patients, and began our behavioral health program. Offering timely access to medical care for people impacted by HIV was a core motivation for opening the clinic. We are proud to report that we are providing appointments within 24-72 hours for newly diagnosed persons.
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The clinic has been so successful that clients that have moved out of Austin still seek care with the ASA Moody Medical Clinic. Michael began as a PrEP patient with ASA last year before relocating to Dallas for his job. He was so thrilled with the care he received that he still makes the three hour drive to Austin every few months to continue his care with ASA.
ASA MOODY MEDICAL CLINIC
We are so grateful for the incredible community support that made this clinic possible. Special thanks to Ross Moody and the Moody Foundation for their generous support. The ASA Moody Medical Clinic would not be possible without their incredible investment in our work.
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We are proud to have dedicated our clinic lobby in honor of the late Stephen Rice. Stephen was an incredible advocate and generous, energetic contributor to ASA and the Central Texas Community. The time and energy Stephen invested in building awareness and raising funds for the programs and services of ASA has created healthier lives for thousands of Central Texans living with HIV.
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Health Promotion is the new prevention! In 2018, ASA’s prevention efforts rebranded as Health Promotion to better reflect the true scope of their work (prevention, education, linkage to care, and empowerment). The rebranding coincided with the department’s relocation to Springdale Road and Airport Blvd in East Austin to better serve traditionally marginalized and disproportionately impacted communities; specifically Latinx and African-American Central Texans. ASA’s Health Promotion (HP) programs and services provided care to 7,747 people last year. This includes individuals served by HP’s testing team, Condom Distribution Network, Early Intervention Services, Women Rising Project, Healthy Relationships Program, The Q Austin and its new sister program for monolingual Spanish speakers, La Q. In 2018 ASA’s Health Promotion team provided 3,052 free HIV tests and distributed 403,661 free condoms! ETHNICITY
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The Q Austin continues to innovate and adapt to eliminate barriers to care and meet community needs for programing that is inclusive and accessible. In addition to moving east, the Q Austin expanded its language accessibility and audience focus to include more Latinx, transgender, and non-binary people. Programming like La Q Austin specifically aims to expand access to bilingual and monolingual Spanish speakers with the same nationally recognized programming offered by The Q. HP also partnered with Ride Share Austin to offer free rides that ensure transportation is never a barrier to clients accessing ASA services. be
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ASA is committed to reaching clients where they are by reducing transportation and language barriers to services. This allows us to reach a broader audience that has traditionally been underserved and often late to testing and treatment.
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“When I called ASA, it was like right away! They jump started everything.” When Dominic reached out to ASA, staff immediately linked him to the services he needed at the Jack Sansing Dental Clinic (JSDC). Last year, The Jack Sansing Dental Clinic served 1,168 individuals in need like Dominic, providing 5,297 units of service such as oral health screenings, routine cleanings, cavity fills, and emergency surgeries. AS A C
As part of ASA’s integrated care, staff at the JSDC helped Dominic not only focus on his oral health, they also linked him into ASA’s Food Bank so he could access healthy foods and receive tailored nutritional counseling to help him maintain a better diet. “Everybody was so helpful, so positive, and so nice. They didn’t talk down to [me] or make me feel like I was a low-life person because I needed help…There are people at ASA willing to help you, so you don’t JACK SANSING DENTAL CLINIC have to do this alone!” ACTIVELY LINKS PATIENTS TO -DOMINIC
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ASA’s Access Services department, supported 1,255 individuals in accessing care in 2018. Services such as Case Management (medical and non-medical), Health Insurance Assistance, Medical Social Work, and Eligibility and Intake helped people navigate their care and improve their overall health literacy to maximize their health outcomes. Providing life-affirming support, services, and referrals to individuals just like John (pictured left with Early Intervention Specialist, Gemma Goodson) is critical at keeping people engaged in care and helping them reclaim their health.
When asked about his experience with ASA’s integrated care, John says, “Next thing I knew I was going to see the dentist, going to get my eyes checked, going back to the doctor, and my health has improved tremendously since! It’s like I’m the only one they take care of. Case Management has been with me every step of the way.”
When John first connected with our Health Promotion Team he was immediately linked into ASA’s Case Management Program, Jack Sansing Dental Clinic, Helping Hands Food Bank, Housing Assistance, and Health Promotion’s Healthy Relationships Course. As part of Project iCare, Gemma even transported John to an eye doctor and then picked up and dropped off his new glasses.
Our Health Insurance Assistance (HIA) team assisted 111 clients with covering insurance premium costs and 47 clients with copays, coinsurance, and deductibles. One of these clients is KK, who has been in the HIA program since 2017. KK and her mother were struggling with insurance needs when they first came to ASA. KK had just started college, and was newly diagnosed HIV-positive. Her mom was deeply worried that she needed to obtain insurance for her daughter, and was unable to afford the cost of high monthly premiums and medication. With the help of HIA staff, KK was able to apply for insurance through her college, and get assistance with paying for insurance premiums. Both KK and her mom went from a state of stress and worry to gratitude and joy. KK is thriving in school, and happy she’s able to focus more on her studies, and worry less about accessing life-saving care and medications.
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In 2018, and for their first time ever, ASA was able to assist HIV-negative individuals who were at high risk of contracting HIV with housing assistance . By helping those at risk access stable and secure housing they are able to better adhere to prevention strategies, sexual wellness, and remain HIV-negative. HIV negative clients are referred to the ASA Moody Medical Clinic for access to PrEP, and into the care of our Health Promotion services like The Q Austin, Healthy Relationships Program, and the Condom Distribution Network.
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$943,775 total in housing assistance to clients in 2018.
ASA offers short-term and extended housing assistance options to clients facing housing instability or homelessness. We recognize that if someone does not have a safe place to rest and call their own, then focusing on their health and well-being is difficult, if not impossible. Housing assistance is critical to providing our clients with the stability to showing up to all their doctor appointments, taking medications as prescribed, and focusing on long-term health outcomes.
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Ana was first seen in the ASA Moody Medical Clinic mid-December 2018. She had arrived in Austin after walking across the border from Tampico, Mexico with the promise of a housekeeping job. Ana sustained rashes and wounds on her feet and shins as a result of the journey, and lost the housekeeping position shortly after arriving in town. This left her without an income to purchase groceries or her life-saving HIV medications. As a monolingual Spanish speaker, navigating the landscape of medical care and local resources was daunting. Ana’s viral load was previously undetectable in Mexico, but since arriving in Austin she had been off medication and her viral load increased to 3,990, putting her at risk for opportunistic infection. ASA staff jumped into action to support Ana, connecting her with one of ASA’s bilingual Case Managers, helping her immediately access HIV medications through pharmaceutical assistance, and initiating primary care at ASA’s Moody Medical Clinic. Ana had also received a diabetes diagnoses, so staff helped her enroll in ASA’s Helping
Hands Food Bank and Medical Nutrition Therapy services. Ana now receives fresh, quality groceries twice a month and nutritional intervention, counseling, and education regarding her diabetes diagnosis. While Ana’s first months in Austin had been exceptionally stressful and emotional as she grappled with medical and financial instability, ASA’s integrated, wrap-around services connected her to every possible service she needed to ensure a patient-centered environment where she could regain control of her health. Because ASA’s staff, programs, and services are working together with and for Ana, barriers she would otherwise face will not jeopardize her ability to access quality food and life-saving care and medications.
HELPING HANDS FOOD BANK
THE HELPING HANDS FOOD BANK HAS INTEGRATED WITH THE HEALTH PROMOTION LOCATION ON SPRINGDALE, WHICH ALLOWS CLIENTS ANOTHER OPTION OF PICKING UP THEIR FRESH GROCERIES SHOULD TRANSPORTATION BE A BARRIER TO THEM ACCESSING OUR CAMERON ROAD LOCATION.
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Our volunteers are the life source to much of what we do at AIDS Special thanks to the following corporate groups who made Services of Austin. In 2018, we had over 400 volunteers who especially outstanding volunteer contributions to ASA in 2018 donated 4,961 hours of service towards our programs and including: services. Each year we recognize outstanding volunteer service •Athena Health across each department at our volunteer appreciation party. We •Levi’s are so very thankful for all our volunteers, and especially for the •MAC Cosmetics following 2018 Volunteers of the Year: •Velocity Credit Union •Wells Fargo •Austin Prime Timers, Volunteer (Group) of the Year We could not build healthier futures for Central Texans and •Michael Helferich, Jack Sansing Dental Clinic provide life-saving programs and services without all your •Terry Neal, Helping Hands Food Bank support. Thank you from the entire ASA family! •Scott Simmons, Helping Hands Food Bank •Javonte Johnson, Health Promotion Department •Juan Martinez, The Q Austin •Datrien Williams, Women Rising Project •Brian Pettey, Moody Medical Clinic •Jen Moreno, Development
Great parties for a great cause. That was Lew’s goal when he co-founded the Octopus Club in 1989. From Octotea to Art Erotica, Lew and the Octopus Club have brought that goal to life. For the last 29 years, Lew Aldridge has been a dedicated champion for Central Texans impacted by HIV, serving as a volunteer, advocate, and fundraising visionary. His vision has helped raise over $2.6 million in support for ASA’s Paul Kirby Emergency Relief Fund, ensuring that those battling HIV and AIDS have their most basic needs met so they could concentrate on reclaiming their health. Thanks to Lew and the volunteers of the Octopus Club, ASA has been able to provide thousands of clients with medications, rent and utility assistance, insurance assistance, eyes glasses and food. “Being a part of this miracle has been the deepest reward and highest honor of my life.” -Lew Aldridge
Lew’s support has allowed ASA to do more with less by directing other financial support to things such as the Jack Sansing Dental Clinic, Helping Hands Food Bank, direct client support services, the Capital Area AIDS Legal Project, and prevention services such as testing, counseling, outreach, and education.
$2,600,000 LIFETIME FUNDS RAISED BY OCTOPUS CLUB
THE CAPITAL AREA AIDS LEGAL PROJECT (CAALP) ASSISTED 134 CLIENTS IN 2018 WITH VOLUNTEER LEGAL ADVICE, ESTATE PLANNING, NAME AND GENDER MARKER CHANGES, ATTORNEY REFERRALS, AND MORE!
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We are so very grateful for all the community support we saw in 2018, which was a huge year for events! Austin declared itself a Fast-Track City with the signing of the Paris Declaration by Mayor Steve Adler and Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt.
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Celebrities Pam Grier and Mondo Guerra came to Austin to join ASA for Dining Out For Life. Collaborating with Fabi + Rosi’s Executive Chef, Wolfgang Murber, they taught a cooking class for ASA’s Women Rising Project participants in our Helping Hands Food Bank. Restaurants and community members dined out to support the programs and services of ASA, raising $59,516!
AIDS Walk Austin celebrated its 31st year and gave community members the opportunity to publicly remember those lost to HIV, while celebrating long-term survivors and advances in medicine, such as PrEP/PEP. AIDS Walk Austin raised $183,127 in support of ASA and 9 other beneficiary agencies providing HIV and AIDS related care and services in Central Texas. Special Thanks to the Top AIDS Walk 2018 Teams:
ASA CEO Paul E. Scott presented ASA’s vision for our Moody Medical Clinic and Getting to Zero at Philanthropitch, winning $27,950 in community support from attendees, judges’ panel, and the St. David’s Foundation. 201
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Austin Prime Timers, $14,276 ASA Troops, $6,581 Team SXSW, $5,173 Team Facebook, $4,460 ABGB – Hell Yes Project, $4,455 Yoga Goats of Austin, $4,186 The Wheelie Nelsons, $3,840 Rainbows and Unicorns, $2,891 Ellie’s Uncle Donald, $2,800 Team Waterloo, $2,510
Special Thanks to the Top AIDS Walk 2018 Individual Fundraisers: Damon Howze, $2,295 Clenn Crawford, $1,550 Michael O’Malley, $1,300 Craig Cobb, $1,125 Dana Johnson, $1,100 ASA’s 2018 Hill Country Ride for AIDS had a record year as The Wheelie Nelsons got on the road and raised $65,000, the highest amount that ASA’s team has ever raised for the Ride with co-captains Jen Moreno and Lane Strickland. ASA’s total distribution amount received from the Hill Country Ride for AIDS in 2018 was $142,595! ASA’s 2018 Building Healthy Futures Luncheon raised $95,884. Special thanks to our co-chairs Hannah Peters and Dan Allen, and all of our Table Captains. Art Erotica 2018 raised $124,500! Special thanks to the Octopus Club for ensuring the success of Austin’s sexiest art show and supporting our Paul Kirby Emergency Relief Fund, which provides critical support for our clients going through emergency situations.
Lew Aldridge** Alori Properties Austin Community Foundation Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, Inc. CBS Austin Bill R. Dickson** Donald D. Hammill Foundation HEB Richard C. Hartgrove & Gary Cooper** Hill Country Ride For AIDS Janssen Products, LP Dr. Noel Landuyt & Gary Schumann* Jim A. Lommori* Lee Manford & Casey Blass** Maxwell, Locke, and Ritter, LLP Network For Good Notley Foundation St. David's Community Health Foundation The M.A.C. AIDS Fund The Moody Foundation of Galveston
THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUALS AND COMMUNITY PARTNERS FOR INVESTING IN THE VISION OF ZERO NEW HIV TRANSMISSIONS IN CENTRAL TEXAS. TOGETHER, WE ARE BUILDING HEALTHY FUTURES FOR THOSE AFFECTED BY HIV AND THEIR FAMILIES.
*individual giving at our Star Partner level or above **individual giving at Patronâ€™s Circle level or above
Dan Allen & Jory Edmunds* Athena Health Austin Regional Clinic Avita Drugs, LLC Baylor, Scott & White Mr. Raymond L. Beaumont* Russell Bridges & Ralph Salinas* Anonymous* James Carlisle* Charles Maund Toyota William E. Coll* Nicole Conger* CVS Corporation Lynne Dobson* Michael J. Donnelly & Gary Olney* Facebook Fifteen Minutes Inc. Frank J. Garrahan, III* Gilead Sciences Jeremy Guiberteau and Dan Jackson* Terrance Hines & Jarrett Urban* IBM Employee Services Center Independent Charities of America Interactive Life Forms* Johnson & Johnson Justine's Laura and Bob Higley Foundation Local Independent Charities Of Texas Dr. Donald E. Lovering* Michael L. Magee* Mandarin Design Lab Maudie's Tex-Mex
Tom Mays & Orlando Zayas* Ann N. McGinley* David Dison Miller* Dr. Kristin E. Mondy & Mohan Balachandran* Daniel C. Montoya* Moonshine Patio Bar & Grill Network For Good Nordstrom PhRMA Jim Pitts Kirk A. Rice** Ride Share Austin Patrick Roth & Wade Holmes* Amy & Kirk Rudy* Anna Marie Sanchez & Katrina Pruitt* Jody J. Scheske* Schwab Charitable Giving Jane Schweppe Paul E. Scott and Scott Simons* Stephen Skaggs & Jay Klein* Piper Stege Nelson and Drew Nelson* Fred Sultan & Don Meek* Mary Herr Tally & Rusty Tally* Texas Gas Services The Benevity Community Impact Fund Truist Velocity Credit Union VIA 313 Pizza Restaurant Vintage IT Services Walgreens Kirby Watson* Wells Fargo Foundation Dr. David P. & Sheri Wright* Dell
38th Street Pharmacy ABGB Co. LLC Accruent Carol Smith Adams & Chris Adams* Zachary Alberts Albertsons Safeway Alcomar Mariscos y Mas Jason Aldridge Amazon Smile Amy's Ice Creams, Inc Wendy Anderson-Orms Applied Matierials Jim Arth* ASTI Trattoria Austin Bar Association AT&T Bill Avera* Clayton Aynesworth Mike Baker Greg Barbutti Steve E. Barrera Karen J Bartoletti Patrick Bauman* Ms. Becky Beaver, Atty. Michael Bennett Judith Berkowitz Jay T. Billig & Chris Seals* Mary Michele Bivins Vicki Blachman Ross Blagg Russell Boyd Brick Oven Restaurant - Downtown Keith Brown Brendan Bujold Dan Bullock Heidi Burns* Kent Burress
Jeremy Capello* CapMetro Paul Carter Castle Hill Investments Ms. Faye Chandler* Rhonda Chapman* Tamara K. Chauncey Emmer & Rye Michelle Cheng Cherrywood Coffeehouse Tana & Joe Christie** Donna Clay* Craig Cobb* Alex Cohen Billy D. Collins, Jr. Owen L. Connelly Continental General Agency, Inc. Mr. Eric Copper Michael Crumrine Charles L. Curry* Bob Dailey** Beverly Dale* Steve J. Davis* Brendan & Veronica Day* Henry DeAngelis, Jr.* Chad Denman Mr. Alexander Devine Malisa L. DiGiacomo* Elizabeth Douglass Alcocer Douglas Duke Adam Dunn Dr. Kenneth Dunn* Joshua Dziabiak Andrew Echols John J Egan El Alma
Electronic Arts George T Elliman Elliot Naishtat Campaign Mark Erwin Amy Evors Leslie Fears-BollierCafe y Cantina FetchMD Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Fifth Generation, Inc. Stephen J. Fleckenstein* Steve Flores & David Thibodeaux* Mr. Steven H. Frantz Bradley G. Frey* Frontier Airlines Garbo's Fresh Maine Lobster Frank J. Garrahan, III* Mr. Bill Garza Kirk Garza Mark German Cecil R Gibson Wade Giles ViiV Healthcare Jeffrey God* James Goral* Ms. Jennifer Graf Grant Works, Inc. Dara J. Gray* Deborah Green* Diane Y. Greene Christi M. Greene Sam Griswold Mark Guerrero* Gusto Italian Kitchen + Wine Bar Charlotte Hale Sue Hammer* Greg Hand and Rory Reich Casey Haney
Dr. Michael T. Harper & Jed Duhon* Betsy Harrod Gregory Hawkins Kevin Haynes Jeff Henderson Ana and Andres Herrera* Kathleen Marie Higgins Mr. Garrett C. Higley* Ryan & David Hill* Curtis & Judy Hitt* Carol Hogsett Bryan Horne* Hotel Vegas Nikki Hudman Dan Huffine* R. Gordon Huth* Hyde Park Westgate I Live Here I Give Here Anthony Incalcatera* Edward Ishmael Kermit Johns* Edwin Johnson and Kip Dollar* Maxx Judd JuiceLand Amy Kane Sirus Karimi Chancy Kennedy Karen Kerkering Brian Kieley* Dr. Ervin Knezek Sussann Kotara Steven Krueger Sara Krueger Mr. Anthony S. Kulikowski Kung Fu Saloon Ms. Carole H. Lake Richard Leczynski
Dr. Larry J. Lee Jim Leftwich Javier Lemus Levi Strauss & Co. Tobin Levy Wayne Liebl* Bernie J. Lofaso, Jr.* Christopher B. Long & David C. Smith* Sylvia J. Lopez* Vanessa & Matt Luckie Rick Luisi & Erik Wilson Michael L. Magee* Duane Mailman & Frank Rusconi* Michelle R. and Keith D. Maples Andrew Martin & Lev Baesh Peter Flagg Maxson* Michael Mayer* Brian McCall Ann N. McGinley* Melanie McLeroy Stacey L McTaggart John L. Melanson Meyer Levy Charitable Trust Midtown Office of Independence Title Andy Miller & Brian Stephens* David Dison Miller* Michael W. Mitchell Montucky Cold Snacks Ross R. Moody** Mike Morris Meeta Awasthi Morrison* Jim Murphy National Instuments Larry Dwain Neal Terry M. Neal* Rick Nelson
Elizabeth Nelson Eric Nelson Nickel City Bar Mr. & Mrs. William and Bettye Nowlin Jr. Leath Nunn Carolyn C. Osborn Paramount & State Theatre Michelle Patterson Anneliese Pickard Jan Pickle Joe Pinnelli Marilyn K. Polston* Walter Pophin* Forrest Preece & Linda Ball* Presidio Group Realtors Jean R. Presnal Michael Pressler Progressive Casualty Insurance Co. Project Transitions, Inc. Prosperity Bank Holly Pulido Quick Print Mr. Richard & Darlene Quinn Victor Ramirez & Scott Zdunkawicz RBC Capital Markets, LLC Michael Reardon Mr. Ernest J. Reyes Lisa Richardson Mr. James Rock Roppolo's Pizzeria Gregg Rossi Patrick Roth and Wade Holmes Michelle Rovner Francis Rusconi Salesforce Joe P. Sanchez, Jr. Shelly Sanford
Sarah Saxon Chris Schultz Curt Schwake* Charles L Scott* Eugene Sepulveda & Steven Tomlinson* Carolyn Seriff Shake Well Creative Justin B. & Amy Siegel* Damien Silva Ms. Stephanie Simpson Bryce Slate Ted L. Smith* Matt Smith & Jason Berkowitz* Mr. L. G. Skip Smith Leeann Sparks Joah Spearman* Rebecca Springer Andrea St Leger Anne Marie & James St. Clair Francesco Stafini Thomas and Suzanne Stege Stephen F's Carl W Stuart Sue Patrick SXSW Taurus Academy Tom Terkel Texas Health Action The United Court of Austin John M. Thomason Three's Co. LLC Ms. Nelda A. Trevino Truist United Way for Greater Austin University of Texas at Austin
VISA Rick Wadley* James R Wadley Kelly Walker Martha Sue Wallace Barry C. Waller* Timothy P. Wei Bert K. Wenker, Jr.* Kelly White Aisha White, M.D.* Whole Foods Market Becky L. Willard* Jay K. Willems Jaron Winston Kevin D. Witcher & Rick Oâ€™Donnell* Eva and Marvin Womack Megan Woodburn Herb Wright* Wu Chow Edward Yarbrough Lynn Yeldell Dr. Stanford Young Tim E. Young Yuyo Ben Zimm Janna Zumbrun**
to our major supporters for Building Healthy Futures for Central Texas
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